Re: Tracing an ORA-01410 error
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 14:23:46 +0000
If you don't want to set an event, you will probably find that you can write a trigger on the AFTER SERVERERROR system event to catch this in action. I blogged about this getting on for 5 years ago (that's scary in itself) at http://www.niall.litchfield.dial.pipex.com/archive/2004_06_01_archives.html - blogger doesn't get the link correct in the archives - my script is at http://www.niall.litchfield.dial.pipex.com/scripts/utils/server_error.zip. Usual warnings about blindly downloading stuff off the interweb and running in production apply, in particular
- read the script first
- note Larry's warning in my June16th update that likely doesn't apply to you.
You can use the approach I outline for more that just 1410, and you can switch it off and on without bouncing the database just be enabling/disabling the trigger or deleting rows from a table. if you get this frequently think about just capturing a representative occurrence or two and not bothering again.
On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 9:12 PM, Schauss, R. Peter (IT) < peter.schauss_at_ngc.com> wrote:
> Oracle 188.8.131.52/ Solaris 9
> Some of our user reports are failing with ORA-1401- invalid rowid
> errors. Searching the archives I found a suggestion that I turn on
> tracing for this error with the command:
> alter session set events '1440 trace name errorstack forever, level 3';
> What kind of information can I expect to get from this trace?
> Peter Schauss
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