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RP/TUX Tuxedo /WS Context Leaks When tpcall() Fails With LIBWSC_CAT:1011 (Doc ID 1948553.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 12, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


If a Tuxedo worstation handler (also known as WSH) process is shutdown before the workstation client (also known as /WS client) is calling tpcall(), it fails with TPESYSTEM and LIBWSC_CAT:1011 outputs in ULOG.

It is expected behavior. However if the /WS client is using multicontext mode the context will not cleanup even if tpterm() is called.

After tpinit() with TPMULTICONTEXTS flag called, the context number will be increased and never cleanup old contexts.

If it happen 1023 times, tpinit() fails with " LIBWSC_CAT:1901:ERROR: Failed to create a new context in multi-context mode  " due to reach max number of context.

This problem happen if server side is Windows.




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