Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-27017 to ORA-27026

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ORA-27017: skgfcls: media handle returned by sbtinfo exceeds max length(SSTMXQMH)
Cause: media handle string length exceeds SSTMXQMH
Action: verify that vendor’s storage subsystem product is operating correctly, and that the platform limit (SSTMXQMH) is atleast 64 (the limit specified for sbtinfo). additional information indicates the media handle string length returned by sbtinfo, and the limit (SSTMXQMH)
ORA-27018: BLKSIZE is not a multiple of the minimum physical block size
Cause: User-specified BLKSIZE (blocking factor) is not a multiple of the minimum block size that is permitted on this platform.
Action: Two ADDITIONAL INFORMATION messages are displayed which show the blocking factor provided by the user and the minimum physical block size. Specify a BLKSIZE that is an integral multiple of the minimum block size.
ORA-27019: tape filename length exceeds limit (SBTOPMXF)
Cause: length of tape filename provided to sequential I/O OSD functions is too long
Action: additional information indicates in which function this error is encountered, the length of filename provided, and the limit on filename

ORA-27020: named devices not supported
Cause: the platform or the specified device type does not support named devices
Action: do not specify device name or use a device type that supports named devices. Use V$BACKUP_DEVICE view to see what device types and names (if any) are available.
ORA-27021: sequential file handle must be specified
Cause: The filename which will be passed to sbtopen was not specified.
Action: Specify a filename and continue. If this is a backup set being created via Recovery Manager, use the ‘format’ option to specify the backup piece handle name.
ORA-27022: skgfqsbi: could not allocate memory for media manager
Cause: Oracle could not allocate memory required by the media management software which is linked with Oracle to provide backup/restore services.
Action: Increase the amount of memory available to the Oracle process and retry the backup/restore.

ORA-27023: skgfqsbi: media manager protocol error
Cause: The media management software which is linked with Oracle to provide backup/restore services did not provide its function pointer structure to Oracle.
Action: This is an internal error in the media management product. Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27024: skgfqsbi: sbtinit2 returned error
Cause: sbtinit2 returned an error. This happens during a backup or restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27025: skgfqsbi: invalid media manager context area size
Cause: The media management software requested a context area size which is greater than the maximum allowable size.
Action: This is an internal error in the media management product. Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27026: skgfrls: sbtend returned error
Cause: sbtend returned an error. This happens during a backup or restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-27017 to ORA-27026 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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