Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09281 to ORA-09300

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ORA-09281: sllfop: error opening file
Cause: Possibly incorrect path specified to the file
Action: See OSD error accompanying this message
ORA-09282: sllfrb: error reading records
Cause: File could be corrupted
Action: See OSD error accompanying this message
ORA-09283: sllfsk: error skipping records
Cause: File could be corrupted
Action: See OSD error accompanying this message

ORA-09284: sllfop: cannot allocate read buffer
Cause: malloc() system call returned an error. The system might have run out of heap space
Action: Check additional information for the OS error.
ORA-09285: sllfop: unrecognizable processing option, incorrect format
Cause: Processing option passed is of incorrect format
Action: Consult your IUG for permissible formats
ORA-09290: sksaalo: error allocating memory for archival
Cause: Could be out of memory
Action: See OSD error accompanying this message

ORA-09291: sksachk: invalid device specified for archive destination
Cause: Unable to access directory
Action: Specify a valid device in ARCHIVE control string
ORA-09292: sksabln: unable to build archive file name
Cause: Bad directory or format specified
Action: Specify a valid directory in ‘log_archive_format’ and a valid format string in ‘log_archive_format’ in init.ora
ORA-09293: sksasmo: unable to send message to console
Cause: An error was returned while attempting to send a message to the console operator
Action: See OSD error accompanying this message
ORA-09300: osncon: unable to connect, DPMI not available
Cause: Unable to detect the presence of DPMI
Action: Restart Windows and retry

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09281 to ORA-09300 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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