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Messages Manual
Release 9.2.0
March 2002
Part No. A96671-01
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual, Release 9.2.0
Part No. A96671-01
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Contents
Send Us Your Comments .................................................................................................................. vii
Preface............................................................................................................................................................ ix
1
Interpreting Error Messages
Sorting Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages ..............................................................................
Message Prefixes...........................................................................................................................
Other Oracle Message Prefixes ...................................................................................................
Contacting Oracle Support Services ...............................................................................................
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2 Software Developer Kit (SDK) Messages
EmSDK-1000 to EmSDK-1999 Messages........................................................................................ 2-1
3 Oracle Trace Messages
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages .................................................................................................. 3-2
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages ............................................................................ 3-10
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Agent Messages
NMS-00000 to NMS-00050: Agent Configuration and Startup ..................................................
NMS-00051 to NMS-00075: Agent Logging Messages.................................................................
NMS-00200 to NMS-00250: Database Subagent ...........................................................................
NMS-00250 to NMS-00275: Subagent Logging Messages...........................................................
NMS-00301 to NMS-00350: Agent Operation Messages .............................................................
4-1
4-5
4-6
4-8
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NMS-00351 to NMS-00360: Encryption of Agent Files ..............................................................
NMS-00361 to NMS-00370: Unsolicited Event Executable .......................................................
NMS-00600 to NMS-00799: Jobs and Events................................................................................
NMS-00900 to NMS-00999: Agent Logging Messages ...............................................................
NMS-01000 to NMS-01099: Agent Error Messages.....................................................................
NMS-01200 to NMS-01999: Internal Agent Error Messages .....................................................
NMS-05000 to NMS-05999 Agent Errors of the Console ...........................................................
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4-11
4-12
4-13
4-13
4-15
4-19
4-20
Oracle Management Object Messages
OMO-1000 to OMO-1999 Messages ................................................................................................ 5-1
6 Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages.............................................................................................. 6-1
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Spatial Index Analyzer Messages
SDOA-2000 to SDOA-2499 Messages ............................................................................................. 7-1
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages .............................................................................................. 7-3
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Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework Messages
VDE-1000 to VDE- 1999 Messages ...................................................................................................
VDI-0000 to VDI-0499 Messages......................................................................................................
VDN-4500 to VDN-4999 Messages ..................................................................................................
VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages ...................................................................................
VDR-7000 to VDR-7499 Messages ...................................................................................................
VDU-6000 to VDU-6499 Messages...................................................................................................
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8-3
8-3
8-3
8-5
8-6
Index Tuning Wizard Messages
VDKBITW-1000 to VDKBITW-1008: Messages ............................................................................ 9-1
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Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Error Messages
VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages ....................................................................................... 10-1
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Oracle Top Sessions Messages
VMS-00001 to VMS-00004: Critical Error Messages................................................................... 11-1
VMS-01000 to VMS-01016: Not-So-Critical Error Messages .................................................... 11-2
VMS-02000 to VMS-02009: Informational Messages ................................................................. 11-5
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Agent Gateway Messages
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages.................................................................................................... 12-1
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Console Messages
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127: Generic Console Messages ..................................................................
VTCE-1232 to VTCE-1237: Event Management Messages........................................................
VTCV-1343 to VTCV-1344: User Manager Component Messages ..........................................
VTCX-1337 to VTCX-1350: Job and Event Management Messages .......................................
VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages....................................................................................
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13-5
13-6
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Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages ................................................................................................. 14-1
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Oracle Management Server Messages (Client Tier)
VTK-1000 to VTK-1999 Messages.................................................................................................. 15-1
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Oracle Performance Manager Messages
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages ................................................................................................ 16-1
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Oracle Capacity Planner Messages
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages ................................................................................................... 17-1
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Change Management Pack Command Line Interface Messages
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages..................................................................................... 18-1
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Oracle Management Server Messages
VXA-1000 to VXA-2999 Messages.................................................................................................. 19-1
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Naming Service Messages
VXN-1000 to VXN-1999 Messages ................................................................................................. 20-1
Index
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Preface
Purpose of this Manual
Oracle Enterprise Manager is a system management tool which provides an
integrated solution for managing your heterogeneous environment. The product
combines a graphical console, agents, common services, and tools to provide an
integrated, comprehensive systems management platform for managing Oracle
products.
This manual provides probable causes and recommended actions for error
messages generated by Oracle® Enterprise Manager and its components, including
the separately licensable Management Packs.
Audience
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual is written for those who use Oracle
Enterprise Manager to perform system administration tasks and who are familiar
with the tasks they wish to perform. If you are not familiar with database
administration tasks, refer to the Oracle Server documentation set.
If you have not read the Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide, it is recommend that
you do so since there are chapters which describe the basic responsibilities of a
database administrator.
This manual also assumes that you are familiar with your operating system. If
necessary, refer to your operating system documentation.
For an overview of Oracle Enterprise Manager, see the Oracle Enterprise
Manager Concepts Guide and the Oracle Enterprise Manager Quick Tour.
Note:
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How This Manual Is Organized
All error messages documented in this manual contain prefixes consisting of three
or more letters and a number, for example:
VNI-2002: File operation error
Error messages in this manual are listed alphabetically by message prefix and
numerically by message number within each chapter. Each chapter covers one or
more prefix. Messages can be found by searching for them alphabetically in the
manual, or by looking in the Index.
Using This Manual
This manual and other Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation are designed to
be used closely with the Oracle Server documentation set. While the Oracle
Enterprise Manager documentation set explains how to perform database
administration tasks using Oracle Enterprise Manager, the Oracle Server
documentation set describes the reasons for and the implications of performing
these tasks. It is recommended that you refer to the Oracle Server documentation set
while using Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Documentation
The following is a list of the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation:
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The Oracle Enterprise Manager Readme provides important notes regarding
updates to the software and other late-breaking information.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator’s Guide explains how to use Oracle
Enterprise Manager’s console, common services, and database administration
tools.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide provides an overview of Oracle
Enterprise Manager, its architecture, and components.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide explains how to configure and
start Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Oracle Change Management Pack Documentation
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The Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack manual provides an
overview of the concepts and features of the Oracle Change Management Pack
application.
Oracle Diagnostics Pack Documentation
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The Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack provides overview information on
using the Oracle Diagnostics Pack.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Trace User’s Guide explains how to use the
Oracle Trace application to capture and use historical data to monitor Oracle
databases.
Oracle Tuning Pack Documentation
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The Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack guide provides information
about how to tune your system optimally with Oracle Tuning Pack and its
components.
Oracle Standard Management Pack Documentation
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The Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack guide provides
information about the concepts and features of Oracle Standard Management
Pack.
Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications Documentation
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The Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications guide
provides information about the concepts and features of the Management Pack
for Oracle Applications.
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Documentation
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The Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Readme provides important notes
regarding the Management Pack for SAP R/3 documentation, updates to the
software, and other late-breaking information.
The Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 guide provides
information about the concepts and features of the Management Pack for SAP
R/3.
The Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Installation provides information about
installing the Management Pack for SAP R/3.
In addition to the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation set, extensive on-line
help is provided for components in Oracle Enterprise Manager.
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Interpreting Error Messages
This chapter provides general information and helpful tips about using this guide
for interpreting Oracle Enterprise Manager error messages. The following topics are
discussed in this chapter:
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Sorting Oracle Enterprise Manager messages
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Calling Oracle Support Services
Important: For information on the specific Oracle server releases supported by
Oracle Enterprise Manager and its components, see the Oracle Enterprise Manager
Configuration Guide.
Sorting Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages
This manual discusses specific messages for the Oracle Enterprise Manager
Console, its common services, and integrated applications. This manual also covers
messages for the separately licensable Management Packs.
Interpreting Error Messages
1-1
Sorting Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages
Message Prefixes
In this manual, messages are sorted in alphabetical order by message prefix, and
each chapter covers messages of one or more types of prefixes. The prefix of a
message indicates the Oracle Enterprise Manager facility that generated the
message. The following table lists these facilities.
Table 1–1 Message Prefixes
Prefixes Beginning With: Facility
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EmSDK
Software Developer Kit (SDK) Messages
EPC
Oracle Trace Messages
OMO
Oracle Management Object Messages
ODG
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
SDO
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages
VD. . .
Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework Messages
VDKBITW
Index Tuning Wizard Messages
VMS
Oracle Top Sessions Messages
VNI
Agent Gateway Messages
VTC. . .
Console Messages
VTD
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
VTK
Oracle Management Server Messages (Client Tier)
VTM
Oracle Performance Manager Messages
VTP
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages
VTZCLI
Change Management Pack Command Line Interface
Messages
VXA
Oracle Management Server Messages
VXN
Naming Service Messages
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
Sorting Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages
Other Oracle Message Prefixes
There are other Oracle messages that you may encounter when using Oracle
Enterprise Manager. When you see prefixes that are not listed in this manual, check
the specific manuals that discuss messages with those prefixes, as follows:
Table 1–2 Other Oracle Message Prefixes
Prefixes
Manuals
TNS
The error message is generated by an Oracle network product.
These errors are documented in the Oracle9i Database Error
Messages manual.
NMC
The error message is generated by the Oracle Network
Manager. The prefix “NMO” indicates error messages
generated by the network object layer of the Network
Manager. The prefix “NMR” is for messages generated from
the ROS file level of the Network Manager. These errors are
documented in the Oracle9i Database Error Messages manual.
NNO
The error messages are generated by a Names server. The
prefix “NNC” is for error messages generated by an Oracle
Names client and for error messages common to both server
and client. The prefix “NNL” is for error messages generated
by the Oracle Names Control utility. These errors are
documented in the Oracle9i Database Error Messages manual.
NMP
The error messages are generated by the Network
Management Protocol, the part of the Names server that
handles SNMP queries. The “NPL” prefix precedes error
messages generated by the Network Presentation Layer
component of the Names server. Network Management
Protocol and Network Presentation Layer error messages are
typically not visible to the user. These errors are documented in
the Oracle9i Database Error Messages manual.
ORA
This generic prefix is returned by all Oracle applications. These
errors are documented in the Oracle9i Database Error Messages
manual.
Interpreting Error Messages
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Contacting Oracle Support Services
Contacting Oracle Support Services
Some error message actions recommend contacting Oracle Support Services to
report an error. When contacting Oracle Support Services, prepare the following:
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Have at hand the hardware, operating system, and release number of the
operating system on which your application(s) is running.
Have at hand the release numbers of all the Oracle Enterprise Manager
products involved in the current problem.
If you encountered one or more error codes or messages, have ready the exact
message prefixes and numbers and message texts in the order they appeared.
Provide a number representing the severity of the problem according to the
following codes:
1 = Program not usable - critical impact on operations.
2 = Program usable. Operations severely restricted.
3 = Program usable with limited functions - not critical to overall operations.
4 = Problem circumvented by customer - minimal effect, if any, on operations.
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Provide a description of the problem, including any unusual conditions.
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You will also be asked for your:
Name
Company name
Company’s Oracle customer support ID (CSI) number
Phone number
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Contacting Oracle Support Services
Table 1–3 Preparation Checklist
Information Needed
Fill In
Applications
Hardware:
Operating system:
Release number of the operating system:
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Release numbers:
Messages
Message prefixes:
Message numbers:
Order they appeared:
Severity of the Problem
Number representing the severity:
1 = Program not usable - critical impact on operations.
2 = Program usable. Operations severely restricted.
3 = Program usable with limited functions - not critical to
overall operations.
4 = Problem circumvented by customer - minimal effect, if
any, on operations.
Problem Description
Customer Information
Name:
Company name:
Company’s Oracle customer support ID (CSI) number:
Phone number:
Interpreting Error Messages
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Contacting Oracle Support Services
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Software Developer Kit (SDK) Messages
EmSDK-1000 to EmSDK-1999 Messages
EmSDK-1000: critical error reading client registry. Aborting
Cause: The logon dialog failed to initialize.
Action: The ClientConfig.properties file on the client system is possibly
corrupt. Rename the ClientConfig.properties file and restart the Console. A new
properties file will be created.
EmSDK-1002: system registry in Oracle Management Server
Cause: The registry object could not be bound.
Action: The repository for the Oracle Management Server containing registry
entries is corrupt. Re-run the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant and
recreate the repository.
Software Developer Kit (SDK) Messages
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EmSDK-1000 to EmSDK-1999 Messages
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Oracle Trace Messages
This chapter contains probable causes and corrective actions for error messages
with the following prefixes:
Messages
Page
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
3-2
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
3-10
Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace
When contacting Oracle Support Services about Oracle Trace, you must have the
following information available:
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Version of Oracle Trace being used.
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If an error occurred for a database collection, specify that database version.
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Version of Oracle Intelligent Agent.
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Operating system and version being used, for both the client and server.
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Operation being performed when the error occurred; steps to reproduce error.
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Any further details for the error if logged to EPC_ERROR.LOG and information
in the Oracle Trace Manager logging window.
Configuration information, for example, are there one or more ORACLE_
HOMES present? Are there one or more databases present?
Were collection .cdf and .dat files created? If so, what are their sizes?
Oracle Trace Messages
3-1
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
The following error messages are a subset of the Oracle Trace Collection Services
messages that you may see in the context of the Oracle Trace Manager. For a full
listing of the Oracle Trace Collection Services messages, refer to Oracle9i Database
Error Messages.
EPC-00020: Oracle Trace cannot access memory
Cause: This error indicates that Oracle Trace is unable to extend the size of one
of its memory mapped administrative .dat files, when the file has become full.
This is only a Windows NT issue. On other platforms, the files are extended as
needed with no user action needed.
Action: Wait for currently running Oracle Trace collections to be completed
before freeing up space on the *.dat files. If no Oracle Trace collections are
running (and Oracle database processes are no longer attached to the files), then
run the otrccref image to create new, empty .dat files, and if desired, specify
larger file sizes when otrccref is run, for example, otrccref -f200 -c32 -r400.
EPC-00046: general error message
Cause: Typically this error is returned through Oracle Trace Manager when an
underlying error value is out of range of values handled. Under unusual
conditions, it may also be used to report an error for which cause could not be
determined.
Action: Look for error details, if any, in the EPC_ERROR.LOG file, and find
cause/action descriptions for those errors. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support
Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About
Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00055: error opening data collection file
Cause: Oracle Trace encountered an error while attempting to open the data
collection file (.dcf).
Action: Verify that collection files exist and check file protections. Otherwise,
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
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EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00056: error opening collection definition file
Cause: Oracle Trace encountered an error while attempting to open the
collection definition file (.cdf).
Action: Verify that the collection’s collection definition file (.cdf) exists and
check file protections. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. See the
section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on
page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00063: error reading product definition file
Cause: An error was encountered while trying to read the product definition
file (.fdf) specified, for example, on the epc_collect call.
Action: Verify that the product definition file exists and check file protections.
Also check directory protections, definition for ORACLE_HOME, and Oracle
Trace parameter settings. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. See the
section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on
page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00064: error creating data collection file
Cause: An error was encountered while trying to create the data collection file
(.dcf).
Action: Check protection settings on the Oracle Trace admin/cdf directory.
Also check the definition for ORACLE_HOME and Oracle Trace parameter
settings. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
EPC-00065: error creating collection definition file
Cause: An error was encountered while creating the specified collection
definition file (.cdf).
Action: Check protection settings on the Oracle Trace admin/cdf directory.
Also check the definition for ORACLE_HOME and Oracle Trace parameter
settings. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
Oracle Trace Messages
3-3
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00066: error writing collection definition file
Cause: An error was encountered while writing to the specified collection
definition file (.cdf).
Action: Check that there is enough disk space and that file protections are
correct. Also check directory protections, definition for ORACLE_HOME, and
Oracle Trace parameter settings. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services.
See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace"
on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00067: error opening product definition file
Cause: An error was encountered while opening the product definition file.
Action: Verify that the product definition file (.fdf) exists and if so, check file
protections. Also check directory protections, definition for ORACLE_HOME,
and Oracle Trace parameter settings. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support
Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About
Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00084: file memory mapping failed
Cause: Most often this indicates that a mismatch exists between Oracle Trace
Collection Services and other components (for example, database server
version). Memory mapping of Oracle Trace admin .dat files can also generate
errors if files are not located on a locally mounted disk device.
Action: Refer to the Oracle Trace documentation or contact Oracle Support
Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About
Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00087: beginning CLI job
Cause: This condition is used to signal the beginning of an Oracle Trace CLI job
(that is, executed by the Oracle Intelligent Agent on behalf of Oracle Trace). It is
not an error.
Action: None. For Oracle Server release 7.3.3 the error message read "Cannot
allocate process record in PRO file." This often occurs in conjunction with error
EPC-00084.
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EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00116: collection already exists in collect.dat file
Cause: The collection name has already been used and currently exists in the
Oracle Trace admin collect.dat file. If the collection is inactive, this record will
eventually be discarded.
Action: Specify a new collection name or force clean up of Oracle Trace admin
.dat files by executing the otrccref image (once all processes have detached from
these files).
EPC-00133: completed CLI job
Cause: This condition is used to signal the completion of an Oracle Trace CLI
job (that is, executed by Oracle Intelligent Agent on behalf of Oracle Trace). It is
not an error.
Action: None.
EPC-00146: " "
Cause: Used by Oracle Trace command-line interpreter (CLI); part of normal,
successful Oracle Trace job output.
Action: None required.
EPC-00148: collection status is: active
Cause: This is a success return status for the Oracle Trace CLI "check collection"
operation, assuming the specified collection exists and is active.
Action: None required.
EPC-00149: collection status is: not active
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00150: collection status is: undefined
Cause: This is an Oracle Trace internal error. It should never be returned.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting
Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional
information.
EPC-00151: deleted collection definition and data collection files
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
Oracle Trace Messages
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EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00157: collection started
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00158: collection completed
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00159: user name or password (or service name) not supplied
Cause: For Oracle database access, for example, to format Oracle Trace data,
the user must supply a valid database account user name, password, and
database service name to form a complete Oracle database connect string.
Action: Supply the missing connect string component.
EPC-00169: error deleting collection definition file
Cause: Signaled by Oracle Trace CLI if an error occurred while attempting to
delete a collection’s .cdf file, most likely caused by file not existing (that is,
already deleted), or file protection; or file may still be held by one or more
processes that took part in the Oracle Trace collection, that is, database
processes.
Action: Verify that the file exists; fix protection if necessary. If database
processes have the file held open, wait for the processes to release the files (on
the next database action for each process).
EPC-00170: error deleting collection data file
Cause: Signaled by Oracle Trace CLI if an error occurred while attempting to
delete a collection’s .dat file, most likely caused by file not existing (that is,
already deleted), or file protection; or file may still be held by one or more
processes that took part in the Oracle Trace collection, that is database
processes.
Action: Verify that the file exists; fix protection if necessary. If database
processes have the file held open, wait for the processes to release the files (on
the next database action for each process).
EPC-00173: command-line argument list parse failed
Cause: This is an Oracle Trace internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting
Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional
information.
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EPC-00175: Oracle Trace CLI otrccol image not found or not executable
Cause: The Oracle Trace CLI image otrccol does not exist in ORACLE_
HOME/bin, or access to it is denied.
Action: If the image exists, set protection to allow execution. If the image does
not exist, check with the person responsible for Oracle installations on that
system. If you have multiple ORACLE_HOME definitions, verify that the
correct ORACLE_HOME is being used. Otherwise, call Oracle Support Services.
See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace"
on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00176: format completed
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00177: format started
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00179: collection stopped by user action or maximum file size (or error)
Cause: This message indicates that the user has explicitly stopped a collection
before its scheduled completion, or the collection has been terminated due to
specified maximum file size having been reached (or a full disk), or some error
condition has forced the collection to stop.
Action: If the user did not stop the collection, check disk use. Check maximum
file size in init.ora file or Oracle Trace Manager. Otherwise, contact Oracle
Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services
About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00180: deletion of formatted data started
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
EPC-00181: deletion of formatted data completed
Cause: This is a success message.
Action: None required.
Oracle Trace Messages
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EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages
EPC-00182: OCI database access error occurred
Cause: Error occurred during Oracle Trace CLI database access.
Action: See EPC_ERROR.LOG file for additional failure information and error
messages. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services. See the
section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on
page 3-1 for additional information.
EPC-00186: error starting collection
Cause: An error occurred in setting the collection status to active in the
collect.dat file. This is an Oracle Trace internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting
Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional
information.
EPC-00189: active collection limit exceeded
Cause: The maximum number of collections for this product was exceeded.
The current maximum is 5 collections.
Action: Retry the collection later.
EPC-00235: data collection file filename.dat not found
Cause: The data file could not be found, probably because it was deleted and
no longer exists.
Action: No action required.
EPC-00236: collection definition file filename.cdf not found
Cause: The collection definition file (.cdf) could not be found, or could not be
accessed due to file protection.
Action: No action required if the .cdf file no longer exists. If the .cdf file exists,
verify the file protections.
EPC-00308: error executing Oracle statement
Cause: This is an Oracle Trace internal error. It should never be returned.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting
Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional
information.
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EPC-00309: error parsing SQL statement
Cause: This error is typically seen during the format of Oracle Trace data into a
database. This error indicates that format tables may not exist in the database or
current format table definitions are out of sync with an Oracle Trace image
trying to perform the format operation. Oracle Trace releases 7.3.4 and 8.0.4
(and higher) are able to create and update metadata describing format tables
automatically but older versions do not have this ability.
Action: If necessary, update the Oracle Trace format table definitions in the
target database by running the Oracle Trace formatter SQL scripts. However, it
may be necessary to use a different database and or database user account for
formatted data in the situation where a newer version of Oracle Trace has
already formatted data to a database or database user account. Incompatible
older Oracle Trace versions will never be able to format to this same database or
database user account due to format table differences. See the Oracle Enterprise
Manager Oracle Trace User’s Guide for the explanation about the otrcfmt image.
EPC-00344: no new data to format; exiting
Cause: An attempt was made to format a data file that contains no new data.
Action: No action required.
EPC-00349: error starting or stopping Oracle7 database collection
Cause: There are several causes for this error.
Action: Refer to the EPC_ERROR.LOG for the specific error number.
EPC-00350: aborting format of collection_id ID; delete from database and
reformat
Cause: There are several causes for this message. It could be just an
informational message and not an error message if the user canceled the Format
operation.
Action: Check the EPC_ERROR.LOG for other underlying error messages, for
example, failure to resolve database service name supplied to the formatter.
(This could mean that the TNSNAMES.ORA file on the local node where the
format code is executing does not contain an entry for the specified format
database.) If the collection ID given in the error message is less than 0, then
format processing probably did not get as far as accessing the format database.
Retry the Format command and specify the -f parameter (that is, full rather than
partial format) to reformat data that had already been formatted before the
abort took place.
Oracle Trace Messages
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EPC-00351: format canceled by user
Cause: The Oracle Trace Format operation was stopped.
Action: No action required.
EPC-00352: file already exists; select a new name
Cause: The file name specified already exists.
Action: Supply a new file name, that is, collection name.
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
The following error messages are generated by Oracle Trace Manager.
EPCW-00001: Database error. %s
Cause: A problem was encountered while accessing the database.
Action: Depends on additional information supplied in the error message
itself. Run the Oracle Trace log window or look in the Oracle Enterprise
Manager Job output window for more detail.
EPCW-00002: Error starting new collection.
Cause: A problem was encountered while trying to submit a job to Oracle
Enterprise Manager.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Intelligent Agent are
running on the target node. Also, verify that you have set the Oracle Enterprise
Manager preferences for the node specified. Attempt to use Oracle Enterprise
Manager to submit a test job to the node in question.
EPCW-00003: Error creating collection input file.
Cause: A problem was encountered while creating or writing to the collection’s
input file.
Action: Verify that the Oracle Enterprise Manager preferences node connection
specified for the target node has permission to write to the Oracle Trace
admin/cdf directory in the ORACLE_HOME. Verify that adequate free disk
space is available.
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EPCW-00004: Error opening collection script file. %s
Cause: A problem was encountered while trying to find the Oracle Trace job tcl
file.
Action: Verify that you have file-read access to the ORACLE_HOME you are
using. If you do have file-read access, run Oracle Trace Manager with the
logging option and review the log information. If the information logged does
not indicate the problem, save the logged text and contact Oracle Support
Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About
Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00005: Error accessing Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery cache.
Cause: A problem was encountered while accessing the Oracle Enterprise
Manager discovery cache.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager is running and that the version
is compatible with the version of Oracle Trace. If necessary, restart Oracle
Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace.
EPCW-00006: Error registering Oracle Trace for status change notifications.
Cause: A problem was encountered while trying to register the Oracle Trace
active object.
Action: Verify that the Oracle Trace registry entries are correct. If the entries are
not correct, reinstall Oracle Trace.
EPCW-00007: Warning. The destination database is unknown to Oracle Enterprise
Manager.
Cause: The database specified by the user was not found in the Oracle
Enterprise Manager discovery cache.
Action: None. This is a warning.
EPCW-00008: You must supply a database.
Cause: Database name required by user, but was not supplied.
Action: Enter a database name.
EPCW-00009: You must supply a username.
Cause: Username required by user, but was not supplied.
Action: Enter a username.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-11
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-00010: You must supply a password.
Cause: Password required by user, but was not supplied.
Action: Enter a password.
EPCW-00011: Error initializing Oracle Trace. Oracle Enterprise Manager is not
running.
Cause: Oracle Enterprise Manager must be running.
Action: Start Oracle Enterprise Manager and restart Oracle Trace.
EPCW-00012: Error connecting to Oracle Trace repository tables.
Cause: Error connecting to the Oracle Trace repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server is running. Verify that the version of Oracle
Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace are compatible. If there is still a problem,
restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace
with the logging option. Review the log information. If the information logged
does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and contact Oracle Support
Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About
Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00013: Error performing Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery.
Cause: A problem was encountered during Oracle Enterprise Manager
discovery.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery is still functioning
correctly. If it is, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and
run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If the
information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
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EPCW-00014: Error communicating with Oracle Enterprise Manager console.
Cause: A problem was encountered while communicating with Oracle
Enterprise Manager by way of OLE. Possibly, an incompatible version of the
Oracle Enterprise Manager console is loaded.
Action: Check that the versions of Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace
match. If they do, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and
run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If the
information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00015: OLE initialization failed. Verify that the OLE libraries are the
correct version.
Cause: Bad versions of OLE DLL’s.
Action: Reinstall the Oracle Trace product.
EPCW-00016: Error communicating with Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery
cache.
Cause: A problem was encountered during Oracle Trace discovery.
Action: Check that the versions of Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace
match. If they do, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and
run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If the
information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00017: Close the Progress window and discard status messages?
Cause: Prompt to stop Oracle Trace discovery.
Action: None.
EPCW-00018: Failed to start collection %s. %s
Cause: Start collection failed. Occurs in combination with server errors.
Action: Look for additional errors in the Oracle Trace logging window and the
Oracle Enterprise Manager Job output window. These errors may help identify
the problems.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-13
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-00019: Failed to stop collection %s. %s
Cause: A problem was encountered while stopping a collection. Occurs in
combination with server errors.
Action: Look for additional errors in the Oracle Trace logging window and the
Oracle Enterprise Manager Job output window. These errors may help identify
the problems.
EPCW-00020: Error displaying Navigator data.
Cause: A problem was encountered while displaying information in the
Navigator.
Action: Refresh the screen or restart Oracle Trace Manager.
EPCW-00021: Oracle Enterprise Manager is not running. Only Product file
editing will be enabled.
