Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21707 to ORA-22056

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ORA-21707: pin duration is longer than allocation duration
Cause: The pin duration supplied by the user is longer than the allocation duration. This affects operations such as pinning and setting default parameters.
Action: User should use a shorter pin duration or use the null duration.
ORA-21708: inappropriate operation on a transient object
Cause: User attempted to perform an inappropriate operation on a transient object. Operations that cannot be applied to a transient object include flushing and locking.
Action: User should avoid performing such operation on a transient object.
ORA-21709: cannot refresh an object that has been modified
Cause: User attempted to refresh an object that has been marked for delete, update or insert (new).
Action: User should unmark the object before refreshing it.

ORA-21710: argument is expecting a valid memory address of an object
Cause: The object memory address that is supplied by the user is invalid. The user may have passed in a bad memory address to a function that is expecting a valid memory address of an object.
Action: User should pass in a valid memory address of an object to the function.
ORA-21779: duration not active
Cause: User is trying to use a duration that has been terminated.
Action: User should avoid performing such operation.
ORA-21780: Maximum number of object durations exceeded.
Cause: This typically happens if there is infinite recursion in the PL/SQL function that is being executed.
Action: User should alter the recursion condition in order to prevent infinite recursion.

ORA-22053: overflow error
Cause: This operation’s result is above the range of Oracle number.
Action: Decrease the input value(s) so that the result is in the range of Oracle number.
ORA-22054: underflow error
Cause: This operation’s result is below the range of Oracle number.
Action: Increase the input value(s) so that the result is in the range of Oracle number.
ORA-22055: unknown sign flag value [string]
Cause: Signed flag used is not OCI_NUMBER_SIGNED or OCI_NUMBER_UNSIGNED.
Action: Use either OCI_NUMBER_SIGNED or OCI_NUMBER_UNSIGNED as sign flag.
ORA-22056: value [string] is divided by zero
Cause: Given value is divied by zero.
Action: Modify divisor value to be non-zero.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21707 to ORA-22056 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-21613 to ORA-21706

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ORA-21613: key does not exist
Cause: Attempt to use a non-existent key
Action: Use a key that already exists.
ORA-21614: constraint violation for attribute number [string]
Cause: Constraints on the attribute were violated
Action: Correct the value (of the attribute) so that it satisfies constraints
ORA-21615: copy of an OTS (named or simple) instance failed
Cause: see following message
Action: Check that no attribute value violates constraints.

ORA-21700: object does not exist or is marked for delete
Cause: User attempted to perform an inappropriate operation to an object that is non-existent or marked for delete. Operations such as pinning, deleting and updating cannot be applied to an object that is non-existent or marked for delete.
Action: User needs to re-initialize the reference to reference an existent object or the user needs to unmark the object.
ORA-21701: attempt to flush objects to different servers
Cause: User attempted to flush objects to different servers in one function call. These objects are obtained by calling a callback functions provided by the program.
Action: User should avoid performing such operation.
ORA-21702: object is not instantiated or has been de-instantiated in cache
Cause: User attempted to perform an inappropriate operation to a transient object that is not instantiated in the object cache. Operations that cannot be applied to a not-instantiated transient object include deleting or pinning such an object.
Action: User should check their code to see if they are performing such an operation without instantiating the object first, or performing such an operation after the allocation duration of the object has expired.

ORA-21703: cannot flush an object that is not modified
Cause: See the error message.
Action: The object should not be flushed.
ORA-21704: cannot terminate cache or connection without flushing first
Cause: See the error message.
Action: The transaction should be aborted or committed before terminating the cache or connection.
ORA-21705: service context is invalid
Cause: The service context that is supplied by the user is not valid.
Action: User needs to establish the service context.
ORA-21706: duration does not exist or is invalid
Cause: The duration number that is supplied by the user is not valid.
Action: User needs to establish the duration or use a correct predefined duration.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21613 to ORA-21706  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-21603 to ORA-21612

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ORA-21603: property id [string] is invalid
Cause: The specified property id is invalid.
Action: User should specify a valid property id. Valid property ids are enumerated by OCIObjectPropId.
ORA-21604: property [string] is not a property of transient or value instances
Cause: Trying to get a property which applies only to persistent objects.
Action: User should check the lifetime and only get this property for persistent objects.
ORA-21605: property [string] is not a property of value instances
Cause: Trying to get a property which applies only to persistent and transient objects.
Action: User should check the lifetime and only get this property for persistent and transient objects.

