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    we have 2 listeners in one Nt environment. I wanted to permenantly remove the bad listener. I have disabled it but somehow based on my dba, it tends to self activate over. What would i have to do to permenantly rmove the bad listener??>? remove the entries from registries? If yes then which settings?

    thanks
    Jigs
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    Edit your listener.ora and remove the bad listener you speak of.

    $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin

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    how can i use orapwd to un-register a service/listener?
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    Originally posted by jlakhani
    how can i use orapwd to un-register a service/listener?
    No. ORAPWD creates the pasword file!


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    Hi There,
    Here are some easy steps to remove a bad Listener :

    1.edit the Listener.ora file from ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory and comment or delete the bad Listener description.
    2.click START button goto settings > control panel > services.
    this will open a window which shows all the services , now higlight the Listener service which corresponds to the bad listener, click the STARTUP button and check the disable option.

    That's it if u want to permanently remove this service u will have to delete it from registry by serching it in HK_LOCAL_MACHINE>system>currentcontrolset > services

    Hope this helps

    Salauddin

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