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ORA-03111: break received on communication channel

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we checked jdbc version is matching oracle server
we cheched all alert logs looking good. what is the best approach to look at this issue
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by:David
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The error list sources suggest a related issue (causing the 3111), and that it's not usually customer-facing.  A couple of blogs go into issues with the client software version, and/or an expired password (1017).

So, database version, actual full error list, confirm if it's consistent or not, etc.
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by:ajaybelde
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both db servers and jdbc are 11.2.0.3 and consistent
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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To confirm what dvz stated above, please check the error code and action:  Contact Oracle Support.

http://ora-03111.ora-code.com/

ORA-03111:      break received on communication channel
Cause:      A break was processed on the communications channel, but was not properly handled by Net8 software. This is an internal error message not usually issued.
Action:      Contact Oracle Support Services.
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Wasim Akram Shaik earned 500 total points
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Check for time out parameter between server and client

Check the site suggestions they may be of help


http://royontechnology.blogspot.com/2009/06/mysterious-ora-03111-error.html
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