Mining listener

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Apr 11, 2012 · Update - 02-MAY-2012 I have had cause to use this script again at work so thought I'd develop it further. This post has been updated to reflect the new. Mining listener logs. Hi all. 11.2.0.3.11. AIX6. Is there a views v $ than the customers login to our database of mines prod? Or maybe a view v$ which maps the. Mining Listener. a guest Sep 11th, 2017 158 Never Not a member of Pastebin yet? Sign Up, it unlocks many cool features! raw download clone.
This article is based on my independent research into the composition of the listener log, and not from extracts from any other source, including Oracle manuals. May 19, 2010 · Mining Listener Logs When is the last time you looked at the listener logs? Perhaps never. Not a very good idea. Listener logs contain a wealth of. Apr 11, 2012 · Update - 02-MAY-2012 I have had cause to use this script again at work so thought I'd develop it further. This post has been updated to reflect the new. Mining listener logs. Hi all. 11.2.0.3.11. AIX6. Is there a views v $ than the customers login to our database of mines prod? Or maybe a view v$ which maps the. Mining Listener. a guest Sep 11th, 2017 158 Never Not a member of Pastebin yet? Sign Up, it unlocks many cool features! raw download clone.
  • Listener log problem

    Hello

    As the listener.log file grows, mining listener, the DBA will want to remove or rename this log file.

    Dear user1175505,

    You can either save the listener.log old and fat, or you can simply remove everything! :)

    However, if you change the name of it and create a new listener.log file, you need to show it to the Oracle if not that Oracle will start in this new log file not writing.

    Here's an illustration for you;

    Hope that helps.

    Ogan

  • tfactl analyze the Listener.log file?

    Hello

    We have the tfactl installed in the release: 12.1.2.1.1.

    The tfactl analyzes the listener.log in a CCR environment?

    I start a tfactl analyse - search ' / service_update/c "-from 2d-comp all but the tfactl is not a result.

    I am sure that he has "service_update" messages in the listener.log file.

    concerning

    Hello

    After the documentation review and do a few tests so I found the following:

    Check which directories are "monitored" using the command:

    tfactl printed directories

    Here, you have found also the TNS log files or structure.

    If a special directory is not a party, then add the directory with the following command:

    tfactl directory add

  • Purge listener.log

    Hello

    We use oracle 10 g 2 in the aix system. My listener.log file grows continually and I want to rename the listener.old log file and create a new listener.log empty. I found a method on the internet that seems to be good.

    lsnrctl % left log_status
    % mv listener.log listener.old
    lsnrctl set log_status % on

    I have a question on that. The last line will create a new listener.log file and new logs is written in that? So hot now I create a listener.log file and make sure the newspapers here.

    Thank you

    Hello

    You can rename the listener log file by following the steps you mentioned in your first post on this thread.

    Here is an example for you.

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  • listener very slow when listener.log file reach the size 4G

    client cannot connect to the instance, mining listener, and has an error:
    ----------------------------------------------
    AMT-12560: TNS: Protocol adapter error
    AMT-00530: Protocol adapter error
    Windows 64-bit error: 53: unknown error
    TNS-12518: TNS: listener could not hand off client connection
    AMT-12571: TNS: packet writer failure
    AMT-12560: TNS: Protocol adapter error
    AMT-00530: Protocol adapter error
    Windows 64-bit error: 54: unknown error

    I restart the receiver, but it is very slow to boot completely.
    I found that the listener.log file is size 4G, mining listener, when I delete this file and restart receiver, the listener is normal.

    If the log file has a 4G limited by oracle?

    Version:
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    Oracle Database 11 g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.1.0 mining listener 64 bit Production
    PL/SQL Release 11.2.0.1.0 - Production
    CORE 11.2.0.1.0 Production
    AMT for 64-bit Windows: Version 11.2.0.1.0 - Production
    NLSRTL Version 11.2.0.1.0 - Production

    Bug 9497965 - Win: listener startup fails Due to listener.log size is greater than 4 GB [9497965.8 ID]

    better in time you should clear the logs and keep it less than 4 GB.

