May 29, 2014 · At some points, the client sides received intermittent ORA-12170 repeatedly: ORA-12170: TNS:Connect timeout occurred Meanwhile, the server side did not receive any errors either in listener.log or alert.log. Causes. Obviously, the failed connections did not reach their destination while errors showed on the client side. Martin ----- Original Message ----- From: John Dorlon To: [hidden email] Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 12:40 PM Subject: RE: [toad] Looooong reconnect time > Is this at the database level? It may be a sqlnet timeout, but I'm just guessing. It freezes Toad because the reconnect is not a threaded event.
Dec 17, 2017 · As we know that we can't mount Azure Blob Storage as a native share on a virtual machine. However, we are provided a virtual filesystem by Azure, it's called BlobFuse .
Inactive Session Expiration Time: Kill inactive SQLNET sessions. If set to a non-zero value enables DCD (Dead Connection Detection) sqlnet.expire_time = <integer_minutes> sqlnet.expire_time=10: Minimum Client Version: sqlnet.allowed_logon_version= <version_number> sqlnet.allowed_logon_version=10: Names Directory Path: names.directory_path=The disconnect must have ben on the network devices - if the instance terminate a session, there is no need to kill/rollback. For such problems Dead Conection Detection in sqlnet.ora on server side is fine - at least the rollback will be earlier and less resources are wasted. 9:14 am
Thanks for the post, was really useful. I was able to configure kerberos with sqldeveloper 4.0, just config the kerberos details in the properties, use the right tns_admin directory with sqlnet.ora correctly configured and in username/password insert your windows username and password.