we have some trace level parameters in listener configuration file on Oracle 220.127.116.11 RAC 2 node database. I have to remove those parameters and should bounce the listener.
Please correct me, if i am wrong
First i will do this on node1 and then go for node2
srvctl stop listener -n nodename
i will goto ORACLE_HOME/network/admin and will remove the parameters unwanted
srvctl start listener -n nodename.
BTW, if i stop the listener, what will happen to the users connected to DB at that time?
Does this require any DB outage?
It is same in RAC as Single instance that stopping listener won't interrupt existing connections. All you need is to wait for listener to startup and register the db for new connections. BTW tested and
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