Process Manager service won’t start

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Application Server
JD Edwards (JDE)
Oracle error messages
Process Manager
We are getting the error message "Could not start the Oracleoracleas1ProcessMananger service on Local Computer. Error 1053:The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion." Anyone ever got this error? A possibility is that one or more files in the ORAHOME folder have become do we recover from this?

Software/Hardware used:
JD Edwards Enterprise One 8.11 SP1 on tools release B

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I have seen this before and it’s was due to one of the oracle services being set to start or automatic instead of manual. Oracles process manager controls the starts and though it seems weird that one being set to automatic would make it load before process manager and prevent it from happening it did. I will look for my paperwork on this but I can’t promise I’ll find it due to it occurring well over a year ago. I’d recommend researching what services process manager controls and what their start up state should be.

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  • orangehat
    I'm not an opmn expert but you should check the logs at ORACLE_HOME/opmn/logs
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  • ShellyAnne
    Thanks for the response. We have checked the logs already. All it states is that the attempt to start the Process Manager timed explanation.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Log in as administrator privilege and try out this.... Stop the service from the service control manager as "OracleServiceDB01" (u can use net start and net stop command) and uninstall NT service module from control panel Log out and again log in and again try to reinstall service module.
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  • ShellyAnne
    Thank you for all the feedback folks. We have since been able to recover from this situation, by restoring the Oracle home folder from a backup prior to when this started happening...we had attempted previously to start the service manually and also from the command prompt all unsuccessfully. I think it is closely tied in to the start sequence as well...I'll do some further digging as well. Thanks again.
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