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FATAL ERROR IN TWO-TASK SERVER: error = 12571

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FATAL ERROR IN TWO-TASK SERVER: error = 12571
ksedmp: internal or fatal error
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Question by:Venkatasamy
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by:Venkatasamy
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I have facing some time user alert log.
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by:schwertner
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Set environment variable ORACLE_SID to correct value.
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by:anand_2000v
ID: 17812116
copy and paste the error you found exactly in alert log
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Jinesh Kamdar earned 80 total points
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http://ora-12571.ora-code.com/

ORA-12571: TNS:packet writer failure

Cause: An error occurred during a data send.

Action: Not normally visible to the user. For further details, turn on tracing and reexecute the operation. If error persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
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Forced accept.

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