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  1. #1
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    Kill listener process

    Hi,
    I want to kill the listener process, as i am not able to stop it.
    When i do netstat i get follwoing info.

    netstat -a| grep 1522

    tcp 0 0 *:1522 *:* LISTEN


    How to get the OS process ID, so that i can kill using Kill -9 command
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    ps -efw | grep tns - you can also get the process id from netstat

    or lsnrctl stop - why doesnt that work

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    lsnrctl stop - does work.

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    lsnrctl stop - does work.

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    wel since you are not the OP how do you know it does work for him?

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    It worked for me davey ...

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    well you arent the op are you!!!!!

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    I am pretty sure bang_dba does know how to stop a listener, if he wants to kill the process then he must have already tried to stopped the listener using lsnrctl

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    Davey,

    I amn't op. I am a starter.

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    stop replying to this thread - you obviously have no idea whats going on. You arent the person who made this thread therefore you have no idea what is wrong and why it doesnt work for him. Saying 'it works for me' is the most pointless unhelpful repsonse ever

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