Cause: This is the generic internal error number for Oracle program exceptions.
It indicates that a process has encountered a low-level, unexpected condition.
Causes of this message include:
n file corruption
n failed data checks in memory
n hardware, memory, or I/O errors
n incorrectly restored files
The first argument is the internal message number. Other arguments are
various numbers, names, and character strings. The numbers may change
meanings between different versions of Oracle.
Action: Report this error to Oracle Support Services after gathering the
n events that led up to the error
n the operations that were attempted that led to the error
n the conditions of the operating system and databases at the time of the error
n any unusual circumstances that occurred before receiving the ORA-00600 message
n contents of any trace files generated by the error
n the relevant portions of the Alter files
Note: The cause of this message may manifest itself as different errors at
different times. Be aware of the history of errors that occurred before this
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PURPOSE: This article discusses the internal error "ORA-600 [kkslgop1]", what it means and possible actions. The information here is only applicable to the versions listed and is provided only for guidance. ERROR: ORA-600 [kkslgop1] VERSIONS: version 8.1.6 to 8.1.7 DESCRIPTION: We are using literal replacement (see the CURSOR_SHARING parameter) and are "peeking" into the cursor's literally replaced bind variables but fail to find a literally replaced bind variable where we expect to find one. FUNCTIONALITY: Kernel Kompile Shared cursors Literal replacement IMPACT: PROCESS FAILURE NON CORRUPTIVE - No underlying data corruption. SUGGESTIONS: This error can only be raised if literal replacement (CURSOR_SHARING) has been enabled therefore one workaround would be to disable the use of this feature. If the Known Issues section below does not help in terms of identifying a solution, please submit the trace files and alert.log to Oracle Support Services for further analysis. Known Issues: Bug# 2643579 See [NOTE:2643579.8] ORA-7445 [kxspoac] using CURSOR_SHARING=FORCE (or similar) Fixed: 220.127.116.11, 10.1.0.2 Bug# 2485018 See [NOTE:2485018.8] OERI:[KKSLGOP1] from SQL issued over a DBLINK with CURSOR_SHARING Fixed: Bug# 2643579 ORA-7445  CURSOR_SHARING=FORCE KXSPOAC Fixed: 8175, 9204, 10G