Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09988 to ORA-10266
ORA-09988: error while detaching SGA
Cause: skgmsdef struct is corrupted and/or segment addresses are modified
Action: Safely shut down instance and mount SGA segments again.
ORA-09989: attempt to use invalid skgmsdef struct pointer
Cause: Pointer to skgmsdef struct used without validating it
Action: Assign a valid address to the skgmsdef struct pointer before using it.
ORA-10243: simulated error for test string of K2GTAB latch cleanup
Cause: levels 1..6 for insert, 7..11 for delete
ORA-10244: make tranids in error msgs print as 0.0.0 (for testing)
Cause: also makes “alter system enable distributed recovery” synchronous
ORA-10259: get error message text from remote using explicit call
Cause: for npigem coverage testing (normally called only for V5 remote)
ORA-10261: Limit the size of the PGA heap
Cause: the limit is one kilobyte times the level of the event. If the pga grows bigger than this signal an internal error.
ORA-10262: Don’t check for memory leaks
Cause: Setting this event to level one causes memory leak checking to be disabled. Setting this event to any other non-zero number allows that number to be used as a threshold value when checking for memory leaks in the PGA, SGA, and UGA heaps.
ORA-10263: Don’t free empty PGA heap extents
Cause: This is useful for debugging since watchpoints are lost on free
ORA-10265: Keep random system generated output out of error messages
Cause: so test system files don’t diff
ORA-10266: Trace OSD stack usage
Cause: Porters should implement this to help them debug their stack implementations. It should be used in at least smcstk().
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-09988 to ORA-10266 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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