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I am executing my PL/SQL package in oracle 7.3.4. through DBMS_JOBS.  Sometimes in my test system i am getting this ORA 1013 error.  But the same package when i executed in production box this is not happening.  Can anyone suggest what is going on.  Nobody is cancelling the job, no interupt to the job.  
Looking farward to an answer.
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vanmeerendonk earned 0 total points
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You say "sometimes"... have you looked at the difference
in differences in init.ora parameters between your test and production database?
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Init.ora seems to be ok. most of the parameters are same and for some sizes are low for test.
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