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shared memory realm does not exist
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error signaled in parallel query server
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TNS:packet writer failure
see ORA-12699
missing right parenthesis
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Re: [suse-oracle] unable to attach to shared memory segment

Werner Flamme

2006-03-15

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jorgecab@(protected):
> Thank you very much Werner and Martin, the key was in $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oracle
> permissions, I left it with "-rwsr-s--x" and it worked perfectly. I never
> changed this before in other oracle installations with SLES9 and x86
> architecture, maybe the installation process for x86_64 is different... or the
> patchset...
>
> Well anyways, thanks a lot!
>
> Jorge
>

Jorge,

I quoted the SAPnote because I had exactly the same problem as you had. I
had some installations and upgrades of Oracle with SLES8 and SLES9, but
this happened on x86_64 only. I did not notice this error in my 32bit
environments - though it is not mentioned that the hint is valid for x86_64
only, so it may be a change in the installation routines.

BTW all my SAP servers are running 9.2.0.6 - 2 (both x86_64) as a fresh
install, the others as update.

Regards,
Werner

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