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see ORA-12699
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RE: 10g listener strangeness

Bobak, Mark

2004-07-26

Replies:
Hmm....then I'd hope, at a minimum, the 10g listener can communicate w/
pre-10g databases?

Mark J. Bobak
Oracle DBA
ProQuest Company
Ann Arbor, MI
"Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc"


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All of the right bits are flipped. I just found out from Oracle support
that 10g requires a 10g listener. Previous versions' listeners can't
communicate with a 10g database, apparently.


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did you flip the right permission and group bits (or install the right
bits
as root, etc.)?

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I do not have 10g on Solaris, but I performed the same exact upgrade on
HP-UX 11i. No
problems with 10g listener.

The error description for TNS-1114 points to low memory condition,
though:

01114, 00000, "LSNRCTL could not perform local OS authentication with
the
listener"
// *Cause: LSNRCTL failed to obtain system resources (heap memory, or
shared
// memory) needed to perform local OS authentication with the listener.
// *Action: Make sure that system resources like shared memory and heap
memory
// are available for LSNRCTL tool to execute properly.

HTH..

Regards,

- Kirti

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>
>
>
> Anyone see this before? I'm on Solaris 2.8.
>
> Installed 10.1.0, upgraded a 9.2.0.4 database to 10.1.0, changed the
> listener.ora to reflect the upgrade, and restarted the listener from
> 9.2.0.4.
> Remote connections get ORA-12500 - TNS:listener failed to start a
dedicated
> server process. shut down the listener and restart with 10.1.0 - get
the
> following error: TNS-01114: LSNRCTL could not perform local OS
> authentication
> with the listener, but I can connect to the 10.1.0 database remotely
again.
>
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