Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09921 to ORA-09930

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ORA-09921: Unable to get information label from connection
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve the user’s information label from the SQL*Net connection.
Action: Check the UNIX error number for a possible operating system error. Also check the “additional information” field for the SQL*Net error. If there is no error, contact ORACLE support.
ORA-09922: Can’t spawn process – background log directory not created properly
Cause: ORACLE was unable to spawn a background process because the directory that will hold trace files of the background processes was not created properly.
Action: Examine the directory pointed to by the initialization parameter “background_dump_dest”. Make sure that all of the following is true:
1. The directory exists.
2. The name indeed points to a directory, and is not a file.
3. The directory is accessible and writable to the ORACLE user.

ORA-09923: Can’t spawn process – user log directory not created properly
Cause: ORACLE was unable to spawn a background process because the directory that holds the trace files of the dedicated server processes was not created properly.
Action: Examine the directory pointed to by the initialization parameter “user_dump_dest”. Make sure that all of the following is true:
1. The directory exists.
2. The name indeed points to a directory, and is not a file.
3. The directory is accessible and writable to the ORACLE user.
ORA-09924: Can’t spawn process – core dump directory not created properly
Cause: ORACLE was unable to spawn a background process because the directory that holds the core dumps produced by ORACLE processes in the event of exceptions was not created properly.
Action: Examine the directory pointed to by the initialization parameter “core_dump_dest”. Make sure that all of the following is true:
1. The directory exists.
2. The name indeed points to a directory, and is not a file.
3. The directory is accessible and writable to the ORACLE user.

ORA-09925: Unable to create audit trail file
Cause: ORACLE was not able to create the file being used to hold audit trail records.
Action: Check the UNIX error number for a possible operating system error. If there is no error, contact ORACLE customer support.
ORA-09926: Unable to set effective privilege set of the server
Cause: A dedicated server was unable to set it’s own privilege set.
Action: Check the privileges granted to the ORACLE executable. It must have at least “allowmacacess” privilege.
ORA-09927: Unable to set label of server
Cause: ORACLE was not able to set the label of a server to a new value.
Action: Check the privileges on $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oracle. Make sure that it has “allowmacaccess” privilege.
ORA-09928: Unable to restore the label of server
Cause: ORACLE was unable to restore the label of the server to the value that it had before raising it to database high.
Action: This is an internal error – contact ORACLE support.
ORA-09929: GLB of two labels is invalid
Cause: The result of a greatest lower bound operation on two labels was not valid.
Action: Repeat the operation with two different labels. Consult the system encoding file for the values of valid labels.
ORA-09930: LUB of two labels is invalid
Cause: The result of a least upper bound operation on two labels was not valid.
Action: Repeat the operation with two different labels. Consult the system encoding file for the values of valid labels.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09921 to ORA-09930 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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