    Thank you
    Christian Christmas Pal Singh

  • Listener.log

    Hello
    I noticed that listener.log 11g is already in xml format. How to open as a file formatted?

    I can see who is also records any link made by customers.

    Does include the boot errors? like for example, you can not start the listener? for troubleshooting of suspicion?

    Thank you

    Published by: 843228 on April 25, 2011 03:58

    Since your listener 11g, LISTENER_11G2 is set in the port of 1923, you all it explicitly every time. Data mining apriori default the lsnrctl controls the default listener that is configured in the port 1521.

  • Listener.log to CCR 11202

    Hello
    I installed RAC on linux redhat 5.5 11202.
    Currently the listener.log lokks like follows:
    I would add LOG_DIRECTORY and LOG_FILE in the listener.ora file.

    Please advice where and how to add them.

    Thank you

    Hello

    I installed RAC on linux redhat 5.5 11202.
    .
    LOG_DIRECTORY and LOG_FILE

    As you are in Oracle * 11.2*, you can have the ADR (automatic diagnostic repository) enabled.

    If this is the case, you don't have to adjust these settings.

    The listener "logs" are normally in * $ORACLE_BASE/diag/tnslsnr /

  • narrowing of my listener.log

    Please could you help?

    I have the following piece of code in a mining listener that shrinks my listener.ora, could you tell me what it is doing? Please expain line-by-line:

    Cat < < EndOfText > listidy.ex
    the value of ic
    1
    /Production. * ' date \+\%b.
    1-1 d
    w!
    q
    EndOfText
    ex s listener.log < listidy.ex

    Thank you.

    /Production. what mining of science ' date \+\%b.

    Go to the line that contains the word "production" attached to something (. *) and the date (actually the current month).

    1-1 d

    Delete all the 1st line mining listener the file up to the row above the current posistion.

    Nicolas.

  • Need to create a new listener log file 9i

    Hi, I have a problem with an Oracle 9i server.

    First the listener.log file is not good on a server of 25G 1.2 G.
    How to create and delete the file from the listener? Windows 2000 operating system.

    Secondly, I also have a problem with the mining listener of archive log. I have about 150 file 102M each. Even once is not good.

    Need HELP to drown in a sea of oracle. Given the Shrink command.

    At least the listener issue first and then the problem of mining listener journal archive.

    Thank you.

    Or you can just

    Then delete the file log listener then again start the logging.

  • AMT-12505 in listener.log opening SqlDeveloper 2.1 (maybe a bug?)

    Litecoin mining softwares I have a strange problem:
    1 download sqldevloper
    2 create a connection by using the connection type is TNS. Select an entry in my tnsnames.ora to connect to a distance X (service_name specified) on the server Y, mining listener. The first strange thing is that all the entries in the tnsnames file appears two times.
    3 if I test the connection, it works.
    4 close sqldeveloper
    5 when I opened sqldeveloper (just open the program without connecting to anything) I get no errors, but I mining in cuba in my listener.log (Server Y):

    DIC / 04/2009 11:39:31 * (CONNECT_DATA = (SID = null) (CID = (PROGRAM =) (HOST = __jdbc__)(USER=null))) * (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL mining listener tcp (PORT = 2285))(HOST=192.168.8.105)) * establish * zero * 12505
    AMT-12505: TNS: listener non ha solved SID when nel descrittore di hotel

    192.168.8.105 is my ip address

    I do not understand why it uses SID = instead of = SERVICE_NAME

    If I place the cursor of the mouse on the connection icon (without clicking) I see an error TNS-1252 with the desripter connection: Y, 1521, NULL (I think this null value causes all these problems).
    Why? When opens in sqldeveloper, it try to test the connection?
    Even if it's like that the connection will work: if I try to connect whit has respect, everything works fine.

    Am I doing something worng? Mining listener is a bug?
    With SqlDeveloper 1.5, everything works fine. Everything is the same, so I guess it's a problem of the new version (2.1).