ORA-21606: can not free this object
Cause: Trying to free an object that is persistent and dirty and the OCI_OBJECTFREE_FORCE flag is not specified.
Action: Either flush the persistent object or set the flag to OCI_OBJECTFREE_FORCE
ORA-21607: memory cartridge service handle not initialized
Cause: Attempt to use the handle without initializing it.
Action: Initialize the memory cartridge service handle.
ORA-21608: duration is invalid for this function
Cause: Attempt to use a duration not valid for this function.
Action: Use a valid duration – a previously created user duration or OCI_DURATION_STATEMENT or OCI_DURATION_SESSION. For callout duration or external procedure duration, use OCIExtProcAllocCallMemory.

ORA-21609: memory being resized without being allocated first
Cause: Attempt to resize memory without allocating it first.
Action: Allocate the memory first before resizing it.
ORA-21610: size [string] is invalid
Cause: Attempt to resize memory with invalid size.
Action: Pass in a valid size (must be a positive integer).
ORA-21611: key length [string] is invalid
Cause: Attempt to use an invalid key length.
Action: Key length is invalid and valid range is 0 to 64
ORA-21612: key is already being used
Cause: Attempt to use a key that is already used.
Action: Use a new key that is not yet being used.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21603 to ORA-21612 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-21523 to ORA-21602

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ORA-21523: functionality not supported by the server (object mode only)
Cause: User attempted to use a functionality that the server does not support.
Action: Upgrade the server
ORA-21524: object type mismatch
Cause: The object type of the object is different from what is specified.
Action: Check the type of the object and correct it.
ORA-21525: attribute number or (collection element at index) string violated its constraints
Cause: Attribute value or collection element value violated its constraint.
Action: Change the value of the attribute or collection element such that it meets its constraints. The constraints are specified as part of the attribute or collection element’s schema information.

ORA-21526: initialization failed
Cause: The initialization sequence failed. This can happen, for example, if an environment variable such as NLS_DATE_FORMAT is set to an invalid value.
Action: Check that all NLS environment variables are well-formed.
ORA-21527: internal OMS driver error
Cause: A process has encountered an exceptional condition. This is the generic internal error number for Oracle object management services exceptions.
Action: Report this as a bug to Oracle Support Services.
ORA-21560: argument string is null, invalid, or out of range
Cause: The argument is expecting a non-null, valid value but the argument value passed in is null, invalid, or out of range. Examples include when the LOB/FILE positional or size argument has a value outside the range 1 through (4GB – 1), or when an invalid open mode is used to open a file, etc.
Action: Check your program and correct the caller of the routine to not pass a null, invalid or out-of-range argument value.

ORA-21561: OID generation failed
Cause: The handles passed in may not be valid
Action: Check the validity of the env, svc handles
ORA-21600: path expression too long
Cause: The path expression that is supplied by the user is too long. The path expression is used to specify the position of an attribute in an object. This error occurs when one of the intermediate elements in the path expression refers to an attribute of a built-in type. Thus, the OCI function cannot proceed on to process the rest of the elements in the path expression.
Action: User should pass in the correct path expression to locate the attribute.
ORA-21601: attribute is not an object
Cause: The user attempts to perform an operation (that is valid only for an object) to an attribute of a built-in type. An example of such an illegal operation is to dynamically set a null structure to an attribute of a built-in type.
Action: User should avoid performing such operation to an attribute of built-in type.
ORA-21602: operation does not support the specified typecode
Cause: The user attempts to perform an operation that does not support the specified typecode.
Action: User should use the range of valid typecodes that are supported by this operation.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21523 to ORA-21602 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-19999 to ORA-21522

