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  1. #1
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    listener

    dear all:

    why my listener all always miss?
    yesterday ,I start the listener , today morining ,I cant find the listener ,why?

    please give some advice!@

    B.Regards &thanks
    joyloce

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    What OS are you using?

    You may set TRACE_LEVEL_listener_name ON in listener.ora file to check it out.
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    Check your listener.log file size. Sometimes when the size becomes larger the listener hangs and might die.

    Also see if you can find any clues in the listener.log file as well.

    Hope that helps,

    clio_usa
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    Last edited by marist89; 11-01-2002 at 11:36 AM.

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    Re: listener

    Originally posted by joyloce
    dear all:

    why my listener all always miss?
    yesterday ,I start the listener , today morining ,I cant find the listener ,why?

    please give some advice!@

    B.Regards &thanks
    joyloce
    What do you mean you can't find it?
    Did you look under you desk, or maybe in the hall. My listener is also pretty naughty...
    POST some meaningful errors.
    What error did you get??
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    Re: Re: listener

    Originally posted by Tarry
    What do you mean you can't find it?
    Did you look under you desk, or maybe in the hall. My listener is also pretty naughty...
    POST some meaningful errors.
    What error did you get??
    Tarry,

    can you keep you listener under control, it's just come in here an pinched my lunch
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    Jim,
    I apologize on his behalf, yesterday he ended up listening under some lady colleague's skirt. He's got to stay on the workstation, I'm gonna ground him..
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    dear all:
    sun solaris and oracle version 8.1.6.3

    1. if the listener.log file is great, can I delete the file?

    2.the following is the error ,how can I resolve the issue?
    04-NOV-2002 02:00:41 * (CONNECT_DATA=(CID=(PROGRAM=)(HOST=mppiss1)(USER=oracle))
    (COMMAND=stop)(ARGUMENTS=64)(SERVICE=LISTENER)(VERSION=36716544)) * stop * 0
    No longer listening on: (DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=ipc)(KEY=wxweb)))
    No longer listening on: (DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=10.38.13.251)(
    PORT=1521)))

    B.Regard & Thanks
    joyloce

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    It seems that user ORACLE on host MPPISS1 has stopped it at 2:00 AM. Is it a scheduled job? Check it out.

    You might establish a password to secure the listner using the Listner Control utility CHANGE_PASSWORD command.
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    Originally posted by Calvin_Qiu
    It seems that user ORACLE on host MPPISS1 has stopped it at 2:00 AM. Is it a scheduled job? Check it out.

    You might establish a password to secure the listner using the Listner Control utility CHANGE_PASSWORD command.
    dear Calvin_Qiu :

    I have check the scheduled job ,it isn't a scheduled job ?
    I can't find the reason now!

    Thanks
    joyloce

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    Smile

    Enable the listener tracing, start it up again, and check the trace file when stops again.

    Hope that helps,

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