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Tuxedo GWTDOMAIN Process Reports LIBTUX_CAT:328 No Space In Bulletin Board For Transaction Table (Doc ID 1984520.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 10.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Tuxedo reporting many of the following errors in the ulog:

171454.279.machine1!GWTDOMAIN.3686540.772.0: gtrid x10001 x547697f6 x5156fe2: LIBTUX_CAT:328: ERROR: No space in Bulletin Board for Transaction Table
171454.279.machine1!GWTDOMAIN.3686540.772.0: gtrid x10001 x547697f6 x5156fe2: LIBTUX_CAT:397: ERROR: Cannot allocate entry on GTT
171454.279.machine1!GWTDOMAIN.3686540.772.0: gtrid x10001 x547697f6 x5156fe2: LIBTUX_CAT:1260: ERROR: Service request problem: _tmgadd
171454.279.machine1!GWTDOMAIN.3686540.772.0: LIBGW_CAT:1000: ERROR: Message dropped by gw_msg_recv(). Error = 402025

  Multiple executions of tmadmin printtrans(i.e. done over time to check for changes), in verbose mode, show aborted transactions which seem to remain too long on the transaction table

index=72     gtrid=x10001 x54a0cbf6 x84ba775
:  Machine id: MyAppGroup1, Transaction status: TMGABORTED
 Group count: 2, timeout: 2147483628, time left: 2147385087
 Known participants:
  group: MyAppGroup2, status: TMGACTIVE, remote, coord
  group: MyGWGroup1, status: TMGACTIVE, local

 Multiple executions of dmadmin printtrans, in verbose mode, show transactions in heuristic state but they can not be removed with forgettrans command(cause of transactions being heuristic is a remote domain application issue and not addressed here)

Gtrid:               x10001 x54c9a6d0 x4ae87d2
# of processes:      0
Parent domain:       MyGWGroup1
# of remote domains: 1
rdom:               MyRemoteDomain
State:               GWTX_HEUR

 Incident of GWTDOMAIN crash


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