getting error with sqlloader

I trying to upload a flat file separated by " , " and getting below error. I have check the mappings two time.


Commit point reached - logical record count 22
Commit point reached - logical record count 44
Commit point reached - logical record count 66
nirvairghumanAsked:
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magentoCommented:
If any of your varchar2 fields have a comma in them, the load will fail ...You would need to enclose with "" s
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Where is the error message?  The commit point reached are buffer commits and are informational messages, they are not errors.
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nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
Now I am getting the below error. I have checked the file name and path.


SQL*Loader-500: Unable to open file (/a01/export/lgacy.txt)
SQL*Loader-553: file not found
SQL*Loader-509: System error: No such file or directory
SQL*Loader-2026: the load was aborted because SQL Loader cannot continue.
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magentoCommented:
Are you sure the file is located in the working directory?
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nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
yes, I am sure.
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nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
Please help me guys, its urgent
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
It could be permissions.

Run these 2 commands:

id
ls -l /a01/export/lgacy.txt

That should tell you the permissions, and what groups you belong to.  That should help determine if it is a permission problem.
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Are you sure the filename isn't:  legacy.txt
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awking00Commented:
What does the following produce?
ls -l /a01/export/*.txt
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nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot guys, I removed the old file and copied new legacy file after that it worked fine. I dont know what was the issue.
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
I cannot speak for the other Experts but I have no problem is you want to have this question deleted since you seem to have resolved the problem yourself.
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