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SQLException 17410 No more data from socket

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonApril 13, 2016

Question: What does the SQL exception 17410 error mean?  I get this error intermittently in JDBC.

java.sql.SQLException 17410 No more data from socket

What is the fix and solution for this error?

Answer:  The "no more data from socket" error is sometimes caused by a bug and it is related to the client software (JDBC driver) and not a database problem.  The no more data from socket error can also mean that the shadow process crashed, often with an ORA-00600 or ORA-07445 error.  Also upgrade to the latest release of the JDBC driver.

In Oracle 11gR1 this "no data from socket" is a hidden parameter issue with bind variable peeking, and you should make this change after contacting Oracle technical support:

alter system set  "_optim_peek_user_binds"=false scope=both;

See my notes on bind variable peeking

You should check both the "udump" and "bdump" directories for any trace files that were generated with this error and check your alert log for messages.

The " No more data to read from socket" and the alert log specifies "Address not mapped to object"... was related specifically to selecting from a view, whose select statement had a column select, which used DISTINCT (using UNIQUE in that select caused the same issue).

This "no more data from socket" error may also be  because your database doesn't support connection sharing (shared servers, a.k.a. the multithreaded server), or it's a dedicated server that will not respond to different clients.

step1:  open $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tnsnames.ora

step 2: change "(SERVER = DEDICATED)" to "(SERVER = SHARED)"

step 3:  bounce Oracle and the listener

See MOSC Article ID 1083922.1 Article ID 423982.1 for more troubleshooting details on the "no more data from socket" error.


   
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