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ORA-25228 Error

Oracle Database Tips by Donald Burleson

Upon turning-on the Oracle 10g servererror trigger we were surprised to see tens of thousands of log entries for the ORA-25228 error.  Also, see my notes on using Oracle system triggers for complete details:

ERROR                                                NBR ERRORS
ORA-25228: timeout or end-of-fetch during message    17,193      
ORA-25254: time-out in LISTEN while waiting for a     2,865 
   

The Oracle docs note:

ORA-25254: time-out in LISTEN while waiting for a message
Cause: The specified wait time has elapsed and there were no messages for any of the agents in the agent-list.
Action: Try the LISTEN call with an appropriate time-out.
ORA-25228 timeout or end-of-fetch during message dequeue from string.string
Cause: User-specified dequeue wait time has passed or the end of the queue has been reached but no message has been retrieved.
Action: Try dequeue again with the appropriate WAIT_TIME or the FIRST_MESSAGE option

Logging all of these these ORA-25228 and ORA-25254 servererrors causes measurable overhead, and there was no reported problems with the application, which was using Oracle Streams replication.  We logged an SR on the ORA-25228 issue and also noted this on the web, suggesting that the ORA-25228 error may happen if a queue contains no messages:

We suspect that these are "noise" errors and should be suppressed so as not to cause excessive overhead for the servererror trigger.

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Question: In pl/sql, is there a simple way to determine if a consumer is subscribed to a queue? It seems I get the same error message if there are no messages or if the consumer is not subscribed (ORA-25228: timeout or end-of-fetch during message dequeue from AQADM.QUE_JREX). I could query the _s table but is there a package procedure I could use?
 

Answer: You would have to write your own PL/SQL routine which would query the aq$<queuetablename>_s view.
 

 

 

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