Cause: Oracle Enterprise Manager is not running but user specified
administration mode on the command line.
Action: None. Only Product create or edit will be enabled for the user.
EPCW-00022: Unable to load the Oracle Trace Resource DLL.Oracle Trace was
unable to find the language specific resource DLL.
Action: Assuming a correct installation, this is an internal problem. Contact
Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support
Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00023: Error displaying Navigator data.
Cause: Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery error.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery is still functioning
correctly. If it is, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and
run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If the
information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00024: You must specify at least one Event Set.
Cause: At least one event set must be specified in the Collection wizard.
Action: Specify at least one event set in the Collection wizard.
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EPCW-00025: A Duration must be specified.
Cause: A duration must be specified in the Collection wizard.
Action: Specify a duration in the Collection wizard.
EPCW-00026: No Oracle Trace nodes have been discovered. Would you like to
perform Oracle Trace discovery?
Cause: If no nodes have been discovered, prompts user to perform discovery at
product startup.
Action: Perform product discovery to avoid receiving this message again.
EPCW-00027: Oracle Trace is already running.
Cause: Only one instance of Oracle Trace can run on a client.
Action: Do not attempt to run more than one instance of Oracle Trace on the
client.
EPCW-00028: Failed to format collection %s. %s
Cause: Either a collection job failed during auto-format or a stand-alone format
job failed.
Action: Verify that valid preferred credentials were supplied for the format
operation. Also, verify that a tnsnames entry for the destination node exists for
the server where the collection occurred. Retry the format. If it still fails, restart
both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace with
the logging option. Review the Oracle Trace log information and the Oracle
Enterprise Manager Job output. If the information logged does not indicate the
problem, save the logged text and contact Oracle Support Services. See the
section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on
page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00029: Close the Progress window and discard status messages?
Cause: User is attempting to terminate the deletion of collection files.
Action: Press appropriate button.
EPCW-00030: Close the Progress window and discard status messages?
Cause: User is attempting to terminate the deletion of a collection’s formatted
data.
Action: Press appropriate button.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-15
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-00031: Error trying to get Oracle Enterprise Manager version.
Cause: A problem was encountered while retrieving the current version from
Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager discovery is still functioning
correctly. If it is, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Trace, and
run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If the
information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00032: Error trying to read the Oracle Trace version from the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Cause: A problem was encountered while attempting to read the current
version from the Oracle Trace repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server containing your Oracle Enterprise Manager
repository is working correctly. If it is, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager
and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log
information. If the information logged does not indicate the problem, save the
logged text and contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
EPCW-00033: Oracle Trace is not compatible with Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Cause: The database versions of Oracle Trace and Oracle Enterprise Manager
are incompatible.
Action: Upgrade the Oracle Trace repository tables.
EPCW-00034: This version of Oracle Trace is not compatible with your Oracle
Trace repository tables.
Cause: The Oracle Trace version is out of sync with the Oracle Enterprise
Manager repository.
Action: Run the SQL command: Select * from epc_cli_version; to identify the
version of the Oracle Trace repository tables. If the version of Oracle Trace is
newer than the version of your Oracle Trace repository tables, upgrade the
Oracle Trace repository tables. An older version of Oracle Trace will not work
with a repository created or upgraded to a newer version.
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EPCW-00035: Error inserting data into Oracle Trace repository tables.
Cause: Oracle Trace Manager was unable to insert data into the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server containing your Oracle Enterprise Manager
repository is functioning correctly. Verify that the version of Oracle Trace you
are using matches the version of your repository. If the version of Oracle Trace
matches the version of the repository, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager
and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log
information. If the information logged does not indicate the problem, save the
logged text and contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
EPCW-00036: Error updating data in Oracle Trace repository tables.
Cause: Oracle Trace Manager was unable to update data into the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server containing your Oracle Enterprise Manager
repository is functioning correctly. Verify that the version of Oracle Trace you
are using matches the version of your repository. If the version of Oracle Trace
matches the version of the repository, save the text from the error message box
and contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00037: Error deleting data from Oracle Trace repository tables.
Cause: Oracle Trace Manager was unable to delete data from the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server containing your Oracle Enterprise Manager
repository is functioning correctly. Verify that the version of Oracle Trace you
are using matches the version of your repository. If the version of Oracle Trace
matches the version of the repository, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager
and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log
information. If the information logged does not indicate the problem, save the
logged text and contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-17
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-00038: Error selecting data from Oracle Trace repository tables.
Cause: Oracle Trace Manager was unable to select data from the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Action: Verify that the server containing your Oracle Enterprise Manager
repository is functioning correctly. Verify that the version of Oracle Trace you
are using matches the version of your repository. If the version of Oracle Trace
matches the version of the repository, restart both Oracle Enterprise Manager
and Oracle Trace, and run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log
information. If the information logged does not indicate the problem, save the
logged text and contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled
"Contacting Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for
additional information.
EPCW-00039: Collection name cannot exceed 16 characters.
Cause: A collection name cannot exceed 16 characters.
Action: Modify the collection name so that it is not greater than 16 characters.
EPCW-00040: Collection name must be unique.
Cause: A collection name must be unique.
Action: Modify the collection name so that it is unique.
EPCW-00041: Output filename cannot exceed 8 characters.
Cause: A collection output file name must not exceed 8 characters.
Action: Modify the collection output file name so it is not greater than 8
characters.
EPCW-00042: Output filename is invalid or missing.
Cause: A collection output file name must be specified.
Action: Modify the collection output file name.
EPCW-00043: Close the Progress window and discard status messages?
Cause: User is attempting to terminate the deletion of a collection.
Action: Terminate the action or continue.
EPCW-00044: Output filename is invalid or missing.
Cause: A valid collection name is required.
Action: Enter a valid collection name to continue.
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EPCW-00045: The description cannot exceed 2000 characters.
Cause: The user entered over 2000 characters into the description field.
Action: Truncate the description text.
EPCW-00046: Delete collection completed with errors. Remove %s from the
Oracle Trace repository tables anyway?
Cause: One of the jobs submitted during the deletion of the collection failed.
Action: User can indicate the collection object should be deleted from the
Oracle Trace repository tables.
EPCW-00047: Error during Oracle Trace repository tables validation.
Cause: Either the Oracle Trace repository tables need to be updated or the
repository scripts are corrupt.
Action: Update the Oracle Trace repository tables. If you are still having
problems, contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting
Oracle Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional
information.
EPCW-00048: Error attempting to get scheduling information; reverting to
previous schedule.
Cause: There may be an internal problem with the schedule control.
Action: Verify that Oracle Enterprise Manager is running. If the problem
persists, restart Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Intelligent Agent, and Oracle
Trace. Run Oracle Trace with the logging option. Review the log information. If
the information logged does not indicate the problem, save the logged text and
contact Oracle Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle
Support Services About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00049: Error in name; name must not contain special symbols.
Cause: A non-alphanumeric character was used in the name.
Action: Use only alphanumeric characters in the name.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-19
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-00050: Error while attempting to set the node %s and all its children to
inactive.
Cause: An error occurred while trying to set a node and all its children (i.e.
installations and products on that node) to inactive during discovery. Most
likely, a database error occurred during the database update.
Action: More information may be available from the Oracle Trace logging
window about a possible database error. Use this information to determine a
course of action and restart Oracle Trace. If the problem persists, contact Oracle
Support Services. See the section titled "Contacting Oracle Support Services
About Oracle Trace" on page 3-1 for additional information.
EPCW-00051: Error while attempting to locate Oracle Trace user %s in repository.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to find an Oracle Trace user in the
Oracle Trace repository user and ID table. Most likely an upgrade or create
script error occurred while creating an identity for this user in the Oracle Trace
repository tables.
Action: Examine the epc_cli_rep_users repository table to locate the given user.
If the user is not found, drop the Oracle Trace repository tables for this user and
recreate the user using the vobsh utility.
EPCW-00052: Error creating Oracle Enterprise Manager Console Bridge Instance.
Cause: Oracle Trace did not locate a running version of the Oracle Enterprise
Manager Console Bridge and attempted to instantiate one. Oracle Trace was
unable to instantiate the Oracle Enterprise Console Bridge.
Action: Start the Oracle Enterprise Manage console manually and restart
Oracle Trace.
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EPCW-00055: Service name required. Server release less than 8.1.6 cannot accept
database in format provided. Discovery required.
Cause: The database selected from the list of databases available for formatting
is specified as host:port:sid, rather than a service name. (The repository
database appears as host:port:sid if the node on which it resides has not been
discovered in Trace.) If the service name is not available, the long service
descriptor will be sent to the Trace formatter mechanism on the collection node.
Collection services for Oracle Server release 8.1.6 or later are required to handle
a long service descriptor.
Action: Discover (in the Enterprise Manager console and Trace) the node on
which the database resides. This causes the service name to be displayed in the
list of databases available for formatting. If the release of the Oracle Server is
not 8.1.6 or later, then the service name must also be defined in the
TNSNAMES.ORA file under the Oracle home where the collection is being
performed.
EPCW-00056: Database %s cannot run Trace collections. Set the ORACLE_
TRACE_ENABLE parameter located in INIT.ORA to TRUE.
Cause: The ORACLE_TRACE_ENABLE parameter, located in the INIT.ORA
file for the database which was selected as the target for this collection
operation, is not set to TRUE.
Action: Edit the INIT.ORA file for the given database and set the ORACLE_
TRACE_ENABLE parameter to TRUE. After modifying the INIT.ORA file, stop
and restart the database.
EPCW-01000: The selected item %s has already been added.
Cause: An attempt was made to add an item to an event which already
contains that item.
Action: Do not try to add the item to the event.
EPCW-01001: Event number is not unique.
Cause: The user attempted to add or modify an event such that its event
number is not unique within the product.
Action: Choose a different event number.
EPCW-01002: Item number is not unique.
Cause: The user attempted to add or modify an item such that its item number
is not unique within the product.
Action: Choose a different number.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-21
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-01003: Error creating product definition file.
Cause: An error occurred while writing an .fdf file during Product Create or
Edit.
Action: Check that the path name is correct.
EPCW-01004: To completely remove this event set from the product, delete file %s
Cause: The user has removed an event set and is being warned that the
corresponding .fdf file will not be automatically deleted.
Action: Remove the .fdf file manually.
EPCW-01005: Error reading product definition file %s
Cause: An error occurred while reading an .fdf file during Product Create or
Edit.
Action: The .fdf file may be corrupt; try reading another .fdf file.
EPCW-01006: Product %s in file %s does not match product %s in file %s
Cause: Multiple .fdf files were read, but described event sets for different
products.
Action: Verify that the .fdf files read in at one time during Product Edit are all
for the same product.
EPCW-01007: Item number %i has different definitions in different files %s
Cause: The item definitions from two different .fdf files for the same product
differ. They should be identical if all .fdf files for the product are in sync.
Action: Read in the .fdf files individually to identify the differences for the
erroneous item. Correct the file containing the erroneous item before
attempting to read in all the product files at once.
EPCW-01008: Event number %i has different definitions in different files %s
Cause: The event definitions from two different .fdf files for the same product
differ. They should be identical if all .fdf files for the product are in sync.
Action: Read in the .fdf files individually to identify the differences for the
erroneous event. Correct the file containing the erroneous event before
attempting to read in all the product files at once.
EPCW-01009: Please fill in the %s field; it is required.
Cause: The user attempted to exit a dialog box without supplying all needed
information.
Action: Fill in the specified field before attempting to exit the dialog box.
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EPCW-01010: Item number is not valid.
Cause: The specified item number falls into a range that is not allowed for
user-defined items.
Action: Choose a different item number.
EPCW-01011: Item name is not unique.
Cause: The user tried to add an item with a non-unique item name; item name
must be unique within a product.
Action: Use a different item name.
EPCW-01012: Event name is not unique.
Cause: The user tried to add an event with a non-unique event name; event
name must be unique within a product.
Action: Use a different event name.
EPCW-01013: Event Set name is not unique.
Cause: The user tried to add an event set with a non-unique name; event set
name must be unique within a product.
Action: Use a different event set name.
EPCW-01014: Event contains no items.
Cause: The user tried to create or edit an event such that it contains no items.
An event must contain at least one item.
Action: Add an item to the event.
EPCW-01015: Event set contains no events.
Cause: The user tried to create or edit an event set such that it contains no
events. An event set must contain at least one event.
Action: Add an event to the event set.
EPCW-01016: Product definition must contain at least one event before being
saved.
Cause: The user tried to save a product definition file that contains no events.
Action: Must add at least one event to the product definition prior to saving.
Oracle Trace Messages 3-23
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client Messages
EPCW-01017: Event set file %s already exists for event set %s. %s
Cause: The event set file already exists. Oracle Trace does not allow the
overwriting of event set files.
Action: Save the event set to a new file by modifying the Event Set File Path or
delete the existing event set file.
EPCW-01018: Cannot connect to service. Please verify that the username and
password are correct.
Cause: Failed to connect to a server with the given username and password.
Action: Verify that the username and password are correct for the server, and
try again.
EPCW-01019: Error reading product definition file(s) for product %s. The
required ALL Event Set was not found.
Cause: An error occurred while reading an .fdf file during Product Create or
Edit.
Action: Verify that one of the files being edited contains the ALL Class.
EPCW-01020: Product %s in file %s contains an event that is not present in the
ALL Event set in file %s
Cause: Multiple .fdf files were read, and a file references an event that is
missing from the ALL class.
Action: Verify that the .fdf file containing the ALL class matches the .fdf file
being read.
EPCW-01021: Event name %s is invalid. Event names must contain between 1 and
15 alphanumeric characters.
Cause: The user tried to add an event with an invalid event name. Event names
can contain any combination of characters a to z and 0 to 9. The maximum
length is 15 characters.
Action: Enter a valid event name.
EPCW-01022: Item name %s is invalid. Item names must contain between 1 and
15 alphanumeric characters.
Cause: The user tried to add an item with an invalid item name. Item names
can contain any combination of characters a to z and 0 to 9. The maximum
length is 15 characters.
Action: Enter a valid name.
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Agent Messages
NMS-00000 to NMS-00050: Agent Configuration and Startup
NMS-00001: Warning: service unable to connect to SNMP master agent.
Cause: An SNMP Master Agent is used to communicate with a third party
SNMP monitoring console. The specified service could not contact the SNMP
master agent. The master agent supported by Oracle for this platform is not
installed, or has not been started. Messages specific to this platform follow.
This is a warning and does not prevent the agent from communicating with the
console. If Oracle Enterprise Manager is the only monitoring console accessing
this agent, the NMS-00001 error can be considered informational and should be
ignored. Configuration of the SNMP Master Agent is not reguired for the
Oracle Enterprise Manager Console.
Action: Consult Oracle documentation for your platform; then, make sure that
the correct SNMP master agent is installed and started. The SNMP Master
Agent and the Oracle Intelligent Agent must be configured correctly before the
Oracle Intelligent Agent can communicate over SNMP to the Master Agent.
The Oracle Intelligent Agent needs to be configured. The 7.3.2.x agent required
an SNMP.ORA file. All later versions of the Oracle Intelligent Agent are
self-configuring and do not reguire the creation of an snmp.ora file.
Solution Explanation
1. The Oracle Intelligent Agent needs to be configured. The 7.3.2.x agent
required an SNMP.ORA file. All later versions of the Oracle Intelligent Agent
are self-configuring and do not reguire the creation of an snmp.ora file.
2. The SNMP Master Agent needs to be configured and started.
Agent Messages
4-1
NMS-00000 to NMS-00050: Agent Configuration and Startup
Configuring SNMP MASTER AGENT
After installing the Oracle Intelligent Agent, complete the following tasks:
The following files need to be verified:
■
$ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer/CONFIG.master
■
$ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer/CONFIG.encap
■
$ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer/start_peer
■
1.
/etc/snmpd.config
Edit the PEER MASTER AGENT file: (CONFIG.master)
Edit the $ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer/CONFIG.master file.
Find the line beginning with "MANAGER" and change the IPADDRESS coded
in this line to match the IPADDRESS of the machine where the SNMP traps will
be sent.
2.
Edit the PEER Encapsulator file: (CONFIG.encap)
Edit the $ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer/CONFIG.encap file.
Find the line "AGENT AT PORT". It normally reads "AGENT AT PORT 1161
WITHCOMMUNITY public". If you modify the port number from 1161, you
must alsomodify the start_peer script.
3.
Edit the start_peer script. (start_peer)
Find the line "NEW_SNMPD_PORT=" and verify that it is using the same port
number listed above in the CONFIG.encap file. Find the line "NEW_TRAPD_
PORT=" and verify the port number is different than the "NEW_SNMPD_
PORT="
Example:
NEW_SNMPD_PORT=1161
NEW_TRAPD_PORT=1162
4.
Edit the /etc/snmpd.config file (snmpd.config)
Add the following line to the file:
trap <hostname or ipaddress>
**NOTE: Replace the information in brackets with the actual hostname or IP
address of the local host where the file is located.
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Starting the SNMP agents
1. Make sure no SNMP components are running. The two main components are
the master_peer, encap_peer, and snmpd. If any of these processes are running
use ps and kill to terminate the processes.
2.
Start the PEER master Agent , PEER encapsulator, and native Digital UNIX
SNMP Agent:
cd $ORACLE_HOME/network/snmp/peer
su root
( logon as root
)
./start_peer -a ( ./ means to execute in that directory)
All three processes should get started with this command. Now use the ps
command to determine if all three processes were started:
ps -aux |grep peer
ps -aux |grep snmpd
More about SNMP Agents
The start_peer script will start all agent except dbsnmp. The Master Agent uses the
priviledges ports for SNMP and must be run as root.
The original snmpd is started at system boot time and uses the ports 161 and 162
which are defined in the /etc/services file.
Troubleshooting
If the Master Agent does not start, check the master_peer.out file in the $ORACLE_
HOME/network/peer directory.
Sometimes it takes a few minutes for the processes to stop after killing them, so wait
a few minutes before attempting to restart the agents.
Agent Messages
4-3
NMS-00000 to NMS-00050: Agent Configuration and Startup
NMS-00002: Service failed to allocate memory for snmp.ora parameters.
Cause: The specified service was unable to allocate enough memory to hold all
the snmp.ora parameters. This may indicate that the parameters are too big, but
more likely it may indicate a system error.
Action: Check system configuration, and if possible, reduce the number of the
processes running. If this does not fix the problem, report this problem to
Oracle Support Services.
NMS-00003: Service could not find snmp.ora file, or it was malformed.
Cause: The snmp.ora file could not be opened and read by the specified
service. The location of this file varies by platform, but normally it must be in
the same directory as other Oracle Net Services parameter files. If the problem
could be traced to a specific parameter, detailed error messages may follow this
one.
Action: Consult the documentation for your platform, then create the file in the
proper location, and restart the program.
NMS-00004: Service unable to register MIB or MIB row
Cause: The specified service was unable to register its MIB or MIB row with
the master agent. Detailed, platform-specific messages follow.
Action: Consult the documentation for SNMP on your platform. If the
messages indicate that another program already has that MIB or MIB row
registered, you may want to terminate that program, then retry.
You may also want to set the following in the server’s /etc/snmpd.conf:
smux 0.0 "" <ipaddress of server>
If you still get the nms-00004 error, turn on logging in the snmpd.conf file with
the following parameter:
logging
file=/usr/tmp/snmpd.log
enabled
Check the log file for more information.
NMS-00005: snmp.visibleservices parameter in snmp.ora is missing or empty.
Cause: The snmp.ora file does not contain a configured snmp.visibleservices
parameter, or the snmp.ora file is empty.
Action: Edit or create the snmp.ora file and try again.
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NMS-00006: Required parameter parameter was not found in snmp.ora.
Cause: The snmp.ora file did not contain the indicated parameter. This
parameter was required. Normally this would happen because one of the
services mentioned in snmp.visibleservices required one or more detail
parameters to be supplied, such as the one indicated.
Action: Edit the snmp.ora file to include the parameter and restart the agent.
NMS-00007: Service failed to allocate memory.
Cause: The specified service was unable to allocate memory.
Action: Check system configuration and if possible, reduce the number of
processes running. If this does not fix the problem, report the problem to Oracle
Support Services.
NMS-00008: Environment variable name is not set.
Cause: The specified environment variable is not found.
Action: Make this environment variable available to the agent.
NMS-00051 to NMS-00075: Agent Logging Messages
NMS-00051: Name connected successfully to master agent.
Cause: The subagent successfully connected to the master agent.
Action: None. This message does not indicate an error.
NMS-00052: Disconnected successfully from master agent.
Cause: The subagent successfully logged off from the master agent. This would
normally be a part of the shutdown process.
Action: None. This message does not indicate an error.
NMS-00053: Successfully registered all MIBs
Cause: The subagent has completed its MIB or MIB row registrations.
Action: None. This message does not indicate an error.
NMS-00054: Successfully deregistered all MIBs
Cause: The subagent has completed its MIB or MIB row deregistrations. This
is normally part of the shutdown process.
Action: None. This message does not indicate an error.
Agent Messages
4-5
NMS-00200 to NMS-00250: Database Subagent
NMS-00055: Optional parameter parameter was not found in snmp.ora; using
default.
Cause: The snmp.ora file did not contain the indicated parameter, which was
optional. The service instead used its default value for that parameter.
Action: If a value other than the default is desired, edit or create the snmp.ora
file and try again.
NMS-00200 to NMS-00250: Database Subagent
NMS-00202: Failure to connect to the database.
Cause: The database subagent was unable to connect to the database. The
detailed error message follows.
Action: Consult Oracle9i Database Error Messages for the detailed error message.
NMS-00203: Error error_number disconnecting from the database: name.
Cause: The database subagent was unable to connect to the database, and
received the specified error number and text message. The detailed error
message follows.
Action: Consult Oracle9i Database Error Messages for the detailed error message.
NMS-00204: Failure to listen on address TNS_address.
Cause: The database subagent was unable to listen on the specified TNS
address, possibly because another instance of the database agent has already
claimed the address. If more information is available, it will appear under this
error.
Action: If another instance of the database agent is already running, either
allow it to continue running or bring it down and try again.
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NMS-00205: Failure to connect to database name with username/password string.
Cause: The database subagent was unable to listen on the specified TNS
address, possibly because another instance of the database agent has already
claimed the address. If more information is available, it will appear under this
error.
Action: If another instance of the database agent is already running, either
allow it to continue running or bring it down and try again.
You can try to run CATSNMP.SQL with the sys account.The CATSNMP.SQL
script must be ran against all databases that are listed in the SNMP.ORA’s
SNMP.VISIBLESERVICES paramters.
When the Intelligent Agent is started, the process reads the SNMP.ORA file to
get the initialization parameters. The process will attempt to logon as
DBSNMP/DBSNMP to each of the databases aliases listed in
SNMP.VISIBLESERVICES line in the SNMP.ORA file. Since the CATSNMP.SQL
script creates the DBSNMP account, it must be ran prior to starting the
Intelligent Agent process.
To run the script, use SQL*PLUS at the server:
SQLPLUS> connect internal
SQLPLUS> @catsnmp
Repeat this process for each database referenced in the SNMP.ORA file.
Next, start the Intelligent Agent process:
LSNRCTL dbsnmp_start
NMS-00206: Failure to retrieve character set information from database name.
Cause: The character set information is not available.
Action: Check if nls_database_parameters table exists.
Agent Messages
4-7
NMS-00250 to NMS-00275: Subagent Logging Messages
NMS-00250 to NMS-00275: Subagent Logging Messages
NMS-00250: Database subagent started.
Cause: The database subagent started successfully.
Action: None. This message provides information only; it does not indicate an
error.
NMS-00251: Database subagent beginning shutdown process.
Cause: The database subagent has received the shutdown command and is
processing it.
Action: None. This message provides information only; it does not indicate an
error.
NMS-00252: Database subagent shutting down now.
Cause: The shutdown process has completed. This should be the last message
output.
Action: None. This message provides information only; it does not indicate an
error.
NMS-00253: Connected successfully to database name.
Cause: The subagent successfully logged on to the specified database. This
message may also appear if the database goes down and comes back up.
Action: None. This message provides information only; it does not indicate an
error.
NMS-00254: Disconnected successfully from database name.
Cause: The subagent successfully logged off from the specified database. This
would normally be a part of the shutdown process.
Action: None. This message provides information only; it does not indicate an
error.
NMS-00255: Database name became unreachable; trap sent.
Cause: The specified database became inaccessible, and the subagent then sent
an SNMP trap. This may not indicate a problem, since the database may have
been shut down deliberately (the subagent is unable to distinguish the cause of
the inaccessibility). The destination(s) of the trap are normally set as part of
master agent configuration.
Action: If the shutdown was not deliberate, consult Oracle9i Database Error
Messages. If traps are not being received at your management station(s), consult
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NMS-00301 to NMS-00350: Agent Operation Messages
the platform SNMP documentation and ensure that the management station’s
address is configured properly for the master agent.
NMS-00301 to NMS-00350: Agent Operation Messages
NMS-00301: Failed to initialize MIB file
Cause: The text files which describe the SNMP MIBs were not found in the
correct location.
Action: Check the agent’s installation and install the correct files.
NMS-00302: Failed to initialize user queue.
Cause: The agent was unable to initialize the file which holds data about users.
Following messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
NMS-00303: Failed to initialize event registration queue.
Cause: The agent was unable to initialize the file which holds data about event
registrations. Following messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
NMS-00304: Failed to initialize job queue.
Cause: The agent was unable to initialize the file which holds data about jobs.
Following messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
NMS-00305: Failed to initialize event occurrence queue.
Cause: The agent was unable to initialize the file which holds data about event
occurrences. Following messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
NMS-00306: Failed to initialize job status queue.
Cause: The agent was unable to initialize the file which holds data about job
statuses. Following messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
Agent Messages
4-9
NMS-00301 to NMS-00350: Agent Operation Messages
NMS-00307: Failed to initialize RPC layer.
Cause: The Remote Procedure Call layer could not be initialized. Following
messages may provide more details.
Action: If a solution cannot be found, call Oracle Support Services with the
circumstances and complete set of messages leading to the error.
NMS-00308: Failed to listen on address: another agent may be running.
Cause: The agent’s connection cache could not be initialized. This message
usually appears when another agent is running. Only one copy can be running
at a time.
Action: If another agent is running, bring it down before running the desired
agent.
NMS-00309: Failed to initialize internal address.
Cause: The agent’s address for internal RPC’s could not be initialized. This
may be because another copy of the agent is already running.
Action: If another copy of the agent is already running, kill both agents and try
again.
NMS-00310: Failed to initialize auxiliary address.
Cause: The agent’s address for file transfer RPC’s could not be initialized. This
may be because another copy of the agent is already running.
Action: If another copy of the agent is already running, kill both agents and try
again.
NMS-00311: Failed to initialize language ID.
Cause: The language ID of the agent could not be initialized.
Action: Make sure the language ID environment variable is correct for the
agent.
NMS-00312: Error opening file filename.
Cause: The agent was unable to open the specified file.
Action: Make sure that the directory exists, and that the agent has the required
permissions to write to it.
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NMS-00313: Unable to access directory name.
Cause: The agent was unable to access the specified directory, or the directory
does not exist.
Action: Make sure that the directory exists, and that the agent has the required
permissions to write to it.
NMS-00314: dbsnmp.spawnaddress parameter in snmp.ora missing.
Cause: The dbsnmp.spawnaddress parameter is required from 7.3.2.1 and later
releases. This must be a different address from the dbsnmp.address and is used
for file transfer and Oracle Software Manager.
