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Oracle 9i
« on: Jul 11th, 2010, 9:37am »
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Hello, Can anyone help me with configuring listener of Oracle 9i DB in Red Hat Linux 9.I have installed 2 database in a single system. I am using the default port of 1521 for 1 listener and 1 database working properly.I have created the second database, should i give the same port no: to the 2nd listenerHuh?? What should I add in Other services section of Net Manager??
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Re: Oracle 9i
« Reply #1 on: Jul 13th, 2010, 9:33am »
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You don't need to have a second listener for a second database.  
It is the listener that listens on port 1521 and redirects to the appropriate database instance.  
Net Manager gives a lot of options and I don't know what you should add under Other services. The Net Configuration Assistant (netca) is probably a better tool suited for you, because it is easier to do these common tasks with it.
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