Where is the Oracle listener file?

Where is the Oracle listener file?

Where is the Oracle listener file?

ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory
By default, the listener. ora file is located in the ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory.

Where is the listener log file?

Traditionally, the listener log OFA location has been in the directory named $ORACLE_HOME/network/log/listener. log, and in 11g and beyond, the default location for the listener log file is the “diag” directory, $ORACLE_HOME/diag. e.g. Also see Listener log full tips.

Where can I find TNS listener?

Do the following:

  1. Log on to the host where the Oracle database resides.
  2. Change to the following directory: Solaris: Oracle_HOME/bin. Windows: Oracle_HOME\bin.
  3. To start the listener service, type the following command: Solaris: lsnrctl START. Windows: LSNRCTL.
  4. Repeat step 3 to verify that the TNS listener is running.

How do I find the listener name in Oracle?

It can be found in the “$ORACLE_HOME/network/admin” directory on the server. Here is an example of a basic “listener. ora” file from Linux. We can see the listener has the default name of “LISTENER” and is listening for TCP connections on port 1521.

How do I change the listener path in Oracle?

Change the Oracle Database Listener Configuration File

  1. Change directories to the admin directory.
  2. Change the value of the HOST parameter from “localhost” to the hostname of your server.
  3. Use the export ORACLE_HOME variable to restart the listener.

How do I start the Oracle listener?

To start or stop the listener at the command line:

  1. Open a command window.
  2. Follow the steps listed in “Configuring the Operating System Environment Variables .”
  3. Enter either of the following commands, depending on whether you want to start or stop the listener: lsnrctl start lsnrctl stop.

What is listener log file?

In instances created by the Aleph Installation Kit, the log file is usually /exlibris/app/oracle/diag/tnslsnr/xxxxxxx/listener/alert/log. xml, where xxxxxxx is the “host” (as seen in the $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tnsnames. In any case, the “lsnrctl status” command gives the “Listener Log File” location in its output.

How do I create a listener log file?

LSNRCTL> set log_status on This will create a new and empty listener. log file which will continue logging.

How can I check my listener status?


  1. Log in to the SUSE Linux as user oracle.
  2. On the command line interface (CLI), run the following command to view the state of the Oracle listener: > lsnrctl status Listener name.