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Failed to connect to database instance: ORA-12537: TNS:connection closed (DBD ERROR: OCIServerAttach).

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I am getting the below error through email.but when I am trying to login I am not getting any error.

Failed to connect to database instance: ORA-12537: TNS:connection closed (DBD ERROR: OCIServerAttach).
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Check out the following on Metalink:

DBCONSOLE reports "Failed to connect to database instance: ORA-12537: TNS:connection closed (DBD ERROR: OCIServerAttach)" [ID 427833.1]

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This error appears to be related to an IBM environment running AIX.  Can you confirm this is your environment?
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nirvairghuman,

Can you explain how the comment in http:#a36559725 assisted you in solving your question?
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