Paulo_BR wrote:Where do you find it in the docs? I just did a complete library search of the doc 11.2 doc set for 'STARTUP_WAIT_TIME' and got zero hits.
someone here could mention some purposes for the use of the STARTUP_WAIT_TIME listener parameter? I'd like to know some examples about what can motive the use of this parameter in a Production environment.
Paulo_BR wrote:A search of the 10g docs also got zero hits.
i forgot to mention that we're using the previous version, it's the Oracle Database 10g.
However, I guess I've just found the answer. By the way, i'd like to listen your point of view about some examples in a real world scenario.What views about what examples in what scenarios?
Girish Sharma wrote:Interesting ... when I did a library wide search of both the 10g and 11g docs, I got no hits. Opening the Net Reference for 11g and doing a browser search of the index got not hits. Only found it in the index of the 10g Net Reference.
Probably you are looking for below link :
Edited by: Girish Sharma on Feb 6, 2013 8:06 PM
And this for in 10.2 documentation :
Paulo_BR wrote:Apparently none at all.
but the point is: for what would I like to set up this parameter for a value grater then zero?
what benefits a high value for this parameter could be brought to us?
Which also explains why I was unable to find it at all in the 11.2 docs.
Note: This parameter is deprecated and will be desupported in a future release. If you require this parameter to run the listener, please notify Oracle Support Services.