RE: Multiple listeners (9i/10g) on Windows
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 12:10:33 -0400
Both the listener can be run without any issues. However 10g instance/database must use 10g listener as it will not work with 9i listener. The better way to move 9i instances to 10g listener as well.
> Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 09:46:34 -0500> From: email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org> CC: email@example.com> Subject: Re: Multiple listeners (9i/10g) on Windows> > Tony,> > I don't think you'll have name clashes. The 10g database on Windows here > prefixes the service name with the Oracle Home Name. So, the 10g > listener service name is "OraHome1TNSListener" and that shouldn't clash > with the 9i service name. I can't remember if 9i prefixed the listener > service name with the Oracle Home name or not--don't have one of those > to verify right now. Regardless, I'd still recommend using a different > listener name just to avoid confusion about which LISTENER you're > working with.> > I don't think there's any risk either since if you do "lsnrctl start > LIST10G" and the service is already there and started, you won't be able > to start it again. If the service doesn't exist, the service will be > created and started.> > Dan> > Tony Sequeira wrote:> > Thanks Dan,> >> > Thanks for your comments.> >> > If I do decide to use the 10g listener for both instances, won't there> > will be a service name clash, unless of course I use a different> > listener name? I would have to remove the 9i service prior to creating> > the 10g service, am I wrong here?> >> > > --> http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l> >
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