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Introducing “Grab Oracle/PLSQL Errors” Series

In this hectic and kinda boring life of NOC shifts as a Unix admin often I’ve been amazed and overjoyed 😉 finding the long cherished something to watch out for i.e., “ORA – *” errors that always helped me eased up and get back to life from hibernation :D. To be honest it’s so powerful and lethal weapon that you start running like Usain Bolt 😛 from almost half dead hibernated state. Anyways let’s not move further away from the point here. As a Unix admin & over 2 years veteran in system & software operations field often I’ve faced “ORA- *”  errors i.e., Oracle/PLSQL  errors. Most of the time I couldn’t understand what the f*ck those messages says., but I’ve always tried googling on them and have some precise knowledge (mostly overview though … I’m not even D of a DBA 😥 ). As a matter of fact I felt it’s really important from system administration point of view that you have sufficient as well as proficient knowledge on the cause and primary resolution of these errors so that you can help your DBA digging in further providing the primary information on the fly. So here I’m introducing a new series of posts “Grab Oracle/PLSQL Errors”.  Hope the upcoming posts will come handy.

Good Luck with your DB monitoring life 🙂

  1. Munir
    May 22, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    Boss, Just go through http://www.techonthenet.com
    I think you will find your answer there

  2. May 22, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    thanks …already use that for answers 😀

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