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  1. #1
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    Listener Problem: service_died * 12537

    Dear all,

    I have a instance which run as MTS mode. When i startup my instance, i can see all the dispatcher (D000) and shared server process (S000, S001...) in OS level. When i query v$dispatcher, the dispatcher return everything is normal.

    However, when i run "lsnrctl service", i can only see the DEDICATED SERVER status. My Dispatcher seems can't register to my Listener.

    When i check the listener.log, i see
    "22-JUL-2003 10:27:38 * service_died * 12537" and this error occurs once a minute !

    I think there is some problem with my Listener so that it can't recognise the Dispatcher and MTS mode can't be used.

    When i connect to my DB through SQL Plus, I can connect and everything is normal, but this connection is forced to be in "Dedicated Server" mode. The Dispatcher did not receive any request.

    What can i do now ??

    Thanks,
    Andrew

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    If i really think this is the problem of the listener. Can i use listener in another server for this instance instead ?? (i.e. can the listener and instance in different host ??)

    Thanks,
    Andrew

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    What is the Database version and OS? In the Unix systems if you don't have enough memory and semophores, the dispatchers will not register with the listeners.

    -Sam
    Thanx
    Sam



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    Re: Listener Problem: service_died * 12537

    Originally posted by andrewmak
    What can i do now ??
    Thanks,
    Andrew
    Stop using MTS.
    Amar
    "There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path."

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