Cause: Add the dbsnmp.spawnaddress parameter to snmp.ora.
NMS-00315: Failed to create tcl package index.
Cause: The tcl package index could not be created.
Action: Make sure all the shared libraries in the $ORACLE_
HOME/network/agent/library directory are correct.
NMS-00316: Failed to initialize init.tcl.
Cause: The tcl7.5 init.tcl file could not be initialized.
Action: Make sure you have a correct version of init.tcl in $ORACLE_
HOME/network/agent/tcl.
NMS-00351 to NMS-00360: Encryption of Agent Files
NMS-00351: Encryption key supplied is not the one used to encrypt file.
Cause: If a key was given at startup, it does not match the key that was last
used. If no key was given at startup, then the file was encrypted with a
non-default key, and that key must be supplied. There is no way for Oracle to
recover the key because it is not hidden anywhere.
Action: If the user cannot remember it, then the files should be saved in case
the key is remembered later.
NMS-00352: Password file not found or not readable.
Cause: This message appears on startup if a ”password_file=” argument was
typed on the command line, but the indicated file was not found, could not be
read, or did not contain a line of text. (For security reasons, the name of the
password file is not echoed.)
Action: Enter the correct file name and ensure that it has at least one text line of
at least 6 characters.
Agent Messages 4-11
NMS-00361 to NMS-00370: Unsolicited Event Executable
NMS-00355: Password must be at least 6 characters.
Cause: The user has typed in a key that is too short. See message 00352.
Action: Enter between 6 and 8 characters.
NMS-00361 to NMS-00370: Unsolicited Event Executable
NMS-00361: oemevent invoked with insufficient arguments.
Cause: oemevent was called with too few arguments.
Action: oemevent should be invoked as follows:
oemevent eventname object severity message [result...]
where:
eventname is a legal Oracle Enterprise Manager event name;
object is the name of the service or resource to which the event applies;
severity is one of the followingalert, warning, or clear;
message is the text of the error message to be conveyed to the Oracle Enterprise
Manager console;
result is zero or more strings to be returned as the results of the event.
NMS-00362: Event name not valid.
Cause: The first argument passed to oemevent is not a valid Oracle Enterprise
Manager event name.
Action: Invoke oemevent with a legal Oracle Enterprise Manager event name.
NMS-00363: Severity level is not valid.
Cause: The third argument passed to oemevent is not a valid Oracle Enterprise
Manager event severity level (either alert, warning, or clear).
Action: Invoke oemevent with a legal Oracle Enterprise Manager severity level.
NMS-00364: oemevent failed to contact agent.
Cause: oemevent was unable to establish a connection with the agent Comm
process.
Action: Make sure that the agent Comm process is running, that it is accepting
connections, and that the agent address in the snmp.ora file is correct.
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NMS-00365: ReportEvent RPC to agent failed.
Cause: oemevent was unable to send the ReportEvent RPC to the agent Comm
process.
Action: Make sure that the agent is up. Try running oemevent again.
NMS-00600 to NMS-00799: Jobs and Events
These messages can be sent back to the console when users run jobs or register
events.
NMS-00600: Insufficient or incorrect arguments.
Cause: A predefined event or job was invoked with fewer arguments than
required, or with the wrong types of arguments.
Action: Check the documentation and try again. If the problem continues,
ensure that the installed versions of the agent and the console match.
NMS-00900 to NMS-00999: Agent Logging Messages
These messages appear only in the agent log file and do not necessarily indicate an
error.
NMS-00900: Registered event event_name for user_name on service_name;
id=event_id.
Cause: The agent has registered the specified event for the user of the service;
the internal ID number of the event, user and service is shown in the message.
Action: None.
NMS-00901: Event event_name duplicates existing registration; rejected.
Cause: The Registration was rejected because it was identical to an existing
registration.
Action: None.
NMS-00902: Cancelling event registration, id event_id.
Cause: The agent is about to cancel an event registration.
Action: None.
Agent Messages 4-13
NMS-00900 to NMS-00999: Agent Logging Messages
NMS-00903: Delivered an occurrence of event event_id to user_name.
Cause: The agent delivered a report of an event occurring, which was
registered by the specified user.
Action: None.
NMS-00904: Job job_number has expired.
Cause: The schedule of the specified job number has expired.
Action: None.
NMS-00905: Executing job job_number.
Cause: The specified job number is being executed by the agent.
Action: None.
NMS-00906: Cancelling job job_number.
Cause: The specified job is being cancelled at the request of the console.
Action: None.
NMS-00907: Running fixup job job_number for event event_id.
Cause: The specified fixup job is being run, since its event occurred.
Action: None
NMS-00908: Shutting down normally.
Cause: A dbsnmp_stop command was received from lsnrctl.
Action: None.
NMS-00909: Restarting Comm process.
Cause: The Worker process has detected no response from the Comm process
for the timeout period, and has restarted it. This may or may indicate an error.
If it happens repeatedly, it may indicate communication problems with the
console.
Action: Inspect trace file for the Comm process, if tracing is on. If not, and this
appears repeatedly, stop the agent, turn on tracing, and restart it.
NMS-00910: Scheduled job job_number for user_name with schedule schedule_
number; id=internal_id.
Cause: A request to schedule the specified job was received from the console
and the job was scheduled; the internal ID number is shown in the message.
Action: None.
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NMS-00911: Cancelling job job_number for user user_name.
Cause: The specified job number was cancelled by the console.
Action: None.
NMS-00912: Delivered status for job job_number to user user_name.
Cause: The status of a completed job was delivered to the console.
Action: None.
NMS-00913: Registered user user_name with address address, language name;
id=user_id.
Cause: The user was registered with the specified parameters. The internal ID
of the user is also shown in the message.
Action: None.
NMS-00914: Job job_number succeeded.
Cause: The specified job number has been run and reported success.
Action: None.
NMS-00915: Job job_number failed, error code=error_code.
Cause: The specified job ID failed with the error code given. Complete output
is returned to the console.
Action: None.
NMS-00916: File transfer request for user_name from address.
Cause: The specified file was fetched from the specified address.
Action: None.
NMS-01000 to NMS-01099: Agent Error Messages
These error messages can appear on the console; they may or may not indicate a
software problem. In certain cases, user actions can clear the problem.
NMS-01001: Event file filename does not exist.
Cause: The specified event could not be registered because the .tcl file that
implements it does not exist on the agent.
Action: Check the installation of the agent, and if necessary reinstall the correct
version.
Agent Messages 4-15
NMS-01000 to NMS-01099: Agent Error Messages
NMS-01002: Invalid service name.
Cause: On an event registration, a database or service name was specified
which the agent does not monitor.
Action: Check configuration files on the console, and the snmp.ora file on the
agent.
NMS-01003: Failed to lookup user data.
Cause: For an event, a user was specified who has not been registered with the
agent. Possibly the user registration file has been inadvertently deleted.
Action: Logging off from the console and logging back in may fix the problem.
NMS-01004: Invalid user language.
Cause: For an event registration, the language string which was registered for
the user was invalid. The language comes from the NLS_LANG environment
variable on the console machine.
Action: Check the setting of the NLS_LANG environment variable. If
necessary, correct it, log off from the console, and log back on.
NMS-01005: Event script filename evaluation failed.
Cause: The Tcl script for the specified event failed to evaluate. The specific
error found by Tcl is returned to the console. It may be that incorrect arguments
were provided to the event, or the catsnmp.sql script that allows the agent
permission to execute the predefined events has not been run.
Action: Check the results returned to the console. Correct the Tcl script if
necessary.
NMS-01006: Job file filename does not exist.
Cause: The specified job could not be registered because the .tcl file that
implements it does not exist on the agent.
Action: Check the installation of the agent, and if necessary install the correct
version.
NMS-01007: Segment does not exist.
Cause: The specified segment could not be found in the database.
Action: Make sure the SQL statement is correct, especially the job or event
parameters.
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NMS-01008: Parameter does not exist.
Cause: The specified parameter could not be found in the V$SYSSTAT table.
Action: Make sure the SQL statement is correct, especially the job or event
parameters.
NMS-01009: Failed to execute the user defined program.
Cause: The specified user-defined program could not be executed on the agent.
Action: Make sure the user defined program exists and that the agent can
execute it.
NMS-01010: svrmgr1 or sqldba does not exist.
Cause: Either the user-defined program does not exist or the agent cannot
execute it. Your Console and Agent may also be out of sync.
Action: Make sure that the agent can invoke either svrmgr1 or sqldba. Try
dropping the particular node from the Console Navigator Pane to re-discover
and re-submit the job.
NMS-01011: Invalid data format.
Cause: The date format is not in mm/dd/yy format.
Action: Correct the date format.
NMS-01012: Database is in NOARCHIVELOG mode. As a result, this event will
not be executed.
Cause: The database is in NOARCHIVELOG mode.
Action: Alter the database archive log mode to on.
NMS-01013: sqlplus does not exist
Cause: The sqlplus executable does not exist.
Action: Make sure either svrmgrl or sqldba can be invoked by the agent.
NMS-01014: Tablespace does not exist or has no free extents.
Cause: No free extends were found for the specified tablespace.
Action: Check the sql statement, and if necessary correct the event or job
parameters.
NMS-01015: SELECT unexpectedly returned no rows.
Cause: The SQL statement returned no rows.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
Agent Messages 4-17
NMS-01000 to NMS-01099: Agent Error Messages
NMS-01016: DML_LOCKS is set to 0. As a result, this event will not be executed.
Cause: DML_LOCKS equals 0.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
NMS-01017: Automatic archiving has been disabled. As a result, this event will
not be executed.
Cause: LOG_ARCHIVE_START equals FALSE.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
NMS-01018: VIEW SYS.DBA_BLOCKERS does not exist. Please verify
smptsixx.sql has been run.
Cause: VIEW SYS.DBA_BLOCKERS does not exist.
Action: Verify $ORACLE_HOME\sysman\admin\smptsixx.sql has been run.
NMS-01019: The partitions for index %s.%s could not be found.
Cause: The index partitions associated with a particular indexed partition
could not be found.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
NMS-01020: Tablespace does not exist or at least one of its datafiles has been
defined with autoextend enabled.
Cause: Tablespace does not exist or at least one of its datafiles has been defined
with autoextend enabled.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01075: getcpuutil failed.
Cause: A call to getcpuutil failed unexpectedly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01076: getpaging failed.
Cause: A call to getpaging failed unexpectedly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01077: Invalid disk name
Cause: On an event registration, an invalid disk name was specified - for
example, a disk name of "*".
Action: Make sure an explicit disk name is specified for the event.
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NMS-01200 to NMS-01999: Internal Agent Error Messages
NMS-01078: diskusage failed.
Cause: A call to diskusage failed unexpectedly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01079: getlsnrstatus failed.
Cause: A call to getlsnrstatus failed unexpectedly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01080: There were %s numbers in ORA-01578.
Cause: More numbers were discovered in the error message than expected.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01081: Duration is not greater than 0.
Cause: Duration is not greater than 0.
Action: Make sure the duration is greater than 0.
NMS-01082: The Agent does not have this service in its SERVICES.ORA.
Cause: The Console and Agent services are out of sync.
Action: Drop the Agent node from the Navigator Pane and re-discover the
node.
NMS-01200 to NMS-01999: Internal Agent Error Messages
NMS-01200: NMS-Failed to locate user user_name. Deleting an occurrence of
event event_id.
Cause: Files are out of sync.
Action: Report to Oracle Support Services.
NMS-01201: Could not create Tcl interpreter.
Cause: On an event registration, the agent was unable to create the Tcl
interpreter to process the event.
Action: Report to Oracle Support Services.
Agent Messages 4-19
NMS-05000 to NMS-05999 Agent Errors of the Console
NMS-05000 to NMS-05999 Agent Errors of the Console
NMS-05001: Unable to Start Hot Backup.
Cause: When attempting to run a Backup Job from within Enterprise Manager,
the following error occurs: "call to alter tablespace backup failed
NMS-5001 : unable to start Hot backup"
Action: Put the database in archivelog mode. To set ArchiveLog Mode on:
1.
startup mount
2.
alter database archivelog
3.
alter database open
4.
archive log list
5.
Then proceed with the backup.
NMS-05002: An offline backup is in progress.
Cause: An offline backup is in progress.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
offline backups.
NMS-05003: Tablespace is offline.
Cause: Tablespace is offline.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
offline backups.
NMS-05004: Unable to End Hot Backup.
Cause: Call to a SQL statement failed.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
online backups.
NMS-05005: Unable to Start Cold Backup.
Cause: Call to a SQL statement failed.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
offline backups.
NMS-05006: Offline backup about to take place.
Cause: Offline backup about to take place.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
offline backups.
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NMS-05007: Unable to End Cold Backup.
Cause: Call to a SQL statement failed.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User’s Guide for information on
offline backups.
NMS-05008: Database not started.
Cause: Database not started.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide for information on
database states and information on starting up and shutting down a database.
NMS-05009: Logon Failed.
Cause: Unable to logon.
Action: Retry logging in.
NMS-05010: Database is running - please shutdown.
Cause: Database is running and needs to be shutdown.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide for information on
shutting down a database.
NMS-05011: Database is not running; please start it.
Cause: Database is not running and needs to be started.
Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide for information on
starting up a database.
Agent Messages 4-21
NMS-05000 to NMS-05999 Agent Errors of the Console
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Oracle Management Object Messages
OMO-1000 to OMO-1999 Messages
OMO-1001: The object has already been initialized.
Cause: You tried to call one of the initialization methods either "create" or "edit"
on an object that has already been initialized.
Action: Remove any duplicate calls.
OMO-1002: Database was not set.
Cause: One of the methods, "create", "edit", or "drop" was called before setting
a database to the object.
Action: Add a call to method "setDatabase" in the code before it calls one of the
mentioned methods.
OMO-1003: Database was not connected.
Cause: The database has not been connected.
Action: Make sure method "connect" has been called and that it connects
successfully.
OMO-1004: Failed to create the server object.
Cause: The necessary objects could not be created. Possible corruption of
installation.
Action: Run samples and verify the installation.
OMO-1005: The name of the object was not set.
Cause: You attempted to edit or drop an object before setting its name.
Action: Add call to method "set name".
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OMO-1000 to OMO-1999 Messages
OMO-1006: The object was not properly initialized.
Cause: The required initialization has not been performed.
Action: Refer to the developer’s guide or samples for proper initialization steps
for the object to perform a certain task.
OMO-1007: The database has already been connected.
Cause: You tried to connect to a database that has been connected already.
Action: Disconnect the database and connect again.
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Oracle Data Collection Service Messages
(Second Tier)
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05001 Error: unable to open data cartridge registry file
Cause: An error occurred attempting to open the cartridge registry file
(svppcart.dat).
Action: Ensure the file exists in the directory $OHOME/odg and that it has
read access.
ODG-05002 Error: unable to read line from data cartridge registry file
Cause: An error occurred attempting to read information from the cartridge
registry file (svppcart.dat).
Action: Ensure the file exists and is readable.
ODG-05003 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05004 Error: cartridge registry file line incorrectly formatted
Cause: An entry was found in the cartridge registry file which does not
correspond to the required format.
Action: Ensure the file ($OHOME/network/agent/svppcart.dat) is the one
provided with the original kit.
ODG-05005 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05006 Error: failed to initialize message catalog
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to open a message catalog. This
error usually includes additional information.
Action: Review additional information or errors and contact Oracle Support
Services.
ODG-05007 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05008 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05009 Error: unable to open data cartridge shared library
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load a collection cartridge
code module.
Action: Verify that the requested file exists and that it has read and execute
privileges.
ODG-05010 Error: unable to open data cartridge DLL
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load a collection cartridge
code module.
Action: Verify that the requested file exists and that it has read and execute
privileges.
ODG-05011 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05013 Error: unable to find data collection cartridge function
Cause: A collection cartridge did not implement the function which the Data
Gatherer was attempting to call.
Action: Many functions are optional and in most cases this is a non-fatal error.
If the error is a fatal error, contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05014 Error: call to collection cartridge failed
Cause: This is a general error that indicates that a call into one of the collection
cartridge functions returned an error. This error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, if none contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05016 Error: unable to open file
Cause: An error occurred attempting to open a Data Gatherer file.
Action: Ensure the file and directory exist and are accessible.
ODG-05017 Error: failed to create socket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05018 Error: failed to set socket option
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05019 Error: failed to bind socket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05020 Error: failed to get socket name
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05021 Error: failed to listen on socket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
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6-3
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05022 Error: accept failed on socket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05023 Error: failed to get socket descriptor from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05024 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05025 Error: failed to get socket descriptor from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05026 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05027 Error: failed writing to socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05028 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05029 Error: unable to write to socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05030 Error: failed to get socket descriptor from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05031 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05032 Error: select failed on socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05033 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05034 Warning: unable to read from socket
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05035 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05036 Warning: failed reading from socket
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05037 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05038 Warning: read zero bytes from socket
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05039 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05040 Error: incomplete read from socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05041 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05042 Error: failed to get socket descriptor from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05043 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05044 Warning: client went away
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05045 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05046 Error: failed to get socket value from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05047 Error: failed to change socket value for index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05048 Error: failed to get socket value from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05049 Error: failed to get socket value from index
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Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05050 Error: failed waiting for new client connection
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05051 Error: failed to change socket value for index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05052 Warning: client thread went away
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05053 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05054 Error: failed to get socket value from index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05055 Error: failed to change socket value for index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05056 Error: segmented messages not supported
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05057 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05058 Error: failed to allocate memory
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05059 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05060 Warning: client went away
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05061 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05062 Error: invalid message length
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05063 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05064 Error: unable to read from socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05065 Error: failed to drop socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05066 Error: failed to create socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05067 Error: failed to get localhost
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get the localhost name
during recovery.
Action: The Data Gatherer may still be run without recovery. However,
historical data collection cannot be recovered. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05068 Error: failed to connect to local DG
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to connect to the local Data
Gatherer during recovery
Action: the Data Gatherer may still be run without recovery. However,
historical data collection cannot be recovered. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05069 Error: failed to close socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05070 Error: unable to get current time
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05071 Error: unable to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05072 Error: unable to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05073 Error: failed to initialize LPM
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to initialize CORE
libraries.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
6-9
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05074 Error: failed to initialize client callback structure
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to initialize CORE
libraries.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05075 Error: failed to initialize NLS data loading
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to initialize NLS
libraries.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05076 Error: failed to load the LSF string formatting package
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to initialize NLS
libraries.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05077 Error: failed to initialize LSF
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to initialize NLS
libraries.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05078 Error: cannot find ORACLE_HOME
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible
ODG-05079 Error: unable to set working directory
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05080 Error: unable to initialize for multi-threading
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to initialize the threading
libraries used by the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05081 Error: unable to initialize for DG Mutex
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain the locking structure
used by the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05082 Error: error fetching environment variable
Cause: An error has occurred attempting to obtain the value for an
environment variable.
Action: Verify the installation of the Data Gatherer and ensure the environment
variable exists.
ODG-05083 Error: failed to allocate listening port/socket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation.
ODG-05084 Error: failed to allocate memory for BB structures
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05085 Error: failed to get DG cartridge information
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to read information for the
collection cartridge from the Data Gatherer registry
($OHOME/network/agent/svppcart.dat).
Action: Ensure the file exists and is accessible and retry the operation.
ODG-05086 Warning: failed to initialize message catalog
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate a message catalog for
the collection cartridge.
Action: collection cartridges are not required to implement message catalogs,
so This error can be ignored in most cases.
ODG-05087 Error: failed to get local time
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05088 Error: failed to create recovery thread
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to create a thread to recover a
historical collection.
Action: the Data Gatherer can be used without recovery. However, historical
collections cannot be recovered. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05089 Error: failed to get new client connection
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored
ODG-05090 Error: failed to assign client id
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05091 Error: failed to get socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05092 Error: unable to decode first client message
Cause: An internal error has occurred attempting to interpret data sent to the
Data Gatherer by a client connection.
Action: if the client is a valid Data Gatherer client, then retry the operation and
contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05093 Error: failed to drop thread’s socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05094 Error: failed to get CP socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05095 Error: unable to drop unused client id
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05096 Error: failed to create DG thread
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to create a thread to process
client requests. This may be the result of exhausted system resources or the
Data Gatherer reaching the limit on the number of available threads or sockets.
Action: Retry the operation.
ODG-05097 Error: failed to destroy DG mutex
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05098 Error: failed to terminate NLS data loading
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free NLS libraries.
Action: Can be ignored.
ODG-05099 Error: failed to free callback structure
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free NLS libraries.
Action: Can be ignored.
ODG-05100 Error: failed to cleanly terminate SLTS
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free threading
libraries.
Action: Can be ignored.
ODG-05101 Error: CP loader failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load historical data. This
error is normally followed by other detailed errors explaining the nature of the
failure.
Action: Review other errors for action.
ODG-05104 Error: LSFPF of state file failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate recovery files for the
Data Gatherer historical data loader.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists and is
accessible.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05105 Error: failed to close data file
Cause: An error has occurred while loading historical data, the loader was
unable to close a data file.
Action: may be ignored, however the loader will be unable to remove the
processed file at that time and future errors may occur.
ODG-05106 Error: failed to allocate/copy storage
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05107 Error: failed to rename loader data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to rename the historical data
file. Data files cannot be processed by the loader until they are closed for access
by the Data Gatherer.
Action: This error normally occurs with other Data Gatherer errors, review
those errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05108 Error: failed to open data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to open a historical data file to
be loaded into the Capacity Planner repository.
Action: Ensure that the file exists and is accessible and review other errors.
ODG-05109 Error: failed to reorganize CP state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: The historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may
be corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You
may continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by
removing any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated
with that target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05110 Error: send_labels command failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to send the labels
associated with a set of statistics to either a real-time client or the historical data
file.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05111 Error: failed to find or get data files in the recovery directory
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate historical data files
during the Data Gatherer startup and recovery of historical collections.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists and is
accessible.
ODG-05112 Error: failed to open loader data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate historical data files
during the Data Gatherer startup and recovery of historical collections.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists and is
accessible.
ODG-05113 Error: the CP loader failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load historical data. This
error is normally followed by other detailed errors explaining the nature of the
failure
Action: Review other errors for action
ODG-05114 Error: failed to close loader data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed loader file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05115 Error: failed to remove loader data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to remove a processed loader
file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05116 Error: failed to free loader data file memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed loader file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05117 Error: failed to free loader directory memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed loader file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05118 Error: failed to find or use state files in the recovery directory
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate historical state files
during the Data Gatherer startup and recovery of historical collections.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists and is
accessible.
ODG-05119 Error: failed to open loader state file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate historical state files
during the Data Gatherer startup and recovery of historical collections.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists and is
accessible.
ODG-05120 Error: failed to reorganize state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05121 Error: failed during recover from state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05122 Error: failed to close recovery data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed loader file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05123 Error: failed to remove recovery data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to delete a processed loader
file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05124 Error: failed to free recovery data file memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed loader file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05125 Error: failed to free state file directory memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to close a processed state file.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, file resources may
be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05126 Error: vppdgth: failed to allocate memory for dg.clmsg
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05127 Error: vppdgth: failed to allocate memory for dg.clmsg->msg
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05128 Error: vppdgth: failed to decode client CONNECT_REQ
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interpret a
connection request sent by a client application.
Action: if the client application is a valid Data Gatherer client then contact
Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05129 Error: vppdgth: failed to free storage for dg.clmsg->msg
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05130 Error: vppdgth: failed to free storage for dg.clmsg
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05131 Error: vppdgth: failed to decode CP socket
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to disconnect an initialize
connection attempt made to the historical collection thread. The Capacity
Planner client will be unable to connect to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05132 Error: vppdgth: failed to close CP socket
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to disconnect an initialize
connection attempt made to the historical collection thread. The Capacity
Planner client will be unable to connect to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05133 Error: vppdgth: failed to decode new CP socket
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to disconnect an initialize
connection attempt made to the historical collection thread. The Capacity
Planner client will be unable to connect to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05134 Error: vppdgth: failed to get new CP client connection
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to disconnect an initialize
connection attempt made to the historical collection thread. The Capacity
Planner client will be unable to connect to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05135 Error: vppdgth: failed to change CP socket value
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to disconnect an initialize
connection attempt made to the historical collection thread. The Capacity
Planner client will be unable to connect to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05136 Error: vppdgth: failed to get timestamp
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05137 Error: vppdgth: CP loader failed at startup
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load historical data. This
error is normally followed by other detailed errors explaining the nature of the
failure
Action: Review other errors for action
ODG-05138 Error: data gathering failed in RT thread
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05139 Error: vppdgth: failed to send client interval exceeded message
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05140 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05141 Error: vppdgth: failed during wait for input
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05142 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index in decode
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05143 Error: vppdgth: failed during message decode
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05144 Error: vppdgth: failed to get timestamp for load info
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05145 Error: vppdgth: CP loader failed during collection
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load historical data. This
error is normally followed by other detailed errors explaining the nature of the
failure
Action: Review other errors for action
ODG-05146 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index at free of client message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05147 Error: vppdgth: failed to free storage for dg.clmsg 2
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05148 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index while collection is off
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05149 Error: vppdgth: failed during wait for input while collection is off
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection.
Action: Can usually be ignored.
ODG-05150 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index at decode of client message
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05151 Error: vppdgth: failed in message decode while not collecting
Cause: An error has occurred while either trying to interpret or process a client
request. This error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05152 Error: vppdgth: corrupt client index after decode of client message
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05153 Error: vppdgth: failed to free storage for clmsg.msg
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05154 Error: vppdgth: NULL state information while exiting
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05155 Error: vppdgth: failure during clean_up while exiting
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05156 Error: vppdgth: failed to free global state storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05157 Error: vppiclid: client index out of bounds
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05158 Error: vppdclid: client index out of bounds
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05159 Error: vppdclid: cartridge(s) for this client failed to deinitialize
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to drop a client connection to a
collection cartridge. This usually includes dropping of a connection to the target
service (e.g. database).
Action: This error may be ignored. However, if target connection resources are
not freed and this error reoccurs, then the Data Gatherer may need to be
restarted to free resources.
ODG-05160 Error: message decode: VP_GET_UDS_COLUMNS_REQ:
vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is An internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05161 Error: message decode: VP_GET_UDS_COLUMNS_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05162 Error: message decode: VP_GET_UDS_COLUMNS_REQ:
vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05163 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CALLBACKS_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is An internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05164 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CALLBACKS_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
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Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05165 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CALLBACKS_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05166 Error: message decode: VP_EXECUTE_CALLBACK_REQ:
vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05167 Error: message decode: VP_EXECUTE_CALLBACK_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05168 Error: message decode: VP_EXECUTE_CALLBACK_REQ:
vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05169 Error: message decode: VP_GET_LOCALTIME_REQ: vpptimeget
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05170 Error: message decode: vpp_msg_addparam VP_GET_LOCALTIME_
REQ: failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05171 Error: message decode: vpp_msg_send VP_GET_LOCALTIME_ACK
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05172 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05173 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: NULL glob state
information
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05174 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: vppstrtonum
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05175 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: vppsclmsg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05176 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05177 Error: message decode: VP_SET_INTERVAL_REQ: vppsndack VP_
SET_INTERVAL_REQ_ACK failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05178 Error: message decode: VP_END_COLLECT_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05179 Error: message decode: VP_END_COLLECT_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05180 Error: message decode: VP_END_COLLECT_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05181 Error: message decode: VP_END_COLLECT_REQ: vppsclmsg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05182 Error: message decode: VP_END_COLLECT_REQ: vppsclmsg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05183 Warning: the CP loader failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load historical data. This
error is normally followed by other detailed errors explaining the nature of the
failure.
