TNS-125560 TNS:Protocole Adapter error
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    TNS-125560 TNS:Protocole Adapter error

    hi oracle gurues
    when i wrote svrmgrl in run (win xp) it returned the following error
    "TNS-125560 TNS:Protocole Adapter error" with svrmgrl> prompt

    i checked tnsfile it was ok . then i check listner by on status comment , it returned
    --
    TNS-12541-No lostner
    TNS-125560 TNS:Protocole Adapter error
    TNS-00511 no listner
    The listner suppotrs no services
    --
    when i executed start command it returned " listner already running
    the i gave up


    my server is out of order
    plz give me cause and solution.
    waitng thanks is advance

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    is your database service running

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk
    is your database service running

    -----------------yes the services of my database are running

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    yes services r running

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    If you issue 'net start' at a command prompt, does it show your OracleService<dbname> in the listing?

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    yes it show oracle service started

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    The listner suppotrs no services
    Would you please post your listener.ora
    "The power of instruction is seldom of much efficacy except in those happy dispositions where it is almost superfluous" - Gibbon, quoted by R.P.Feynman

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    Check whether you have a tnsname configurated. First test do tnsping in order to confirm it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vision
    Check whether you have a tnsname configurated. First test do tnsping in order to confirm it.
    thats not going to prove anything or even help, the listener doesnt support any services!

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