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bytes sent from the client threshold has been exceeded

Postby royalyogi » Thu Nov 21, 2013 2:22 am

Hi Tim,

I have searched in google but didn't get any hint/solution for below alert . Frequently we are gettting below alert in our inbox for standby and primary data gaurd databases. Server and network team says, it is not our issue oracle dba have to checked. please help us here

Alert:=
Alert: Oracle Database: The number of bytes sent to the client has exceeded the threshold.
Source: PNCS1S
Path: UKSHW021;UKSHW021
Last modified by: TFSMN01\kasa
Last modified time: 21/11/2013 01:14:30
Alert description: Oracle Database: The number of bytes sent to the client has exceeded the threshold. The value that exceeded the threshold is: 1047117 bytes.

-- primary database name:PNCS1S
-- primary server name:UKSHW021
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Re: bytes sent from the client threshold has been exceeded

Postby Tim... » Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:39 am

Hi.

No idea. What is this alert being sent by? What tool?

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Re: bytes sent from the client threshold has been exceeded

Postby royalyogi » Thu Nov 21, 2013 1:14 pm

database has been configured in OEM and SCOM tools also. But I have checked all defined matrix in OEM but didn't get anything
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Re: bytes sent from the client threshold has been exceeded

Postby Tim... » Thu Nov 21, 2013 1:29 pm

Hi.

I don't know what SCOM is...

I think you first need to identify what is sending the notification. You can then decide what to do next. If it is and Oracle product sending the notification, you can contact Oracle Support to ask them what it means. If it is a 3rd party tool, then you can contact the vendor of that tool to ask them what it means.

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