    Oracle of Oracle 10.2 client, mining listener, SqlDeveloper, Version 2.1.0.63, Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3

    Hope someone can help me, if something is not clear I can post more details (just tell me what you need).
    Thank you, best regards better.
    Adriano Aristarco

    Hi Adriano.

    I can reproduce this problem.
    I log a bug - looks that Service name is not used by this 'Ping' feature and only use sid.

    Connected
    Bug 9186667 - RC1:TNSPING IS coded HARD FOR SID is USED NOT the NAME of SERVCE

    -Turloch

  • 11g listener log location

    Database has been improved from 9.2, mining listener. 11g and 11 g new listener.ora files have these 2 entries:

    LOG_DIRECTORY_csct = $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/log
    TRACE_DIRECTORY_csct = $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/trace

    However, it seems that listener logs written in these 2 directories

    $ORACLE_BASE/diag/tnslsnr/servername/DB_NAME/path
    $ORACLE_BASE/diag/tnslsnr/servername/DB_NAME/alert

    Why this is happening and how I can change back.

    Thank you.

    You change comes back with:

    1, mining listener. in listener.ora

    2. stop and restart the receiver.

  • Advice on best practices for managing analysis listener mining listener and logs of the list

    Hi friends,

    I just started a job as a dba CARS for some big 24 * 7 systems administrator, I've never worked with RAC and clusterware.

    2 space issues

    (1) very large listener_scan2.log in the folder /u01/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/ < servername >/listener_scan2/trace
    (2) bunch of files log_nnn.xml /u01/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/ < servername >/listener_scan2/alert folder (4 GB out of stock)

    Welcome advice on how best to manage these short-term (i.e. remove manually) and mining listener practice and the safest way (adri maybe not sure how it works with listeners to scan)

    Welcome advice and commands that could be used in these cleaning and a robust mechanism in place for the management of the log file in RAC and CLusterware systems safely.


    Finally should I check the log files in /u01/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/ < servername >/listener_scan2/alert regulalrly?
    My experience with newspapers in the listener, mining listener, is that they are only considered when there are major problems of connectivity and overall are ignored.

    Thanks for your help,
    Cheers, Rob

    Have you had problems in need for the purpose of investigation? If this is not the case, just remove them. Are the logs required for some sort of verification process? If so, mining listener, gzip to a place where you can use your operating system from tape backup strategies to preserve their n-days, mining listener. Once you delete a file active, he must recreate the file and continue without interruption.

  • listener.log location in windows?

    Hi all

    I'm starting a listener 11g using the services start.
    But the service will not start. Where can I check the listener startup log?

    I checked at c:\oracle\product\11.2.0\db_1\NETWORK\log

    But there is nothing there.


    Thank you

    Here's your merged listener.ora.

    It registers itself as D:\oracle\product\11.2.0\db_1\network\admin\listener.ora

    You must stop the other listeners and restart this listener.

  • Question mining listener the use of control Grid to sweep the listener mining in yellowknife We have recently implemented the Grid control and use version 10.2.0.5 to control several 10.2.0.4 databases and 10.2.0.3 on AIX servers. The grid control server running AIX also (5.3 NT12).

    I was able to set up the monitor to ORA-errors in the alert log, but I don't see anything obvious that will allow me to monitor/analyze the log of the earphone for TNS-errors.

    Can someone help me with this? This feature is available in the Grid control, mining listener, or do I need to create a custom script and run as a user-defined measure?

    Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

    Hello

    "You can use metric host - number of lines corresponding journal template file" for this.

    Thank you

  • Is it safe compress the listener during execution of system logs?

    Hello

    I am new to CARS and work on 24 * 7 databases in a RAC CLuster.

    There is a very large listener_scan2.log in the /u01/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/ < servername >/listener_scan2/trace file, the file is about 2.8 G.

