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dispatcher 'D000' encountered error getting listening addressThis is the reason. You should manually set listener for dispatcher :
Thu Jan 17 03:06:12 2013
found dead dispatcher 'D000', pid = (17, 2)
found dead dispatcher 'D000', pid = (17, 28)
Denis Kishenko wrote:Yes, listener requires that IPs and hostnames are resolvable. To use /etc/hosts you should check /etc/nsswitch.conf file that should contain line like this:
Hi Mihael I re-installed today oracle database and apex and it works fine!
Previous time another person installed oracle DB and said that he has some troubles with network but did't say what exactly. When I re-installed installer worried that can't find host IP address. Indeed this test host was not registered in dns and it's hostname wasn't resolved. I add it to /et/hosts but as localhost (don't understand why didn't use real ip). So my listeners configured by default to use localhost while 8080 is listening (by default) on all network interfaces so it is accessible remotely. Unfortunately listeners doesn't work if I switch localhost to ip may be its because of my /etc/hosts so I asked register dns name and will re-install it one more time since hostname was changed.
Mihael great thanks for help!