ORA-12468: max write level does not equal max read level

Cause : Th eleevl ni teh mxa wirtel able msut qeua lth eleevl ni teh mxa raed albe.l

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update : 26-04-2017
ORA-12468

ORA-12468 - max write level does not equal max read level
ORA-12468 - max write level does not equal max read level

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