Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19591 to ORA-19600

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ORA-19591: backup aborted because job time exceeded duration time
Cause: You tried to backup with duration option and the time provided was not sufficient to complete the backup.
Action: Adjust the duration time and re-run the command. Or run the backup command without duration option.
ORA-19592: wrong string conversation type
Cause: You attempted to specify a type of file to be backed-up or restored, but the current conversation cannot process this type of file. For example, you specified an archived log to be included in a datafile backup set. The specified file will not be included in the backup or restore operation.
Action: No action required – the conversation is still active, and more files can be specified.
ORA-19593: datafile number string already included as string
Cause: This datafile is already specified for inclusion in this backup or restore conversation. A backup or restore conversation may process only a single instance of a datafile.
Action: No action required – the conversation is still active, and more files can be specified.

ORA-19594: control file already included as string
Cause: The control file is already specified for inclusion in this backup or restore conversation. A backup or restore conversation may process only a single instance of the control file.
Action: No action required – the conversation is still active, and more files can be specified.
ORA-19595: archived log string already included in backup conversation
Cause: The indicated archived log has already been specified for inclusion in this backup conversation.
Action: No action required – the conversation is still active, and more files can be specified.
ORA-19596: SPFILE already included
Cause: The SPFILE is already specified for inclusion in this backup or restore conversation. A backup or restore conversation may process only a single instance of the SPFILE.
Action: No action required – the conversation is still active, and more files can be specified.

ORA-19597: file string block size string does not match set block size of string
Cause: A file was specified for inclusion in a backup set but it has a logical block size different from the rest of the files in the backup set. All files in a backup set must have the same logical block size.
Action: Specify a file that has the same block size as the rest of the files in the backup set. The conversation is still active and more files can be specified.
ORA-19598: can not backup SPFILE because the instance was not started with SPFILE
Cause: A backup command requested a backup of the SPFILE, but no SPFILE was used to startup the instance.
Action: Create an SPFILE and re-start the instance using the SPFILE.
ORA-19599: block number string is corrupt in string string
Cause: A corrupt block was found in a control file, archived log, or backup piece that is being read for a backup or copy. Corruption shall not be tolerated in control files, archived logs, or backup pieces.
Action: None. The copy or backup operation fails. Note that in the case of a backup set, the conversation is still active and the piece may be retried.
ORA-19600: input file is string string (string)
Cause: This message identifies the input file for a failed copy operation. Both the file number and name (if the name has been determined) are shown. For a datafile, the file number refers to the datafile’s absolute file number as shown in the DBA_DATA_FILES view. For a datafile copy, the file number refers to the copy’s control file record number as shown in the RECID column of the V$DATAFILE_COPY view. For an archived log, the file number refers to the log’s control file record number as shown in the RECID column of the V$ARCHIVED_LOG view.
Action: See other error message.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19591 to ORA-19600 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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