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Getting Oracle Web server error as below:
Firewall is not enabled.
We have cloned\copied files before using the process below and this has always worked before, But it was always Solaris 9 to Solaris 9
But this time the master server was Solaris 9 cloned over to solaris 10...

Here are the errors:

WRB startup on "UDP:NewHostServer:2649" ---- Oracle Media Net Address Server Oracle Media Net Release 3.3.8.2.0 - Production (built: May 14 1998)

error opening UDP:NewHostServer:2649
OWS-08820: Unable to start WRB process `/u03/app/oracle/product/806/ows/3.0/bin/mnaddrsrv'.
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OWS-08802: Oracle Web Listener `admin' does not exist.
OWS-08802: Oracle Web Listener `lprd' does not exist.
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by:Indyrb
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Any one know what this works on solaris 9 but not on 10.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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First: posting a comment asking if anyone knows, really doesn't do anything.  Only Experts that are monitoring the question or have posted in it will see the post.

Second:  Since this is the second time you have asekd this question and no one has posted, I have to assume that none of the Experts here really know the product.

Have you Googled the OWS-08802 error?

Seems to be a few links on this exact topic.  The link below seems to mention hard-coded paths as part of the original install and that Oracle doesn't support copying.

http://www.dba-village.com/village/dvp_forum.OpenThread?ThreadIdA=584

Since you claim it worked before 9 to 9, maybe Solaris 10 has some different things in different places?
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by:Indyrb
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I can't find oascrypt or owacrypt
3.0 not 4.0
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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You can try opening an SR with Oracle Support but as that link mentioned, they might not support you since you copied the files.

There were several links out there when I Googled that error,  The link I posted just seemed like the most reasonable.  I suggest you look through the rest of them while you wait for Oracle to get back to you.
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by:Indyrb
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Is there a way to get just the oascrpy ot the owscrypt files and perform the function..
Or can you disable the need for the cryption or wrb line all together?
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The files you need are likely part of another install.  The only correct way to get them is to install the correct product.

Oracle Support will be able to help you with this.
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