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ORA-19999: skip_row procedure was called
Cause: The skip_row procedure was called which raises this error
Action: Skip_row should only be called within a trigger or a procedure called by a trigger.
ORA-20000: string
Cause: The stored procedure ‘raise_application_error’ was called which causes this error to be generated.
Action: Correct the problem as described in the error message or contact the application administrator or DBA for more information.
ORA-21300: objects option not installed
Cause: The objects option is not installed at this site. object types and other object features are, therefore, unavailable.
Action: Install the objects option. The objects option is not part of the Oracle Server product and must be purchased separately. Contact an Oracle sales representative if the objects option needs to be purchased.

ORA-21301: not initialized in object mode
Cause: This function requires the OCI process to be initialized in object mode.
Action: Specify OCI_OBJECT mode when calling OCIInitialize().
ORA-21500: internal error code, arguments: [string], [string], [string], [string], [string], [string], [string], [string]
Cause: This is the generic error number for the OCI environment (client-side) internal errors. This indicates that the OCI environment has encountered an exceptional condition.
Action: Report as a bug – the first argument is the internal error number.
ORA-21501: program could not allocate memory
Cause: The operating system has run out of memory.
Action: Take action to make more memory available to the program.

ORA-21503: program terminated by fatal error
Cause: A program is in an unrecoverable error state.
Action: Report as a bug.
ORA-21520: database server driver not installed
Cause: User attempted to access a database server through an object-mode OCI environment but the necessary driver for supporting such access to the database server is not installed or linked in.
Action: Check if the driver corresponding to the database server has been installed/linked in and entered in the server driver table.
ORA-21521: exceeded maximum number of connections in OCI (object mode only)
Cause: User exceeded the maximum number of connections (255) that can be supported by an OCI environment in object mode.
Action: Close some of existing and unused connections before opening more connections.
ORA-21522: attempted to use an invalid connection in OCI (object mode only)
Cause: User attempted to use an invalid connection or a connection that has been terminated in an OCI environment (object mode), or user attempted to dereference a REF obtained from a connection which has been terminated.
Action: Ensure that the connection exists and is still valid.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19999 to ORA-21522 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-19941 to ORA-19960

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ORA-19941: invalid blocksize in cross platform datafile string
Cause: Blocksize in header of datafile copy being converted at target was invalid. Either datafile has not been made read/write with compatibility 10.0 or greater at source database or datafile copy is corrupted.
Action: Make a new datafile copy taken after tablespace has been made read/write with compatibility 10.0 at source database and retry conversion.
ORA-19942: datafile copy string not created with compatibility 10.0 or greater
Cause: The specified datafile copy to be converted at the target was not produced after making the tablespace in read/write mode with compatibility 10.0 or greater at the source database.
Action: Make a new datafile copy taken after tablespace has been made read/write with compatibility 10.0 at source database and retry conversion.
ORA-19943: The current database incarnation changed during backup
Cause: The backup failed because the current database incarnation was changed during the backup. One of the following events caused this incarnation change:
– The database was opened using ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS statement.

– RMAN command RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION was issued.

– If this happened on physical standby database, then redo apply has applied redo data from a new database incarnation.

Action: Re-try the backup.

ORA-19951: cannot modify control file until DBNEWID is completed
Cause: An operation requiring to modify the control file was attempted, but a NID change is in progress.
Action: Wait until NID completes before attempting the operation.
ORA-19952: database should be mounted exclusively
Cause: The database was started in parallel mode. To change the DBID, the database must be mounted exclusively.
Action: Shut down the database and start it in exclusive mode.
ORA-19953: database should not be open
Cause: The database was open. To change the DBID, the database must be mounted exclusively.
Action: Shut down the database and mount it in exclusive mode.

