Re: Auto Debugger and trace don’t work
Greg, how does that work in an LDAP environment? I don’t
have a TNSNames file on my PC (or rather, I do, but it’s
pretty old and not what Oracle uses). I’m not in an RAC
environment, but I may be soon.
Assuming the all nodes of the RAC are in LDAP as well as the overall
“top level” RAC description, if you tnsping each node you get back a
“(DESCRIPTION=(…))” line from tnsnames.
You can simply copy if (after the “attempting to contact” bit) and
paste it into your own tnsnames.ora file with a node_name= prefix and
all will be well.
It’s what I do with Oracle Names anyway when I need a tnsnames.ora entry
that can be used by a 10g or 11g client.
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