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Tuxedo txprt Utility Incorrect Report Information When Running A Long Time Without Restart (Doc ID 2229983.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 27, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.1 and later
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
HP-UX Itanium (32-bit)
Linux x86
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (32-bit)

Symptoms

The Tuxedo txrpt reports abnormally as following.  The bold number are incorrect values for average time, in seconds, to process the service requests.

START AFTER: Mon Jan 23 00:00:00 JST 2017
END BEFORE:  Mon Jan 23 23:59:59 JST 2017
SERVICE SUMMARY REPORT

SVCNAME           14p-15p    15p-16p    16p-17p    17p-18p    18p-19p    19p-20p                20p-21p   21p-22p   22p-23p   TOTALS
                  Num/Avg    Num/Avg    Num/Avg    Num/Avg    Num/Avg    Num/Avg                Num/Avg   Num/Avg   Num/Avg   Num/Avg   
---------------   --------   --------   --------   --------   --------   --------               --------  --------  --------  -------- 

ICPanel           32689/0.20 34992/0.20 31208/0.17 24484/0.17 20513/0.16 9900/18633073885184.00 4690/0.17 1497/0.16 149/0.09  385173/478920998912.00
ICScript          12428/0.04 13887/0.05 13224/0.04 11030/0.04 9881/0.04  5109/0.04              2349/0.04 868/0.03  41/0.02   175150/0.05

 

The data for the report is collected for an application server configured with a CLOPT "-r" option. The default location for the data is the stderr file but that can be configured on each application server using the CLOPT "-e" option.

 stderr data for this issue is the following. Note the STIME, ETIME values below jump up to big value.

SERVICE  PID     SDATE      STIME                EDATE      ETIME
-------  ---     -----      -----                -----      -----
@ICPanel 2622020 1485167417 2147483546           1485167417 2147483556
@ICPanel 6488162 1485167418 2147483640           1485167418 18446744071562067981
@ICPanel 2622020 1485167419 18446744071562068065 1485167419 18446744071562068066

 

 This problem occurs on most of 32bit binary on UNIX platform and 64bit AIX

 

 

Cause

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