ORA-07705: sksaprs: device name buffer too small

Cause : The buffer supplied for the device name is too small. This is an internal error.

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Contact your customer support representative.

update : 23-09-2017

ORA-07705 - sksaprs: device name buffer too small
ORA-07705 - sksaprs: device name buffer too small

  • ora-25115 : duplicate BLOCK option specification
  • ora-16770 : physical standby database not in read-only state
  • ora-12528 : TNS:listener: all appropriate instances are blocking new connections
  • ora-12666 : Dedicated server: outbound transport protocol different from inbound
  • ora-29533 : attempt to overwrite class or resource string while defining or compiling string.string
  • ora-35578 : (SQLOUT11) SQL cursor 'number' cannot be used with CURRENT OF syntax
  • ora-08104 : this index object string is being online built or rebuilt
  • ora-33315 : (XSDELDENTANON) You cannot delete workspace object while looping over unnamed composite workspace object.
  • ora-29832 : cannot drop or replace an indextype with dependent indexes
  • ora-22613 : buflen does not match the size of the scalar
  • ora-32015 : unable to restore SPFILE
  • ora-30180 : argument index is too large
  • ora-24067 : exceeded maximum number of subscribers for queue string
  • ora-10701 : Dump direct loader index keys
  • ora-19554 : error allocating device, device type: string, device name: string
  • ora-30551 : The index depends on a package/type body which does not exist
  • ora-30443 : definition for filter string's item string is invalid
  • ora-02356 : The database is out of space. The load cannot continue
  • ora-07283 : sksaprd: invalid volume size for archive destination.
  • ora-01718 : BY ACCESS | SESSION clause not allowed for NOAUDIT
  • ora-28594 : agent control utility: invalid parameter name
  • ora-31078 : error in SQL mapping information
  • ora-14020 : this physical attribute may not be specified for a table partition
  • ora-16953 : Type of SQL statement not supported.
  • ora-39768 : only one direct path context top level column array is allowed
  • ora-39070 : Unable to open the log file.
  • ora-23505 : Object "string"."string" is missing.
  • ora-27419 : unable to determine valid execution date from repeat interval
  • ora-33452 : (ESDREAD06) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is now dimensioned by workspace object. It was dimensioned by workspace object when the code was compiled.
  • ora-10662 : Segment has long columns
  • Oracle Database Error Messages

    Oracle Database High Availability Any organization evaluating a database solution for enterprise data must also evaluate the High Availability (HA) capabilities of the database. Data is one of the most critical business assets of an organization. If this data is not available and/or not protected, companies may stand to lose millions of dollars in business downtime as well as negative publicity. Building a highly available data infrastructure is critical to the success of all organizations in today's fast moving economy.

    Well, the reason for above error is that i have taken the above script from a 11g database and running it on 10g database. 11g has bring some changes in password management. Below code is executed on 11g and user created successfully, which is expected result.