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FAILURE TO CONNECT TO ORACLE APPLICATIONS FILE SERVER

Alana DuVall
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FAILURE TO CONNECT TO ORACLE APPLICATIONS FILE SERVER

After installing an additional cpu on our hp server L class 2000, our normal Oracle applications processing cannot see the output generated through the Application File Server. The output is generated correctly and is on the database server in the proper output directory, but viewing the output or log files from Oracle concurrent request form generates an error that indicates a TNS listner is not running or a network configuration problem has occurred. What could have been reset by installing the additional cpu? We know that the listener is running. What else can we check?
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Sridhar Bhaskarla
Honored Contributor

Re: FAILURE TO CONNECT TO ORACLE APPLICATIONS FILE SERVER

CPU shouldn't cause these problems. After rebooting something might have missed like default router or the interface that might have gone down.

1) Try pinging to the system physically and also through telnet from the app systems
2) Then check the listener at what IP it is listening to
3) Do a tnsping from the client to see if you are able to get to the listener from the client.

-Sri
You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try
linuxfan
Honored Contributor

Re: FAILURE TO CONNECT TO ORACLE APPLICATIONS FILE SERVER

Hi Alana,

Adding a CPU should not have caused these errors. Is Oracle brought during system startup? You said the listener is running?

what is the status of "lsnrctl status " ?

Does "tnsping " return the status as OK?


-Ramesh
They think they know but don't. At least I know I don't know - Socrates
Alana DuVall
Occasional Visitor

Re: FAILURE TO CONNECT TO ORACLE APPLICATIONS FILE SERVER

Problem solved. Script file normally starts listener. It starts 2 listeners; 1. tst 2.APPS_tst. The command line that was typed to start the listener only start tst leaving out APPS_tst.

Thanks for the quick response.