Duplicated an Oracle Server VM - No services :(

Russ Suter
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I have duplicated a virtual machine with a couple of Oracle databases on it. The only thing I did after duplicating the VM was to change its IP address to avoid an address conflict. Now, however, the listener is saying "The listener supports no services". What do I need to reconfigure to get this new instance of the server to correctly see services on its new IP address?
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic Advisor
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Commented:
Check the listener.ora for fixed entries, maybe there is the old IP address in there.
awking00Information Technology Specialist

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You need to modify the tnsnames.ora file to correspond.
Russ SuterSenior Software Developer

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I've done both of those things. The listener.ora file's IP address has been updated and all of the entries in tnsnames.ora have also been updated. Yet when I run "lsnrctl start" in the command line it tells me "The listener supports no services"
"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic Advisor
Top Expert 2015
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Then the listener.ora is misconfigured. Can you go into interactive mode in lsnrctl, and run status?
If you post the listener.ora we might be able to help with that.
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Is this pretty much a duplicate of your previous question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28931399/How-do-I-fix-no-listener-error.html

Even though the error messages are different, that is likely due to the changes you are making.  I feel the core issue is the same.

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