Action: Review other errors for action.
ODG-05184 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05185 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05186 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05187 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vpacpy failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05188 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vppsclmsg
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05189 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vppsclmsg
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05190 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vpptimeget
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05191 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05192 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05193 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05194 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppsclmsg
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05195 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppsclmsg
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05196 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppgettldparam INTERVAL failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05197 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppstrtonum failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05198 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppgettldparam NEXTLOAD
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05199 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vppstrtonum
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05200 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: CP_CLIENT:
vpacpy failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05201 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05202 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_LOADER_INFO: vppsndack
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05203 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05204 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05205 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: vppsclmsg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05206 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: vpacpy failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05207 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05208 Error: message decode: VP_SEND_CRED: vppsndack failed
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05209 Error: message decode: VP_RECOVER_DONE: vppsndack failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05210 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05211 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05212 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: null DG cpstate
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05213 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: vppsndack failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05214 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: vppfilereorg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
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Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05215 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: vppsndtld failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05216 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: vppsndack: VP_CP_
STATE_REQ_ACK failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05217 Error: message decode: VP_CP_STATE_REQ: Non CP client
requesting CPSTATE
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05218 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05219 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppdecid failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05220 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05221 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppgetservice failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05222 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: LSFPF state file failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05223 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppfileo failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05224 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: LSFPF data file failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05225 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppfileo failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05226 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam
VP_CLIENT_ID failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05227 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: LSFPF of portno failed
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05228 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam
VP_CP_PORTNO failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05229 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: LSFPFP of client_
hostname failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05230 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam of
VP_CLIENT_HOSTNAME failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05231 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam of
VP_LANG failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05232 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpx_get_catmsg could
not find VPMSG_CHARENCODING
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05233 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam of
VP_CHAR_ENCODING failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05234 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppaddcred failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05235 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_send VP_
CONNECT_REQ_ACK failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05236 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05237 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppalloc of glob failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05238 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppdecid client_id
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05239 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppdclid dg->clid
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05240 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppiclid dg->clid
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05241 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppdecid client type
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05242 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppsclmsg fi_state
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05243 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppsclmsg fi_data
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05244 Error: send_analysis command failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to send details of pre-defined
historical data analyses to the historical data file for later processing. This error
normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05245 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam
VP_CLIENT_ID failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05246 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: LSFPFP of portno 2
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05247 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam
VP_CP_PORTNO 2 failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05248 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam
VP_CLIENT_HOSTNAME failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05249 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam of
VP_LANG failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05250 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpx_get_catmsg could
not find VPMSG_CHARENCODING
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05251 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_addparam of
VP_CHAR_ENCODING failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05252 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppaddcred failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05253 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vpp_msg_send VP_
CONNECT_REQ_ACK failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05254 Error: message decode: VP_CONNECT_REQ: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05255 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05256 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppdecid client_id
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05257 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppsndack failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05258 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05259 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ:client id does not
match that sent from client
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05260 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppallbbs clean_
up failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05261 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppfree glob failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05262 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05263 Error: message decode: VP_DISCONNECT_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05264 Error: message decode: VP_GET_MODULES_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05265 Error: message decode: VP_GET_MODULES_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05266 Error: message decode: VP_GET_MODULES_REQ: vppsndack failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05267 Error: message decode: VP_GET_MODULES_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05268 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05269 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05270 Warning: Collection cartridge already initialized for PM client
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Cause: an attempt was made to initialize the collection cartridge more than
once for a given client
Action: You may ignore this error, but contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05271 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05272 Error: message decode: VP_START_COLLECT_REQ: vpacpy failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05273 Error: send_analysis command failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to send details of pre-defined
historical data analyses to the historical data file for later processing. This error
normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05274 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: vppsndack VP_
INITIALIZE_REQ_ACK failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05275 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: vppsclmsg fi_state
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05276 Error: message decode: VP_INITIALIZE_REQ: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
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Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05277 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05278 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05279 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: vppsndack failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05280 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: null glob state
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05281 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: vppsclmsg failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05282 Error: message decode: VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
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Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05283 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASS_REQ: vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05284 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASS_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05285 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASS_REQ: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05286 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASSES_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05287 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASSES_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05288 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CLASSES_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
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Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05289 Error: message decode: VP_GET_INSTANCES_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05290 Error: message decode: VP_GET_INSTANCES_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05291 Error: message decode: VP_GET_INSTANCES_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05292 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHARTS_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05293 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHARTS_REQ: vppnls_atoi() class
id failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05294 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHARTS_REQ: vppcallbb failed
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Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05295 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHARTS_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05296 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_INFO_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05297 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_INFO_REQ: vppnls_atoi()
class id failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05298 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_INFO_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05299 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_INFO_REQ:
vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05300 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_LABEL: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05301 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_LABEL: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05302 Error: message decode: VP_GET_CHART_LABEL: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05303 Error: message decode: VP_CHART_DRILLDOWN_REQ:
vppgetparams failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05304 Error: message decode: VP_CHART_DRILLDOWN_REQ:
vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05305 Error: message decode: VP_CHART_FILTER_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05306 Error: message decode: VP_CHART_FILTER_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05307 Error: message decode: VP_CHART_FILTER_REQ: vpfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
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ODG-05308 Error: message decode: VP_GET_RESOURCES_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05309 Error: message decode: VP_GET_RESOURCES_REQ: vppcallbb
failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05310 Error: message decode: VP_GET_RESOURCES_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05311 Error: message decode: VP_GET_EXT_HELP_REQ: vppgetparams
failed
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05312 Error: message decode: VP_GET_EXT_HELP_REQ: vppcallbb failed
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05313 Error: message decode: VP_GET_EXT_HELP_REQ: vppfreeparams
failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05314 Error: failed to free message buffer
Cause: an internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05315 Error: vppgethandle: NULL state information
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05316 Error: failed to decode message
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interpret the contents of a
client request. This is an internal error which should not occur under normal
circumstances.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05317 Error: failed to allocate parameter memory
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05318 Error: failed to allocate optional parameter memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05319 Error: too many parameters in message
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05320 Error: failed to free parameter object storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05321 Error: failed to free parameter storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05322 Error: failed to free optional parameter object storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05323 Error: failed to free optional parameter storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05324 Error: segmented message not supported
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05325 Error: failed to allocate message storage
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05326 Error: message length is negative
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05327 Error: failed sending stop collection ack to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05328 Error: failed sending start collection ack to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05329 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05330 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_LABEL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05331 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_DESCRIPTION to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05332 Error: failed to add VP_INST_SEL_FLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05333 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_SELECT_FLAG to message
buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05334 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_GROUP to message buffer
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05335 Error: failed to send VP_GET_CHARTS_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05336 Error: failed to add VP_MODULE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05337 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05338 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05339 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_INSTPROMPT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05340 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_RESPROMPT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05341 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_REUSEINST to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05342 Error: failed to send VP_CHART_DRILLDOWN_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05343 Error: failed to add VP_FILTER_LABEL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05344 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05345 Error: failed to add VP_FILTER_OPERATION to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05346 Error: failed to add filter type to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05347 Error: failed sending VP_CHART_FILTER_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05348 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_NAME to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05349 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_DESCR to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05350 Error: failed to add VP_MODULE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05351 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05352 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05353 Error: failed to add VP_MODULE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05354 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05355 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05356 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_SHOWSUMMARY to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05357 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_SORTORDER to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05358 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_TIMEGRAN to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05359 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_STARTDATE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05360 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_NUMSAMPLES to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05361 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_ANALTYPE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05362 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_HELPID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05363 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_RESPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05364 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_SUMARYPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05365 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_SORTPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05366 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_TIMEGRANPFLAG to message
buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05367 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_STARTDATEPFLAG to message
buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05368 Error: failed to add VP_ANAL_NSAMPLEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05369 Error: NULL pointer
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05370 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_GOALTYPE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05371 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_TIMEGOAL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05372 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_VALGOAL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05373 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_FITTYPE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05374 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_INSTCOUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05375 Error: null instance parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05376 Error: failed to add VP_INSTANCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05377 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_GOALTYPEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05378 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_GOALPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05379 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_FITTYPEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05380 Error: failed to add VP_EXTR_INSTANCEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05381 Error: NULL pointer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05382 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_CORRTYPE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05383 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_INSTANCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05384 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05385 Error: null correlate parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05386 Error: null module id
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05387 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_MODID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05388 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_CLASSID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05389 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_RESOURCEID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05390 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_CORRTYPEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05391 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_INSTANCEPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05392 Error: failed to add VP_CORR_CORRPFLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05393 Error: invalid analysis type
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05394 Error: failed writing VP_SEND_ANALYSIS_ACK to state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05395 Error: failed to add VP_HELP_FORMAT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05396 Error: failed to add VP_HELP_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05397 Error: NULL help helptxt
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05398 Error: failed to add VP_HELP_TEXT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05399 Error: failed sending VP_GET_EXT_HELP_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05400 Error: failed to add VP_CALLBACK_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05401 Error: failed to add VP_CALLBACK_LABEL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05402 Error: failed to add VP_CALLBACK_DESC to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05403 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05404 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05405 Error: failed sending VP_GET_CALLBACKS_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05406 Error: failed to add VP_ERROR_TEXT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05407 Error: failed to add VP_ERROR_TEXT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05408 Error: failed to add VP_ERROR_TEXT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05409 Error: failed sending VP_EXECUTE_CALLBACK_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05410 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05411 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_LABEL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05412 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_DESCRIPTION to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05413 Error: failed to add VP_INST_SEL_FLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05414 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_SELECT_FLAG to message
buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05415 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_GROUP to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05416 Error: failed sending VP_GET_CHART_LABEL_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05417 Error: failed to add VP_PARENT_FLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05418 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05419 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05420 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05421 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_NAME to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05422 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_VALUE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05423 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05424 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_NAME to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05425 Error: failed to add VP_CHART_PROP_VALUE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05426 Error: failed to add VP_COLL_PARM_CNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05427 Error: failed to add VP_COLL_PARM to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05428 Error: failed to add VP_COLL_PARM_CNTL_CNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05429 Error: failed to add VP_COLL_PARM_CNTL to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05430 Error: failed to add VP_SDATA to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05431 Error: failed sending VP_GET_CHART_INFO_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05432 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05433 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_DESCRIPTION to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05434 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05435 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_END_NODE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05436 Error: failed to add VP_INST_SEL_FLAG to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05437 Error: failed to add VP_PARENT_MODULE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05438 Error: failed to add VP_PARENT_CLASS_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05439 Error: failed to add VP_CLASS_IS_ACTIVE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05440 Error: failed sending VP_GET_CLASSES_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05441 Error: failed to add VP_INSTANCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05442 Error: failed sending VP_GET_INSTANCES_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05443 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_ID to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05444 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05445 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05446 Error: failed sending VP_GET_RESOURCES_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05447 Error: negative UDS column count
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interpret a request
for user-defined script columns.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05448 Error: invalid UDS column count
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interpret a request
for user-defined script columns.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05449 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_COUNT to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05450 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05451 Error: failed to add VP_RESOURCE_TYPE to message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05452 Error: failed sending VP_GET_UDS_COLUMNS_ACK to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05453 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_MODULE_ID failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05454 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_MODULE failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05455 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_MODULE_DESCRIPTION failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05456 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_SERVICE_TYPE failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05457 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_MODULE_VERSION failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05458 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_CLIENT_TYPE failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05459 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_SCRIPT_ENABLED failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05460 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_SCRIPT_ACRONYM failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05461 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_SCRIPT_DESC failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05462 Error: vpp_msg_send VP_GET_MODULES_ACK failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05463 Error: vpp_msg_addparam VP_SCRIPT_DESC failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05464 Error: vpp_msg_send VP_INTERVAL_EXCEEDED failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05465 Error: invalid socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05466 Error: vppinetws failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05467 Error: DG TLD elem length greater than VP_MAX_MSGELEM_SIZE
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a client
request. The current client request exceeds the maximum internal storage limit
for incoming client requests
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05468 Error: unrecognized parameter datatype
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05469 Error: client message too long
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a client
request. The current client request exceeds the maximum internal storage limit
for incoming client requests
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05470 Error: invalid socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05471 Error: failed sending data to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05472 Error: NULL DG state
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05473 Error: failed writing to DG data file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to save historical data
to the historical data file.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists, is
accessible and that sufficient disk spaces is available.
ODG-05474 Error: invalid socket index
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05475 Error: NULL DG state
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05476 Error: failed writing to data file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to save historical data
to the historical data file.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists, is
accessible and that sufficient disk spaces is available.
ODG-05477 Error: failed writing to client socket
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05478 Error: failed writing to data file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to save historical data
to the historical data file.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists, is
accessible and that sufficient disk spaces is available.
ODG-05479 Error: DG TLD elem length greater than VP_MAX_MSGELEM_SIZE
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a client
request. The current client request exceeds the maximum internal storage limit
for incoming client requests
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05480 Error: unrecognized parameter datatype
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interpret a client
request
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05481 Error: client message too long
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a client
request. The current client request exceeds the maximum internal storage limit
for incoming client requests
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05482 Error: invalid socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05483 Error: NULL DG state
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05484 Error: failed writing to data file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to save historical data
to the historical data file.
Action: Ensure that the directory $OHOME/network/agent/reco exists, is
accessible and that sufficient disk spaces is available.
ODG-05485 Error: failed to free message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored. However, if it is repeated, memory resources
may be exhausted, which means you should restart the Data Gatherer.
ODG-05486 Error: failed sending message to client
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to construct or send a
response to a client request.
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05487 Error: array list not NULL terminated
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05488 Error: invalid arguments
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05489 Error: socket index table is full
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05490 Error: failed to close client socket descriptor
Cause: This warning indicates that the client has dropped the socket
connection
Action: Can usually be ignored
ODG-05491 Error: invalid client id
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05492 Error: failed to convert service type
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05493 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05494 Error: NULL service
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05495 Error: failed to allocate service portsocket
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the Data Gatherer socket
(1808).
Action: Ensure that no other process is using this socket and retry the
operation
ODG-05496 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05497 Error: failed to create VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05498 Error: failed to create VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05499 Error: failed to create VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05500 Error: invalid state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05501 Error: failed writing to state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05502 Error: invalid recovery file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
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any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05503 Error: invalid cpstate
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05504 Error: failed to rewind file
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05505 Error: state file empty
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05506 Error: failed reading state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
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ODG-05507 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05508 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05509 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05510 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05511 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05512 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05513 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05514 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05515 Error: failed to free memory
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05516 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05517 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05518 Error: failed to set next loader timeout
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to schedule the next
historical load operation.
Action: the Data Gatherer may continue to be used if this error occurs,
however, historical collection and load may not be possible, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05519 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05520 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05521 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05522 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05523 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05524 Error: invalid messages
Cause: An error has occurred while either trying to interpret or process a client
request. This error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05525 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05526 Error: messages out of order
Cause: An error has occurred while either trying to interpret or process a client
request. This error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05527 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05528 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05529 Error: invalid messages
Cause: An error has occurred while either trying to interpret or process a client
request. This error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05530 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05531 Error: messages out of order
Cause: An error has occurred while either trying to interpret or process a client
request. This error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05532 Error: failed to truncate file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05533 Error: failed to rewind file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05534 Error: failed to write connect information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05535 Error: failed to write connect information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05536 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05537 Error: failed to write credential information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05538 Error: failed to write credential information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05539 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05540 Error: failed to write interval information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05541 Error: failed to write interval information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05542 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05543 Error: failed to write loader information
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05544 Error: failed to write loader information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05545 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05546 Error: failed to write information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05547 Error: failed to write information
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05548 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05549 Error: NULL connect request in file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05550 Error: failed to sync state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
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Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05551 Error: failed to sync data file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to interrupt historical
data collection in order to initiate a load of the historical data.
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05552 Error: state information not valid
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05553 Error: failed to rewind state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05554 Error: state file empty
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
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ODG-05555 Error: failed to read state file
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: the historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may be
corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You may
continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by removing
any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated with that
target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05556 Error: failed to write to socket
Cause: error during recovery of State file, write to socket failed
Action: restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05557 Error: failed to create VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05558 Error: failed calling collection cartridge
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05559 Error: failed to create a VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05560 Error: failed calling collection cartridge
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05561 Error: failed to create a VP_NUM
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05562 Warning: collection cartridge has not implemented send_analysis
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to process the client request at the
point in time where the collection cartridge is called to process the request. This
error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05563 Error: NULL socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05564 Error: NULL global state
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05565 Error: unable to run loader
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to run the historical data
loader. This error normally include other related errors.
Action: Review other errors, and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05566 Error: invalid socket index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05567 Error: NULL DG state
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05568 Warning: NULL parameters
Cause: an internal warning has occurred.
Action: ignore
ODG-05569 Warning: message catalog information not found for this module
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to open a message catalog, this
error usually includes additional information
Action: Review additional information or errors and contact Oracle Support
Services.
ODG-05570 Warning: ORACLE_HOME environment variable is not set properly
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Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05571 Warning: cannot find ORACLE_HOME
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05572 Warning: failed to open alert_dg.log file
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to open the alert log for the Data
Gatherer.
Action: Ensure the directory $OHOME/network/agent/log exists and is
accessible.
ODG-05573 Error: NULL file info structure
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05574 Error: NULL file info
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05575 Error: failed to open loader data file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to open a historical data file to
be loaded into the CP repository.
Action: Ensure that the file exists and is accessible and Review other errors.
ODG-05576 Error: loader failed to process analysis message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05577 Error: loader failed to process connect message
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05578 Error: loader failed to process loader info message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05579 Error: loader failed to process start collection message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05580 Error: loader failed to process var data label message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05581 Error: loader failed to process var data message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05582 Error: loader failed to process end collection message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05583 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05584 Error: loader failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05585 Error: unable to find collection data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05586 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05587 Error: bad instance parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05588 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05589 Error: failed to format timestamp parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05590 Error: failed to get current time
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05591 Error: failed to read data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05592 Error: unrecognized data type
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05593 Error: failed while loading data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05594 Error: unable to find collection data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05595 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05596 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05597 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05598 Error: failed while loading data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05599 Error: failed to free storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05600 Error: failed to close database connection
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05601 Error: failed to logoff from database
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05602 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05603 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05604 Error: could not find start collection message
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05605 Error: failed while loading data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05606 Error: failed to free storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05607 Error: failed to process start collect request
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05608 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05609 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05610 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05611 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05612 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05613 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05614 Error: invalid number of instances
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05615 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05616 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05617 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05618 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05619 Error: invalid number of resources
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05620 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05621 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05622 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05623 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05624 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05625 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05626 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05627 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05628 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05629 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05630 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05631 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05632 Error: failed to allocate analysis
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05633 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05634 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05635 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05636 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05637 Error: failed to allocate storage
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05638 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05639 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05640 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05641 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05642 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05643 Error: failed to find parameter
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05644 INFO: loader finished processing file
Cause: the historical data loader has successfully completed processing a
historical data file
Action: none
ODG-05645 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05646 Error: loader file truncated
Cause: a partial record was written into the loader file
Action: delete the offending loader file, it cannot be saved. If this is a
reoccurring problem, call Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05647 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05648 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05649 Error: duplicate request id in start collect request
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05650 Error: null collection data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05651 Error: start collection not found
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05652 Error: failed to connect to repository
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05653 Error: failed to create tables
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05654 Error: failed to write analysis
Cause: an internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05655 Error: failed to retrieve service id
Cause: an internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05656 Error: failed to retrieve module id
Cause: an internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05657 Error: failed to retrieve class id
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05658 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05659 Error: failed to create index
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05660 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05661 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05662 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05663 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05664 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05665 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05666 Error: invalid data type
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05667 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05668 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05669 Error: failed to rollup data
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05670 Error: failed getting environment variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05671 Error: failed to connect to repository
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05672 Error: failed to connect to repository
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05673 Error: failed to open cursor
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05674 Error: failed to update table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05675 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05676 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05677 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05678 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05679 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05680 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05681 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05682 Error: failed to create table
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05683 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05684 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05685 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05686 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05687 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05688 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05689 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05690 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05691 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-109
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05692 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05693 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05694 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05695 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05696 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
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ODG-05697 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05698 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05699 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05700 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05701 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-111
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05702 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05703 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05704 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05705 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05706 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05707 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05708 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05709 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05710 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05711 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
6-113
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05712 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05713 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05714 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05715 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05716 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05717 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05718 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05719 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05720 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05721 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
6-115
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05722 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05723 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05724 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/recodirectory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05725 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05726 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05727 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05728 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05729 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05730 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05731 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
6-117
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05732 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05733 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05734 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05735 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05736 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05737 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05738 Error: failed to define output variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05739 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05740 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05741 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier)
6-119
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05742 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05743 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05744 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05745 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05746 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
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ODG-05747 Error: failed to parse statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05748 Error: failed to bind variable
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05749 Error: failed to execute statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05750 Error: failed to commit statement
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05751 Error: failed to fetch row
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-121
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05752 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05753 Error: invalid rollup index
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical
data file.
Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files
in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support
Services before continuing.
ODG-05754 Warning: ORACLE_HOME environment variable is not set properly
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05755 Warning: cannot find ORACLE_HOME
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05756 Warning: cannot convert language handle into text
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05757 Error: failed to allocate memory for message buffer
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05758 Error: failed to re-allocate memory for message buffer
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05759 Error: failed sending message
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05760 Error: failed to free message buffer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05761 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05762 Error: failed to free memory
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05763 Error: unknown datatype
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05764 Error: NULL message buffer
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05765 Error: can’t allocate more than 62912 bytes
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-123
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05766 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05767 Warning: tried to free NULL pointer
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05768 Error: can’t allocate more than 62912 bytes
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05769 Error: failed to allocate memory
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05770 Error: NULL data source
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05771 Error: failed to allocate data
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the Oracle home
directory where the Data Gatherer is running from.
Action: Verify the Data Gatherer was installed properly and that the Oracle
home directory exists and is accessible.
ODG-05772 Error: message decode: vppfreeparams failed
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05773 Error: failed to initialize state information during startup
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Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to read the file which
contains information on what is currently being collected for a target (database
or host).
Action: The historical data for this target will not be collected as this file may
be corrupt. Save the referenced file and contact Oracle Support Services. You
may continue to use the Data Gatherer and setup alternate collections by
removing any files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory associated
with that target (files contain the target name).
ODG-05774 Maximum number of clients exceeded: wait and try to connect again
Cause: the maximum number of clients has been reached that be connected to
the Data Gatherer at any one time.
Action: Wait till a connection is free and retry the operation.
ODG-05775 Error: failed to allocate thread information structure
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05776 Error: failed waiting for client
Cause: a client established an initial socket connection to the Data Gatherer, but
then did not respond with a connection request.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05777 Error: failed to allocate space for client message
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05778 Error: failed to get directory/file info from environment
Cause: An error has occurred attempting to obtain the value for an
environment variable
Action: Verify the installation of the Data Gatherer and ensure the environment
variable exists
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-125
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05779 Warning: loader is currently running, will run again next interval
Cause: the Data Gatherer historical loader was not able to finish processing all
pending data files during the interval between loader passes, therefore, the
loader will continue process data files and will be scheduled to run at the next
interval.
Action: consider reducing the interval between loader passes in order to
reduce the amount of data to be processed, also verify the performance of the
repository to ensure data loads happen as quickly as possible.
ODG-05782 Error: failed to allocate memory during recovery
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to allocate memory at runtime
Action: Retry the operation and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05783 Error: invalid thread index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05784 Error: failed to free parameters
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to free memory
allocated at runtime.
Action: This error can be ignored, however if repeated may exhaust memory
resources and require the Data Gatherer to be restarted.
ODG-05785 Error: failure while gathering data
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to call the collection cartridge
to collect the currently requested data. This error normally includes additional
error information.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05786 Warning: data collection interval exceeded
Cause: the amount of time required to collect the requested data exceeds the
interval between samples, therefore the Data Gatherer can not collect the next
sample at the scheduled time.
Action: consider reducing the amount of data collected or increasing the
interval between samples in order to provide sufficient time for the data to be
collected.
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ODG-05787 Error: invalid thread index
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05788 Warning: maximum msg size exceeded, instances truncated
Cause: an attempt was made to send data to a client or to the historical data file
and the resultant data message is greater in size that the maximum allowable.
In this case data is truncated at the last instance of the collection class prior to
the size limit.
Action: none
ODG-05789 Error: data gathering failed in CP thread
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to call the collection cartridge
to collect the currently requested data. This error normally includes additional
error information.
Action: Review other errors and contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05790 Error: collection cartridge failed to send data labels
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to send the labels
associated with a set of statistics to either a real-time client or the historical data
file.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05791 Error: NLS function failure
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05792 Error: attempting to construct SEND_LOADER_INFO_ACK message
Cause: An internal error has occurred.
Action: Retry operation, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05793 Error: unable to verify historical database connection
Cause: the Capacity Planner product cannot connect to the historical database
supplied
Action: modify the local tnsnames.ora file to contain the service name used as
the location for the historical database.
ODG-05794 Error: Database cartridge failed to re-initialize. Check credentials
given
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
Cause: the Capacity Planner user has changed the credentials on the database
they are monitoring to an incorrect set of credentials.
Action: Verify the credentials used to connect to the database are correct
ODG-05795 Error: replacing unwanted filename characters in service name
Cause: the service name the Data Gatherer is trying to process is invalid,
internal error
Action: contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05796 Error: Capacity Planning database/Data Gatherer version mismatch
Cause: the Data Gatherer is trying to write data to a CP database that has been
converted to a later version which is incompatible.
Action: change the CP database to use either a different user or use a different
database to store the data for this version of the Data Gatherer
ODG-05797 Error processing OCI function
Cause: most likely a tablespace has run out of space, but the message following
this message should spell out the function and the error which should pinpoint
the problem.
Action: if it’s a space issue, you should extend the tablespace or add a datafile.
If the function and associated error do not provide enough information for you
to fix the problem, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05798 Error: State file reorg VP_DEINITIALIZE_REQ, request not found
Cause: the state file is corrupt
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05799 Error: State file reorg VP_END_COLLECT_REQ, request not found
Cause: the state file is corrupt
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05800 Error: couldn’t open recovery socket
Cause: the Data Gatherer failed to during startup recovering previous state
information.
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Action: try restarting the Data Gatherer again. If the error persists contact
Oracle Support Services
ODG-05801 Error: could not seek to start of file
Cause: possible disk failure, too many files open, internal error in the Data
Gatherer.
Action: stop Data Gatherer and restart. If that doesn’t solve the problem, the
state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle Support
Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through Capacity
Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05802 Error: read error on first TLD
Cause: the first record in the State file is corrupt
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05803 Error: read error on first record body
Cause: the first record in the State file is corrupt
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05804 Error: expected connect_req on file read
Cause: the state file is corrupt.
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05805 Error: Memory allocation failed
Cause: You may have too many applications/programs running on your
computer.
