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RP/TUX Tuxedo LIBTUX_CAT:6274 Occurs With Environment Variable TMNOTHREADS=Y And Single Threaded /WS Client (Doc ID 2151339.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 21, 2020

Applies to:

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


LIBTUX_CAT:6274 occurs when tpinit() fails with TMNOTHREADS=Y (that is to say, the environment variable set equal to some variation of yes)
but the workstation (also known as /WS) client is single threaded so this error should not have occurred.

the Tuxedo ULOG contains the following for the client process (in this case using default name "proc"):

173607.930.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: 05-13-2016: Tuxedo Version, 64-bit
173607.930.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: TRACE:tr: trace("iatmi+atmi:ulog")
173607.935.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: TRACE:at: { tpinit(NULL)
173607.935.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: TRACE:ia: { tpchkauth()
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: LIBWSC_CAT:1055: ERROR: Unable to establish WSL connection
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: LIBWSC_CAT:1027: ERROR: Unable to connect to WSH
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: TRACE:ia: } tpchkauth = -1 [tperrno TPESYSTEM]
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.0: LIBWSC_CAT:1020: ERROR: Unable to obtain authentication level
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.-2: TRACE:at: } tpinit = -1 [tperrno TPESYSTEM]
173607.947.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.-2: TRACE:ia: { tpsetctxt(-2, 0x0)
173607.949.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.-2: LIBTUX_CAT:6274: ERROR: TMNOTHREADS set to yes but multiple threads detected: 681649920/0
173607.949.myclientmachine!?proc.xxxxx.681649920.-2: TRACE:ia: } tpsetctxt = -1 [tperrno TPEPROTO]


 set TMNOTHREADS=Y for single threaded client


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