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stop/starting listener service on live database

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hello Expert,

The dabgers of start/stop a listener service when a production database is running

oracle 7.3.4 on solaris 7 .

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If you stop the listener while the database is running, no new connections will be able to be made while the listener is down.

Existing connections I believe remain OK (but this is something you should test on your test/development environment).
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Unless you have set up USE_SHARED_SOCKET for a firewall, then sjwales is correct.  Existing connections will remain and only new connections will be denied.
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