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05806 Error: Write of VP_RECOVERY record failed
Cause: The Data Gatherer could not write a record to the state file
Action: Check the device the state files are located on for disk space. Restart the
Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05807 Error: read of connect ack msg failed
Cause: The Data Gatherer encountered an error reading from a socket
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05808 Error: vppinetrs expected connect_req_ack
Cause: error during recovery of State file, message out of synch
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05809 Error: vppinetrs conncect_req body read
Cause: error during recovery of State file
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05810 Error: file msg header read failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05811 Error: State file read error
Cause: read error during recovery of State file
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05812 Error: Write of new_connect failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file
Action: check the device the state file resides on. Restart the Data Gatherer. If
the problem still exists, contact Oracle Support Services.
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ODG-05813 Error: write of save_connect failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file
Action: check the device the state file resides on. Restart the Data Gatherer. If
the problem still exists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ODG-05814 Error: vppinetrs HDR failed
Cause: error during recovery of state file, socket read failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05815 Error: connect_req ack or connect_service ack expected
Cause: error during recovery of State file, messages out of order
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05816 Error: vppinetrs connect_req ack
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05817 Error: vppinetws connect_service_req failed
Cause: Error during recovery of State file, write to socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05818 Error: vppinetrs connnect service ack
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket read failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05819 Error: connect_service_ack expected
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket read error message out of
sync
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-131
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05820 Error: vppinetrs connect_serivce_ack len failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket read failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05821 Error: decode of portno failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, bad message contents
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05822 Error: vppstrtonum failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, string to number conversion failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05823 Error: CP port number is invalid
Cause: error during recovery of State file, invalid port number passed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05824 Error: vppsclose of first socket failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, close of socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05825 Error: vpprecogetsock failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, failed to allocate socket
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05826 Error: vppinetws of new_connect failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket write of message failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
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ODG-05827 Error: vppinetws of save_connect failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket write of message failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05828 Error: vppinetrs HDR failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05829 Error: vppinetrs of slen failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05830 Error: vppintews failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, write to socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05831 Error: vppinetrs HDR failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05832 Error: vppinetrs of slen failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05833 Error: file read of HDR failed
Cause: the state file is corrupt.
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second Tier) 6-133
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages
ODG-05834 Error: file read of blen failed
Cause: the state file is corrupt.
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05835 Error: send of get_modules or initialiaze_req failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, socket write failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05836 Error: vppinetrs HDR failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05837 Error: cartridge not ready will retry
Cause: cartridge is unavailable, usually a database or a node is down.
Action: none, the Data Gatherer will retry once a minute
ODG-05838 Error: vppinetrs slen failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, read from socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05839 Error: body of file read failed
Cause: the state file is corrupt.
Action: the state file will need to be deleted. Save a copy, and contact Oracle
Support Services. In the meantime you can reconnect to the service through
Capacity Planner and set up collections again.
ODG-05840 Error: vppinetws failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, write to socket failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
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ODG-05841 Error: vpprecoverdone() routine failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, renaming of files failed
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05842 Error: close of recovery file failed
Cause: error during recovery of State file, file close
Action: Restart the Data Gatherer. If the problem still exists, contact Oracle
Support Services.
ODG-05843 Error: loader did not load any data this pass
Cause: The loader did not find any data samples to load into the historical
database.
Action: Check the file alert_dg.log for errors that may have occurred since the
last time the loader ran successfully.
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Spatial Index Analyzer Messages
This chapter contains probable causes and recommended actions for messages with the
following prefixes:
Messages
See Page
SDOA-2000 to SDOA-2499 Messages
7-1
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
7-3
SDOA-2000 to SDOA-2499 Messages
SDOA-2001: This layer is already being displayed.
Cause: You attempted to add a layer that is already displayed.
Action: Select a different layer.
SDOA-2002: No databases have been discovered by the Oracle Management
Server. Log to the database directly, or discover the database(s) using the
Enterprise Manager Console first.
Cause: No databases were discovered by the Oracle Management Server.
Action: Log to the database directly, or discover database(s) using the
Enterprise Manager Console first.
SDOA-2003: Unable to process geometries. The geometries must have at least two
dimensions.
Cause: The geometries could not be processed because they were not given
enough dimensions.
Action: Give the geometries at least two dimensions.
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages 7-1
SDOA-2000 to SDOA-2499 Messages
SDOA-2004: This alias is already being used by another object.
Cause: You chose an alias that is already in use.
Action: Choose another alias.
SDOA-2005: This alias is not valid. It is the same as the description of an index.
Cause: You selected an alias that is the same as one that the Analyzer will use
as an index.
Action: Select a different alias.
SDOA-2006: The selected rectangle must have a height and width.
Cause: You selected a rectangular area for a zoom or query operation, but the
rectangle has no height or width.
Action: Respecify the rectangle.
SDOA-2007: The selected circle must have a diameter.
Cause: You selected a circular area for a query operation, but the area is empty.
Action: Respecify the circle.
SDOA-2008: The selected polygon must have an area.
Cause: You selected a polygon for a query operation, but the area is empty.
Action: Respecify the polygon.
SDOA-2009: The edges of the selected polygon cannot intersect with each other.
Cause: You selected a polygon for a query operation, but some of the polygon’s
edges intersect.
Action: Respecify the polygon.
SDOA-2010: There is no geometry matching the specified criteria.
Cause: There is no row in the table with the specified value for the specified
column.
Action: Select a different value or a different column.
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SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6000: An internal error occurred.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6001: Internal error: expected a layer to be selected.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6002: Internal error: cannot find color for selected image.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6003: Internal error: tried to set spinner to unknown color.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6004: Internal error: tried to set spinner to unknown color image.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6005: Internal error: Could not find tessellation row.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6006: Internal error: Layer not in legend table.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages 7-3
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6007: Internal error: Should not be able to query without layers.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6008: Internal error: Unknown query type
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6009: Internal error: Expected a relationship as part of the SDO_RELATE
query.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6010: Internal error: Expected a SDO_WITHIN_DISTANCE_QUERY.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6011: Internal error: Expected to query against a geometry.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6012: Internal error: inconsistent target size.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6013: Internal error: color not found in legend table source.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
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SDOX-6014: Internal error: The object to copy does not have a name.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6015: Internal error: The object to get from the server does not have a
name.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6016: Internal error: The table name does not include a schema name.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6017: Internal error: The layer name does not include a schema, table, or
column.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6018: Internal error: The 8i layer object does not support commit.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6019: Internal error: The 8i layer object does not support remove.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6020: Internal error: Could not get graphics object for canvas.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages 7-5
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6021: Internal error: Canvas object was not initialized.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6022: Internal error: Tried to initialize the Canvas object multiple times.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6023: Internal error: Image object was not initialized.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6024: Internal error: Tried to initialize the Image object multiple times.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6025: Internal error: An invalid index type was specified.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6026: Internal error: insufficient initialization of middle tier object.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6027: Internal error: tried to access the index of a layer which has no index.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
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SDOX-6028: Internal error: tried to access the hybrid index of a layer which has
no hybrid index.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6029: Internal error: An invalid tile type was specified.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6030: Internal error: index object was not initialized.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6031: Internal error: An invalid area type was specified.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6032: Internal error: Insufficient number of dimensions supplied.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6033: Internal error: Cannot add object. It is already in the list.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6034: Internal error: Cannot operate on a specified layer. It is not in the
list.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages 7-7
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6035: Internal error: Unknown tile type specified.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6036: Internal error: Cannot set the alias for an index.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6037: Internal error: Attempt to read color before initializing it.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6038: Internal error: Unknown layer state.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6039: Internal error: tried to operate on the current layer, but there is no
current layer.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6040: Internal error: tried to redraw tiles, but they are not currently being
displayed.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6041: Internal error: tried to operate on an object that is not being
displayed.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
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SDOX-6042: Internal error: Draw all can only be specified on a layer.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6043: Internal error: tried to perform an invalid operation on the event.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6044: Internal error: An invalid dimension was specified.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6045: Internal error: Tried to perform an invalid operation on the drawing
information.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6046: Internal error: Already listening to a stop listener. Cannot listen to
multiple stop listeners.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6047: Internal error: Cannot stop this listener. It doesn’t match the one
currently listening.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6048: Internal error: Tried to access uninitialized data.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages 7-9
SDOX-6000 to SDOX-6499 Messages
SDOX-6049: Internal error: Expected a geometry query.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6050: Internal error: Did not expect a geometry query.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6051: Internal error: Did not find this image in the drawing table.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
SDOX-6052: Internal error: Cannot stop, as not stop listeners are registered.
Cause: This is an internal development error that should not occur under
normal circumstances.
Action: Call Oracle Support Services to report the error.
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Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework
Messages
This chapter contains probable causes and corrective actions for error messages
with the following prefixes:
Messages
See Page
VDE-1000 to VDE- 1999 Messages
8-1
VDI-0000 to VDI-0499 Messages
8-3
VDN-4500 to VDN-4999 Messages
8-3
VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages
8-3
VDR-7000 to VDR-7499 Messages
8-5
VDU-6000 to VDU-6499 Messages
8-6
VDE-1000 to VDE- 1999 Messages
VDE-1003: Event incomplete.
Cause: An attempt was made to register an incomplete event.
Action: Complete the event before registering it.
VDE-1004: A system error has occurred while contacting the agent.
Cause: The target naming service encountered a unrecoverable error while
contacting the agent.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework Messages
8-1
VDE-1000 to VDE- 1999 Messages
VDE-1523: There is no agent on node <name of node>.
Cause: Either the repository has been corrupted, or there is a problem with a
previous discovery on that node.
Action: Initiate auto-discovery on the node again. If the problem persists,
contact Oracle Support Services.
VDE-1524: Insufficient privileges for removing some libraries.
Cause: Some of the event libraries selected cannot be removed for lack of
permission.
Action: Retry on only those libraries for which you have sufficient permission.
VDE-1525: At least one of the event(s) cannot be removed because of insufficient
user privileges or because some other user is currently manipulating the
event(s).
Cause: One or more of the event occurrences selected to be moved to Event
History cannot be moved for lack of permission.
Action: Any event occurrence(s) on which you had the correct permissions has
been successfully moved to Event History. You will need appropriate
permissions before moving the rest, however.
VDE-1527: At least one of the event occurrences cannot be moved because of
insufficient privileges.
Cause: Some of the event occurrences selected for removal cannot be removed
for lack of permission.
Action: Any event occurrence(s) on which you had the correct permissions has
been successfully removed. You will need appropriate permissions before
removing the rest, however.
VDE-1528: At least one event occurrence cannot be removed because of
insufficient privileges.
Cause: One or more of the events selected cannot be removed either because of
lack of permission or because the event is currently being manipulated by
another user.
Action: Before you can move an event, you must obtain permission from the
owner of the event, or obtain FULL event permissions from a Super User.
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VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages
VDI-0000 to VDI-0499 Messages
VDI-0001: Internal error - invalid state change from <parameter>.
Cause: An internal error occurred in Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VDI-0002: A system error has occurred.
Cause: An internal error occurred possibly because of a lost repository
connection, a corrupted repository, or an incorrect installation.
Action: Verify connectivity to the repository. If you are able to connect to the
repository, contact Oracle Support Services. You may also want to submit the
Oracle Enterprise Manager trace file.
VDN-4500 to VDN-4999 Messages
VDN-4510: Group <name of group> does not exist.
Cause: The group was deleted by another user.
Action: None.
VDN-4564: Cannot resolve host <name of host>.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server could not find the host with the given
name on the network.
Action: Check the spelling of the hostname. Fully qualify the hostname with
the domain name (e.g., production.uk.oracle.com instead of production.) This will
be helpful in cases where you are trying to discover the node in a different
domain.
VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages
VDOUS-00101: Error creating Java Virtual Machine
Cause: The installation of the Oracle Management Server was incorrect.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack. If this fails, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VDOUS-00102: Unable to locate class <name> in CLASSPATH <path>.
Cause: Components that should be installed are missing.
Action: Reinstall the missing components.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework Messages
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VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages
VDOUS-00103: Unable to locate method in class <class>:<method>.
Cause: The version of class/ZIP files in CLASSPATH is incorrect.
Action: Remove the older versions of the class/ZIP files and re-install the
Management Pack.
VDOUS-00104: Unable to allocate new Java object <name> in <method>.
Cause: Java Virtual Machine is out of memory.
Action: Shut down and restart all Management Pack applications.
VDOUS-00106: Not enough memory to perform allocation
Cause: Problems occurred during the bridge start-up.
Action: Close some of the other applications and retry.
VDOUS-00107: CoInitialize failed in GetDispatchDriver for <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00108: CLSIDFromProgID failed for <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00109: GetActiveObject/CoCreateInstance failed for <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00110: QueryInterface failed for <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00111: CoInitialize failed in <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00112: CLSIDFromProgID failed for interface <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
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VDR-7000 to VDR-7499 Messages
VDOUS-00113: Failed to get active object for interface <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00114: Failed to get IDispatch for interface <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDOUS-00115: Failed to get DISPID for interface <name>.
Cause: Problems occurred in OLE initialization.
Action: Re-install the Management Pack.
VDR-7000 to VDR-7499 Messages
VDR-7000: Error accessing regristry <name of registry>.
Cause: A lost database connection, an invalid transaction, or an invalid SQL
operation may have occurred. Details as to the failure are included in the
exception.
Action: If the case is a lost connection or a repository that has shut down,
restart the Oracle Management Server. Otherwise, an internal error occurred, in
which case you should contact Oracle Support Services and log a software
problem report containing the information presented in the message.
VDR-7001: Key <name of key> cannot be registered.
Cause: While running the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant, one of
the following may have occurred:
■
a lost database connection
■
an invalid transaction
■
an invalid SQL operation
Action: Redo the configuration of the Oracle Management Server.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework Messages
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VDU-6000 to VDU-6499 Messages
VDU-6000 to VDU-6499 Messages
VDU-6000: Principal still owns objects to which access is being revoked.
Cause: Access to the job and/or the event subsystem was being revoked while
the user still owns jobs or events. The jobs or events have not only been
submitted or registered, but also reside in their corresponding libraries.
Action: Reassign ownership of all of the jobs and events to another user and
retry the operation.
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Index Tuning Wizard Messages
VDKBITW-1000 to VDKBITW-1008: Messages
VDKBITW-1000: Invalid ORACLE_HOME
Cause: ORACLE_HOME does not have a valid value.
Action: Set ORACLE_HOME to a version 2.x Oracle Enterprise Manager home
directory.
VDKBITW-1001: Invalid repository credentials.
Cause: The repository credentials passed in from Oracle Expert or the
command line are missing or invalid.
Action: Provide valid repository credentials.
VDKBITW-1002: Invalid Oracle Management Server credentials.
Cause: The credentials passed in from the Console or command line are
missing or invalid.
Action: Provide valid Oracle Management Server credentials.
VDKBITW-1003: Failed to connect to the Oracle Management Server.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server is down or needs to be restarted.
Action: Restart the Oracle Management Server.
VDKBITW-1004: Error retrieving repository credentials from the Oracle
Management Server.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server is down.
Action: Restart the Oracle Management Server.
VDKBITW-1005: The dynamic link library {0} or one of its dynamic link libraries
could not be found.
Index Tuning Wizard Messages
9-1
VDKBITW-1000 to VDKBITW-1008: Messages
Cause: A dynamic link library is missing from ORACLE_HOME\bin directory.
Action: Check to make sure the ORACLE_HOME environment is correct or
re-install.
VDKBITW-1006: Invalid target database. Select a target database with valid
preferred credentials before launching.
Cause: Either a target database was not selected in the navigator or the
database selected in the navigator does not have valid preferred credentials.
Action: Use the console to make sure the preferred credentials of the target
database are valid. Also make sure that the target database is selected in the
navigator before launching the Index Tuning Wizard.
VDKBITW-1007: Connection to the target database failed. The username and
password are not available.
Cause: The target user name and/or password contained a value of null.
Action: In the console, set the preferred credentials for the target database, or
pass the user name and password in on the command line. If the error still
occurs, contact Oracle Support Services.
VDKBITW-1008: Connection to the target database was lost.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to connect to the target database.
Action: Check if the target database you are trying to connect to is up. If the
error still occurs, check if the database entry is in the TNSNAMES.ORA file. If
the error still occurs, contact Oracle Support Services.
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Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Error
Messages
This chapter contains the error messages that are specific to the Oracle Management
Pack for SAP R/3. If you receive other error messages while using the Oracle
Management Pack for SAP R/3, see the appropriate chapters of this manual for
more information on those messages.
Some of the Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 error messages ask you to
provide debug output for the Oracle Data Gatherer to Oracle Support Services. See
Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 manual for more
information on running the Oracle Data Gatherer on NT and UNIX in debug mode.
VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages
VIS-09001: An illegal service name was given for logon.
Cause: An illegal service name was entered in the logon dialog box.
Action: The service name that you provide for logon should have a format of
<application-server>:<sid>:<system-number>, with an optional :<language>
key.
VIS-09002: Wrong credentials given.
Cause: The username entered in the logon dialog box was not an SAP R/3
username or the user’s password was wrong. Or, you did not enter preferred
credentials for a SAP R/3 system before registering an event against that
system.
Action: Make sure that the right credentials are entered.
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Error Messages 10-1
VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages
VIS-09003: User is not authorized.
Cause: Make sure that the SAP R/3 user has the right privileges.
Action: SAP R/3 users must have the S_A.CPIC, S_A.SCON, and S_A.SYSTEM
privileges.
VIS-09004: Cannot connect to SAP R/3 system.
Cause: A connection cannot be made to the specified SAP R/3 system.
Action: Make sure that the SAP system is running, and that the host is
reachable via the network.
VIS-09005: Lost the connection to SAP R/3 system.
Cause: The SAP system has been shut down. The system is only handling the
startup and shutdown of single application instances. The central instance (the
instance that holds the message server) may be down.
Action: Check the network connection (and restart the SAP system).
VIS-09006: Fatal error in SAP R/3 collection cartridge, please refer to the log file.
Cause: A fatal error has occurred in the SAP R/3 collection cartridge.
Action: If the error can be reproduced, provide debug output and the log file,
alert_dg.log, to Oracle Support Services.
VIS-09007: Fatal error while initializing function modules.
Cause: This is an error during the initialization of the connection to an SAP
R/3 system.
Action: If the error can be reproduced, contact Oracle Support Services and
provide them with the release number and patch level of the specific SAP R/3
system.
VIS-09008: Fatal error, unable to allocate memory.
Cause: No more memory can be allocated.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services and provide them with information
about the memory consumption of the Oracle Data Gatherer process.
VIS-09009: Fatal RFC error.
Cause: A fatal RFC error has occurred.
Action: If the error can be reproduced, provide debug output and the log file,
alert_dg.log, to Oracle Support Services.
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VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages
VIS-09010: Wrong language identifier given.
Cause: You specified an incorrect language key as part of the SAP service
name. The service name that you provide should have a format of
<application-server>:<sid>:<system-number>, with an optional :<language>
key.
Action: Make sure that you specify the correct language key.
VIS-09011: Error during callback, please refer to the log file.
Cause: There has been an internal error in the communication between the
client and the Oracle Data Gatherer. These errors may mean that the client is
unable to deliver the resources for the callback. This type of problem might
mean that an Oracle Performance Manager user will be unable to drill down on
a chart or to restart a work process, for example.
Action: If the error can be reproduced, provide debug output and the log file,
alert_dg.log, to Oracle Support Services.
VIS-09012: The user is not authorized to exit the ABAP/4 program.
Cause: Make sure that the user has the right privileges.
Action: The user must have the S_A.SYSTEM privilege.
VIS-09013: The user is not authorized to restart the work process.
Cause: Make sure that the user has the right privileges.
Action: The user must have the S_A.SYSTEM privilege.
VIS-09014: Bad buffer quality data value
Cause: The user has registered a Bad Buffer Quality event test to monitor a
nonexistent buffer.
Action: Try to register the event test again using a correct buffer name.
VIS-09015: Bad SAP R/3 instance data value
Cause: The user has registered a Bad Response Time event test for a
nonexistent SAP R/3 application instance.
Action: Try to register the event test again using a correct application instance
name.
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Error Messages 10-3
VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages
VIS-09016: Bad SAP R/3 memory data value
Cause: A user has registered a memory event test (for example, the In-Memory
Roll Area Too Small event test, In-Memory Page Area Too Small event test, or
the Extended Memory Too Small event test) for a nonexistent application
instance.
Action: Try to register the event test again using a correct application instance
name.
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Oracle Top Sessions Messages
VMS-00001 to VMS-00004: Critical Error Messages
VMS-00001: Failed to create empty document
Cause: Could not create a document
Action: Reinstall the Performance Pack.
VMS-00002: OLE initialization failed; check version of OLE libraries.
Cause: The AfxOleInit system call failed.
Action: Check your version of the OLE libraries.
VMS-00003: Unable to access public synonym name. Cannot proceed further.
Press Retry to reconnect.
Cause: A critical public synonym could not be accessed because it either does
not exist or the user does not have permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-00004: Unable to access public synonyms. Cannot proceed further. Press
Retry to reconnect.
Cause: The v$session, v$sesstat, and v$statname public synonyms could not be
accessed. The synonyms either do not exist or the user does not have
permissions to access them.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
Oracle Top Sessions Messages 11-1
VMS-01000 to VMS-01016: Not-So-Critical Error Messages
VMS-01000 to VMS-01016: Not-So-Critical Error Messages
VMS-01000: Unable to access public synonym V$OPEN_CURSOR. Cannot show
open cursors.
Cause: Either v$open_cursor does not exist or the user does not have the
necessary permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-01001: Unable to access public synonym V$SQLTEXT. Cannot show
explain plan.
Cause: Either v$sqltext does not exist or the user does not have the necessary
permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-01002: Unable to access public synonym V$LOCK. Cannot show locks
information.
Cause: Either v$lock not exist or the user does not have the necessary
permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-01003: Unable to access public synonym SYS.DBA_WAITERS. Cannot
show blocked sessions.
Cause: The synonym either does not exist or the user does not have the
necessary permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATBLOCK.SQL and
grant you SELECT privileges on all columns of the views DBA_WAITERS and
DBA_LOCKS.
VMS-01004: Unable to access table SYS.PLAN_TABLE. Cannot show explain
plan.
Cause: Either sys.plan_table does not exist or the user does not have the
necessary permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run UTLXPLAN.SQL and grant you
SELECT, INSERT and DELETE privileges on all columns of this table.
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VMS-01000 to VMS-01016: Not-So-Critical Error Messages
VMS-01005: Unable to access public synonym DBA_OBJECTS. Cannot show
blocked sessions.
Cause: Either dba_objects does not exist or the user does not have the
necessary permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-01006: Cannot access DBA_WAITERS and SYS.PLAN_TABLE. Cannot
show blocked sessions and explain plan.
Cause: Either sys.plan_table does not exist or the user does not have the
necessary permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to do the following: run the script
CATALOG.SQL and UTLXPLAN.SQL; grant you the SELECT privilege on all
columns of DBA_WAITERS; and grant you SELECT, INSERT and DELETE
privileges on all columns of the SYS.PLAN_TABLE.
VMS-01007: System failed to allocate a timer.
Cause: A timer could not be obtained from the system.
Action: Try closing other applications which use timers.
VMS-01008: Failed to connect to database.
Cause: A database session could not be opened.
Action: Specify a different username, password, or connect string.
VMS-01009: File topsess.opt not found.
Cause: Could not find the options file topsess.opt.
Action: Specify default options and continue. Oracle TopSessions will recreate
this file when it exists.
VMS-01010: Trouble reading topsess.opt file
Cause: Unable to read the options file topsess.opt
Action: Specify the default options and continue. Oracle TopSessions will
recreate this file when it exists.
VMS-01011: Could not write to topsess.opt file
Cause: Unable to write to the options file, topsess.opt file.
Action: The file probably has read-only permissions, or you may be out of hard
disk space.
Oracle Top Sessions Messages 11-3
VMS-01000 to VMS-01016: Not-So-Critical Error Messages
VMS-01012: Could not serialize to topsess.opt file
Cause: Unable to serialize to the options file topsess.opt
Action: The file probably has read-only permissions, or you may be out of hard
disk space.
VMS-01013: Cannot proceed further. Press Retry to reconnect.
Cause: Unable to connect to the database
Action: Press the retry button to reconnect.
VMS-01014: Cannot verify if SYS.DBA_WAITERS and SYS.PLAN_TABLE are
accessible. Assuming they are accessible.
Cause: Unable to verify whether SYS.DBA_WAITERS and SYS.PLAN_TABLE
are accessible
Action: None
VMS-01015: Unable to access public synonym V$ROLLNAME. Cannot show
locks information.
Cause: Unable to access v$rollname public synonym. It either does not exist or
you do not have permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
VMS-01016: Unable to access public synonym AUDIT_ACTIONS. Cannot show
session commands.
Cause: Unable to access audit_actions public synonym. It either does not exist
or you do not have permissions to access it.
Action: Ask your system administrator to run the script CATALOG.SQL.
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VMS-02000 to VMS-02009: Informational Messages
VMS-02000 to VMS-02009: Informational Messages
VMS-02000: Query returned no rows.
Cause: No rows were returned when the query was executed.
Action: None
VMS-02001: No data available.
Cause: The query did not return any data.
Action: None
VMS-02002: The Name field must be supplied.
Cause: Name field validation failed.
Action: Enter a name in the appropriate field.
VMS-02003: The Password field must be supplied.
Cause: Password field validation failed.
Action: Enter a password in the appropriate field.
VMS-02004: Cannot explain plan for non-DML commands
Cause: Explain plans can be shown only for SELECT, UPDATE, and DELETE
commands.
Action: None
VMS-02005: Close Oracle TopSessions?
Cause: Confirm if you really want to close TopSessions application.
Action: Press YES to exit or NO to continue.
VMS-02006: Data will be lost if you disconnect this session. Disconnect from
database?
Cause: Confirm if you really want to change database connection.
Action: Press YES to proceed.
VMS-02007: Kill this session?
Cause: Confirm if you really want to kill this session.
Action: Press YES to proceed.
Oracle Top Sessions Messages 11-5
VMS-02000 to VMS-02009: Informational Messages
VMS-02008: Please connect to the database and retry the operation.
Cause: Not connected to the database
Action: Connect to the database and retry the operation.
VMS-02009: Increasing the session refresh interval to a more reasonable length.
Cause: The automatic session refresh interval is too small.
Action: Choose a greater session refresh interval length.
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Agent Gateway Messages
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-2001: Queue facility error
Cause: The agent was unable to access the job data from the job queue file.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-2002: File operation error
Cause: The agent was unable to access one of the following files: job queue, job
status, job output, job input parameter file, or job script file.
Action: Make sure the Agent has been properly installed. Refer to the Oracle
Intelligent Agent User’s Guide for information on how to verify the agent
installation. Verify none of the agent files have been edited nor additional
directories created under $ORACLE_HOME/network/agent.
VNI-2003: Memory manager error
Cause: The agent was unable to allocate the required memory to accomplish
the job.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-2006: Job is not found.
Cause: The agent was unable to locate the specified job id. This can happen if
the Oracle Management Server repository is out of sync with the agent’s queue
files.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-1
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-2007: tcl script is not found.
Cause: The agent was unable to locate the script required to run the job. This
can happen if the submitted job refers to a tcl script residing on the agent
machine and the script is not available.
Action: Verify that the agent on the target machine is installed correctly.
