Tuxedo Applicative Servers Fail To Start After TUXDIR Had Been Clone Thanks To Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) In Silent Mode (With A Response File Where ENABLE_TSAM_AGENT Had Been Set To FALSE) (Doc ID 1999019.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

 

If Tuxedo 12cR2 (12.1.3) installation had been moved thanks to Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) clone feature by a steps by steps like here after:

1. Install Tuxedo (for example: ORACLE_HOME=C:\bea\tuxedo, ORACLE_HOME_NAME=OracleTuxedo1213)
2. Zip the contents of this ORACLE_HOME (tuxedo.zip)
3. Uninstall Tuxedo and remove any folders under C:\bea\tuxedo
4. Extract the tuxedo.zip back to c:\bea\tuxedo directory
5. Run the clone command:
  
cd C:\bea\tuxedo\oui\bin
setup.exe -silent -waitforcompletion -nowait -clone ORACLE_HOME=C:\bea\tuxedo ORACLE_HOME_NAME=OracleTuxedo1213 TLISTEN_PASSWORD=password

 

And if in OUI response file you set ENABLE_TSAM_AGENT to false then Tuxedo application will not be able to start.

Here after boot output example (with a PeopleSoft Application in this case):

Booting admin processes ...
  
exec BBL -A :
        process id=29021 ... Started.
1 process started.
Attaching to active bulletin board.
/full/Path/Of/your/Tuxedo12cR2Installation/lib/libtmagent.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
  
> INFO: Oracle Tuxedo, Version 12.1.3.0.0, 64-bit, Patch Level (none)
  
Booting server processes ...
  
exec PSWATCHSRV -o ./LOGS/stdout -e ./LOGS/stderr -A -- -ID 197309 -D APPDOM -S PSWATCHSRV :
        process id=29027 ... Started.
exec PSAPPSRV -o ./LOGS/stdout -e ./LOGS/stderr -s@psappsrv.lst -- -D APPDOM -S PSAPPSRV :
        CMDTUX_CAT:1685: ERROR: Application initialization failure
  
tmboot: CMDTUX_CAT:827: ERROR: Fatal error encountered; initiating user error handler

  


How to prevent this startup issue after a Tuxedo 12cR2 installation made by OUI Clone feature?



 

Solution

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