Re: how many listeners to run?

From: Rich Jesse <>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 14:20:43 -0600 (CST)
Message-ID: <35183.>

It depends how segregated DBs need to be for a business. For your business, it sounds like it's not needed, where all DBs under an $OH can be migrated at once or then migrated to a new $OH.

For mine, I believe it's more important. I only wish I could have been here to set up Oracle Networking before our ERP went live, because multiple $OHs will minimize the business impact of future DB upgrades and patches for us.

"It depends"! :)


> per oracle_home yes, per instance is way overkill as far as i can tell
> On 10/01/2008, Rich Jesse <> wrote:
>> Metalink note 149628.1, although slightly dated, suggests that the version
>> of the Listener should match it's hosted databases. It would then make
>> sense to have one Listener per DB in order to be able to segregate them
>> for
>> upgrading, patching, etc.
>> On a side note, while trying to find that Metalink note, I see that the
>> very
>> old 69725.1 article has a new jazzy look. I like!

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