|Lesson 4||Using the Listener Control program |
|Objective||View status of listener using the Listener Control program. |
Using Oracle Listener Control Program
Just as Server Manager is used to start, stop, and manage an Oracle database, Oracle provides a command-line utility known as Listener Control to start, stop, and manage the Oracle Net Listener. The executable name for Listener Control will be one of the following:
| lsnrctl || Unix, and Windows beginning with the release of Oracle8i |
| lsnrctl30 || Oracle8, release 8.0.x on Windows |
| lsnrctl23 || Oracle7, release 7.3.x on Windows |
Three useful commands
Try starting up your listener control now.
We are going to cover three Listener Control commands :
are easy ones.
gets you information about the commands you can use, and
is used to
quit the Listener Control program. You will use the
command to report the current status of the listener.
Try the following simulation to practice using all three of these commands.
Listener Control Program
Using Listener Control -Exercise