I was looking through some old notes today. I found some which showed a query trying to use a non-existent rowid to access a table. This caused an ORA-00600 with the following arguments:
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There was no date on the notes nor any mention of an Oracle version but I decided to try it out
on an Oracle 10 database. First I created a table with 1 row and checked its rowid:
SQL> create table andrews_table
2 as select 1 col1 from dual
SQL> select rowid, col1 from andrews_table
Then I checked that I could use the rowid to retrieve the row:
SQL> select col1 from andrews_table
2 where rowid = 'AAAMl6AABAAAOtqAAA'
Then I made a small change to the rowid and tried again:
1 select col1 from andrews_table
2* where rowid = 'BAAMl6AABAAAOtqAAA'
select col1 from andrews_table
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01410: invalid ROWID
This only produced an ORA-01410 error message. I looked in the alert log but there was no sign of an ORA-00600 message there either. So I assume that the ORA-00600 messages were produced by a bug which has since been fixed.