Error updating parameter databasememory
Microsoft Exchange could not find a certificate that contains the domain name %1 in the personal store on the local computer.Therefore, it is unable to support the STARTTLS SMTP verb for the connector %2 with a FQDN parameter of %1.When they do not match, Oracle raises an error indicating a soft corrupted block, which will be reformatted and reused again.The landmark book "Advanced Oracle SQL Tuning The Definitive Reference" is filled with valuable information on Oracle SQL Tuning.A secure connection from domain-secured domain '%1' on connector '%2' failed to authenticate because validation of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate failed with status '%3'.Contact the administrator of %1 to resolve the problem, or remove the domain from the domain-secured list.The certificate validation error for the certificate is %2.
The _db_block_cache_protect can add overhead and can harm system performance.
A message from domain-secured domain '%1' on connector '%2' could not be authenticated because the server did not use Transport Layer Security (TLS).
Contact the administrator for %1 to resolve the problem, or remove the domain from the domain-secured list.
Oracle uses a special database algorithm to protect all modified blocks in the database memory.
Any uncontrolled database writes inside the database memory area will be detected, protecting the disk from getting in memory corrupted blocks.
The message could not be received from domain-secured domain %1 because of a configuration error on Receive connector %2.