Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-31671 to ORA-31690

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ORA-31671: Worker process string had an unhandled exception.
Cause: A Data Pump process model worker process had an unhandled exception condition.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Check the trace log for the failed process to see if there is any information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31672: Worker process string died unexpectedly.
Cause: A Data Pump process model worker process died unexpectedly, so PMON is cleaning up the process.
Action: Check your system for problems. Check the trace file for the process, if one was created, for any additional information. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31673: worker process interrupt for normal exit by master process
Cause: A worker process was requested to clean up and exit because the master process is doing a normal exit.
Action: If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp). it means that the master process for the operation exited prematurely. Try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.

ORA-31674: worker process interrupt for unhandled exception in master process
Cause: A worker process was requested to clean up and exit because an unhandled exception occurred in the master process.
Action: If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), it means that the master process for the operation had an unhandled exception. Check the log file for the operaton and the trace file for the master process for any additional information. Try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31675: worker process interrupt for unexpected death of master process
Cause: A worker process was requested to clean up and exit (signaled by PMON, doing cleanup because the master process died unexpectedly).
Action: If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), it means that the master process for the operation died unexpectedly. Check the log file for the operaton and the trace file for the master process for any additional information. Try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31676: illegal value for number of workers, string
Cause: Called create worker processes with an illegal number of workers specified.
Action: Make sure that the number of workers value is greater than 0 and less than the maximum value for the platform (normally 32767). If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp) and you specified the parallel parameter, try the operation again with a smaller value for the parallel parameter. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31679: Table data object string has long columns, and longs can not be loaded/unloaded using a network link
Cause: Table data objects that contain long columns can not be selected over a network link.
Action: Export this table to a file and then import the same table from the file.

ORA-31686: error creating worker processes
Cause: Setup to create worker processes failed.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31687: error creating worker process string with worker id string
Cause: Attempt to create the listed worker process failed.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Check the trace log for the failed process to see if there is any information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31688: Worker process string failed during startup.
Cause: The worker process whose name is listed failed during startup.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Check the trace log for the failed process to see if there is any information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31689: illegal value for base worker id, string
Cause: Called create worker processes with an illegal base worker id value specified.
Action: Make sure that the base worker id value is greater than 0 and less than the maximum value for the platform (normally 32767). If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-31690: Process name buffer size must be specified and must be greater than 0.
Cause: Called get worker exception and either specified NULL or 0 for the buffer size argument.
Action: Be sure to specify a buffer size that is big enough to hold the worker process name (e.g. 30 bytes). If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-31671 to ORA-31690 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are atOracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database. Each Oracle Dabase 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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