OID Process Cleanup

1. Verify that there are no OID processes running

ps -ef | grep -i oidmon
ps -ef | grep -i oidldapd
ps -ef | grep -i oidrepld

2. Execute next commands in the OID database

SQL> create table ods.ods_process_status_backup as select * from ods.ods_process_status;
SQL> delete ods.ods_process_status;
SQL> commit;

SQL> create table ods.ods_guardian_backup as select * from ods.ods_guardian;
SQL> delete ods.ods_guardian;
SQL> commit;

SQL> create table ods.ods_shm_backup as select * from ods.ods_shm;
SQL> delete ods.ods_shm;
SQL> commit;

3. Try to start again the OID instance

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