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inetd error while starting the oracle

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unix_admin
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inetd error while starting the oracle

hi guys,

i running oracle on hp-ux 10.x

while i am starting oracle ( this is started using rc script) it is
giving the following error

inetd : instl_boot/udp:bind address already in use
inetd : instl_boot/udp: service enabled

i tried started using manual script also it gives the following error .

please throw some light on it.


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Radhakrishnan Venkatara
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Re: inetd error while starting the oracle

hi,

it looks like one of inetd service is giving problem.

may be bootp service i don't exactly.

please comment it in /etc/inetd.conf
and give
inetd -c

then again start oracle.

have a nice day

radhakrishnan
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: inetd error while starting the oracle

This error has nothing to do with oracle.

Unless of course the oracle startup script is trying to boot the machine or obtain IP information from a BIND(DNS) server across the network.

Here is some information related to the actual error.


An 11.00 doc, but it should help.


http://docs.hp.com/cgi-bin/fsearch/framedisplay?top=/hpux/onlinedocs/B2355-90147/B2355-90147_top.html&con=/hpux/onlinedocs/B2355-90147/00/00/11-con.html&toc=/hpux/onlinedocs/B2355-90147/00/00/11-toc.html&searchterms=inetd&queryid=20030520-224258

Hope it helps.

It would be useful to know what version of BIND you are using.

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