Re: 10g listener configuration

From: bdbafh <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 12:54:33 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 16, 3:27 pm, Arch <> wrote:
> I set up systems for a classroom training environment that include
> Oracle and a database. I am trying to migrate from 9i to 10g but have
> run into a major roadblock and would appreciate some help.
> With 9i, I could edit the listener.ora and tnsnames.ora and substitute
> localhost for the actual system name. This worked perfectly and
> permitted cloning of the systems for the classroom.
> With, however that technique doesn't seem to work. Once the
> files are changed to localhost and I've restarted the listener, I
> can't get the database to register with the listener. I get "listener
> does not currently know of service requested".
> Using lsnrctl status confirms that the listener is not aware of the
> instance. There is no error in the log, other than the unknown
> service.
> Any suggestions will be appreciated.

have you tried just using the (tcp) loopback address of


Might you consider to use IPC instead of TCP if only local connections are to be supported?

what OS, btw?

-bdbafh Received on Wed Jan 16 2008 - 14:54:33 CST

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