Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10458 to ORA-10554
ORA-10458: standby database requires recovery
Cause: A standby database was in a state requiring media recovery when an attempt was made to open the standby database.
Action: Perform the necessary recovery and open the standby database.
ORA-10459: cannot start media recovery on standby database; another instance may be open
Cause: An attempt was made to perform media recovery on a standby database while another instance performed recovery on the standby or had the standby open.
Action: Close the standby on all other instances, cancel any conflicting recovery session, and perform manual recovery.
ORA-10469: error creating control file backup, no checkpoint
Cause: The control file being backed up did not contain a valid control file checkpoint. Therefore the control file could not be backed up, as such a backup would not be usable later for recovery. A common cause for this situation is that you executed CREATE CONTROLFILE, which mounts the database, but not ALTER DATABASE OPEN, to open the database. The latter operation generates a valid control file checkpoint.
Action: Open the database with ALTER DATABASE OPEN …, which results in a valid control file checkpoint. Run the backup operation again.
ORA-10546: Cannot perform block media recovery; standby database does not have requisite redo.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform block media recovery on the standby database when the necessary redo was not available.
Action: Wait until the necessary redo is available and reattempt block media recovery.
ORA-10547: Cannot perform block media recovery; standby database is not caught up with primary.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform block media recovery on the standby database up to scn %s, which is greater than the highest scn of %s yet applied at the standby.
Action: Recover the standby up to scn %s and reattempt block media recovery.
ORA-10548: Cannot perform block media recovery on a read-only plugged-in datafile.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform block media recovery on a read-only plugged-in datafile.
Action: Convert the plugged-in datafile to read/write and reattempt block media recovery.
ORA-10549: Cannot perform block media recovery using a read-only plugged-in backup datafile.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform block media recovery using a backup of a read-only plugged-in datafile.
Action: Reattempt block media recovery using a backup taken after the plugged-in datafile has been converted to read/write.
ORA-10552: Inconsistent plug-in file string encountered during standby recovery
Cause: Standby recovery in read-only mode stopped and the database was closed because recovery encountered a plug-in file that was already converted.
Action: Try opening the database again or restart standby recovery.
ORA-10553: Incompatible UNTIL CONSISTENT clause
Cause: RECOVER UNTIL CONSISTENT required database-level recovery with a backup control file.
Action: Omit the UNTIL CONSISTENT clause and retry recovery.
ORA-10554: Media recovery failed to bring datafile string to a consistent point
Cause: Media recovery couldn’t recover database to a consistent point due to the specified datafile.
Action: Restore a backup of the datafile.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10458 to ORA-10554 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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