Tag Archives: PLSQL

ORA-29283: invalid file operation using UTL_FILE.FREMOVE

I’ve been breaking my head over a problem I had with the UTL_FILE.FREMOVE command trying to remove a file created by another (not oracle) process. On *nix command line, logged in as user oracle (same as database) I’m able to … Continue reading

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ORA-600 [kkpo_rcinfo_defstg:objnotfound] on a 11.2 RAC instance

RECOMMENDATION: Set the deferred_segment_creation parameter to FALSE for 11.2 RAC databases! Recently our monitoring picked up an ORA-600 from the alertlog of one of our 11.2 RAC instances. ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [kkpo_rcinfo_defstg:objnotfound],[87421], [], [], [], [], [], [], … Continue reading

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Creating database links for another schema

There are situations (like after cloning databases) where you, as a DBA, want to create database links in other schema’s, for which you don’t have the password. Unfortunately the security of Oracle doesn’t allow (even SYS) you to drop/create database … Continue reading

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Calculating Compression Ratio

Before implementing one or more of the Oracle compression options that are available within an Oracle database, there are a couple of things you would like to examine before implementing one or more of these compression options. One thing you … Continue reading

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Unwrapping wrapped PLSQL in 10g, 11g and 12c

There are circumstances where you whish to have a look at the source of an wrapped PL/SQL package, procedure or function. The circumstances I want to have peek at the source is when some PL/SQL code becomes invalidated because an … Continue reading

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