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ORA-00600 ORA-07445 ORA-00700 : How to Diagnose and Fix Them

A quick note to explain how to deal with these errors, so I don't have to keep answering the same questions.


Oracle trap errors and gives them a specific error number. Looking up this error number in the Database Error Messages manual will typically give you an indication of the cause of the error and the action necessary to fix it.

In addition to trapping specific errors, Oracle also has some catch-all error messages that are issued when something unexpected happens, the most important being the following.

These may be caused by something trivial, but they could also indicate something disastrously wrong has happened. It's impossible to tell by just looking at the error message and the description in the Database Error Messages manual.

This article explains what you should do if you encounter one of these types of messages.

ORA-600/ORA-7445/ORA-700 Error Look-up Tool

You should typically use the following process.

The popup will contain one of two types of messages.

You can of course Google for a solution, but for these types of errors I would suggest that is a bad idea and you may be putting your system at risk by doing so!

For more information see:

Hope this helps. Regards Tim...

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