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  1. #1
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    Question

    I am curious!
    The situation is ----

    I didn't stop the listner process before the machine was booted.
    I shut the database down.
    After machine is up, if I want to re-start listener processes, which one is right? START or RELOAD.
    What if i use reload instead of using start?


  2. #2
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    "lsnrctl start" starts the listener process.

    "lsnrctl reload" only reloads the configuration of the listener. If you issue a "lsnrctl reload" when the listener is down, it will give you errors.

  3. #3
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    If the machine is down, the listner process is down too? even thouth I don't stop the process?
    That is not what I am not sure?

  4. #4
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    When you shut the machine down, the listener process will abort... it doesn't matter since you said you shut the database down first anyway.

    When you start the machine up, unless you've included some automatic listener start on your machine, the listener won't be running.

    So just start the listener using:

    lsnrctl start

    Terry

  5. #5
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    Clear !!
    Thank you for your help. have a nice day.

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