Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15555 to ORA-15564

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ORA-15555: workload replay client encountered unexpected error: “string”
Cause: Workload Replay Client encountered an unexpected error.
Action: Check the Workload Replay Client’s log files and the database server alert log to diagnose the problem.
ORA-15556: invalid input specified to the workload replay client
Cause: Invalid input was specified.
Action: Use the Workload Replay Client’s HELP=Y option to know more about valid input options.
ORA-15557: workload replay client cannot access the replay directory or the database version do not match the preprocessing one
Cause: The Workload Replay Client could not access the directory that contained the workload to be replayed, or the workload was preprocessed by a different version of the database.
Action: Restart the workload replay after specifying the correct replay directory, or preprocess it with the correct database.

ORA-15558: replay thread encountered unexpected error
Cause: A single replay thread got disconnected from the server due to an unexpected error.
Action: Check the Workload Replay Client’s log files and the database server alert log to diagnose the problem.
ORA-15559: workload replay client cannot open workload capture file
Cause: The Workload Replay Client could not access one or more workload capture files from the replay directory.
Action: Restart the workload replay after copying all the workload capture files to the replay directory.
ORA-15560: workload replay client cannot access the work directory
Cause: The Workload Replay Client could not access the work directory to write log files for debug information.
Action: Restart the Workload Replay Client after specifying the correct work directory.

ORA-15561: workload replay client cannot connect to the remapped connection with conn_id : string
Cause: The specified connection is invalid or the specified host is inaccessible.
Action: Test the specified connection using other methods and redefine the connection remapping, if necessary. Consult the view DBA_WORKLOAD_CONNECTION_MAP to inspect connection remappings.
ORA-15562: workload replay client cannot read the DBA_WORKLOAD_CONNECTION_MAP view
Cause: The DBA_WORKLOAD_CONNECTION_MAP view did not exist or was not accessible.
Action: Re-create the workload capture and replay views. For additional information, see the documentation.
ORA-15563: workload replay client cannot spawn new threads
Cause: The Workload Replay Client does not have enough resource (CPU or memory) to spawn new threads.
Action: Restart the workload replay after allocating more resource (CPU and memory) to the Workload Replay Client or use more hosts as replay clients to drive the workload.
ORA-15564: contents of the replay directory provided to the workload replay client do not match with the replay directory provided to the database server
Cause: The processed workload capture files given to the workload replay client directory did not match the contents of the replay directory given as input to DBMS_WORKLOAD_REPLAY.INITIALIZE_REPLAY.
Action: Provide the same processed workload capture files to both the database server and all the workload replay clients and restart the replay. If the same workload capture files were processed more than once, provide a copy of the latest processed workload capture files to all the workload replay clients and the database server.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15555 to ORA-15564 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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