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Cannot run utlirp.sql Because Of ORA-1031 Errors (Doc ID 1202513.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Server - Enterprise Edition - Version: and later   [Release: 11.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


As part of migrating a database from a 32 bit platform to a 64 bit one it is necessary to run the utlirp.sql script. While running this script the following error is seen :

SQL>  @?\rdbms\admin\utlirp.sql
ORA-01031: insufficient privileges

The trace file generated by the 1031 errorstack event shows the following call stack:

ORA-01031: insufficient privileges
----- Current SQL Statement for this session (sql_id=3zwd8htqr10hv) -----
update obj$ set status = :"SYS_B_00"
where ((type# in (:"SYS_B_01", :"SYS_B_02", :"SYS_B_03", :"SYS_B_04", :"SYS_B_05", :"SYS_B_06", :"SYS_B_07", :"SYS_B_08", :"SYS_B_09", :"SYS_B_10")) or
(type# = :"SYS_B_11" and subname is null))
and ((subname is null) or (subname <> :"SYS_B_12"))
and status not in (:"SYS_B_13",:"SYS_B_14")
and linkname is null
and not exists (select :"SYS_B_15"
from type$
where (bitand(properties, :"SYS_B_16") = :"SYS_B_17")
and toid = obj$.oid$)

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