How to alter database open using srvctl command

Hi all,
I mounted my instances by using:
[oracle@rac1 ~]$ srvctl start database -d RAC -o mount
How can i open the instances by using srvctl from mounted status?
Thank you!
Dân.

Hi,
srvctl start database <dbname> -open will not issue an "alter database open", hence it will not work on a mounted instance, as you have seen. So this is expected.
In case crs did only start the database in mount mode, you either have to use sqlplus or shutdown the db beforehand:
srvctl stop database -d <dbname> -o immediate
srvctl start database -d <dbname> -o openFor the future change the behavior, how crs will start the database with srvctl modify database.
Regards
Sebastian

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