tnsping problem 
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 tnsping problem

If Oracle is relinked some existing executables are renamed into
<executable>o. Apparently that happens to tnsping too.
This means something must have gone astray during a relink operation. If all
is well you should be able to find a .log file with reports on the last
link. If that has errors you could easily decide to rerun the corresponding
.mk file only.
Is LD_LIBRARY correctly set? It should include $ORACLE_HOME/lib

Hth,

Sybrand Bakker, Oracle DBA


Quote:
> I have a problem with Oracle client [ 8i running on a Solaris 2.7 box ]

> executing tnsping gives
> -> libclnt.so.8.0 not found permission denied
> killed

> I have checked the paths, it works for other users in the same machine but
> not that particular user, why?

> ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_BASE is correct, path is set for $ORACLE_HOME/bin
> the file is definitely there.

> if I try tnsping0, it works (BTW why tnsping0 and tnsping, what's the
diff?)

> Thanks for any advice.

> --
> Regards,
>     Joe



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 tnsping problem

Another poster had this problem as well. It turned out that tnsping was
running setuid root and a security feature in Solaris prevents shared
libraries from being used by setuid applications.

Check the permissions on the executable. If the setuid bit is enabled, turn it
off.

                                            Rick

Quote:

> I have a problem with Oracle client [ 8i running on a Solaris 2.7 box ]

> executing tnsping gives
> -> libclnt.so.8.0 not found permission denied
> killed

> I have checked the paths, it works for other users in the same machine but
> not that particular user, why?

> ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_BASE is correct, path is set for $ORACLE_HOME/bin
> the file is definitely there.

> if I try tnsping0, it works (BTW why tnsping0 and tnsping, what's the diff?)

> Thanks for any advice.

> --
> Regards,
>     Joe

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                                        Oracle Corporation

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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 tnsping problem
I have a problem with Oracle client [ 8i running on a Solaris 2.7 box ]

executing tnsping gives
-> libclnt.so.8.0 not found permission denied
killed

I have checked the paths, it works for other users in the same machine but
not that particular user, why?

ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_BASE is correct, path is set for $ORACLE_HOME/bin
the file is definitely there.

if I try tnsping0, it works (BTW why tnsping0 and tnsping, what's the diff?)

Thanks for any advice.

--
Regards,
    Joe



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 
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