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Tuxedo TMS_QM Process Fails To Start With Q_CAT:1497 Error Or Hangs (Doc ID 1124132.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 8.1 to 11.1.1.2.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

1) In this scenario  the Tuxedo TMS_QM failed to start with error Q_CAT:1497.

ULOG with the full trace:

TMS_QM.458782.1.0: 05-11-2010: Tuxedo Version 10.0, 32-bit
TMS_QM.458782.1.0: LIBTUX_CAT:262: INFO: Standard main starting
TMS_QM.458782.1.0: Q_CAT:1497: ERROR: xa_open() - no more process table slots
TMS_QM.458782.1.0: LIBTUX_CAT:466: ERROR: tpopen TPERMERR xa_open returned XAER_RMERR
TMS_QM.458782.1.0: LIBTUX_CAT:250: ERROR: tpsvrinit() failed
TMS_QM.458782.1.0: LIBTUX_CAT:300: ERROR: _tlog_open: _gp_tblopen: UNIX sys call error - 2

 

2) In this scenario the second TMS_QM attempted to boot, failed to start by, and never returned.

The boot stdout output looked as follows:

Booting server processes ...
.....(booted other servers)
exec TMS_QM -A :
      CMDTUX_CAT:819: INFO: Process id=9847 Assume started (pipe).
exec TMS_QM -A :

 The ULOG, with TMTRACE turned on , has the following:

122519.tuxmachine!TMS_QM.2114.3193652960.0: 12-09-2016: Tuxedo Version 11.1.1.2.0, 64-bit
122519.tuxmachine!TMS_QM.2114.3193652960.0: LIBTUX_CAT:262: INFO: Standard main starting
122519.tuxmachine!TMS_QM.2114.3193652960.0: TRACE:ia:  { tpsvrinit(14, "TMS_QM -C dom=MYTUXDOM -g 4 -i 30001 -u tuxmachine -U /myAppDir/logs/ULOG -m 0 -A")
122519.tuxmachine!TMS_QM.2114.3193652960.0: TRACE:ia:    { tpopen()
122519.tuxmachine!TMS_QM.2114.3193652960.0: TRACE:xa:      { xa_open(0x0x6438d0, 0, 0x0)

 

 

Changes

Issue occurs if the same IPCKEY is used in ubbconfig and in the "qspace create" command

Cause

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