listerner problem on NT
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  1. #1
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    Question

    I don't know much about NT.
    I have installed oracle server and client on NT box.
    When I am trying to connect to server I am getting "no listerner" error.
    I have checked the listerner.ora (initially listerner.ora was not there so I
    copied from another machine and modified it) and tnsnames.ora.
    How can I find out that listerner is running or not in NT?
    In unix=> ps -ef | grep -i ora
    How can I start the listerner on NT if it is not running?
    In unix=>lsnrctl start
    If listerner was not created during the installtion, do I need to re-istall it?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Controlpanel ---> services ----> see you have listener service running

    Use 'lsnrctl' alike in unix... to see the services running/ if listener service is not running in control panel services, find the one you wanted and click start.


  3. #3
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    Go to the Control panel and select the services icon. You can see those options ORAListenor and ORATnsnames Services.

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    Listener

    Hi,

    Same as Unix, In NT lsnrctl start/status/stop/reload can be done.

    With regards
    Felix
    DBA

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