This seems to not be a single error message, but a combination resulting from an error happening several layers deep in your software stack and all the layers contributing parts to the error message as it finds its way out of the stack.
The words "Schema" and "Password" together suggest that the script might be trying to connect to a database.
The tail end of the message is
Error while trying to retrieve text for error ORA-12154. ORA-nnnnn is a standard format for error codes from Oracle database or drivers for it. So, your script might be trying to connect to an Oracle database with a service name
mydb using user/schema name
mypass and password
mypass, encountering error ORA-12154 and then failing to retrieve the corresponding error message text for some reason.
But what does ORA-12154 mean? Google to the rescue!
The full English text of the error message seems to be:
ORA-12154: TNS:could not resolve the connect identifier specified
It seems that whatever database client/driver the script is using has no clue as to how to reach the
If you have a
tnsnames.ora file defining the network connection parameters for the database connection, you should verify that the script is getting the correct
ORACLE_HOME and any other required Oracle-specific environment variables, so that the database client/driver used by the script will actually find the
tnsnames.ora file. Then, make sure that any hostnames/IP addresses/ports mentioned in that file are correct and that any hostnames are resolvable.
If the CGI script is executed in a chrooted environment, it might not have access to
/etc/resolv.conf or to any DNS resolver libraries, and so be unable to resolve any hostnames.
Or if your Oracle driver/client is configured to use some other naming methods (Oracle technical term) to find the database connection parameters, you'll need to find out which method is used and whether or not it produces valid results for database service name
mydb. You might need to talk to a database administrator: "My client is configured like this, and I'm getting an ORA-12154 error message. Does any of this look wrong to you?"
Oh, and since you've posted the password to your database publicly, you might really want to get it changed now.