ORA-19954: control file is not current
Cause: The operation failed because a non-current, non-standby control file was mounted.
Action: Make the control file current and retry.
ORA-19955: only one open thread is allowed to change the DBID
Cause: The operation failed because there were active threads in the database. The most likely cause is that the database crashed the last time it was shut down.
Action: Ensure that all threads are closed before retrying the operation. Start and open the database to perform crash recovery, then shut down with the NORMAL or IMMEDIATE options to close it cleanly. Finally, try running the utility again.
ORA-19956: database should have no offline immediate datafiles
Cause: The operation failed because the database had one or more datafiles that were in OFFLINE IMMEDIATE mode.
Action: Drop the datafiles or recover them and bring them online.
ORA-19957: database should have no datafiles in unknown state
Cause: The operation failed because the database had one or more datafiles that were in an unknown state.
Action: Drop the datafiles or recover them and bring them online.
ORA-19958: potential deadlock involving DIAG process
Cause: DIAG requested a control file operation that may lead to a deadlock
Action: Try last operation later when the control file is released
ORA-19960: Internal use only
Cause: NID usage
Action: None

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19941 to ORA-19960 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-19921 to ORA-19932

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ORA-19921: maximum number of string rows exceeded
Cause: The maximum number of rows in the V$RMAN_STATUS or V$RMAN_OUTPUT table has been exceeded.
Action: Close some of existing and unused RMAN connections and sessions.
ORA-19922: there is no parent row with id string and level string
Cause: RMAN tried to add a new V$RMAN_STATUS row, but the parent row did not exist.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support.
ORA-19923: the session for row with id string is not active
Cause: RMAN tried to update an V$RMAN_STATUS row but the process which owns this row died.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support.

ORA-19924: there are no row with id string
Cause: RMAN tried to update an V$RMAN_STATUS row, but the row don’t exist.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support.
ORA-19926: Database cannot be converted at this time
Cause: Another CONVERT DATABASE operation is already in progress.
Action: Retry CONVERT DATABASE command later.

ORA-19927: CONVERT DATABASE operation cannot proceed
Cause: An error occurred earlier during CONVERT DATABASE operation.
Action: Retry CONVERT DATABASE command.
ORA-19930: file string has invalid checkpoint SCN string
Cause: When opening the file to be placed in a copy or backup set, to be inspected, the file header was not recognized as a valid header because it contained a invalid checkpoint SCN. The indicated file cannot be processed.
Action: Ensure that the correct files are being specified for the catalog or backup operation.
ORA-19931: file string has invalid creation SCN string
Cause: When opening the file to be placed in a copy or backup set, to be inspected, the file header was not recognized as a valid header because it contained a invalid creation SCN. The indicated file cannot be processed.
Action: Ensure that the correct files are being specified for the catalog or backup operation.
ORA-19932: control file is not clone or standby
Cause: The operation failed because the control file was not mounted as standby or clone.
Action: Mount the database as standby or clone and retry.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19921 to ORA-19932 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-19908 to ORA-19919

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ORA-19908: datafile string has invalid checkpoint
Cause: The specified datafile has an invalid checkpoint.
Action: Restore the datafile from a backup.
ORA-19909: datafile string belongs to an orphan incarnation
Cause: Either the specified datafile was restored from a backup that was taken during a period of time that has already been discarded by a RESETLOGS operation, or Oracle cannot identify which database incarnation the file belongs to. The alert log contains more information.
Action: Restore a backup of this file that belongs to either the current or a prior incarnation of the database. If you are using RMAN to restore, RMAN will automatically select a correct backup.
ORA-19910: can not change recovery target incarnation in control file
Cause: The RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION command was used while the database is open. This is not allowed.
Action: Close the database then re-issue the command.