VNI-2008: Mandatory input is missing.
Cause: Script parameters of the job are missing.
Action: Submit the job with all required parameters.
VNI-2009: Total job task parameters are too long.
Cause: The total length of the job task parameters is too long.
Action: Correct the parameters to satisfy the following constraints:
■
Username and password parameter length must be < 30.
■
The target name length must be < 80.
■
The schedule string length must be < 256.
■
The total length of all the job arguments must be < 1024.
VNI-2010: Schedule error
Cause: Scheduling of job failed either because the time the job was scheduled
for has already past or there was an error parsing the job schedule string.
Action: Check the parameters in the job schedule page.
VNI-2011: Maximum number of input files exceeded.
Cause: The number of input files for the job is greater than 5.
Action: Submit the job with the number of input files greater than or equal to 5.
VNI-2012: No such user
Cause: The agent was unable to locate the repository for the specified job ID.
This can happen if the Oracle Management Server repository is out of sync with
the agent’s queue files.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-2013: Outstanding tcl exists. Cannot interrupt.
Cause: The running job cannot be deleted.
Action: Delete the job after it completes its execution.
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VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-2015: Authentication error
Cause: The operating system user credentials set for the target node were
incorrect. The agent validates/uses this information to run a job.
Action: In the administrator preferences preferred credentials page, set the
correct operating system user credentials for the target node. For more detailed
information, see theOracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide.
VNI-2016: Failed to fork job
Cause: The agent failed to create an operating system process for running the
job.
Action: In the administrator preferences preferred credentials page, set the
correct operating system user credentials for the target node. Check the number
of processes running on the agent’s machine. The operating system may restrict
the number of processes.
VNI-2017: Agent restarted while job running.
Cause: The agent was restarted while the job process was running.
Action: Submit the job again.
VNI-2018: Job output lost.
Cause: The job output could not be written because of file errors.
Action: On the agent machine, check space availability, the permissions on the
directory, and the system resources.
VNI-2019: Could not resume thread
Cause: Internal error
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-2020: System resources shortage
Cause: The job process could not be started after trying several times because
of system resource shortage.
Action: Reduce the system work load by reducing the number of jobs.
VNI-2021: Crypt key initialization error
Cause: An attempt to establish a secure communication channel between the
Oracle Management Server and the agent failed.
Action: Check if the Oracle Management Server and agent are up and running
and check the network connections.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-3
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-2022: Crypt operation (encryption/decryption) error
Cause: Decryption failure
Action: Try performing the action again, and if a problem persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3001: Internal Error: queue facility error
Cause: The agent was unable to access the event data from the event
registration queue file.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3002: File operation error
Cause: The agent was unable to access the registration queue file or the event
status file.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3003: Internal Error: memory manager
Cause: The agent was unable to allocate the required memory during
registration or event notification reporting.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3004: Internal Error: tcl error
Cause: The agent encountered a tcl script error while evaluating the event tcl
script during registration and subsequent scheduled evaluations.
Action: Confirm that the event test parameters are set properly and that the
agent is installed properly.
VNI-3005: The event test has already been registered with same parameter values
by an EM user against the same target.
Cause: Either an event containing two identical event tests with the same
parameter values is registered, or the Oracle Management Server repository is
out of sync with the agent’s queue files.
Action: Re-register the event with a different set of parameters.
VNI-3006: Event is not found.
Cause: The agent was unable to locate the specified event ID. The Oracle
Management Server repository might be out of sync with the agent’s queue
files.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-3007: tcl script is not found.
Cause: The agent was unable to locate the event’s script. The event tcl script
residing on the agent machine may accidentally have been deleted.
Action: Re-install the Intelligent Agent to ensure all event files are provided on
the system. If this fails, contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3008: Mandatory input is missing.
Cause: The named parameter which identifies the event is missing.
Action: Register the event supplying the value of the named parameter.
VNI-3009: Maximum string length exceeded.
Cause: The maximum string length was exceeded.
Action: Correct the parameters to satisfy the following constraints:
■
Event name length must be < 80.
■
The target name length must be < 80.
■
The total length of all the event arguments must be < 80.
VNI-3011: User not found in user tables.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server repository is out of sync with the
agent’s queue files.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3012: Fixit job registration already exists.
Cause: Two events containing the same event test were registered with the
same parameter values and frequency, and with the fixit flag on. The events
were either registered by the same user or by two different users.
Action: Modify the parameter values slightly to ensure the uniqueness of the
job.
VNI-3013: Fixit requested and job not scheduled.
Cause: The job and event queue files are in an inconsistent state, which may
have been caused by an abnormal shutdown of the agent.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-3014: Interval too short.
Cause: The frequency parameter of the event is < 30 seconds.
Action: Make sure frequency parameter value is > 30 seconds.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-5
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-3015: Connection failed.
Cause: Either the RPC connection between the gateway and the agent is bad, or
the agent might be down.
Action: Restart the agent.
VNI-3016: Crypt key initialization error
Cause: An attempt to establish a secure communication channel between the
Oracle Management Server and the agent failed.
Action: Check if the Oracle Management Server and agent are up and running,
and check the network connections.
VNI-3017: Crypt operation (encryption/decryption) error
Cause: Decryption failure
Action: Try performing the action again and if the problem persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4001: Local host IP Address could not be resolved.
Cause: Agent Gateway failed to get TCP/IP host name of its machine.
Action: Check your TCP/IP configuration and contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4002: Unknown gateway exception
Cause: Some abnormal conditions can cause this error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. You will most likely need to provide a
trace file for the Oracle Management Server. Refer to the Oracle Enterprise
Manager Configuration Guide for information on tracing the Management Server.
VNI-4009: Cannot contact agent on the node--agent may be down or network
communication to the node has failed.
Cause: There may be network congestion or problems with the
hardware/software on the node.
Action: Check the node and make sure it is still operational. Check the network
connection by pinging the node. For network problems, contact your network
adminstrator.
VNI-4016: Fixit job id is invalid.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server repository is out of sync with agent’s
queue files.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VNI-4017: Bad vni controller instruction
Cause: The task dependency structure of the job or event being submitted is
invalid. The job or event could be corrupt.
Action: Delete the job or event and recreate it. If the problem persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4018: Inputs to adapter are invalid.
Cause: The task dependency structure of the job or event being submitted is
invalid. The job or event could be corrupt.
Action: Delete the job or event and recreate it. If the problem persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4021: Unrecognized schedule details class in token.
Cause: The job’s schedule parameter is incorrect.
Action: Check the parameters on the job schedule page.
VNI-4022: Bad V1 schedule string
Cause: The job’s schedule parameter is incorrect.
Action: Submit the job with correct schedule string.
VNI-4025: Task returned no output.
Cause: The submitted job might not have had any output or might have
crashed while running.
Action: If the job did have output, check the job script and ensure it is correct,
then resubmit the job. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4026: Discovery failed.
Cause: The user who started the Oracle Management Server might not have
write permissions to the Oracle Enterprise Manager temporary directory. The
gateway uses a temporary directory during the discovery process.
Action: Give write permissions to the Oracle Enterprise Manager temporary
directory to the user who started the Oracle Management Server. The
temporary directory is located at $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/temp.
VNI-4027: Recipient parameter for broadcast task is not supported by this agent.
Cause: A broadcast job with a non-null value for the Recipient parameter was
submitted against an agent. The agent does not support the Recipient field.
Action: Submit the job against the agent with no value filled in the Recipient
field.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-7
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-4028: Error accessing gateway registry
Cause: The Oracle Management Server’s connection to the repository was lost.
Action: Check the health of the repository where Oracle Management Server’s
schema is stored. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4029: Invalid task name: <taskname>
Cause: A non-existent task name was used internally by the Oracle
Management Server/Agent Gateway to identify job tasks and event tests. Either
the task name is null, or it does not figure in the list of valid tasks maintained in
the registry. This error signifies a problem in the Oracle Management Server, the
Agent Gateway, or the installation.
Action: Ensure the proper installation of Oracle Enterprise Manager. If
problems persist, contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4030: Invalid task : <taskname>
Cause: Task does not implement the required interface.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4031: Invalid listener name
Cause: A valid listener name could not be formed for the submitted listener
job/event.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4032: Error while locking the agent
Cause: Errors occurred while locking Oracle Management Server repository
tables.
Action: Check the health of the repository where the Oracle Management
Server’s schema is stored. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VNI-4033: Error while accessing repository
Cause: Unable to access the Oracle Management Server repository.
Action: Check the health of repository where the Oracle Management Server’s
schema is stored. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4034: Duplicate event tests are not allowed. <event test> is a duplicate event
test.
Cause: The event submitted contains two event tests that are duplicates.
Action: Edit the event to remove the duplicate event tests.
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VNI-4035: The event test has already been registered by an EM user against the
same target.
Cause: A similar event test has already been submitted against the same target.
Action: Deregister the previously registered event before registering a new one.
VNI-4036: The event test has already been registered with same parameter values
by an EM user against the same target.
Cause: An event test with the same arguments has already been submitted
against this target.
Action: Deregister the previously registered event before registering a new one.
VNI-4038: Out of memory! Large job outputs could cause this.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server was unable to allocate the required
memory to collect the job output. This is caused when the output of the
returned job is large.
Action: Free up more memory on the node running the Management Server.
VNI-4039: Output truncated due to Out of Memory.
Cause: The job output was truncated because the required amount of memory
could not be allocated. This occurs when the job’s output is large.
Action: If the problem persists, consider reducing the maximum job output size
parameter.
VNI-4040: The Oracle Management Server is out of sync with the Agent or its
communication to the Agent is hung.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server repository is out of sync with the
agent’s queue files. This could be caused in one of the following ways:
Situation 1: A new agent was installed into a new Oracle home but the
"*.q" files were not copied over from the old Oracle home.
Action: Bring the agent down, copy over the new "*.q" files, and bring the
agent back up. Refresh the node from within the Oracle Enterprise
Manager console.
Situation 2: The agent queue files were accidentally deleted by the user.
Action: Bring the agent down. Remove the node from the Oracle
Enterprise Manager console navigator. This will prompt you to remove
existing jobs/events. Once jobs and events have been removed, collapse
and expand the console navigator to refresh the tree and see that the node is
removed.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-9
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
Situation 3: Two or more agents are one the same node. At some point,
jobs and events were submitted against one agent. That agent was brought
down and another agent was brought up. Jobs and events were then
submitted against the second agent.
Action: Bring up the correct agent and refresh the node from the Oracle
Enterprise Manager console navigator.
Situation 4: Communication from the Management Server to the Agent is
hung because of network problems or because the agent’s machine has
crashed.
Action: Perform a tcp/ip ping of the agent machine. Then, check network
connectivity by doing a ping from the Management Server machine to the
Agent machine. If that succeeds, verify the agent is running by entering
these Oracle Net tnsping commands:
tnsping (address=(protocol=tcp)(host=agent-hostname)(port=1748))
tnsping (address=(protocol=tcp)(host=agent-hostname)(port=1754))
If it fails with the ORA-12541 error, it means the agent is not running and
needs to be started.
VNI-4041: The version of agent cannot be retrieved.
Cause: The user who started the Oracle Management Server might not have
write permissions to the Oracle Enterprise Manager temporary directory. The
gateway uses a temporary directory during the discovery process.
Action: Give write permissions to the Oracle Enterprise Manager temporary
directory to the user who started the Oracle Management Server. The
temporary directory is located at $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/temp.
VNI-4042: Secure communication with agent failed.
Cause: There is a problem in communication between the Agent and the Oracle
Management Server. This error may occur during job submission, event
registration or node refresh. This error usually occurs if there is a firewall
separating the Agent and the Management Server and the appropriate ports are
not open.
Action: If a firewall separates the Management Server and the Agent, the
following security rules need to be configured for the firewall:
■
■
Ports 1748, 1754 over TCP: Management Server communicating with the
Agent to discover new targets
Port 7772 over TCP: Agent communicating with Management Server.
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■
Port 7773 over TCP: Agent communicating with Management Server via
SSL.
VNI-4044: Cannot contact agent. Node may be down, or the network may be
down or slow.
Cause: There are problems contacting the node itself.
Action: Check the node and make sure it is up and running. Check the physical
network connections to the node. Try doing a "ping" and make sure the node is
responding. If there are network problems, contact your network adminstrator.
VNI-4045: Cannot contact agent. Agent is not running on the node.
Cause: The node is accessible, but the agent is not running.
Action: Start the agent. If you are running on a Microsoft Windows NT client,
start the agent service from the Control Panel Services dialog. If you are
running on a UNIX-based client, use the command: lsnrctl
dbsnmp_start.
VNI-4046: Agent is not responding. Agent may be busy or in an invalid state.
Cause: The agent is not able to respond in a timely manner. This is most likely
due to internal communication problems with the agent.
Action: Restart the agent. If this error occurs repeatedly, turn on agent tracing
and contact Oracle Support Services.
VNI-4047: Error accessing queue files on the Agent node.
Cause: There are problems accessing .q files on the agent node.
Action: Check the $ORACLE_HOME/network/agent directory, where
$ORACLE_HOME is the directory where the agent is installed. Make sure there
is disk space available and permissions are set such that the agent executable
(dbsnmp) has read/write permissions on that directory and its files.
VNI-4048: Agent internal error (e.g, Out of memory, Operating system error).
Cause: This is an internal error.
Action: Make sure the Agent has been properly installed. Refer to the Oracle
Intelligent Agent User’s Guide for information on how to verify the agent
installation. Verify none of the agent files have been edited nor additional
directories created under $ORACLE_HOME/network/agent.
Agent Gateway Messages 12-11
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages
VNI-4049: Agent gateway internal error.
Cause: This is usually a transient type of error.
Action: Check the network connection between the Oracle Management Server
and the agent node.
VNI-4050: Agent is running but version is not compatible.
Cause: This occurs when there is communication between an Oracle
Management Server and an Agent of a later version. The latest version of
Agents supported by a Management Server is the version that ships with the
Management Server.
Action: Make sure you use an Agent that is compatible with the Management
Server. Refer to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide for
information on compatible versions.
VNI-4052: Invalid target or target type.
Cause: This may occur if jobs or events are submitted against a target that is no
longer recognized by the Agent. This happens if a previously discovered target
is deleted or if there are configuration problems on the Agent host.
Action: If the target has really been removed, its information also needs to be
removed from the Enterprise Manager console. First delete any existing jobs
and events against that target. Then delete the target from the console navigator
tree.
VNI-4053: Registration of event test <event test name> is not supported against
<agent version> agents. Upgrade agent to version <version no> or later.
Cause: Registration of the event test is not supported against this agent
version.
Action: Upgrade agent to the version that is supported or higher.
VNI- 4054: The Oracle Management Server is out of sync with the Agent.
Cause: This may happen during a node refresh. The error occurs because the
Oracle Management Server out of sync with the agent’s queue files. This could
be caused in one of the following ways:
Situation 1: A new agent was installed into a new Oracle home but the
"*.q" files were not copied over from the old Oracle home.
Action: Bring the agent down, copy over the new "*.q" files, and bring the
agent back up. Refresh the node from within the Oracle Enterprise
Manager console.
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Situation 2: The agent queue files were accidentally deleted by the user.
Action: Bring the agent down. Remove the node from the Oracle
Enterprise Manager console navigator. This will prompt you to remove
existing jobs/events. Once jobs and events have been removed, collapse
and expand the console navigator to refresh the tree and see that the node is
removed.
Situation 3: Two or more agents are one the same node. At some point,
jobs and events were submitted against one agent. That agent was brought
down and another agent was brought up. Jobs and events were then
submitted against the second agent.
Action: Bring up the correct agent and refresh the node from the Oracle
Enterprise Manager console navigator.
Agent Gateway Messages
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Console Messages
This chapter contains probable causes and recommended actions for messages with
the following prefixes:
Messages
See Page
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127: Generic Console Messages
13-1
VTCE-1232 to VTCE-1237: Event Management Messages
13-5
VTCV-1343 to VTCV-1344: User Manager Component Messages
13-6
VTCX-1337 to VTCX-1350: Job and Event Management Messages
13-6
VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages
13-9
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127: Generic Console Messages
VTC-1000: Error encountered attempting to edit the administrator.
Cause: The administrator no longer exists or the Oracle Management Server is
no longer available.
Action: Close and reopen the Management Administrators dialog. If the Oracle
Management Server is down, restart it and log back into the server (or another
sharing the repository).
VTC-1001: You do not have access privileges for this operation.
Cause: You tried to perform a task for which you have not been granted proper
privileges.
Action: To perform this task, you would need to be granted full privileges, be
the owner of the operation, or be a Super Administrator.
Console Messages 13-1
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127: Generic Console Messages
VTC-1002: Please enter a valid username. Empty usernames and usernames with
leading or trailing spaces are not allowed.
Cause: The username is invalid or has not been entered.
Action: Enter a valid username.
VTC-1003: Please enter a valid password. Empty passwords and passwords with
leading or trailing spaces are not allowed.
Cause: The password is invalid or has not been entered.
Action: Enter a valid password.
VTC-1004: Failed to confirm password.
Cause: The password in the "confirm password" field is not the same as the
password.
Action: Make sure both passwords are the same.
VTC-1005: An administrator with name <name> already exists. Please select a
unique name.
Cause: You specified an administrator name that is already being used by
another administrator.
Action: Specify a different name for the administrator.
VTC-1006: Error creating administrator
Cause: Exceptions beyond the scope of the console occurred - for example, the
Oracle Management Server going down.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTC-1007: This administrator is currently logged in to Oracle Enterprise
Manager. An active administrator cannot be deleted.
Cause: You tried to remove an administrator who is still logged into the
system.
Action: Make sure the administrator to be removed is logged out of the system
before attempting the removal.
VTC-1008: Launching of the ticker application failed.
Cause: "Out of band" exceptions occurred while launching the event ticker.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTC-1009: You will lose all the changes you have made. Do you wish to
continue?
Cause: You have changed the destination of the job or event you are creating.
Changing the destination will cause you to lose all changes you have made.
Action: Click OK to start over, or click cancel to retain your previous work.
VTC-1011: Errors were encountered attempting to remove the network service.
Review and correct all the problems before attempting to remove the service
again
Cause: An error was encountered attempting to remove a database, listener,
node, or other discovered service from the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console.
A detailed error is attached to this message.
Action: Take corrective action, such as re-attempting the removal of the service.
VTC-1016: Unable to revoke access to job or event subsystem.
Cause: An attempt to revoke access to the job or event subsystem failed.
Action: Examine the failure details and perform the corrective action.
VTC-1017: Access to the event subsystem has been revoked by <name>.
Cause: A superuser has revoked access to the event subsystem for this user.
The ability to register events and view them has been revoked.
Action: The administrator that revoked access or other super users can grant
access again if it is deemed prudent. Contact one of these users to correct the
revocation if required.
VTC-1018: Access to the job subsystem has been revoked by <name>.
Cause: A superuser has revoked access to the job subsystem for this user. The
ability to submit jobs and view them has been revoked.
Action: The administrator that revoked access or other superusers can grant
access again if it is deemed prudent. Contact one of these users to correct the
revocation if required.
VTC-1118: No selection made. Please select an appropriate item before invoking
the command.
Cause: A refresh has occurred on the pane, and the selection made earlier has
been lost because of refreshed data.
Action: Select the data again.
Console Messages 13-3
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127: Generic Console Messages
VTC-1119: Please select an appropriate item before invoking the command.
Cause: The current selection does not correspond to the menu option selected.
Action: Re-select the item and attempt the menu selection again.
VTC-1120: Multiple item selection is not allowed for this command. Please select
at most 1 item.
Cause: You tried to apply a command meant only for a single item.
Action: Select only one item before applying this command.
VTC-1123: Group object could not be initialized.
Cause: The console tried to initialize a group to display. Either the Oracle
Management Server or the network is down.
Action: Retry the operation or close the group window and open it again.
VTC-1124: Group object could not be deleted.
Cause: You tried to delete a group object that could not be deleted.
Action: You do not have proper privileges to delete the object. Full privileges
are required to perform this task. There is also the possibility that the group you
are trying to remove does not exists.
VTC-1125: The node cannot be expanded. The database node can be expanded to
display the database administrative objects only when the database is up.
Cause: The database on the node is down. Because the node contains only one
database, the node cannot be expanded to display database administrative
objects.
Action: Make sure the database is up before performing the operation.
VTC-1126: Background image file could not be found.
Cause: While you were creating a group, the .gif file specified in the field box
could not be found, or its case is incorrect. (Background image filenames are
case sensitive.)
Action: Put all background images in the $ORACLE_
HOME/classes/oracle/sysman/resources/images directory and make sure to
specify the correct filename.
VTC-1127: This operation cannot be performed because of insufficient privileges.
Cause: You tried to perform an operation without Full privileges, which
includes the ability to delete objects.
Action: You must obtain Full privileges to perform this task.
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VTCE-1232 to VTCE-1237: Event Management Messages
VTCE-1232: General page: event name is not specified.
Cause: You tried to submit an event without assigning it a name.
Action: Specify a name for the event before submitting it.
VTCE-1233: General page: event needs target list.
Cause: You tried to submit an event without specifying the target destination(s)
against which the event will be registered.
Action: Specify one or more target destinations for the event, or save the event
to the event library.
VTCE-1234: The requested operation could not be performed because of
improper privileges.
Cause: You tried to perform an operation for which you have not been granted
the proper privileges.
Action: Make sure you have been granted the proper privileges for the
command.
VTCE-1235: An operation by this name is already registered. Another operation
with this same name cannot be registered.
Cause: You tried to register an object that has the same name as an existing
object. Oracle Enterprise Manager does not allow objects to have the same
name.
Action: Give a different name to the object you are registering.
VTCE-1236: The event frequency is less than 60 seconds. Specify frequency >= 60
seconds.
Cause: You tried to create an event with a frequency (the number of times the
system tests for the event occurrence) that is less than 60 seconds.
Action: Specify a frequency for the event that is 60 seconds or more.
Console Messages 13-5
VTCV-1343 to VTCV-1344: User Manager Component Messages
VTCE-1237: The fixit job associated with this event is not valid anymore. Either
the fixit job does not exist, or the target associated with that fixit job has
changed. The default is being set to None.
Cause: You tried to edit a library event of which the fixit job is invalid. The fixit
job was invalidated either because it was removed (by you or by somebody
else) or because the target against which the fixit job has been submitted has
undergone a change.
Action: Edit the event by changing the fixit job to something else.
VTCV-1343 to VTCV-1344: User Manager Component Messages
VTCV-1343: Error encountered retrieving administrator information.
Cause: Either the Oracle Management Server is down, or the administrator has
been deleted.
Action: Retry the operation.
VTCV-1344: Administrator <name of administrator> not found.
Cause: Either the Oracle Management Server is down, or the administrator has
been deleted.
Action: Retry the operation.
VTCX-1337 to VTCX-1350: Job and Event Management Messages
VTCX-1337: A submit operation cannot be performed with an empty destination
list and incomplete parameters. Please save to library instead.
Cause: The event you are submitting does not have a specified destination or is
missing required parameter specifications.
Action: Check to see that the destination and all required parameters have
been specified.
VTCX-1338: The operation is incomplete. Would you like to edit it?
Cause: You tried to submit an incomplete operation from the library
Action: Complete all the required specifications for the job or event and
submit.
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VTCX-1339: None of the destinations could be found. Please discover a
destination before creating a job or event.
Cause: You tried to submit a job or event without a destination.
Action: You must discover at least one node before sending a job or event.
VTCX-1340: Operation failed. Object is unavailable or corrupted.
Cause: While editing or viewing a job or event, the console tried to reconstitute
the job tasks or event tests with data that is corrupted.
Action: Check the installation.
VTCX-1341: The Oracle Management Server is unavailable. Please restart the
application and retry your operation.
Cause: Either the Oracle Management Server is down, or the connection failed
between the Oracle Management Server and the application.
Action: Check the status of the Oracle Management Server and the network.
VTCX-1342: The target type is invalid.
Cause: An invalid target type was specified for the current job/event or
test/task.
Action: Because certain jobs/events or tests/tasks can only be submitted
against particular target types, you must select the appropriate target type.
VTCX-1346: A submit operation cannot be performed with an empty destination
list. Please save to library instead.
Cause: The submit operation you tried to perform is incomplete.
Action: Either provide full details for the submit operation, or save it to the
library.
VTCX-1347: A submit operation cannot be performed with incomplete
parameters for tasks. Please save to library instead.
Cause: The task(s) you tried to submit is incomplete.
Action: Either provide full details for the task(s), or save it to the library.
VTCX-1348: Out of memory error : Cannot show output in present text area. The
output is too large.
Cause: A job caused a large output. Given the memory conditions on the
console, the job output could not be loaded into the text area.
Action: None
Console Messages 13-7
VTCX-1337 to VTCX-1350: Job and Event Management Messages
VTCX-1349: The following tasks will not be available because their descriptors
have errors:
Cause: The task descriptor is not written properly and could not be loaded by
Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Action: Rewrite the task descriptor properly.
VTCX-1350: An irrecoverable error has occurred while accessing the last item. It
is recommended that you cancel this dialog and try the operation again
Cause: The selection of tasks/tests on the job/event parameters page has
changed, but there is no current selection.
Action: Close the dialog and re-attempt the operation. If the problem persists,
report the problem to Oracle Support Services.
VTCX-1351: The task <name of task> may not have been installed. Cannot
proceed with current operation.
Cause: The task could not be found possibly because it was not installed with
the Oracle Enterprise Manager install, even though it may have been registered
in the Enterprise Manager registry.
Action: Integrate the task with the Enterprise Manager install.
VTCX-1353: Please specify at least one notification condition for each subsystem.
Cause: None of the notification conditions was selected, even though the
email/page notify checkbox was selected.
Action: If the notify checkbox was checked, check at least one notification
condition.
VTCX-1354: Object not found. Please refresh your view.
Cause: Another user deleted the object from the job/event history before you
refreshed your history view.
Action: Refresh your history view using the Refresh History button.
VTCX-1355: Unable to establish a secure communication channel
Cause: The client is not able to establish a secure communication channel to the
server.
Action: Retry the operation, making sure the Oracle Management Server is
running. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services. You may also
want to submit the Oracle Enterprise Manager trace file.
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VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages
VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages
VTCDW-1010: Discovery/Refresh wizard is already running.
Cause: You tried to run more than one instance of the Discovery/Refresh
wizard.
Action: Close the first instance of the Discovery/Refresh wizard before
performing another discovery/refresh operation.
VTCDW-1011: Can’t decode port# for <string> address = <string>.
Cause: The address could not be parsed correctly. The port number could not
be decoded. This is condition is considered an internal error.
Action: Remove the database from the configured node, re-enter the node
configuration information, and report the problem to Oracle Support Services.
VTCDW-1012: Unable to obtain configuration data for node <name of node>.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server returned an error while getting the
data. This should never happen and is considered an internal error.
Action: Remove the configured node, enter its information again, and report
the problem to Oracle Support Services.
VTCDW-1013: Node <name of node> has been previously discovered and can’t be
configured.
Cause: The node was previously discovered. This is unusual, but could happen
if you skipped refresh on a node, or if a node was discovered by another user
after you finished the progress page.
Action: Do not attempt to configure this node.
VTCDW-1015: Node <node name> has no configurations. If it remains
unconfigured, it will not be added to the list of manageable nodes.
Cause: You did not enter any databases for this node. Newly configured nodes
must have databases configured on them to be shown in the navigator.
