While working on Oracle HTTP Server, one of the errors I encountered following while starting the instance immediately after installation.
"[alert] (22) Invalid argument : setgid : unable to set group id to Group 4294967295"
Are you in the same situation as I was?
It sounds funny, but Group directive in httpd.conf is commented by default. I don’t know why.
To fix this, all you have to do is configure Group directive in httpd.conf file of your Oracle HTTP Server instance.
- Search for Group in httpd.conf
- Uncomment Group and specify group name of User which will operate OHS
User oracle Group oinstall
Start OHS now, you shouldn’t see those error anymore.
Did it help?
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