ORA-19911: datafile string contains future changes at the incarnation boundary
Cause: The file did not hit end backup marker redo during recovery at the incarnation boundary, hence may contain changes discarded by new incarnation.
Action: Use older backup of the file and then re-issue the command.
ORA-19912: cannot recover to target incarnation string
Cause: The control file is not in the recovery path of the target incarnation, and does not contain enough information as to how to recover to the target incarnation.
Action: Restore the latest control file from the target incarnation and retry.
ORA-19913: unable to decrypt backup
Cause: A backup piece could not be decrypted. This message is accompanied with another message that indicates the name of the encrypted backup that could not be restored. The reason could be either that an invalid password was entered, or that, when using transparent decryption, the database external security device is not open.
Action: If password-based restore was enabled for this backup, then supply the correct password using the RMAN SET DECRYPTION command. If transparent restore was enabled for this backup, then ensure that the database external security device is open.

ORA-19914: unable to encrypt backup
Cause: RMAN could not create an encrypted backup. This message will be accompanied by other messages that give more details about why the encrypted backup could not be created. The most common reason for this message is that you are trying to create a backup that can be transparently decrypted, and the database external security device is not open.
Action: If the external security device is not open, then open it. If the external security device is not configured, then the only type of encrypted backup that you can create is a password-based backup.
ORA-19915: unable to encrypt pre-10.2 files
Cause: An RMAN encrypted backup was requested, but this backup includes one or more archived logs that were generated by an older release of Oracle. These archived logs cannot be encrypted.
Action: Back up the older logs without encryption. Logs created with Oracle release 10.2 and greater can be encrypted.
ORA-19916: string
Cause: An error occurred when processing user request.
Action: Do not use message 19917; it is used internally for testing purpose. Do not use message 19918; it is an internal event used by encryption.
ORA-19919: encrypted backups to tertiary storage require Oracle Secure Backup
Cause: RMAN was configured to create encrypted backups, but the channel is neither a DISK channel nor an Oracle Secure Backup channel.
Action: Allocate a DISK channel or an Oracle Secure Backup channel to use backup encryption.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19908 to ORA-19919 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-19882 to ORA-19907

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ORA-19882: datafile string checkpoint string is ahead of space bitmap datafile string checkpoint string
Cause: When checkpointing the datafile containing the space bitmaps for the datafile being backed up in order to use Unused Block Optimization, the checkpoint of the datafile containing the space bitmaps did not advance.
Action: Examine the trace and alert files for possible causes. Fix underlying problem to use Unused Block Optimization for datafile’s backup.
ORA-19883: Unused Block Optimization stopped for datafile string
Cause: Accompanying errors detail the problem that prevented Unused Block Optimization from being used.
Action: See accompanying errors for appropiate action.
ORA-19900: RESETLOGS must be specified after recovery to new incarnation
Cause: Recovery was done to an incarnation after changing the destination incarnation using RMAN’s RESET DATABASE command.
Action: Open the database with the RESETLOGS option.

ORA-19901: database needs more recovery to create new incarnation
Cause: Recovery was done to an incarnation after changing the destination incarnation using RMAN’s RESET DATABASE command, but one or more of the recovered datafiles still belongs to the parent incarnation. This usually happens when recovery is ended before any logs from the desired incarnation have been applied.
Action: Continue recovery.
ORA-19902: incarnation key string not found
Cause: The specified incarnation was not found in the control file.
Action: Resubmit request with known incarnation key. To see which incarnations are available for this target database, query V$DATABASE_INCARNATION or use RMAN’s LIST INCARNATION command.
ORA-19903: test recovery not allowed when recovering to new incarnation
Cause: Either a new incarnation was set using RMAN’s RESET DATABASE command for a control file that was CURRENT, or the control file is from a prior incarnation. As recovery to a new incarnation requires changing the control file, test recovery is not allowed.
Action: Perform actual recovery or RESET DATABASE to incarnation that was last opened using the control file to do test recovery.

