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RDBPROD: Internal error -2007 and %SQLSRV-E-SQSBADPKTHDR in Dispatcher Log when using OCI Services for Rdb (Doc ID 786271.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle SQL/Services for Rdb on OpenVMS - Version 7.1 to [Release 7.1 to 7.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following is done:

$ sqlplus userx@svcy

SQL*Plus: Release - Production on Wed Feb 25 15:57:03 2009

Copyright (c) 1982, 2007,  Oracle.  All Rights Reserved.

Enter password: ********
ORA-28547: connection to server failed, probable Oracle Net admin error

In the dispatcher logfile:

---EVENT BEG: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25  16:53:13.290 2009---
%SQLSRV-I-EVENT_LOG, event logged at line 1706 in file COM_TNS.C;1
%SQLSRV-E-TNSFAILURE, Oracle Net TNS nsaccept() service has failed
%SQLSRV-E-TNSEXTENDED, Oracle Net TNS error codes: primary (12637) secondary
---EVENT END: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25  16:53:13.330 2009---

---EVENT BEG: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb  25 16:53:37.060 2009---
%SQLSRV-I-EVENT_LOG, event logged at line 883 in file SRVUTL.C;1
%SQLSRV-F-INTERR, Internal error 2007 in Oracle SQL/Services dispatcher
 version V7.1-62 at line 1915 in module SRVPRSMS
%SQLSRV-E-ERROR_TEXT, Error text: invalid packet ID tag 1 or data type 6
 message data 04050601 flag 0
---EVENT END: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25 16:53:37.060 2009---

---EVENT BEG: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25 16:53:37.060 2009---
%SQLSRV-I-EVENT_LOG, event logged at line 1083 in file MSG_COM_SQS.C;1
%SQLSRV-E-SQSMSGERROR, Oracle SQL/Services MSG-layer error, client:
%SQLSRV-E-SQSBADPKTHDR, Bad Oracle SQL/Services packet header
---EVENT END: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25 16:53:37.060 2009---

---EVENT BEG: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25 16:53:37.070 2009---
%SQLSRV-I-EVENT_LOG, event logged at line 518 in file DISP.C;1
%SQLSRV-I-CONNECTSTATE, Connect state: 1
---EVENT END: EVENT_LOG --------------------- Wed Feb 25 16:53:37.070 2009---


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