Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-32735 to ORA-32766

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ORA-32735: DIAG process is not running in the instance
Cause: DIAG process is not alive
Action: Check error in DIAG trace file and issue the command again when DIAG is restarted
ORA-32736: Hang analysis aborted due to wrong message type
Cause: DIAG received wrong message.
Action: Check DIAG trace files for errors.
ORA-32737: Hang analysis aborted due to failed memory allocation
Cause: DIAG couldn’t allocate buffer for remote copy.
Action: Check DIAG trace files for errors.

ORA-32738: Hang analysis aborted due to failed memory copy
Cause: DIAG couldn’t copy buffer to remote node.
Action: Check DIAG trace files for errors.
ORA-32739: Hang analysis aborted due to failed heap re-grow
Cause: DIAG couldn’t re-grow the heap for wait-for-graphs.
Action: Check DIAG trace files for errors.
ORA-32740: The requested operation cannot be proceeded
Cause: Operation was aborted because instance termination was in progress.
Action: Retry later after restarting the instance.

ORA-32741: Hang analysis already going on
Cause: Hang analysis was already in process globally or for the instance.
Action: Wait for the current operation to complete and re-run the command.
ORA-32742: Hang analysis initialize failed
Cause: Hang analyzer was not able to allocate memory to initialize.
Action: Check the trace files.
ORA-32743: command cannot be executed on remote instance
Cause: The database was not mounted in SHARED mode.
Action: Mount the database in SHARED mode.
ORA-32766: instr with negative offset: use varchar semantics on LOBs
Cause: The current varchar behavior is different. e.g. instr(‘abcd’, ‘cd’, -2, 1) returns 3, whereas instr(to_clob(‘abcd’), ‘cd’, -2, 1) returns 0, (i.e. no match), because the reverse search starts from offset -2, which points to ‘c’ and moving backward, i.e. ‘d’ is ignored. This is symmetric to instr(‘dcba’,’dc’,2,1), which returns 0.
Action: ORACLE uses the same varchar semantics on LOBs (instr). Using the same example, instr(to_clob(‘abcd’), ‘cd’, -2, 1) will return 3 as in the varchar case.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-32735 to ORA-32766 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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