Re: Run 32-bit and 64-bit listener at the same time on W3K 64-bit
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 10:04:26 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 25, 6:36 pm, "Terry Dykstra" <tddyks..._at_forestoil.ca> wrote:
> "Frank van Bortel" <frank.van.bor..._at_gmail.com> wrote in messagenews:d353f$4b5aceb3$524ba3af$22102_at_cache2.tilbu1.nb.home.nl...
> > bdbafh wrote:
> >> On Jan 20, 7:07 pm, "Terry Dykstra" <tddyks..._at_forestoil.ca> wrote:
> >>> I have Oracle 10.2.0.4-64 bit running on W3K-64-bit.
> >>> Now I need to run a 32-bit 22.214.171.124 (yes I know, ouch) on this box. I
> >>> cannot
> >>> get the listener to work. I use batch file to specifically point to the
> >>> 9.2
> >>> environment, but for some reason it points to the 64-bit version.
> >>> Any clues?
> >> Regarding the database server software, running 32 bit Oracle database
> >> server software on a 64 bit OS is not supported.
> >> That's a good enough stopping condition for me.
> >> You need to run the 32 bit software on a 32 bit OS, be it on a
> >> physical or virtual server.
> >> -bdbafh
> > C'mon! No need for VM's!
> > Any idea how much 16-bit applications still run under MS Windows?!?
> > Don't you think Microsoft emulates that, just like any OS vendor/producer?
> > _at_Terry: Vladimir is correct; apart from that: it is good practice
> > to run the highest version of a utility (RMAN/listener/imp/exp).
> > Of course, if you would insist on a 9.2 listener: it can be done.
> > --
> > Regards, Frank van Bortel
> > Topposting in Usenet groups I regard as offensive - I will not reply
> Using 64-bit listener clients cannot connect. I get ora-12518. Lots of
> google hits, went through every Oracle on metalink and cannot get it to
> Terry Dykstra
Did you trace the listener? If you didn't - turn on listener tracing and see what's being reported as the cause (and post the trace here.) Also, inspect the alert log for errors and check any associated trace files. If you see errors mentioning skgpspawn, this might indicate that PROCESSES is set too low. This might also be an out of memory problem.
Did you consider the VM approach yet? ;)
Vladimir M. Zakharychev
N-Networks, makers of Dynamic PSP(tm) http://www.dynamicpsp.com Received on Mon Jan 25 2010 - 12:04:26 CST