I have 126.96.36.199 Oracle version, in Red Hat operating system.
Due to a problems with my database (with drop user and create user), I have seen in any forums that the solution is to run catalog.sql and catproc.sql. But my doubt is if anything would be wrong in my database if I execute again these procedures.
"catalog.sql" creates data dictionary views; I guess there would be no harm if you run it more than once (as it consists mostly of the "CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW ..." statements). However, as I'm not a DBA, perhaps you should wait a little bit longer to hear another opinion.
I would first check in DBA_OBJECTS to see if there are any INVALID objects. If you want to rerun catalog & catproc, then I would start the database up in restricted mode and rerun the scripts. No guarantee however that this will solve your problem.
You can try to run utlrp.sql script to recompile all invalid PL/SQL packages and then recheck the INVALID objects. If you still have that many INVALID objects after running the script, then startup in restricted mode and try the catalog.sql & catproc.sql script.
BTW...have you patched your database recently? If so, did you run catpatch.sql?
Yes, I think is a good idea run script utlrp.sql, I have read any post in Metalink about this. The problem is with objects property schema MDSYS but I don,t have MDSYS schema, we don,t have install Oracle SPATIAL .
Only question, is necessary startup database in restricted mode to run utlrp.sql?.
The other side, the last patch installed in my database is July 2005