Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06121 to ORA-06130

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ORA-06121: NETTCP: access failure
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to test the accessibility of the SID mapping file (specified in CONFIG.ORA) associated with this connection request. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06122: NETTCP: setup failure
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to set up the appropriate environment to service this connection request. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06123: NETTCP: cannot set KEEPALIVE
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to set the socket KEEPLIVE option. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.

ORA-06124: NETTCP: timeout waiting for ORASRV
Cause: The ORACLE server process was started but failed to respond after N secs.
Action: For heavily loaded systems this is not an uncommon occurrence. Increase the value of N (the default is 30) by placing the following entry in the CONFIG.ORA file: SQLNET ORASRV_WAIT = <no. of secs> which will come into effect the next time the SQL*Net TCP/IP server is started.
ORA-06125: NETTCP: ORASRV exited unexpectedly
Cause: The ORACLE server process was started but exited unexpectedly. Possible causes:
1. Insufficient quotas to run ORASRV
2. ORACLE is not installed See the ORASRV output file for more details; the file will be in the ORA_SQLNET directory and will have a name of the form: ORA_SRVTnn_<SID>.OUT
Action: If appropriate action is not obvious from the ORASRV output file then contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06126: NETTCP: ORASRV unable to open network connection
Cause: The ORACLE server process was started but was unable to open the socket passed to it by TCPSRV.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.

ORA-06127: NETTCP: unable to change username
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server could not establish a PROXY LOGIN connection because the client username is unknown (to the host OS).
Action: Create new user account on host.
ORA-06128: NETTCP: unable to create mailbox
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to create a mailbox (needed for IPC communication with the ORACLE server process). See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06129: NETTCP: unable to transfer socket ownership to ORASRV
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to transfer the network communication handle to the ORACLE server process. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06130: NETTCP: host access denied
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server rejected this connection request because the client node does not have access privilege – as determined by the contents of the Valid Node Table (VNT), a component of the host’s CONFIG.ORA.
Action: To grant access, add appropriate entry to the host’s VNT.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06121 to ORA-06130 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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SQLServerF1 Team
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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06111 to ORA-06120

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ORA-06111: NETTCP: disconnect failure
Cause: Error occurred while closing a socket.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06112: NETTCP: invalid buffer size
Cause: The buffer size specified in the login string exceeds the allowed maximum (of 4096).
Action: Re-submit with valid buffer size.
ORA-06113: NETTCP: Too many connections
Cause: The maximum no. of concurrently open connections has been reached.
Action: Exit an application with an open connection which is no longer required.

ORA-06114: NETTCP: SID lookup failure
Cause: From the remote host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server: the database SID, specified in the login (connect) string, was not recognized.
Action: Add the appropriate SID entry to the CONFIG.ORA file on the remote host (and restart the SQL*Net TCP/IP server).
ORA-06115: NETTCP: unable to create ORACLE logicals
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to create the necessary logicals required by the ORACLE server process. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your system administrator.
ORA-06116: NETTCP: unable to create ORASRV process
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to create the ORACLE server process. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

ORA-06117: NETTCP: unable to create ORASRV: quota exceeded
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to create the ORACLE server process because of quota depletion.
Action: Increase quota allocations to the SQL*Net TCP/IP server process.
ORA-06118: NETTCP: unable to complete handshake with ORASRV
Cause: The ORACLE server process was started but failed to complete its initialization.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06119: NETTCP: spurious client request
Cause: The host’s SQL*Net TCP/IP server was unable to recognize this connection request. See the SQL*Net TCP/IP server log file for more details.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06120: NETTCP: network driver not loaded
Cause: The TCP/IP network driver is not loaded.
Action: Check that the TCP/IP driver is loaded correctly.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06111 to ORA-06120 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06102 to ORA-06110

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ORA-06102: NETTCP: cannot allocate context area
Cause: Insufficient dynamic memory available for connection context area.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06105: NETTCP: remote host is unknown
Cause: Host name specified in the login (connect) string is unknown.
Action: Check spelling; make sure name is in the TCP/IP HOST file.

ORA-06106: NETTCP: socket creation failure
Cause: Process open file quota probably exceeded.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06107: NETTCP: ORACLE network server not found
Cause: No entry in SERVICES file for ORACLE server.
Action: Add (“orasrv”) entry to the TCP/IP SERVICES file.
ORA-06108: NETTCP: connect to host failed

Cause: Connection attempt to remote host has failed. Probably means that the SQL*Net TCP/IP server on the remote host is not up, or the host itself is not up (check the latter by targeting it with Telnet).
Action: Start the SQL*Net TCP/IP server process on the remote host.
ORA-06109: NETTCP: message receive failure
Cause: I/O error occurred while attempting network read operation.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06110: NETTCP: message send failure
Cause: I/O error occurred while attempting network write operation.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06102 to ORA-06110 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06026 to ORA-06034

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ORA-06026: NETASY: port close failure
Cause: Async driver unable to close port
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06027: NETASY: channel close failure
Cause: Async driver unable to close channel
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06028: NETASY: unable to intialise for logging
Cause: Async driver unable to initialise for logging I/O
Action: Contact your customer support representative.

