How To Resolve Oracle Error 20011

Here are some simple methods that can help you fix your Oracle error 20011 problem.

The ORA-20011 error is a custom error. The ORA-29913 error can also be described as meaningless: ORA-29913: error in the entire leader of the current line. Reason: The start of the specified call generated a very large error.

NOTE. In cases where data cannot be found in the specified database, the following is triggered:

ORA-29913, ORA-29400, KUP-04040 When External is selected in table
“KUP-04040: timezdif.csv file is not necessarily in TIMEZDIF_DIR” linked by warning collect_stats_job. log after update
KUP-04040: TRCA_CONTROL.txt data file not found in TRCA $ STAGE

Below was still the problem I ran into despite the GATHER STATS JOB being started. I just wanted to share my knowledge of how I solved this problem.

Reason: DBMS_STATS: GATHER_STATS_JOB encounters this error when trying to collect statistics on an external workstation because the OS file (test_file level.csv) in the “TEST_UTIL” directory for the configuration of this external table n never existed.

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Solution: by examining the fa By searching, we found that the operating system flat file lvl (CSV file) was by no means present in the directory created with the external table, so the corresponding operating system level is put in the list of files (TEST_UTIL) created for the portal so that prove it is in use, or throw / discard the portal to resolve this situation.



Note:

This error can occur in some other cases, for example, if the temporary data paging table was closed but was not cleaned up properly and an export job was searched for. We need to find the temp table associated with the use of the datapump job below, request a flush, and finally run the job to reassemble the STATS.

ORA-20011: approximate NDV failure: ORA-08103: object practically no longer exists [message # 677323] < / td>

Thu, 12 September 02:56 2019
Rev tityrun
News: 16 | Registered: May 2009

Junior member

Hello everyone

Now when I try to run STATS GATHER on a specific table I get all of the following message problems:

ORA-20011: exemplary failure NDV: ORA-08103: toy no longer existsORA-06512: in "SYS.DBMS_STATS" collection 24281ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_STATS", line at 24332

Putting together the code for statistics:

DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS (proper name => "SCHEMA_NAME", "TABLE_NAME" tab name =>, CASCADE => TRUE, degree => 16);

This instruction can be executed twice at the same time. These error messages are rarely displayed.
Most of your cases are working fine.

Please help me to solve the problem. What are the typical circumstances in which customers encounter this error?

oracle error 20011

Thanks!Revathi.T

Object: ORA-20011: approximate failure NDV: ORA-08103: object no longer exists [message # 677333 reply to message No. 677323] Thursday 12 September 2019 7:39 AM
EdStevens
Posts: 1350 Registered: September 2013

Senior Member

revathitirun posted on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2:56 AM

Hello everyone

When I try to run STATS GATHER on a specific table, I get the following error information:

ORA-20011: Sample NDV ORA-08103: Error: Object no longer existsORA-06512: to "SYS.DBMS_STATS", wire 24281ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_STATS", line at 24332

Putting together the code for statistics:

DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS (proper name => "SCHEMA_NAME", "TABLE_NAME" tab name =>, CASCADE => TRUE, degree => 16);

It is currently possible to execute the above instruction twice at the same time. We often get these error messages just a few times.
Most of his affairs are working well.

Please help me to solve the problem. What circumstances turned out to be the cause of this error?

oracle error 20011

Thanks!Revathi.T

The error should say exactly what it says. Apparently, customers may have aAnother process is to drop the piece of furniture and recreate it. If this is a street table, I suggest you lock the stats on it so that GATHER_STATS doesn’t try to get to it.

ORA-20011: approximate NDV failure: ORA-08103: object existsORA-06512: longer for SYS.DBMS_STATS, line 24281ORA-06512: direction “SYS.DBMS_STATS” line 24332DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS (ownname => ‘SCHEMA_NAME’, TABNAME => ‘TABLE_NAME’, cascade => true, degree => 16);ORA-20011: approximate NDV failure: ORA-08103: little or no objectORA-06512: under “SYS.DBMS_STATS” limit 24281ORA-06512: at “SYS.DBMS_STATS” line 24332DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS (ownname => ‘SCHEMA_NAME’, TABNAME => ‘TABLE_NAME’, cascade => true, degree => 16);

Error De Oracle 20011

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