Tuxedo: Expanding The Size Of A Configuration Filesystem, For Example TUXCONFIG, While Tuxedo Is Running
Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When a Tuxedo filesystem(e.g. TUXCONFIG1) is not properly sized initially and Tuxedo configuration components are dynamically added beyond those initial limits we are prevented
from adding anything else without shutting Tuxedo down and redefining the filesystem.
For example - if we run tmloadcf on a configuration with MAXSERVERS 8000, and no server configured, we get a TUXCONFIG1 file of size 10000 blocks. We boot the application and dynamically add (e.g. through TMIB calls) servers continuously.
After adding a few hundred servers one gets the following message:
Normally we would then shutdown Tuxedo, rebuild the TUXCONFIG1 filesystem (e.g. "tmloadcf -b 60000 UBB"), and this would resolve the issue but with a complete outage.
How can this be done dynamically while Tuxedo is still running?
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