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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I'm getting these events showing up in my Event Viewer but I can't seem to find any information on them anywhere. They happen every 10 minutes or so, give or take a few seconds, and then repeat. The system is Windows 2003 and has Oracle 10g installed on it. The events include the following information:

Source: HyperCache
Category: None
Event ID: 259
Description: Start RestoreDatabase (0) Software
Cyco\AutoManager Meridian\CurrentVersion\Installed DataStores\DMSTEST\CompoundItemService

Source: HyperCache
Category: None
Event ID: 259
Description: End RestoreDatabase (0) Software
Cyco\AutoManager Meridian\CurrentVersion\Installed DataStores\DMSTEST\CompoundItemService

Source: HyperCache
Category: None
Event ID: 258
Description: HTIOError (802) ORA-12541: TNS:no listener

I've checked and from all I can see, the listener is up and running. I can't seem to find anything on this HyperCache anywhere. Thought someone here might be able to help with what these messages mean. Thanks in advance.

Mike
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