This article represents a partially published OERI note.
It has been published because the ORA-600
error has been
reported in at least one confirmed bug.
Therefore, the SUGGESTIONS section of this article may help
in terms of identifying the cause of the error.
This specific ORA-600
error may be considered for full publication
at a later date. If/when fully published, additional information
will be available here on the nature of this error.
Rebuild the corrupted index.
1) Restore a backup (cold or HOT) on another machine.
2) Run DBVERIFY (dbv executable) against all the backup datafiles involved.
3) Recover and roll forward with the archive logs through the time
when the error occurred. If there are no errors, this is most likely a
lost I/O or media corruption. You will need to get with your Hardware
vendor and check the hardware/Operating system with extensive diagnostics.