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  1. #1
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    reporting NS-12564 error as ORA-12564

    Hi

    My client connection to RAC Oracle Release 10.2.0.4.0 database suddenly stopped working.

    ACPT_1 - works but not with OEM.
    ACPT_2 - does not work at all.

    Getting error ORA-12564: TNS:connection refused

    Any ideas very much appreciated
    Thanks

    ACPT_1 =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SID = ACPT)
    (INSTANCE_NAME = ACPT1)
    )
    )

    ACPT_2 =
    (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)(PORT = 1521))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
    (SERVER = DEDICATED)
    (SERVICE_NAME = ACPT)
    (INSTANCE_NAME = ACPT1)
    )
    )

    The extract from the client trace file is below
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] snsbitts_ts: acquired the bit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] snsbitts_ts: acquired the bit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsmfr: 1644 bytes at 0x513b9e8
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsmfr: 736 bytes at 0x5155cf8
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nscall: connecting...
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nladget: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nladget: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsmfr: 297 bytes at 0x5149478
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsmfr: 212 bytes at 0x514fef8
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nladtrm: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nladtrm: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: error from nscall
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: ns main err code: 12564
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: ns (2) err code: 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: nt main err code: 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: nt (2) err code: 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nioqper: nt OS err code: 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niomapnserror: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: reporting NS-12564 error as ORA-12564
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niomapnserror: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: NSG error 1153 outside of range 12500 to 12530 - reporting as internal error ORA-12160
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niqme: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niotns: Couldn't connect, returning 12564
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] niotns: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsbrfr: nsbfs at 0x51487a8, data at 0x513eef0.
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsbrfr: nsbfs at 0x5148748, data at 0x513f710.
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nsbrfr: nsbfs at 0x3def858, data at 0x513dff0.
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nigtrm: Count in the NI global area is now 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nrigbd: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nrigbd: exit
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nigtrm: Count in the NL global area is now 0
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nlse_term_audit: entry
    (5316) [000001 28-SEP-2008 09:29:04:771] nlse_term_audit: exit

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    Please upload the entire tnsnames.ora of the client machine connecting to the RAC DB and the listener.log from each of the nodes.

    Suspect there is a problem in configuring the tnsnames.ora for the client, there has to have a common service name to connect to the instances...

    Also, please provide output if SQL client is able to connect to the RAC DB.

    On the CLient:

    SQL> conn system/@

    Regards,
    Paresh

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