ORA-06029: NETASY: port assignment failure
Cause: Async driver unable to assign port to channel [should never happen]
Action: Contact your customer support representative.
ORA-06030: NETDNT: connect failed, unrecognized node name
Cause: Node name specified in host string is unknown (probably misspelled)
Action: Retry with correct node name
ORA-06031: NETDNT: connect failed, unrecognized object name
Cause: Host string contains reference to object (which doesn’t exist): @d:<node>-<obj> => object is ORDN<obj>; when <node> is VMS, the object is ORDN<obj>.COM when <node> is UNIX, the object is ORDN<obj> @d:<node>::”task=<obj>” => object is <obj>; when <node> is VMS, the object is <obj>.COM when <node> is UNIX, the object is <obj>
Action: Retry with correct object name or create the required object on host node

ORA-06032: NETDNT: connect failed, access control data rejected
Cause: Host string contains invalid username/password
Action: Retry with correct username/password
ORA-06033: NETDNT: connect failed, partner rejected connection
Cause: Connection with partner was made but was rejected.
Action: Contact your network administrator.
ORA-06034: NETDNT: connect failed, partner exited unexpectedly
Cause: Connection with host node was made but partner aborted
Action: Make sure object (see 06031, above) is working (for VMS run the command file and make sure that the ORACLE server process starts up); sometimes happens when the network/node is under stress – in this case a retry often works.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06026 to ORA-06034 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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SQLServerF1 Team
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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-04941 to ORA-06010

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ORA-04941: required operating system patch needs to be applied
Cause: The operating system could not return the start time of a process.
Action: Check that the operating system kernel has been patched to return process start time. Apply the required operating system patch and restart the instance.
ORA-06000: NETASY: port open failure
Cause: Autologin unable to open port
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06001: NETASY: port set-up failure
Cause: Autologin unable to change port attributes
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06002: NETASY: port read failure
Cause: Autologin unable to read from port
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code

ORA-06003: NETASY: port write failure
Cause: Autologin unable to write to port
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06004: NETASY: dialogue file open failure
Cause: Autologin unable to open dialogue file
Action: Check connect string for accuracy/typos
ORA-06005: NETASY: dialogue file read failure
Cause: Autologin unable to read dialogue file
Action: Check log file for OS-specific error code
ORA-06006: NETASY: dialogue execute failure
Cause: Expected response never received
Action: None

ORA-06007: NETASY: bad dialogue format
Cause: Dialogue file contains syntax error
Action: Correct the dialogue file
ORA-06009: NETASY: dialogue filename too long
Cause: Full file spec for dialogue file exceeds 64 bytes
Action: Amend connect string accordingly
ORA-06010: NETASY: dialogue file too long
Cause: Dialogue file exceeds 768 bytes in length
Action: Simplify dialogue (e.g. remove comments, redundant white space), or split into two and link with “more” command

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-04941 to ORA-06010 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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SQLServerF1 Team
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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-04930 to ORA-04940

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ORA-04930: open sequence number failed or initial state is valid
Cause: Either Shared Sequence Number OS component was not installed properly, or an MC hardware failure may have occurred or a previous instance was not shut down properly.
Action: Verify that there are no background or foreground Oracle processes from a previous instance on this node using the OS command ps -ef|grep <instance_name>. Verify that there are no shared memory segments belonging to the user which owns the Oracle installation by isuing the ipcs -b OS command. If there are shared memory segments or processes still on the system, use svrmgrl to shutdown the instance with the abort option. If the instance is not up, verify that the cluster software and/or the hardware is installed and working. Log in as superuser and issue the cnxshow command. Are all of the nodes in the cluster listed? Are they members of the cluster? Is the communications between nodes okay? If the answer to any of these questions is false, contact Digital’s customer support organization.
ORA-04931: unable to set initial sequence number value

Cause: A call to the SSN failed to set the sequence number to its initial value, possibly caused by an MC hardware problem.
Action: Verify that the MC hardware is functioning properly. If it is not, contact Digital’s customer support organization. If it is, contact Oracle support.
ORA-04932: increment or adjust of sequence number failed
Cause: A call to the SSN failed to increment the sequence number.
Action: Verify that the MC hardware is functioning properly. If it is not, contact Digital’s customer support organization. If it is, contact Oracle support.
ORA-04933: initial service identifier is non-zero
Cause: A valid service identifier existed before the sequence number service was opened.
Action: Verify that the instance is completely shut down.

ORA-04934: unable to obtain the current sequence number
Cause: A call to the SSN failed to return its current value. Either there are many errors occurring on the MC hardware, or the sequence number has become invalid and cannot be validated.
Action: Verify that the MC hardware is functioning properly. If it is, contact Oracle Support.
ORA-04935: unable to get/convert SCN recovery lock
Cause: A process has timed out trying to get or convert the SCN recovery lock. Another process probably has the lock in EX or SHR mode, but is not releasing it.
Action: Contact Oracle Support.
ORA-04940: unsupported optimization of Oracle binary, check alert log for more info
Cause: ORACLE binary has been optimized with unsupported options or a required option has not been used.
Action: Check the documentation for a list of supported and required flags for the optimizing utility that you used to optimize ORACLE. Shutdown the instance, optimize ORACLE again with supported combination of options and restart the instance.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-04930 to ORA-04940 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
Information about Oracle Database Error Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.