OpenVMS 7.1 error 
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 OpenVMS 7.1 error

This is a new installation of Oracle 7.3.  plus33 works fine locally
with no host string.
when a host string is added the following error occurs:

ERROR: ORA-12500: TNS:listener failed to start a dedicated server
process

Can someone give me an example of a listener.ora for VMS using TCP/IP?

Also are there any obvious things to check on the VMS side that woud
prevent
a process from being started?



Mon, 11 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 OpenVMS 7.1 error

I remember getting this error sometimes ago, it was caused by the VMS
account used to start the listener was missing a privilege specified in
the installation guide. I was using Oracle 7.3.2.3.2 on OpenVMS 7.1
This error could also happen after a reboot, workaround is to stop and
start the listener again, I am still trying to find out why it happened
after a reboot.
Oracle provides sample listener.ora files, just remember to use port
1526 for SQL*Net version 2.


Quote:

>This is a new installation of Oracle 7.3.  plus33 works fine locally
>with no host string.
>when a host string is added the following error occurs:

>ERROR: ORA-12500: TNS:listener failed to start a dedicated server
>process

>Can someone give me an example of a listener.ora for VMS using TCP/IP?

>Also are there any obvious things to check on the VMS side that woud
>prevent
>a process from being started?



Thu, 14 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 OpenVMS 7.1 error

Quote:

> This is a new installation of Oracle 7.3.  plus33 works fine locally
> with no host string.
> when a host string is added the following error occurs:

> ERROR: ORA-12500: TNS:listener failed to start a dedicated server
> process

> Can someone give me an example of a listener.ora for VMS using TCP/IP?

> Also are there any obvious things to check on the VMS side that woud
> prevent
> a process from being started?

Also could be caused by not having edited the orasrv_netv2.com files.
You need a file for each instance.  Take a look at
oasrv_netv2_com.sample and follow the instructions.

Let me know if you still need a listener.ora file and I can send you one
that works for me on VMS 7.1 ORA 7.3.2

- Dave



Fri, 15 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 OpenVMS 7.1 error


Quote:

>I remember getting this error sometimes ago, it was caused by the VMS
>account used to start the listener was missing a privilege specified in
>the installation guide. I was using Oracle 7.3.2.3.2 on OpenVMS 7.1
>This error could also happen after a reboot, workaround is to stop and
>start the listener again, I am still trying to find out why it happened
>after a reboot.

The vast majority of after reboot problems I saw on VMS involved not having
the exact same privileges and environment as the working system.  On a system
so rarely rebooted, it's real easy to change something and not propagate it
correctly to the startup.  Especially if you are monkeying around with trying
to get some complicated apps going.  INSTALL/LIST sometimes just bewilders
people.

Quote:
>Oracle provides sample listener.ora files, just remember to use port
>1526 for SQL*Net version 2.


>>This is a new installation of Oracle 7.3.  plus33 works fine locally
>>with no host string.
>>when a host string is added the following error occurs:

>>ERROR: ORA-12500: TNS:listener failed to start a dedicated server
>>process

>>Can someone give me an example of a listener.ora for VMS using TCP/IP?

>>Also are there any obvious things to check on the VMS side that woud
>>prevent
>>a process from being started?

--
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http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/joel_garry



Mon, 18 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 
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