    I did some research and saw that compress f was recommended via crontab, this has the advantage of being something that can be automated and run monthly

    for example

    # listener log aging
    17 0 * 0/usr/bin/compress f /u01/app/grid/diag/tnslsnr/node1/listener/trace/listener.log
    17 0 * 0/usr/bin/compress f /u01/app/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/node1/listener_scan1/trace/*log
    17 0 * 0/usr/bin/compress f /u01/app/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/node1/listener_scan2/trace/*log
    17 0 * 0/usr/bin/compress f /u01/app/11.2.0/grid/log/diag/tnslsnr/node1/listener_scan3/trace/*log


    Is it safe run these while the system and the listener are rising and running, the listener will create a new listener.log file if one is compressed, even if the listener is not restarted.

    Other articles suggest using lsnrctl and change mining listener location of the listener newspapers and then rename/compress/remove the old log file, then set the location of the back log iron mountain mining even once.
    Anyone used this in a Production System?

    I look forward to your comments.

    Thank you very much
    Rob

    http://danthedba.blogspot.in/2009/11/manage-listener-log-files-in-11g.html
    http://msutic.blogspot.in/2009/06/truncating-rotating-flushing.html
    https://kkempf.WordPress.com/2011/06/10/rotating-listener-logs-without-bouncing-the-listener/

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    Update – 02-MAY-2012
    I have had cause to use this script again at work so thought I’d develop it further. This post has been updated to reflect the new version.

    Recently at work I was engaged by one of our application support teams because of application calls failing with “ORA-00020: maximum number of processes (300) exceeded”. We quickly identified that these errors were the symptom of another problem and not a concern in themselves, the real issue was slow database calls due to an infrastructure issue. The ORA-00020 errors were because the application was spawning new connections to try to work around the slow connections. Now I don’t know much about application servers but I know this is not uncommon. The application team however could not find any indication of this in their logs so it was up to me to prove it.

    As far as I am aware there are 2 options for retrospectively proving this at a granular level (please share any other options I’ve missed):

    1) Query the database audit trail – DBA_AUDIT_SESSION
    2) Mine the listener log

    On this database no auditing was enabled so I was left with the listener log as my data source.

    I knocked up a quick KSH/AWK script to get my data and then massaged it via various means. The output was quite pleasing so over the recent long UK Easter holiday I Googled some Perl commands and had some fun with it, this post is to share the script and an example chart from Microsoft Excel based on the incident I described above.

    The script can be downloaded from – llog-miner.pl

    Below is an example of how to call the script – it works on *nix and Windows. The “-f” parameter is used to filter log entries on the date, this example is matching any minute between “11:00” and “12:59”. I’ve included a full usage map further down this post.

    C:\>perl llog-miner.pl -excel -f "04-APR-2012 1[12]" listener.log > llog.csv

    This is the chart showing the logon spike – click to enlarge. You can see the connection spike at 12:56 of over 250 connection attempts.

    The script allows a few other options such as allowing listener logs to be “piped” into the script to allow multiple files to be processed in one command. Usage notes below.

    C:\>perl llog-miner.pl -help Usage: llog-miner.pl [-help] [-filter ] [-[no]excel] [-[no]host] : -excel|noexcel : Output dates in Excel friendly format (default is noexcel) : -help : Print this help : -host|nohost : Include host on program (default is to include) : -filter : A regexp to match beginning of log line. e.g. "23-DEC-2012 0[12]" or "..-MAR-2013" : listener_log_path|- : Input either a valid listener log name or "-" to read STDIN Examples: # Process listener.log looking for entries on the 21st and 22nd of Sept and format dates for Excel C:\>perl llog-miner.pl -filter "2[12]-SEP-2011" -excel listener.log # Process two listener log files looking for entries on Jan 3rd between 20:00 and 21:59 and exclude the hostname $ cat listener.log listener_db.log | llog-miner.pl -filter "03-JAN-2012 2[01]" -nohost -

    An improvement I may make in the future is to expand minutes where there are no connection attempts. I have drafted some code to fill in gaps but have kept it to myself for now as it’s too ugly to share (at the moment).

    I hope someone finds this useful and if not, well I found it entertaining if nothing else 🙂

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