Oracle listener service update

Analyzing the log listener, by default “listener.log” in may see messages such as:

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23-FEB-2012 08:17:56 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:19:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:27:56 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:29:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:37:56 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:39:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:47:56 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:49:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:57:59 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 08:58:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 09:03:59 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 09:05:08 * service_update * BD02 * 0
23-FEB-2012 09:12:59 * service_update * BD01 * 0
23-FEB-2012 09:14:23 * service_update * BD02 * 0

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Oracle listener automatic registration of services

Starting with Oracle Database version 8i, need not be recorded BD services in the listener.ora file, the DB can automatically register.

This functionality works perfectly if we have the listener on port 1521 (default), if we make a change there’s no port to connect to the database. This is because the value of the parameter which defaults LOCAL_LISTENER:

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