Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-16132 to ORA-16145


ORA-16132: An error occurred during activation of the standby.
Cause: An error occurred during activation of the standby database following a Terminal Recovery.
Action: Check the standby alert log additional information.
ORA-16133: Datafile string has incorrect terminal recovery stamp.
Cause: After activation of a standby database following a terminal recovery (recovery of standby using current logs), recovery of a datafile from before the activation must have completed the same terminal recovery to avoid corruption.
Action: A backup of the datafile taken after the terminal recovery and before activating the standby must be used for recovery.
ORA-16134: invalid MANAGED recovery FINISH option
Cause: A mode other than NOWAIT follows the FINISH keyword in RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE statement.
Action: Specify either nothing or NOWAIT following FINISH.

ORA-16135: Invalid LOG_ARCHIVE_CONFIG modification while in protected mode
Cause: The LOG_ARCHIVE_CONFIG parameter can not be modified while any RAC instance is open in either maximum protection or maximum availability mode. Also, the parameter can not be modified in such way that would cause all destinations to fail while in maximum protection mode.
Action: Make the modification before the database is opened by any instance.
ORA-16136: Managed Standby Recovery not active
Cause: An attempt was made to cancel a managed recovery session but no managed recovery session was active.
Action: No action is necessary.
ORA-16138: end of log stream not received from primary
Cause: The standby system has not received notification that the primary system log stream has been terminated. A graceful switchover is not possible.
Action: Verify that the primary log stream has been terminated. Ensure that the standby has applied all necessary redo from the primary system and, if appropriate, reissue the graceful switchover command.

ORA-16139: media recovery required
Cause: An error has occurred while performing a switchover.
Action: If you were switching a primary database to the standby role, the conversion was successful, but one or more errors occurred after the conversion completed. See the alert log for more information. You can proceed with switching the target standby database to the primary role, but you must address the errors reported at the old primary database before it can protect the new primary database. If you encountered this error while switching a physical standby database to the primary role, the switchover did not succeed because additional redo must be applied. Verify that redo apply is active and wait until the SWITCHOVER_STATUS column of the V$DATABASE dynamic performance view reports TO_PRIMARY or SESSIONS_ACTIVE before retrying the switchover.
ORA-16140: standby online logs have not been recovered
Cause: The standby database has online logs containing redo that has not been recovered. Activating the standby would lose redo contained in the online logs.
Action: To recover the standby online logs issue the following command: ALTER DATABASE RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE FINISH. Then re-issue the ALTER DATABASE ACTIVATE STANDBY DATABASE command. To activate the standby without recovering the online logs, issue the following command: ALTER DATABASE ACTIVATE STANDBY DATABASE SKIP STANDBY LOGFILE.
ORA-16143: RFS connections not allowed during or after terminal recovery
Cause: An attempt was made, by an RFS process, to access a standby online log file during or after a terminal recovery.
Action: The primary must not attempt to archive to the standby after a terminal recovery.
ORA-16145: archival for thread# string sequence# string in progress
Cause: The indicated archived log file is not available for recovery due to the fact that it is still being archived.
Action: Verify that archival of the indicated log file has completed and reissue the RECOVER STANDBY DATABASE command.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-16132 to ORA-16145 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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