Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10267 to ORA-10457

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ORA-10267: Inhibit KSEDMP for testing
Cause: Some tests may generate internal or fatal errors on purpose.
Action: LEVEL used by KSEDMP is one less than level of this event.
ORA-10268: Don’t do forward coalescee when deleting extents
Cause: setting this event keeps kts from coalescing forward at each extent when dropping a temp segment.
Action: None
ORA-10269: Don’t do coalesces of free space in SMONn
Cause: setting this event prevents SMON from doing free space coalesces
Action: None

ORA-10270: Debugg shared cursors
Cause: Enables debugging code in shared cursor management modules
Action: None
ORA-10281: maximum time to wait for process creation
Cause: used to override the default SPMXWAITT, level = timeout in sec.
Action: None
ORA-10282: Inhibit signalling of other backgrounds when one dies
Cause: Used in KSB
Action: None

ORA-10284: simulate zero/infinitee asynch I/O buffering
Cause: Used in KCF, level=1 out of space (red), level=2 infinite (green)
Action: None
ORA-10452: Cannot do block media recovery; media recovery session may be in progress
Cause: A media recovery, RMAN, or flashbackk database session may have been in progress when an attempt was made to perform block media recovery on the standby database.
Action: Check for and cancel any conflicting recovery session and perform block media recovery on the standby database.
ORA-10456: cannot open standbyy database; mediaa recovery session may be in progress
Cause: A media recovery, RMAN, or flashbackk database session may have been in progress on a mounted instance of a standby database when an attempt was made to open the standbyy database.
Action: Check for and cancel any conflicting recovery session and open the standby database.
ORA-10457: cannot close standbyy database due to active media recovery
Cause: A media recovery session was in progress on a standby database when an attempt was made to close the standby database.
Action: Cancel the media recovery session and close the standby database.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10267 to ORA-10457 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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