Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-16202 to ORA-16212

SQLServerF1

ORA-16202: Skip procedure requested to replace statement
Cause: Logical standby called a skip procedure that requested for a particular statement to be replaced with a new statement.
Action: No action necessary, this informational statement is provided to record the event for diagnostic purposes.
ORA-16203: Unable to interpret skip procedure return values
Cause: The skip procedure returned conflicting or invalid values.
Action: Ensure that the new_statement output parameter is non-NULL when returning DBMS_LOGSTDBY.SKIP_ACTION_REPLACE and NULL otherwise. Also ensure SKIP_ACTION is specified correctly.
ORA-16204: DDL successfully applied
Cause: A DDL statement has successfully commited on the logical standby database.
Action: No action necessary, this informational statement is provided to record the event for diagnostic purposes.

ORA-16205: DDL skipped due to skip setting
Cause: A setting in the logical standby skip table indicates that this type of DDL should always be skipped.
Action: No action necessary, this informational statement is provided to record the event for diagnostic purposes.
ORA-16206: database already configured as Logical Standby database
Cause: This database has been previously configured as a Logical Standby database. A Logical Standby database is not capable of processing the requested operation.
Action: Ensure that you entered the command on the correct database as this database is a Logical Standby and is not capable of servicing the request.
ORA-16207: Logical standby dictionary build not permitted.
Cause: A dictionary build is currently in progress. Only one build can be active at a time.
Action: Wait for the active build to complete before invoking a new build.

ORA-16208: Logical standby dictionary build failed to start.
Cause: Failure to start the logical standby dictionary build process (LSP1)
Action: Check the accompanying messages, and the background process trace file. Correct the problem mentioned in the messages. Then shut down and restart the instance. If the trace file mentions any other background process messages, check the trace file for the mentioned process until the root message is found.
ORA-16209: Logical standby dictionary build failed to complete.
Cause: The logical standby dictionary build process terminated abnormally.
Action: Check the accompanying messages, and the background process trace file. Correct the problem mentioned in the messages. Then shut down and restart the instance. If the trace file mentions any other background process messages, check the trace file for the mentioned process until the root message is found.
ORA-16210: Logical standby coordinator process terminated with error
Cause: The logical standby coordinator process terminated abnormally.
Action: Check the accompanying messages, and the background process trace file. Correct the problem mentioned in the messages. Then shut down and restart the instance. If the trace file mentions any other background process messages, check the trace file for the mentioned process until the root message is found.
ORA-16211: unsupported record found in the archived redo log
Cause: Log apply services encountered a record in the archived redo log that could not be interpreted.
Action: 1. Use DBMS_LOGSTDBY.INSTANTIATE_TABLE to re-create the table on the standby database or simply drop the table if it’s unimportant.
2. ALTER DATABASE START LOGICAL STANDBY APPLY;

3. Examine the current_scn column in the DBA_LOGSTDBY_EVENTS view to determine which log file contains the unsupported record.

4. Provide the log file to Oracle Support Services.

ORA-16212: number of processes specified for SQL Apply is too great
Cause: Logical standby apply engine was started with more processes requested than are available.
Action: Adjust the values of the initialization parameters PROCESSES or the MAX_SERVERS parameter seen in the DBA_LOGSTDBY_PARAMETERS view. If you did not specify MAX_SERVERS, but instead specified PREPARE_SERVERS and APPLY_SERVERS through the dbms_logstdby.apply_set procedure, you will need to decrease either one or both of them.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-16202 to ORA-16212 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.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
Information about Oracle Database Error Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *