Oracle DBA-Viewing Listener Configuration


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Step 4 - Viewing Listener Configuration

Learn Oracle - Viewing Listener Configuration

The listener runs on your database server machine and brokers incoming client requests. With Enterprise Manager, Oracle DBA can view the status of the listener, which is set up for automatic startup whenever your server machine is restarted.

To view the status of the listener, navigate to the Enterprise Manager home page. Under General, click Listener. The Listener: listener_name page appears. Under General, note the listener status, which is either Up or Down.

This page also gives the listener version, its net address, and start time.

You can additionally view the listener status at the command line using

lsnrctl status

STEP 4 - Next Topics
After installing your Oracle software and database, Oracle DBA have a fully functional database with a client/server network environment that has been minimally configured.This Step contains the topics to help Oracle DBA completely configure your client/server network. Learn Oracle DBA Step 4 by clicking links below:
Understanding Network ConfigurationOracle DBA
Oracle Net Listener ConfigurationOracle DBA
Client ConfigurationConfiguring client
Connection RequestsConnection Requests
Naming MethodsNaming Methods
Tools for Network ConfigurationTools for network configuration
Viewing Listener Configurationviewing listener configuration
Starting and Shutting down the Listener
Configuring Oracle Networking on Client Machine
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