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Can I have 2 listeners (version 9.2) listening on same port 1527

Hi,

I have 3 oracle installation on 1 server.
The listener for 8.1.7 listens on port 1521 (that's not a problem).

I have 2 installation of version 9.2 (mandatory in this case), each having it's own listener, both configured on port 1527.

Can both be up and running (and working fine) listening on port 1527 ?


Note : I don't want to discuss other ways to do this (I know what to do). I just want to know if you have a configuration like this or if you tried it.

Thanks
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peterside7
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shuminzhouCommented:
I tried, and I got this messege:

TNS-12542: TNS:address already in use
 TNS-12560: TNS:protocol adapter error
  TNS-00512: Address already in use
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peterside7Author Commented:
Me, When I do it I have both listeners up and running.
But I'm not sure it will work in the long run.
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shuminzhouCommented:
In that case, if you don't get connection problems, it is probably ok. No harm keeping them running, see what effect they have.
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peterside7Author Commented:
Are you sure you have 2 different 9.2 installation on the same server ?  
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shuminzhouCommented:
yes. I have a 9R2 EE and 9R2 SE installed on the same machine. Though I only use one listener for all the dbs on this server. I tested your suggestion, but it doesn't seem to work.
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