ORA-19904: test recovery not allowed for datafile string
Cause: The specified datafile has been restored from a backup that was taken before the last RESETLOGS. Recovering this datafile will require a file header update that is incompatible with test recovery.
Action: Perform actual recovery.
ORA-19905: log_archive_format must contain %s, %t and %r
Cause: log_archive_format is missing a mandatory format element. Starting with Oracle 10i, archived log file names must contain each of the elements %s(sequence), %t(thread), and %r(RESETLOGS ID) to ensure that all archived log file names are unique.
Action: Add the missing format elements to log_archive_format.
ORA-19906: recovery target incarnation changed during recovery
Cause: While a media recovery was active, a new incarnation was detected by the server due to inspection or cataloging of archived logs or backup files.
Action: If you want recovery to use the new incarnation, restart recovery. This is the most common action on a standby database when RESETLOGS is done in primary. If you do not want recovery to use the new incarnation, change the recovery destination using RMAN’s RESET DATABASE TO INCARNATION <incarnation#> command. To see which incarnations are available for this target database, query V$DATABASE_INCARNATION or use RMAN’s LIST INCARNATION command.
ORA-19907: recovery time or SCN does not belong to recovered incarnation
Cause: A point-in-time recovery to an SCN or time stamp prior to the last RESETLOGS was requested.
Action: Either change the specified recovery time/SCN, or change the recovery destination using RMAN’s RESET DATABASE command.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19882 to ORA-19907 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-19862 to ORA-19881

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ORA-19862: backup pieces must be validated before accessing results
Cause: The user tried to get validation results for backup pieces before the pieces were actually validated.
Action: Validate the pieces before trying to access the results.
ORA-19863: device block size string is larger than max allowed: string
Cause: The user specified a device BLKSIZE that is larger than the device BLKSIZE specified during compressed backup.
Action: Change the device BLKSIZE to be smaller than the maximum allowed.
ORA-19865: Backup piece string has no data
Cause: No data was returned for the specified backup piece.
Action: This normally indicates a problem with the media management software which is linked with Oracle to provide backup and restore services. Contact the media management software vendor.

ORA-19866: error writing file header for datafile string
Cause: During a block recovery, the header of the datafile could not be updated.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-19870: error while restoring backup piece string
Cause: This error should be followed by other errors indicating the cause of the problem.
Action: See other errors actions.
ORA-19873: cannot apply this backup section to file string
Cause: RMAN cannot restore a multi-section backup to the indicated file, because this section is not a backup of this file, or the file was not prepared correctly for this restore.
Action: If this error occurs while running RMAN, then it is an internal error and you should contact Oracle support.

ORA-19874: cannot finish multi-section restore to file string
Cause: During a multi-section restore, the file being restored is not a file in which a multi-section restore is in progress.
Action: If this error occurs while running RMAN, then it is an internal error and you should contact Oracle support.
ORA-19875: multi-section restore not complete for file string
Cause: While completing a multi-section restore, it was found that all required sections for this file were not correctly applied.
Action: If this error occurs while running RMAN, then it is an internal error and you should contact Oracle support.
ORA-19880: Corrupted space header for datafile string, block string
Cause: When reading the space header block to use Unused Block Optimization for the backup of the datafile, the space header block had corrupted information.
Action: The corrupt space header must be fixed before Unused Block Optimization can be used for this file. Note that you should fix the corruption in any case because it will affect the availability of the data in the file, beyond just taking backups.
ORA-19881: Corrupted space bitmap for datafile string, block string
Cause: When reading a space bitmap block to use Unused Block Optimization for the backup of the datafile, the space bitmap block had corrupted information.
Action: The corrupt space bitmap must be fixed before Unused Block Optimization can be used for this file. Note that you should fix the corruption in any case because it will affect the availability of the data in the file, beyond just taking backups.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19862 to ORA-19881 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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