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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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DISPATCHERS

Property Description
Parameter type String
Syntax DISPATCHERS = 'dispatch_clause'
  dispatch_clause::=

(PROTOCOL = protocol) |

(ADDRESS = address) |

(DESCRIPTION = description )

[options_clause]

  options_clause::=

(DISPATCHERS = integer |

SESSIONS = integer |

CONNECTIONS = integer |

TICKS = seconds |

POOL = {1 | ON | YES | TRUE | BOTH |

({IN | OUT} = ticks) | 0 | OFF | NO | FALSE |

ticks} |

MULTIPLEX = {1 | ON | YES | TRUE |

0 | OFF | NO | FALSE | BOTH | IN | OUT} |

LISTENER = tnsname |

SERVICE = service |

INDEX = integer)

Default value If SHARED_SERVERS is greater than 0, then DISPATCHERS defaults to '(PROTOCOL=tcp)', causing 1 TCP/IP dispatcher to be created.
Modifiable ALTER SYSTEM
Basic No

DISPATCHERS configures dispatcher processes in the shared server architecture. The parsing software supports a name-value syntax to enable the specification of attributes in a position-independent, case-insensitive manner. For example:

DISPATCHERS = '(PROTOCOL=TCP)(DISPATCHERS=3)'

Attributes may be specified using the full attribute name or any substring beginning with the first 3 characters. For example, SESSIONS can be specified as SES, SESS, SESSI, and so on.

Specify only one of the following attributes: PROTOCOL, ADDRESS, or DESCRIPTION. If you specify either ADDRESS or DESCRIPTION, then you can specify additional network attributes. Doing so supports multi-homed hosts.

dispatch_clause

options_clause