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Did you license Oracle Diagnostic Pack? If yes, you have access to couple of useful tools: ADDM (Automatic Diagnostic Monitor) and AWR (Automatic Workload repository). The AWR reports may be difficult to understand at first, but they can give invaluable information on what is really happening in the database. If you don't have the Diagnostic pack, you'll ...


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Looks like you didn't have your listener configured. One of the possible solutions: On your ubuntu, connect to graphical user interface through X11, VNC or directly to the computer's screen, log in as the Oracle's installation owner user (usually "oracle") and run the "netca" command. This will start the Net Configuration Assistant when you can configure ...


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Will be late for you, but will help others in the future. I was facing the same problem than you today. After 2 hours of test I, finally, figured out what to do to been able to start the WebLogic console. Go to C:\Oracle\was\user_projects\domains\base_domain\config\jdbc and temporarily move the JDBC file is causing the problem to a temp folder. In the ...



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