RE: 10.2 listener won't start on same port as 9.2 listener
- From: William B Ferguson <wbfergus@xxxxxxxx>
- To: JayMiller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 13:10:33 -0600
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Date: 09/20/2005 09:40AM
Subject: RE: 10.2 listener won't start on same port as 9.2 listener
No, the key is different. I'm using the exact same listener.ora that I
for the 10.1 instance with the exception of the different ORACLE_HOME. I
differentiate the keys by adding the instance name (e.g., KEY =
KEY = EXTPROCBBB, KEY = EXTPROCCCC).
I'll speak with the SAs about running netstat --listening tonight.
I didn't try turning off both other listeners and then restarting all
but when I refreshed from my 10.1 backup the listener started up with no
Regarding the last question, see my response to Mladen.
One additional note on something I tried after sending the email to the
list. I tried adding the 10.2 instance to one of the 9.2 listeners
(figuring I could run that way on a temporary basis) and while the
came up I was unable to connect.
This was the entry:
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = usnjc01urp004)(PORT = 1526))
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = IPC)(KEY = EXTPROCRTB))
(SID_NAME = rtbp)
(SID_NAME = mdsdb)
(SID_NAME = PLSExtProc)
(ORACLE_HOME = /oracle/rtbp/product/9.2.0)
(PROGRAM = extproc)
This was the error I got when I tried to connect through the listener:
ORA-12500: TNS:listener failed to start a dedicated server process
I'm wondering now if the fact that I have PROGRAM = extproc but KEY =
EXTPROCRTB could possibly be an issue? Something else to try once the
developers release the box to me tonight.
From: Mark Bole [mailto:makbo@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: 10.2 listener won't start on same port as 9.2 listener
Have you tried the above step first? Note that ADDRESSes are not
limited to TCP protocol. Perhaps you have a conflicting IPC key? What
are the results of the "netstat --listening" command run as root?
Break the problem down through process of elimination. Double-check
your ORACLE_HOME settings when starting each listener. Eliminate all
but one ADDRESS for each listener, and then add them back in one at a
But, as Mladen stated, there is rarely a reason to run more than one
listener per machine. Why do you need to do this?
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