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Oracle 10G No Listener Problem in Linux when machine gets restarted [message #138814] Sat, 24 September 2005 00:57 Go to next message
r_krishnan
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Registered: March 2005
Junior Member
Dear All,

I have installed oracle10g in Linux machine and created a database. When I try to connect the database it shows “No Listener” Error message so that I have configured database with listener using Net Manager and Net Configuration Assistant. Therefore database is connected successfully. When I have restarted the database server machine, and try to connect the database it shows “No Listener” Error message again. I don’t know why? Help regarding this will be highly appreciated.

FYI: I have created the database as “Dedicated Server mode”.

Thanks in advance
Krishnan
Re: Oracle 10G No Listener Problem in Linux when machine gets restarted [message #138966 is a reply to message #138814] Mon, 26 September 2005 01:33 Go to previous message
tarundua
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Registered: June 2005
Location: India
Senior Member

Check the status of the listener , i hope it is down.

  $lsnrctl status 


This command should display , no listener in your case. Use the following command to start the listener

 $lsnrctl start 


But to overcome the burden of starting it everytime you restart your server , make an entry in the startup file for it.

You can get it in the installation docs.

regards,
tarun



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