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Re: Jobs do not run

From: Martin T. <>
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2007 12:47:14 +0200
Message-ID: <46b99fe1$0$1346$> wrote:
> On Mon, 06 Aug 2007 07:55:06 +0200, "Martin T." <>
> wrote:

>> wrote:
>>> Comments embedded
>>> On Fri, 03 Aug 2007 17:30:51 +0200, "Martin T." <>
>>> wrote:
>>>> The problem only exists in our test db instance (at the moment)
>>>> I fully expected you and Daniel to tell me that. (Given the fact that 
>>>> there are 7 patch sets we haven't even looked at it might even have some 
>>>> foundation.)
>>> All patch sets are cumulative
>>>> Let's for a moment assume we were running Oracle 10g2 with the newest 
>>>> patch and hit this. What would you propose except calling Oracle?
>>> a) The most common cause for jobs not running is forgetting to commit
>> I know this. That you replied it to my OP just goes to show that you did 
>> only read "jobs" and "...0.1" and then shouted something at me.
>>> b) the problem doesn't exist in
>> Interesting ... which crystal ball told you that?
>> I tell you what: it also does not exist in on 40 other machines 
>> with the same HW and SW setup. It also did not exist on this machine 
>> prior to one week ago.
>> Well whatever.
>> regards,
>> Martin

> 'Mr' T,
> What clues did you provide other than: it doesn't work?
> I will tell you : NONE.

Oh. Saying that we tried everything in Metalink note 313102.1 is NONE info now? That I know that CJQ0 is running but not doing anything?

As I said - you should read the postings of the people you bark at more carefully.

> What will Oracle tell when you submit a SR?
> 'You are not on, we are not going to help you. Upgrade to
>'. Subsequently they will close the call.

Which is exactly why I did not submit an SR.

> How do I know the problem doesn't exist in BY EXPERIENCE.

Fair enough.

> Next time when you want to waste someone's time, PLEASE GO SOMEWHERE
> ELSE, will you? In a Kindergarten for example.

This coming from someone who's got less manners than any Kindergarten children I've ever had the pleasure to talk with.

Martin Received on Wed Aug 08 2007 - 05:47:14 CDT

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