Action: If you want this node to be in the list of manageable nodes, add at least
one database configuration to it.
Console Messages 13-9
VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages
VTCDW-1016: The following nodes have no configurations: <node names>. If
they remain unconfigured, they will not be added to the list of manageable
nodes.
Cause: You did not enter any databases for the listed nodes. Newly configured
nodes must have databases configured on them to be shown in the Navigator.
Action: Add at least one database configuration to each node that you want to
be added to the list of manageable nodes.
VTCDW-1021: Some configs for node <node name> are incomplete. They must be
completed or deleted to proceed.
Cause: Some database configurations for the node were only partially filled in.
Action: Finish the configurations or delete them.
VTCDW-1022: The following nodes have incomplete configurations. They must
be completed to proceed.
Cause: The database configuration for some nodes were only partially filled in.
Action: Finish the configurations or delete them.
VTCDW-1035: Import File: <name of file> not found.
Cause: An error occurred while trying to import a file specified by the user.
Action: Check that the file exists, is readable, and is a text file.
VTCDW-1041: The following nodes have manual configurations: <node names>.
If an agent is discovered on these nodes, all manual data will be lost, in
which case it is unlikely that preferences will be preserved. Are you sure you
want to autodiscover these nodes?
Cause: You selected nodes to refresh that are currently manually configured.
Action: You can either refresh these files or not refresh them. See the Oracle
Enterprise Manager online Help for more information.
VTCDW-1051: An error occurred communicating with the OMS.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server may be down or not responding.
Action: Disconnect from the Oracle Management Server and try again.
VTCDW-1052: An unknown error occurred.
Cause: The error is unknown, but is most likely a logic error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTCDW-1061: Automatic discovery failed for some nodes. Click Next to retry the
discovery or to manually configure nodes that do not have Oracle Intelligent
Agents.
Cause: Errors were reported in the progress page.
Action: Click Next for further options, or click Cancel to exit.
VTCDW-1063: Cancelling the discovery while processing a node does not stop
automatic discovery for that node. Processing continues until the node is
either discovered or fails discover. Only nodes already discovered or
refreshed will be displayed in the Console Navigator. Click Yes to Cancel.
Cause: You attempted to cancel the wizard while discovering a node.
Action: Click Yes to end the wizard, No to continue the wizard, or Help to get
more information.
Console Messages
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Oracle Data Collection Service Messages
(Client Tier)
VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0001: ERROR during trace to file
Cause: The Data Gatherer client encountered an error while attempting to
write trace information to a file.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0002: Error during trace: string
Cause: The Data Gatherer client encountered an error while attempting to
generate trace output. The exception encountered is reported with the error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0003: Error getting localhost: string
Cause: The Data Gatherer client encountered the specified error while
attempting to identify the local host name.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0005: Connection to Data Gatherer failed.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client failed to connect to a Data Gatherer server.
This error is normally reported with additional errors indicating the reason for
the connection failure.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
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VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0006: Error reading data from Data Gatherer
Cause: An exception has occurred in the Data Gatherer client during the read
operation on the socket connected to the Data Gatherer server. This error is
normally reported with additional errors indicating the reason for the failure.
Action: Review additional errors. If no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0023: Error in operation; not connected to Data Gatherer.
Cause: An error has occurred while the Data Gatherer client was attempting to
send a request to the Data Gatherer server. This error is normally reported with
additional errors indicating the reason for the failure.
Action: Review additional errors. If no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0028: Unable to connect; Data Gatherer server in use by another client.
Cause: An attempt has been made to connect to the Data Gatherer server and
the server is currently servicing requests from only a single client. This is
usually only the case when a Capacity Planner client is attempting connection.
Action: Wait until the client, which is currently connected, disconnects and
retry the operation.
VTD-0030: Error in Data Gatherer communication
Cause: An error has occurred when trying to send a request to the Data
Gatherer server. This error is normally reported with additional errors
indicating the reason for the failure.
Action: Review additional errors. If no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0039: The specified schema is not a Capacity Planner database.
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to a Capacity Planner database and
the database connection was successful. However, the schema connected to
does not contain the tables which identify it as a Capacity Planner database.
These tables are created dynamically by the Data Gatherer server the first time
the collected data is loaded.
Action: If the specified schema is identified in the loader options as the
repository for the historical data, then wait until the first time the loader has
run before attempting to access this data.
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VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0044: Error getting credentials: string
Cause: An error was encountered while attempting to obtain logon credentials
for the selected target from the Oracle Enterprise Manager console.
Action: Review additional errors for more detail.
VTD-0046: Error starting recording:
Cause: An error occurred while starting the recording of the current chart. This
error is normally reported along with other related errors.
Action: Review related errors; if no other errors are reported then contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0048: No file specified for playback
Cause: During an attempt to playback a recorded chart, the file which
contained the binary data for the recording could not be located.
Action: It is not possible to replay this recording.
VTD-0049: Error initializing playback: string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to playback a recording of a
chart. This error is normally accompanied by other related errors.
Action: Review related errors. If no other errors are reported, then contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0052: Could not reset playback file string
Cause: The operation of resetting the playback file has failed.
Action: Retry the operation.
VTD-0053: Cannot open help book string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to access the online help files
for this application. This error is accompanied by other related errors.
Action: Review related errors. If no other errors are reported then contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0054: Error getting help
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve online help. This
error is accompanied by other related errors.
Action: Review related errors. If no other errors are reported then contact
Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
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VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0055: Help is not available. Unable to initialize help subsystem
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to initialize the help subsystem.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0057: Error connecting to repository. string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to connect to the Oracle
Enterprise Manager repository and/or Oracle Management Server. This error is
accompanied by other related errors.
Action: Review related errors. If no other errors are reported then contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0058: Repository-based operations will not be available.
Cause: The user has chosen to start the application without having established
a connection to the Oracle Enterprise Manager repository and/or Oracle
Management Server. This mode of operation is supported, however,
repository-based operations are not available. This includes the ability to save
user-defined charts and recordings for later access.
Action: None
VTD-0059: Unable to validate repository.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to verify that the repository to
which the user has connected is a valid Oracle Enterprise Manager repository
and of a version compatible with the version of the application.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0061: Error: no credentials specified for logon
Cause: No credentials were supplied to the repository logon dialog.
Action: Supply credentials.
VTD-0073: Error getting service types: string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain a list of services from
the Oracle Management Server. This error normally includes other errors.
Action: Review the other errors. If there are no other errors, then contact Oracle
Support Services.
VTD-0074: Timeout waiting for Data Gatherer connection.
Cause: A connection could not be established to the Data Gatherer server
during the specified timeout period.
Action: Verify that the Data Gatherer is started and retry the operation.
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VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0075: Capacity Planner connection for service string on host string already
in use by client host string
Cause: A connection was attempted to a Data Gatherer server but another
client had already established a connection to the Data Gatherer in order to
setup historical collection.
Action: Wait until the other client has disconnected and then retry the
connection.
VTD-0076: Cannot send message to service string. Server thread is disconnected
string
Cause: An attempt was made to send a request to a Data Gatherer server but
the initial connection made to the Data Gatherer server had been lost.
Action: Retry the operation. In this case it may be necessary to disconnect from
the target and then re-connect.
VTD-0077: Error in data gatherer request string
Cause: An error has occurred in a specific Data Gatherer request. This error
normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review the related errors. If no other errors are reported, contact Oracle
Support Services.
VTD-0078: Error getting service node: string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain the host where the
service is located from the Oracle Management Server. This error normally
includes other related errors.
Action: Review the related errors. If no other errors are reported, contact Oracle
Support Services.
VTD-0079: Timeout while reading from Data Gatherer, connection to Data
Gatherer lost for service string
Cause: No response was received from the Data Gatherer for a request within
the timeout interval. The Data Gatherer client assumes the Data Gatherer is not
responding and disconnects from that service.
Action: Verify that the Data Gatherer is up and running, then reconnect to the
Data Gatherer for that service and retry the operation.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
14-5
VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0080: Error reading response from Data Gatherer, connection to Data
Gatherer lost for service string
Cause: An error was encountered while attempting to read data from the Data
Gatherer. The Data Gatherer client disconnects from the Data Gatherer for that
service.
Action: Verify that the Data Gatherer is up and running, then reconnect to the
Data Gatherer for that service and retry the operation. If the error persists,
contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0082: Error getting services: string
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to retrieve the list of services. This
error normally includes other related errors.
Action: Review the related error. If there are no related errors, then contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0084: No help available for item string
Cause: There is no online help available for the currently selected item.
Action: None.
VTD-0090: Unable to load service credentials class string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the code used to
obtain logon credentials for the selected service. This error normally includes
other related errors.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0091: Unable to load target icon and label display class string
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to locate the code used to
obtain icons and labels for the selected service. This error normally includes
other related errors.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0093: Invalid Management Server credentials supplied
Cause: Logon credentials supplied to logon to the Oracle Management Server
were invalid and a logon could not be completed.
Action: Verify that the Oracle Management Server is started and that the
credentials are correct.
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VTD-0094: Error reading key string from client properties file
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to read information from the
client properties file (vtdclient.properties). This file should not be modified or
deleted by the user.
Action: Ensure the properties file is accessible and has not been modified.
VTD-0095: Error parsing time string string.
Cause: Date data retrieved from the historical database is not in the correct
format and cannot be parsed as a date.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0096: Object help is not available in analysis view.
Cause: When you are in analysis view, Oracle Capacity Planner cannot display
pop-up object help for the data items available for a particular service.
Action: Return to Oracle Capacity Planner collection view to see the pop-up
help for the data items available for a particular service.
VTD-0097: The Data Gatherer on string is restarting and collection recovery is in
progress for string. Wait for recovery to complete and attempt connection
again.
Cause: You tried to connect to a service while the Agent data gathering service
was trying to restart.
Action: Connect to the service after the data gathering service has restarted and
completed its recovery operation.
VTD-0098: Error evaluating script command.
Cause: An error has occurred in Oracle Capacity Planner while the software
was evaluating the columns created by the SQL statement in a user-defined
collection class. More details on the error appear in the subtext of the error
message.
Action: Use the details within the error message to correct the error in the
script, and click Evaluate again.
VTD-0099: Error getting property options from the vtdclient.properties file.
Cause: An error occurred when the application tried to read an option from the
properties file (vtdclient.properties). Options saved in previous sessions may
not be available.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
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VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0100: Unable to locate Java class specified for tool string.
Cause: Oracle Performance Manager encountered an error while trying to
initialize the specified tool. Tools are usually available from the Tools menu in
the Performance Manager Chart Display window. The particular tool causing
this error may not be installed properly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0101: Unable to access Java class specified for tool string.
Cause: Oracle Performance Manager encountered an error while trying to
initialize the specified tool. Tools are usually available from the Tools menu in
the Performance Manager Chart Display window. The particular tool causing
this error may not be installed properly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0102: Unable to create an instance of Java class specified.
Cause: Oracle Performance Manager encountered an error while trying to
initialize the specified tool. Tools are usually available from the Tools menu in
the Performance Manager Chart Display window. The particular tool causing
this error may not be installed properly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0103: Java class specified for tool is not a valid tool.
Cause: Oracle Performance Manager encountered an error while trying to
initialize the specified tool. Tools are usually available from the Tools menu in
the Performance Manager Chart Display window. The particular tool causing
this error may not be installed properly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0104: The identifier specified for tool string is not a known tool.
Cause: Oracle Performance Manager encountered an error while trying to
initialize the specified tool. Tools are usually available from the Tools menu in
the Performance Manager Chart Display window. The particular tool causing
this error may not be installed properly.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTD-0105: This client version string does not support the agent contacted string.
Cause: You have attempted to connect to a service using a version of the Agent
data gathering service that is not supported by the client. Older client
applications cannot communicate with the newer Agent data gathering service.
Action: If the service is of a type that supports using an alternate Data
Gatherer location, select the service (if you are using Capacity Planner, you
must be in collection view) and click the right mouse button. From the context
menu, choose Set Data Gatherer Location. In the resulting dialog box, select a
host that is running a version of the data gathering software compatible with
the current version of the client application. Another option is to upgrade the
client software.
VTD-0106: An error has occurred while attempting to initialize the encryption
service.
Cause: The application encountered an error while attempting to encrypt login
credentials for the service.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0107: An error has occurred while attempting to encrypt credentials data.
Cause: The application encountered an error while attempting to encrypt login
credentials for the service.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0108: An error has occurred while attempting to decrypt credentials data.
Cause: The application encountered an error while trying to establish secure
communications for encryption and decryption of login credentials.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0109: Error printing chart.
Cause: The attempt to print a chart has failed. More information should be
available in the subtext of the message.
Action: If the error cannot be corrected using the information in the error
message, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Client Tier)
14-9
VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages
VTD-0110: No repository credentials available. The application is not connected
to the repository.
Cause: You are not connected to the Oracle Management Server. As a result,
repository credentials cannot be used to connect to the default historical
database.
Action: Restart the application and connect to the Oracle Management Server.
VTD-0111: There are no statistics classes defined for this service.
Cause: The service does not have any statistics classes defined; as a result, no
statistical data will be available.
Action: None.
VTD-0112: Error setting property options in the vtdclient.properties file.
Cause: The specified user options could not be saved in the options file
(vtdclient.properties).
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTD-0113: To modify or add data items for user-defined charts, you must be
running the Agent data gathering service version 8.1.6 or later.
Cause: User-defined data items cannot be added or modified using versions of
the Agent data gathering service prior to version 8.1.6.
Action: Upgrade the Agent software.
VTD-0114: No URL provided with this tool.
Cause: A browser was launched without a corresponding URL to display.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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Oracle Management Server Messages
(Client Tier)
VTK-1000 to VTK-1999 Messages
VTK-1000: Unable to connect to the Oracle Management Server. Please verify that
you have entered the correct host name and the status of the Oracle
Management Server.
Cause: The connection to the Oracle Management Server described above
failed.
Action: Verify that you have entered the correct host name, and verify the
status of the Oracle Management Server.
VTK-1001: The management server host name is incorrect. Please verify that you
have entered the correct host name.
Cause: The management server host name was entered incorrectly.
Action: Verify that you have entered the correct management server host name.
VTK-1002: The Oracle Management Server you are trying to connect to is still in
the process of initialization. Please wait for it to start up completely and then
try logging in again.
Cause: The logon failed because the Oracle Management Server has not
finished initializing.
Action: Wait for the Oracle Management Server to start up completely and then
try logging in again.
VTK-1004: Critical error reading client registry. Aborting.
Cause: The ClientConfig.properties file is in a corrupted state.
Action: Rename the file and restart the login dialog.
Oracle Management Server Messages (Client Tier)
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VTK-1000 to VTK-1999 Messages
VTK-3027: An error occurred while launching {0}. Please enable tracing to obtain
further information.
Cause: There are a few basic reasons why an application would fail to launch:
1.
The database selected was manually discovered ( the user entered
Host:Port:SID information by hand in the console - the Agent discovery
was not successful ). Try discovering the database using the agent, do
notmanually enter the Host:Port:SID.
2.
The selected database does not have valid preferred credentials set. In the
console go into System->Preferences and select the Preferred Credentials
tab. Look for Service Type ’Database’ and select the database you are trying
to launch in context from. Set the preferred credentials for that database.
Verify by opening the database in the consoles navigator tree.
3.
The Node of the selected database does not have valid preferred
credentials. In the console go into System->Preferences and select the
Preferred Credentials tab. Look for Service Type ’Node’ and select the node
where the database resides. Set the preferred credentials for that Node.
Action: Review the possible causes and actions above. If none of these fix your
problem, enable tracing to locate the errors. If you are unable to correct the
problem using the tracing information, call Oracle Support Services.
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Oracle Performance Manager Messages
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0001: Warning! the data gatherer contacted is an unstable version
<number>. It should be upgraded to the latest version. Continue?
Cause: The data gatherer connected to is a prerelease version and should not be
used.
Action: Upgrade the data gatherer.
VTM-0002: Error displaying chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to interact with the data
gatherer and display the current chart.
Action: The accompanying error text should provide additional error detail.
VTM-0003: Too many data items in <chart name>. Data displayed is not complete.
Reduce number of data items collected or switch chart types to prevent data
loss.
Cause: The number of data items selected for display is greater than the
number supported by the charting package.
Action: Reduce the selection of data items to be included in the chart.
VTM-0004: Error getting login credentials
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain database logon
credentials from the Oracle Enterprise Manager console.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages 16-1
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0005: Error connecting to server
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to connect to the data gatherer
for the selected target.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0006: A service with this name already exists.
Cause: An attempt has been made to create a new service in the navigator, and
the service name provided is already present for the target type selected.
Action: Use the existing service, or correct the spelling of the new service name
to make it unique.
VTM-0007: No collection cartridges of this service type are available.
Cause: An attempt was made to obtain a list of collection data modules for the
selected target, but the data gatherer on the target server does not have any
registered with it for the target type selected.
Action: None. Data collection is not supported for this target type on the target
server.
VTM-0008: Fatal error in Oracle Performance Manager
Cause: A fatal, unrecoverable error has occurred. Additional error text
indicates the nature of the problem.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0019: Error expanding navigator node
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain the contents of a
folder in the navigator.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation. If the operation fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0021: Error resuming normal playback
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to resume playback and
continue reading data from the recording file.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0023: Error defining user-defined chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to save the definition of a
user-defined chart to the repository.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTM-0028: Error getting object details
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to obtain the definition of an
object in the navigator from the data gatherer.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation. If the operation fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0032: Error recording chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to write recorded data to a
recording binary file. The recording may be corrupted as a result of this error.
Action: You may attempt to replay the recording but it may be necessary to
delete it.
VTM-0033: Error stopping recording
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to communicate with the data
gatherer to stop an active recording.
Action: If the connection to the data gatherer has been lost, then the recording
has been terminated and no action is necessary.
VTM-0035: Error selecting chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve the definition of the
selected chart from the data gatherer.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation. If the operation fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0036: Unknown data type
Cause: While obtaining the list of columns for a user-defined script command,
a column of an unknown or unsupported data type was encountered. Oracle
Performance Manager only supports numeric, date, and varchar column types.
Action: None.
VTM-0038: Error resetting playback
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to reset the playback of a
recorded file to the beginning of the file.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0042: Internal error handling mouse event
Cause: Additional error text indicates the nature of the problem.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages 16-3
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0043: Internal error resizing table
Cause: Additional error text indicates the nature of the problem.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0044: Internal error - received null data row.
Cause: The collection cartridge returned invalid data.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0045: Error removing repository recording
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to delete the entry in the
repository for this recording.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0046: Error getting recordings out of repository
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to read the headers for the
recorded charts from the repository. The repository may be unavailable or
corrupted in some way.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0047: Error getting recording classes out of repository
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to read the headers for the
recorded charts from the repository. The repository may be unavailable or
corrupted in some way.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0048: Error starting data collection
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to communicate with the data
gatherer to initiate the collection of requested data. The data gatherer may be
down or there may be no network path to the data gatherer host.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation.
VTM-0049: Error setting collection interval
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to change the interval of an
existing collection. This may result from the data gatherer being down or
unreachable.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation.
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VTM-0050: Error showing drill-down chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to drill down from the current
chart to a selected drill-down. This may be the result of an error while
attempting to obtain the chart definition or start the collection through the data
gatherer.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation.
VTM-0051: Error processing new data
Cause: An error has occurred while processing data received from the data
gatherer. The data is corrupt or cannot be interpreted.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0052: Received bad data for <chart name>. <data item=value>.
Cause: An error has occurred while processing data received from the data
gatherer. The data is corrupt or cannot be interpreted.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0053: Error - bad sort column <column number>
Cause: A collection cartridge has specified a column to use for sorting which
does not reference a known data item in the current collection class. This is an
internal error to the collection cartridge.
Action: Report the error to the cartridge provider.
VTM-0055: Error getting help
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve the extended
description of an item from the data gatherer server.
Action: Ensure that the data gatherer is up and accessible and retry the
operation. If the operation fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0056: Error in playback
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to read the binary playback
data from the recording file.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0058: The function cannot be applied to non-numeric data.
Cause: An attempt was made to apply a mathematical function to a column
which is a non-numeric column.
Action: Do not apply this function, or select a numeric column.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages 16-5
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0059: The operation cannot be applied to non-numeric data.
Cause: An attempt was made to apply a mathematical operator to a column
which is a non-numeric column.
Action: Do not apply this operator, or select a numeric column.
VTM-0060: An error has occurred creating the chart font <font name>, size <font
size>.
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to load the specified
font into the charting package.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0061: Statistics class <class name> has no associated data items.
Cause: The collection class selected for display is not defined to contain any
data items in the associated collection cartridge.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0062: Chart <chart name> has no associated data items.
Cause: The chart selected for display is not defined to contain any data items in
the associated collection cartridge.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0063: The connection to the Data Gatherer was lost. Please reconnect to
service <service name>.
Cause: The data gatherer service may have been stopped.
Action: Restart the data gatherer service if necessary and reconnect to the
service.
VTM-0066: Error removing user-defined chart
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to remove a user-defined chart
from the repository.
Action: Retry the operation. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VTM-0067: Error executing command
Cause: An error has resulted from a request to the target service to execute a
chart-specific command, for example, Kill Session.
Action: Retry the operation. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support
Services.
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VTM-0068: Command completed successfully <status>
Cause: A chart-specific command, for example, Kill Session, has completed
successfully.
Action: None.
VTM-0069: Command completed with status: <status>
Cause: A chart-specific command, for example, Kill Session, has completed.
The completion status text should provide additional detail.
Action: If the accompanying status text suggests that the command did not
complete successfully and that problems need to be corrected on the target
service, make the necessary corrects and repeat the command.
VTM-0070: Error getting server commands
Cause: An error has occurred while requesting a list of chart-specific
commands, for example, Kill Session, from the target service.
Action: Check that the Data Gatherer is still running and reconnect if necessary.
Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0077: Error creating chart title
Cause: Performance Manager was unable to paint the title component of the
currently displayed chart.
Action: Redisplay the chart causing the error. If the error persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0078: Error creating popup information
Cause: Performance Manager was not able to create the information box
containing the details on the selected data point.
Action: Redisplay the chart causing the error. If the error persists, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0079: There are no overview charts available for this service.
Cause: The collection cartridge has not specified any charts to show as an
overview of system performance.
Action: None required. Select charts from the Performance Manager navigator
to view system performance.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages 16-7
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0080: Unable to save chart options <details about error>
Cause: An error occurred when Performance Manager tried to save the chart
options or custom chart to the repository. The details of the error will be
provided in the subtext of the message.
Action: If no action is taken, the chart will not be saved to the repository. To
save the chart options, reconnect to the Oracle Management Server and retry
the operation. If the error persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0081: Ignoring saved chart options for <chart name> <details about error>
Cause: An error occurred when Performance Manager tried to read saved chart
options from the repository. The saved state may no longer be applicable to the
chart as supplied by the collection cartridge, or the connection to the repository
may have been lost. Details of the error will appear in the subtext of the
message.
Action: The chart will appear in the default state as defined by the collection
cartridge. If the connection to the repository was lost, exit Performance
Manager, and restart Performance Manager. Otherwise, save the chart state
again. If the error persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0082: Error showing historical data
Cause: Performance Manager was not able to display the historical drill-down
chart. Details of the error will appear in the subtext of the message.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0083: Error retrieving saved charts
Cause: Performance Manager was not able to read the list of custom charts
from the repository. Custom charts will not be available for use.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0084: Error saving preference <preference name> to options file
Cause: An error occurred when Performance Manager tried to save a user
preference to the properties file.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTM-0085: Error removing chart <chart name>
Cause: An error occurred when Performance Manager tried to delete from the
repository a custom chart or the options saved for a predefined chart. Details of
the error will appear in the subtext of the message.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0086: This chart cannot be deleted because it is a predefined chart.
Cause: A chart defined by the collection cartridge cannot be deleted. Only
custom charts and charts with saved options can be deleted.
Action: None required.
VTM-0087: The Lock Monitor chart is only available for database targets.
Cause: The Lock Monitor chart is only available if an Oracle database target is
selected.
Action: Select an Oracle database target before displaying the Lock Monitor
chart.
VTM-0088: The connected Data Gatherer version <version number> does not
support the Lock Monitor chart. Data Gatherer version <version number> or
greater is required.
Cause: The version of the Data Gatherer collecting data for the selected
database does not collect the data needed to display the Lock Monitor chart.
Action: Ask your system manager to upgrade the Data Gatherer so you can
view this chart.
VTM-0089: An error has occurred while attempting to launch the Lock Monitor
chart.
Cause: Performance Manager encountered an error while displaying the Lock
Monitor chart. Details of the error will appear in the subtext of the message.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages 16-9
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-0090: An error has occurred while attempting to launch the Performance
Overview chart.
Cause: Performance Manager encountered an error while displaying the
Performance Overview chart. Details of the error will appear in the subtext of
the message.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0091: Error saving custom chart
Cause: An error occurred when Performance Manager tried to save the custom
chart to the repository. Details of the error will appear in the subtext of the
message. The custom chart will not be available for use.
Action: If you are unable to correct the problem as described in the error
details, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0094: An error has occurred while displaying chart labels.
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while Performance Manager was
updating the bar chart labels.
Action: Dismiss the chart then redisplay the chart. If the problem persists,
contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0095: An error has occurred updating the detail page for chart <chart
name>.
Cause: An unexpected error occurred after saving the chart settings for the
named chart. When this chart is displayed again, it may not reflect the saved
settings.
Action: Dismiss the chart then redisplay the chart. If the problem persists,
contact Oracle Support Services.
VTM-0096: The selected data item cannot be used as a data source because the
data item has been modified.
Cause: A data item that has a function or operation applied to it has been
selected. Modified data items cannot be used as the data source for the chart.
Action: Select an unmodified data item as the data source for the chart, or use
the Add button to add an unmodified copy of the data item to the chart. The
new unmodified data item can then be used as the data source.
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VTM-0097: The selected data item cannot be modified because it is the only data
item. Use the Add button to add more data items and retry the operation.
Cause: An attempt has been made to modify the only data item in the chart.
Since this data item is, by default, the data source for the chart, the data item
cannot be modified.
Action: Modify the Chart Creation Script so that more data items are available,
or use the Add button to add a copy of the data item to the chart. The copy of
the data item can then be modified.
VTM-0098: The selected data item cannot be modified because it is the currently
designated data source for the chart. Designate another data item as the data
source and retry the operation.
Cause: An attempt has been made to modify the data item that has been
designated as the data source for the chart.
Action: Select another data item as the data source for the chart and retry the
operation. You can also use the Add button to add a copy of the data item to the
chart. The copy of the chart can then be modified.
VTM-0099: The value entered is below the minimum allowed for this chart. The
minimum value, <number>, will be used instead.
Cause: The value entered in the "Limit to" field on the Options property page is
not within the range defined as valid for this chart.
Action: Enter a value which is within range for this chart. Otherwise, the chart
will be displayed with the row limit set to the chart’s minimum value.
VTM-0100: The value entered is above the maximum allowed for this chart. The
maximum value, <number>, will be used instead.
Cause: The value entered in the "Limit to" field on the Options property page is
not within the range defined as valid for this chart.
Action: Enter a value which is within range for this chart. Otherwise, the chart
will be displayed with the row limit set to the chart’s maximum value.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages
16-11
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages
VTM-2000: The <command name> command did not complete within the timeout
interval. The status of the command is indeterminate. Further status
information will be displayed as it becomes available.
