Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09366 to ORA-09705

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ORA-09366: Windows 3.1 Two-Task driver unable to allocate shared memory
Cause: See OSD error accompanying this message
Action: None
ORA-09367: Windows 3.1 Two-Task driver unable to deallocate shared memory
Cause: See OSD error accompanying this message
Action: None
ORA-09368: Windows 3.1 Two-Task driver unable to spawn ORACLE
Cause: See OSD error accompanying this message
Action: None
ORA-09369: Windows 3.1 Two-Task driver bad instance handle
Cause: See OSD error accompanying this message
Action: None

ORA-09370: Windows 3.1 Two-Task driver ORACLE task timed out
Cause: See OSD error accompanying this message
Action: None
ORA-09700: sclin: maximum number of latches exceeded
Cause: ORACLE wants to use more latches then available.
Action: increase INIT.ORA parameter latch_pages or decrease the amount of shared memory you are using.
ORA-09701: scnfy: maximum number of processes exceeded
Cause: PROCESSES INIT.ORA parameter exceeded.
Action: Decrease the PROCESSES parameter and restart.

ORA-09702: sem_acquire: cannot acquire latch semaphore
Cause: The semaphore used for accessing latches could not be seized
Action: Send trace file to your customer support representative, along with information on reproducing the error.
ORA-09703: sem_release: cannot release latch semaphore
Cause: The semaphore used for accessing latches could not be released
Action: Send trace file to your customer support representative, along with information on reproducing the error.
ORA-09704: sstascre: ftok error in creating test and set pages.
Cause: the ftok() library call failed in sstastcre().
Action: Verify that tasdef@.dbf file exists. If it does then this is a possible system failure. Perhaps System V compatibility is not enabled.
ORA-09705: spcre: cannot initialize latch semaphore
Cause: The semaphore used for accessing latches could not be initialized
Action: Send trace file to your customer support representative, along with information on reproducing the error.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09366 to ORA-09705 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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