RP/TUX Tuxedo tmunloadcf Command Shows *RESOURCES Section NOTFIY Parameter As DIPIN Even Though THREAD Value Had Been Set In Ubbconfig With tmloadcf (Doc ID 1950243.1)

Last updated on JUNE 05, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Set the Tuxedo ubb configuration file NOTIFY parameter as THREAD value, in RESOURCE section, but executing Tuxedo tmunloadcf command shows NOTIFY as DIPIN value.
 It is just a display problem. Actual notification method used is THREAD as specified.

Tuxedo ubbconfig configuration file:

*RESOUCES

IPCKEY          123456
MASTER          "SITE1"
DOMAINID       "simpapp"
...
NOTIFY          THREAD
...

 Tuxedo tmunloadcf command output result:

*RESOUCES

IPCKEY          123456
MASTER          "SITE1"
DOMAINID       "simpapp"
...
NOTIFY          DIPIN
...

 You can confirm it is THREAD with Tuxedo tmconfig command:

$ tmconfig
Section: 1) RESOURCES, 2) MACHINES, 3) GROUPS 4) SERVERS
5)SERVICES  6) NETWORK 7) ROUTING q) QUIT 9) WSL
10) NETGROUPS 11) NETMAPS 12) INTERFACES [1]: 1   <-----        Enter 1
Operation: 1) FIRST 2) NEXT 3) RETRIEVE 4) ADD 5) UPDATE
  6) CLEAR BUFFER 7) QUIT [1]: 3                                <-----        Enter 3
Enter editor to add/modify fields [n]? n                    <-----        Enter n
Perform operation [y]?                                                <-----       Enter y
Return value TAOK
Buffer contents:
TA_OPERATION    3
TA_SECTION      0
TA_STATUS       Operation completed successfully
:
TA_MASTER       SITE1
TA_MODEL        SHM
TA_NOTIFY       THREAD                                             <-------      Here is THREAD

Section: 1) RESOURCES, 2) MACHINES, 3) GROUPS 4) SERVERS
5)SERVICES  6) NETWORK 7) ROUTING q) QUIT 9) WSL
10) NETGROUPS 11) NETMAPS 12) INTERFACES [1]: q    <-------      Enter q
Unload TUXCONFIG file into backup UBB [y]? n             <-------      Enter n

 

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