Sun Cluster Data Service for Oracle Guide for Solaris OS

SUNW.oracle_listener Extension Properties

Debug_level (integer)

The level to which debug messages from the Oracle listener component are logged. When the debug level is increased, more debug messages are written to the log files.

Default: 1, which logs syslog messages

Range: 0 – 100

Tunable: Any time


The name of the Oracle listener. This name must match the corresponding entry in the listener.ora configuration file.


Range: Not applicable

Tunable: When disabled

ORACLE_HOME (string)

The path to the Oracle home directory.

Default: No default defined

Range: Not applicable

Tunable: When disabled

Probe_timeout (integer)

The timeout value in seconds that the fault monitor uses to probe an Oracle listener.

Default: 180

Range: 1– 99,999

Tunable: Any time

Introduced in release: 3.1 4/04

User_env (string)

A file that contains environment variables to be set before listener startup and shutdown. Those environment variables that have values that differ from Oracle defaults must be defined in this file.

For example, a user's listener.ora file might not reside under the /var/opt/oracle directory or the $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin. directory. In this situation, the TNS_ADMIN environment variable should be defined.

The definition of each environment variable that is defined must follow the format VARIABLE_NAME=VARIABLE_VALUE. Each of these environment variables must be specified, one per line in the environment file.

Default: ““

Range: Not applicable

Tunable: Any time