A good article on doing the almost impossible with Oracle 10g
A website that give explanation of ORA messages
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Follows this and in a couple of hours you will have a working db again
Just installed Opensolaris 2008.12 on a spare box. As part of any computer build I end up putting JDeveloper on it. Download it and double click on the jar to start the installer. One problem with the install is it can’t create the directories so when it goes to start installing you get a error. "/home/XXXXX/Oracle/Middleware has insufficient space", the fix is to create that directory before you start installing.
Cause: The listener received a request to establish a connection to a database or other service. The connect descriptor received by the listener specified a service name for a service (usually a database service) that either has not yet dynamically registered with the listener or has not been statically configured for the listener. This may be a temporary condition such as after the listener has started, but before the database instance has registered with the listener.
Action: – Wait a moment and try to connect a second time.- Check which services are currently known by the listener by executing: lsnrctl services – Check that the SERVICE_NAME parameter in the connect descriptor of the net service name used specifies a service known by the listener.- If an easy connect naming connect identifier was used, check that the service name specified is a service known by the listener.- Check for an event in the listener.log file.
One thing to try if using Oracle 10g XE in the database field use “HOST”/”SERVICE_NAME”
I beat myself for 2 weeks trying to sort that out after a upgrade from 9i
Select the “Administrative Tools” control panel. Then “Local Security Policy”. Expand “Local Policies”, select “User Rights Assignment”. Finally add the User to “Logon as a Batch Job” local security setting.
With thanks to Rachel from Oracle Support.
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