Cause: A request was made to the target service to execute a chart-specific
command, for example, Kill Session. The command was not completed within
the specified timeout period, so it is unknown whether the command has
completed successfully. Any incoming information on the status of the
command will be displayed as it becomes available.
Action: None.
VTM-2001: This chart can only be displayed as a table. Some of the data may be
non-numeric or there may be only one data item.
Cause: The chart currently being displayed can only be viewed as a table since
either the data is non-numeric or it is a user-defined chart with only one data
item.
Action: If you want to display the chart as a graph and there are non-numeric
items in the data, remove the non-numeric data items from the chart definition.
If the chart is a user-defined chart with only one data column, add more data
columns.
VTM-2002: That name is already in use. Please enter a unique name.
Cause: An attempt was made to give a custom chart the name of an existing
custom chart. Custom chart names must be unique.
Action: Select a new unique custom chart name and retry the operation.
VTM-2003: A report cannot be generated until the chart contains a data sample.
Please wait until the chart contains data.
Cause: An attempt was made to generate a report of a chart. However, there is
currently no data displayed in the chart.
Action: Wait until there is data visible in the chart before generating the report.
VTM-2004: Please start the chart playback before generating a report.
Cause: An attempt was made to generate a report of a recorded chart.
However, there is currently no data displayed in the chart since the playback of
the chart has not been started.
Action: Click the playback button to start the chart playback before generating
the report.
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VTM-6903: The refresh rate is too fast for chart <chart name>. The refresh
interval has been increased.
Cause: The current refresh interval cannot be sustained and has been increased.
The collection server may not be able to collect the data at the requested rate.
Action: None. View the data at the new refresh rate or reset the refresh rate to
its previous value. However, if the collection server is still under severe load,
the refresh rate may be automatically increased again.
Oracle Performance Manager Messages
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Oracle Capacity Planner Messages
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0001: Error initializing application: string.
Cause: The Capacity Planner application was unable to start up successfully.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0002: The analysis name string is already in use. Please provide a unique
name.
Cause: An attempt was made to save an analysis with a name that is already in
use.
Action: Provide a new name which is unique.
VTP-0003: Error checking for analysis name: string.
Cause: Capacity Planner encountered a failure while attempting to verify the
uniqueness of an analysis name.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0004: The chart name can not be blank.
Cause: An attempt was made to save an analysis chart without giving it a
name.
Action: Provide a valid, unique analysis name.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-1
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0006: Data for this service and class already exists in this chart. Overwrite
this selection?
Cause: Data was selected to be added to an analysis, and the analysis already
contains data for the selected class.
Action: To replace the existing selection click "Yes", to leave it as is click "No."
VTP-0007: Error updating chart: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to update the definition of the
analysis in the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0008: Warning, this chart contains unviewable data.
Cause: While attempting to display the analysis chart, data which is not
viewable in line chart form (either null or string data) was encountered.
Action: None.
VTP-0009: Extrapolation recalculated.
Cause: Informational message indicating that the extrapolation has been
recalculated following some change to the data.
Action: None.
VTP-0010: Error creating chart: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to insert the definition of the
analysis into the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0011: You currently have greater than 50 data sets. Please reduce your
selection criteria to view the graph.
Cause: While selecting data to include in the analysis, the total number of data
sets or lines in the analysis chart has exceeded the charting package’s limit of
50.
Action: Reduce the number of data items or data sources selected.
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VTP-0012: No exclusions for this data source and item.
Cause: An attempt was made to view data point exclusions for a line, but none
exist.
Action: None.
VTP-0014: Error connecting to Data Gatherer.
Cause: An error occurred attempting to connect to the Data Gatherer, which
manages the collection of the performance data.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0016: SQL statement exceeds the 960-character maximum length supported
by JDBC. Please reduce your selection criteria by deselecting data items to
execute this query.
Cause: The SQL statement which is constructed to select data for the analysis
chart has a total length of greater than 960 characters.
Action: Reduce the number of data items or data sources in order to reduce the
overall size of the SQL statement.
VTP-0017: Error selecting data: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to select the data from the
historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0021: Internal error copying analysis.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to create a copy of a predefined
analysis in the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0022: Error creating analysis: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to insert the definition of the
analysis into the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-3
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0024: Internal error while copying analysis class.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to create a copy of a predefined
analysis in the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0026: Error getting analyses: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load the definition of the
analysis from the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0027: Error loading analysis: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to load the definition of the
analysis from the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0028: Error creating analysis: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to insert the definition of the
analysis into the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0029: Error inserting analysis: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to insert the definition of the
analysis into the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0031: Error renaming analysis: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to rename the definition of the
analysis in the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTP-0032: Error removing analysis: string.
Cause: An error occurred while attempting to remove the definition of the
analysis from the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0035: Unable to determine if data exists for class: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to access the historical database
to load data for the specified class of statistics into the analysis.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0036: Error interpreting predefined analysis: (string, number, integer).
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve and load a
predefined analysis from the historical database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0039: Error getting classes: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve a list of collection
classes from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0041: Error getting data count: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to determine the count of the
data rows for the current collection class.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0043: Error getting instances: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve a list of data sources
for the current collection class from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-5
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0044: Error loading data items: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to display the list of data items
retrieved from the Data Gatherer for the current collection class.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0045: Error getting resources: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve a list of data items
for the current collection class from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0046: Error getting class (string, number, integer).
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to retrieve the definition of the
current collection class from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0047: This class requires a parent context [(string, number, integer), string].
Collection is not currently supported.
Cause: The class selected for collection requires a parent data source to be
specified, and this configuration is not currently supported by the Capacity
Planner.
Action: None, data collection of this class is not possible.
VTP-0048: No collection or load options set. Please select the service and set
these options first.
Cause: You have not specified the collection or load options, most specifically
the historical database location.
Action: Select the target service in the navigator and specify a historical
database location.
VTP-0059: Error ending collection.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to communicate with the Data
Gatherer and stop the collection of the current class.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTP-0060: Error starting collection.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to communicate with the Data
Gatherer and start the collection of the current class.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0061: Error connecting to historical database: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to connect to the historical
database.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0064: Error, extrapolation produces a result below 0 for the date.
Cause: The target value for the extrapolation results in a date which is prior to
the UNIX epoch date of 1-Jan-1970, and is therefore not displayable.
Action: Specify a different target which does not result in a past date.
VTP-0065: Error extrapolating to time for string string, slope equals 0.
Cause: While attempting to perform the linear extrapolation for the current
line, the slope calculated is 0. Therefore, it is not possible to use this line for
extrapolation purposes.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0071: Error getting server time.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get the system time from the
host where the Data Gatherer is running.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0074: Error sending options.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to send the collection and load
options to the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-7
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0089: Error getting load options.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get the load options from the
Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0090: Error getting collect options.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get the collection options
from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0091: Error getting collect settings.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get the collection settings
from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0093: Error getting collection cartridges: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get a list of collection
cartridges for the current target from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0094: Error getting classes: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to get a list of collection classes
for the current target from the Data Gatherer.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0096: Error connecting to string. Make sure the Data Gatherer is running on
the server node and reconnect.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to connect to a host where a
Data Gatherer is running.
Action: Retry the operation. If it fails again, contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTP-0104: Must select key column to be used for data aggregation.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a user-defined class, but no column was
selected as the key to use during data aggregation. The key column is used as
the data source when aggregating data in the historical database.
Action: Click on the column that is to be used as the key.
VTP-0105: Command did not complete successfully.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to invoke a function from the
menu or toolbar. This error normally appears with related errors.
Action: Review the related errors. If there are none, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VTP-0106: Error loading contents of tree node string: string.
Cause: An error has occurred while attempting to expand an entry in the
navigator (tree) and load the properties for the selected item. This error
normally occurs with related errors.
Action: Review the related errors. If there are none, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VTP-0107: The label entered is too long, please enter a label less than string
characters.
Cause: The label entered for a column defined in a user-defined script class is
longer than the maximum allowable size.
Action: Enter a label that is less than the maximum size.
VTP-0108: The label entered is already used by another data item, please enter a
unique label.
Cause: The label entered for a column defined in a user-defined script class is
already used for an existing column in the class.
Action: Enter a unique label.
VTP-0109: Too many data items. The maximum allowed (string) has been
exceeded.
Cause: A new data item was added to a user-defined script class, and the total
number of data items in the class exceeds that supported by the Data Gatherer
loader.
Action: Remove data items or modify the script command (query) to generate
fewer columns.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-9
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0110: In order to collect historical data, at least one data item (non-key
column) must be selected.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a user-defined class with only one
column in the class. This column is used as the key, resulting in no data items in
the class.
Action: Add at least one other data item to the class for collection.
VTP-0111: The label string is reserved for use by Capacity Planner. Enter a
different label.
Cause: The label shown in the error message conflicts with the name of a
column in the Capacity Planner repository table.
Action: Enter another name for the label and retry the operation.
VTP-0112: A minimum of two data points are required for a trend analysis. No
trend analysis can be shown.
Cause: The line you selected contains only one data point.
Action: Select a line with two or more data points before attempting a trend
analysis. If the line you selected already contains two or more data points, and
the error message still appears, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0113: The number you entered is too large. Try a number less than string.
Cause: The number you entered is too large to be processed by the current
operation. Most likely, you were entering a date range for an analysis chart and
entered a number of years that is greater than Capacity Planner can process.
Action: Try a number less than than the number shown in the error message.
VTP-0114: Analysis is currently opened. Close analysis before renaming.
Cause: You cannot rename an analysis chart while it is displayed on the
screen.
Action: Close the analysis before you attempt to rename it.
VTP-0115: Unable to obtain the internal version number.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software encountered an error while
attempting to obtain the internal version number for an object.
Action: Review any additional errors which may help identify the problem. If
no additional errors are reported, contact Oracle Support Services.
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VTP-0116: Unable to locate data in the historical database.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software encountered an error while
attempting to locate data for a chart in the historical database.
Action: Review any additional errors which may help identify the problem. If
no additional errors are reported, contact Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0117: Unable to initialize historical chart string.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software was unable to obtain chart data from
the historical database.
Action: Verify that the required historical data has been collected and loaded
into the historical database.
VTP-0118: There is no data available for any of the aggregation levels in the
historical database.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software was unable to obtain chart data at
any of the aggregation levels.
Action: Verify that historical data for this analysis has been collected and
loaded into the database.
VTP-0119: Error saving the chart into the historical database.
Cause: The historical database is not reachable.
Action: Verify that the historical database is reachable from the Data Gatherer
client software.
VTP-0120: Unable to locate data items in the historical database.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software is unable to obtain data items from
the historical database.
Action: Verify that the historical database is reachable from the Data Gatherer
client software.
VTP-0121: No changes were made to the collection options.
Cause: You clicked Apply in the Collection Details page for a particular
collection class, but you made no changes to the data items and data sources
shown.
Action: Verify your changes and retry the operation.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages 17-11
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0122: No changes were made to this analysis’ time aggregation, data sources,
and data items.
Cause: You clicked Apply in the Select Items dialog box, but you made no
changes to the aggregation, data sources, and data items for the selected
analysis.
Action: Verify your changes and retry the operation.
VTP-0127: The following data sources are not available for historical collection:
string
Cause: The Data Gatherer client is unable to locate some data sources for
Capacity Planner collection.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0128: The following data items are not available for historical collection:
string
Cause: The Data Gatherer client is unable to locate some data items for
Capacity Planner collection.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0131: Internal Error: An error has occurred while stopping data collection.
Cause: The Data Gatherer is unreachable.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0132: Error creating report file string
Cause: Capacity Planner was unable to create the Collection Report shown in
the message.
Action: Verify that the file system is writable and that enough disk space is
available.
VTP-0133: Changing the selection dates to use the visible range will result in the
data for this class of statistics to be reselected. Any data outside of the visible
range will no longer be available.
Cause: You are being warned that the visible data will change when the
selection dates are modified.
Action: Continue to modify the date range or cancel the operation.
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VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0134: Error getting collection settings for source target
Cause: Capacity Planner was unable to copy the collection settings because the
source target has become unreachable.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0137: Error: Processing Interrupted
Cause: The request was not completed because the user interrupted
processing.
Action: Cancel or retry the operation.
VTP-0138: Error: Target versions incompatible
Cause: The source and destination involved in a copy operation are not
compatible.
Action: Perform the copy operation between services that are compatible.
VTP-0140: Unable to query Agent Data Gatherer
Cause: The Data Gatherer is unreachable.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0141: Agent Data Gatherer unreachable
Cause: The client cannot communicate with the Data Gatherer.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0142: Agent Data Gatherer string unreachable
Cause: The client cannot communicate with the Agent Data Gatherer shown in
the error message.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
VTP-0147: Unable to set storage options at string
Cause: While copying collection settings, the copy operation could not update
the storage options at the destination target.
Action: Review additional errors; if no additional errors are reported, contact
Oracle Support Services.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages
17-13
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0148: Copy to string failed
Cause: The copy operation was not successful.
Action: Review additional errors for the target to determine what versions are
incompatible. If no additional errors were reported, contact Oracle Support
Services.
VTP-0149: Warning: The collection settings for this target were last modified by a
different user.
Cause: The repository where the historical data will be stored was last set by
another Capacity Planner user.
Action: Verify ownership of the collected data.
VTP-0151: Invalid Data Gatherer host name.
Cause: The Data Gatherer client software is unable to communicate with the
Data Gatherer.
Action: Verify that the Data Gatherer is reachable and configured correctly.
VTP-0152: A Copy operation cannot be performed. Source string is not collecting.
Cause: You attempted to copy the collection settings from a service that has not
been set up to collect historical data. As a result, there are no collection settings
to copy.
Action: Use the Copy Collection Settings Wizard to copy settings from services
that are actively collecting historical data.
VTP-0153: Warning: Only number of number data sources were set in destination.
Cause: You used the Copy Collection Settings Wizard to copy collection
settings from one service to another. However, one or more of the collection
classes in the source service contained data sources that do not exist in the
destination service. For example, a collection class for a node service might use
a specific disk drive (such as Drive L:) as a data source. If you copy those
collection settings to another node, the destination node may not have a
corresponding disk drive assigned to that letter.
Action: None. Capacity Planner copies the collection settings that are
compatible between the two services; Capacity Planner does not copy settings
that refer to data sources unavailable in the destination service.
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VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
VTP-0154: Unable to display historical data. Historical collection of the class of
statistics shown in the chart is not supported.
Cause: Not all statistics available in Oracle Performance Manager can be saved
as historical data within Oracle Capacity Planner.
Action: Use Performance Monitor to select a class of data that can be saved in
the Capacity Planner historical database and retry the operation.
Oracle Capacity Planner Messages
17-15
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages
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18
Change Management Pack Command Line
Interface Messages
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
VTZCLI-0000: Success.
Cause: The operation completed with a success status.
Action: No action.
VTZCLI-0001: Command line syntax error.
Cause: There was a syntax error in the command line.
Action: Correct the command line error.
VTZCLI-0002: Cannot find the specified repository.
Cause: The repository specified cannot be connected to.
Action: Check to make sure that the repository exists and that the Oracle
Management Server is running.
VTZCLI-0003: Credentials failed to login to Oracle Management Server.
Cause: Was not able to log into the Oracle Management Server.
Action: Check that the Oracle Management Server is running, the repository
name is correct, and the username/password is correct.
VTZCLI-0004: A processing error occurred.
Cause: A general processing error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
Change Management Pack Command Line Interface Messages 18-1
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
VTZCLI-0005: Baseline string does not exist in the repository.
Cause: A capture command was given with a baseline name that does not exist
in the repository.
Action: Specify an existing baseline.
VTZCLI-0006: Comparison string does not exist in the repository.
Cause: A compare command was given with a comparison name that does not
exist in the repository.
Action: Specify an existing comparison.
VTZCLI-0007: Change plan string does not exist in the repository.
Cause: A change plan command (generate or execute) was given with a plan
name that does not exist in the repository.
Action: Specify an existing plan.
VTZCLI-0008: Script currently executing...aborting.
Cause: A script is already being executed for this plan version.
Action: Review the execution history log in the Oracle Change Manager
graphical user interface.
VTZCLI-0009: Execution failed.
Cause: Script execution failed.
Action: Review the execution log and execution history in the Oracle Change
Manager graphical user interface.
VTZCLI-0010: Generation completed with warnings.
Cause: The script generation completed with some warnings.
Action: Check the impact report in the Oracle Change Manager graphical user
interface.
VTZCLI-0011: Generation completed with errors.
Cause: The script generation completed with some errors.
Action: Check the impact report in the Oracle Change Manager graphical user
interace and correct the problems identified.
VTZCLI-0012: Generation failed.
Cause: The script generation failed to complete.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
18-2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
VTZCLI-0013: A problem occurred with the specified target database, string.
Cause: A problem was encountered involving the specified database.
Action: Check the reason for the error and correct the problem.
VTZCLI-0014: Preferred credentials are not defined for the target database
<string>.
Cause: Preferred credentials were not found for the database specified.
Action: Using the console, check to see if the specified database is discovered
and has credentials defined.
VTZCLI-0015: No management server login credentials have been set! > ocm
login username/password@management server node
Cause: Was not able to log into the Oracle Management Server.
Action: Check that the Oracle Management Server is running, the repository
name is correct, and the username/password is correct.
VTZCLI-2002: Script execution error.
Cause: An error occurred during script execution.
Action: Review the execution history log in the Oracle Change Manager
graphical user interface.
VTZCLI-2003: Error in cleanup execution.
Cause: An error occurred while executing the cleanup script.
Action: Review the execution history log in the Oracle Change Manager
graphical user interface.
VTZCLI-2004: Error in undo execution.
Cause: An error occurred while executing the undo script.
Action: Review the execution history log in the Oracle Change Manager
graphical user interface.
VTZCLI-2005: Cleanup successful.
Cause: Execution of the cleanup script was successful.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2006: Undo successful.
Cause: Execution of the undo script was successful.
Action: No action required.
Change Management Pack Command Line Interface Messages 18-3
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
VTZCLI-2007: Script execution successful...
Cause: Execution of the script was successful.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2008: ....executing cleanup
Cause: Executing the cleanup script as a result of a successful script execution.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2009: ...executing undo
Cause: Executing the undo script as a result of an error in script execution.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2011: Exception: string.
Cause: Exception thrown, internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
VTZCLI-2012: Error: string.
Cause: Error status report.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2014: Execution exit status: string.
Cause: Reports execution process exit status.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2016: Execution succeeded.
Cause: Script execution succeeded.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2019: Generation succeeded with no errors.
Cause: The script generation completed with no errors.
Action: No action required.
VTZCLI-2020: Operation string completed successfully.
Cause: Successful completion of operation.
Action: None.
18-4
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
VTZCLI-2022: Identity string not found.
Cause: This command requires that you use the -id argument to specify a valid
identity.
Action: Make sure that you typed your identity string correctly. See the
command line interface appendix in the Getting Started with Oracle Change
Management Pack manual if you need more information about specifying a valid
identity using the -id argument.
Change Management Pack Command Line Interface Messages 18-5
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2022 Messages
18-6
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
19
Oracle Management Server Messages
VXA-1000 to VXA-2999 Messages
VXA-1000: Error starting Oracle Management Server. Check the boot host name
in the omsconfig.properties file.
Cause: The host could not be located.
Action: The oem.BootHost property within the omsconfig.properties file
should have a value of "localhost." Specify the value and restart the Oracle
Management Server.
VXA-1002: The Oracle Management Server’s repository has not been completely
configured.
Cause: The repository that was specified does not contain the tables expected.
Action: Verify that the repository specified via the Enterprise Manager
Configuration Assistant is valid. If the repository is invalid, rerun the Enterprise
Manager Configuration Assistant and either edit the configuration to specify a
valid Oracle Management Server repository, drop the current repository and
recreate it, or create the repository.
VXA-1003: Administrator login credentials are invalid.
Cause: The credentials specified by the user to authenticate themselves to the
Oracle Management Server are incorrect.
Action: Log in again using the correct username and password.
Oracle Management Server Messages 19-1
VXA-1000 to VXA-2999 Messages
VXA-1004: A communications failure was detected while communicating with
the Oracle Management Server. The Oracle Management Server may have
been shut down.
Cause: A CORBA communications failure was detected performing an
operation against the Oracle Management Server.
Action: Restart the Oracle Management Server and retry the operation.
VXA-2016: Repository credentials not specified
Cause: Incorrect or missing credentials in the OMSCONFIG.PROPERTIES file.
Action: Verify the contents in the OMSCONFIG.PROPERTIES file. If the
contents are corrupted, use the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant’s
Edit Configuration Parameters selection to reset the configuration parameters.
VXA-2018: Unable to connect to OMS repository
Cause: The Oracle Management Server cannot connect to the repository against
which it is configured to run.
Action: Verify that the repository service information provided in the Oracle
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant is correct.
VXA-2023: An Oracle Management Server has already been started on this
machine. Aborting.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server is already running.
Action: Check if the Oracle Management Server is already running, or if the
Oracle Management Server BootPort (specified in the omsconfig.properties file)
is already in use by another application.
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20
Naming Service Messages
VXN-1000 to VXN-1999 Messages
VXN-1000: oem.BootHost must be IP address of bootstrap host.
Cause: The host name where the Oracle Management Server is running
appears to be invalid.
Action: Run the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant to ensure that the
Oracle Management Server configuration information is valid.
VXN-1001: oem.BootPort must be a valid number.
Cause: The port number to connect to the Oracle Management Server appears
to be invalid.
Action: Run the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant to ensure that the
Oracle Management Server configuration information is valid.
VXN-1002: Boot service could not bind to port <port>. Socket may be occupied.
Cause: Boot service could not bind to bootstrap socket because another
application (or another instance of this application) is probably running on that
socket.
Action: Run Task Manager and ensure that no other instance of this application
is running.
VXN-1003: Could not create server socket
Cause: Server-side socket could not be created.
Action: Run Task Manager and ensure that no other instance of this application
is running
Naming Service Messages 20-1
VXN-1000 to VXN-1999 Messages
VXN-1004: oem.Boothost property is missing.
Cause: A required configuration entry is missing.
Action: Run the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant and ensure that
the Oracle Management Server is configured correctly.
VXN-1005: The oem.BootPort property is missing.
Cause: A required configuration entry is missing.
Action: Run the Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant and ensure that
the Oracle Management Server is configured correctly.
VXN-1006: Security exception accessing property oem.BootHost, and no such
applet parameter was found.
Cause: A security violation occurred accessing a system property from an
applet. (This error should not occur unless the CGi script on the web server is
corrupted.)
Action: If you are running Oracle Enterprise Manager as a thin client (from a
browser), contact your system administrator. Otherwise, run the Enterprise
Manager Configuration Assistant and ensure that the Oracle Management
Server is configured correctly.
VXN-1007: Naming service was not found.
Cause: The Oracle Management Server was not found.
Action: Ensure that the Oracle Management Server is running.
VXN-1008: Unrecoverable error reading naming service persistence file.
Cause: An error occurred reading the naming service persistence file.
Action: Do the following:
20-2
1.
Stop all Oracle Enterprise Manager applications.
2.
Shut down the Oracle Management Server.
3.
Remove the file $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/system/CosNaming.store
4.
Restart the Oracle Management Server.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
Index
A
Accessibility, xii
Agent Gateway Messages,
Agent Messages, 4-1
12-1
C
Capacity Planner Messages, 17-1
Change Management Pack Command Line Interface
Messages, 18-1
Console Messages, 13-1
D
Documentation Accessibility,
xii
E
EmSDK-1000 to EmSDK-1999 Messages, 2-1
EPC-00020 to EPC-00352 Messages, 3-2
EPCW-00001 to EPCW-01022 Client
Messages, 3-10
I
Index Tuning Wizard Messages, 9-1
N
Naming Service Messages,
NMC messages, 1-3
NMO messages, 1-3
NMP messages, 1-3
NMR messages, 1-3
20-1
NMS-00000 to NMS-00050
Agent Configuration and Startup, 4-1
NMS-00051 to NMS-00075
Agent Logging Messages, 4-5
NMS-00200 to NMS-00250
Database Subagent, 4-6
NMS-00250 to NMS-00275
Subagent Logging Messages, 4-8
NMS-00301 to NMS-00350
Agent Operation Messages, 4-9
NMS-00351 to NMS-00360
Encryption of Agent Files, 4-11
NMS-00361 to NMS-00370
Unsolicited Event Executable, 4-12
NMS-00600 to NMS-00799
Jobs and Events, 4-13
NMS-00900 to NMS-00999
Agent Logging Messages, 4-13
NMS-01000 to NMS-01099
Agent Error Messages, 4-15
NMS-01200 to NMS-01999
Internal Agent Error Messages, 4-19
NMS-05000 to NMS-05999 Agent Errors of the
Console, 4-20
NNC messages, 1-3
NNL messages, 1-3
NNO messages, 1-3
NPL messages, 1-3
O
ODG-05001 to ODG-05843 Messages, 6-1
OMO-1000 to OMO-1999 Messages, 5-1
ORA messages, 1-3
Index-1
Oracle Data Collect Service Messages (Client
Tier), 14-1
Oracle Data Collection Service Messages (Second
Tier), 6-1
Oracle Enterprise Manager Framework
Messages, 8-1
Oracle Management Object Messages, 5-1
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Error
Messages, 10-1
Oracle Management Server Messages, 19-1
Oracle Management Server Messages (Client
Tier), 15-1
Oracle Performance Manager Messages, 16-1
Oracle Support Services
calling about Oracle Trace messages, 3-1
contacting about all messages, 1-4
Oracle Top Sessions Messages, 11-1
Oracle Trace Messages, 3-1
P
Prefixes
definitions of, 1-2
problem severity, 1-4
S
SDK (Software Developer Kit) Messages, 2-1
Software Developer Kit (SDK) Messages, 2-1
Spatial Index Analyzer Messages, 7-1
T
TNS messages, 1-3
Trace Messages, 3-1
V
VDE-1000 to VDE- 1999 Messages, 8-1
VDI-0000 to VDI-0499 Messages, 8-3
VDKBITW-1000 to VDKBITW-1008
Messages, 9-1
VDN-4500 to VDN-4999 Messages, 8-3
VDOUS-00101 to VDOUS-00115 Messages, 8-3
VDR-7000 to VDR-7499 Messages, 8-5
Index-2
VDU-6000 to VDU-6499 Messages, 8-6
VIS-09001 to VIS-09016 Error Messages, 10-1
VMS-00001 to VMS-00004
Critical Error Messages, 11-1
VMS-01000 to VMS-01016
Not-So-Critical Error Messages, 11-2
VMS-02000 to VMS-02009
Informational Messages, 11-5
VNI-2000 to VNI-4999 Messages, 12-1
VTC-1000 to VTC-1127
Generic Console Messages, 13-1
VTCDW-1000 to VTCDW-5999 Messages, 13-9
VTCE-1232 to VTCE-1237
Event Management Messages, 13-5
VTCV-1343 to VTCV-1344
User Manager Component Messages, 13-6
VTCX-1337 to VTCX-1350
Job and Event Management Messages, 13-6
VTD-0001 to VTD-0114 Messages, 14-1
VTK-1000 to VTK-1999 Messages, 15-1
VTM-0001 to VTM-6903 Messages, 16-1
VTP-0001 to VTP-0154 Messages, 17-1
VTZCLI-0000 to VTZCLI-2019 Messages, 18-1
VXA-1000 to VXA-2999 Messages, 19-1
VXN-1000 to VXN-1999 Messages, 20-1
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