Re: listener intermittently down

Ujang,

having read through the thread so far.. my wild guess is that the
following setting in your listener.ora is making CRS to think that
listner is down and it might be trying to start it

SUBSCRIBE_FOR_NODE_DOWN_EVENT_LSNR_<SID> = OFF

> The next thing you are mentioning: multiple lines with listener
> -inherit. That would indicate the cluster daemon trying to start the
> listener, because it thinks the listener is down. (provided you are
> the only one on the system, and not a colleague trying to start the
> listener because he found the listener to be not functioning too, just
> like you)
> Evidence of this event will be in the cluster log file.

> > > > have been set on listerner.ora
> > > > SUBSCRIBE_FOR_NODE_DOWN_EVENT_LSNR_HQRAC1=OFF
> > > > INBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_LSNR_HQRAC1 = 120
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