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PMSRVR Error : BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a deadlock (Doc ID 2614169.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate - Version 12.3.0.1.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Using pmsrvr to monitor GoldenGate instances however sometimes the return statistics are empty for some of the processes.

Getting below error in pmsrvr.log frequently while using curl scripts to fetch data from pmsrvr.

 

pmsrvr.log : 

2019-10-24T17:20:01.443+0200 INFO | Request received from <ipaddress>'anonymous' http GET /mpointsx HTTP/1.1 'curl/7.29.0' - - - '-' - - (Thread7)

2019-10-24T17:20:03.748+0200 WARN | Rollback transaction 0x8083d4e3 (Thread7)

2019-10-24T17:20:03.748+0200 ERROR| Requested Element at uri(/mpointsx) is not found (Thread 7)

2019-10-24T17:20:03.748+0200 INFO | Response returned with HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found 144 (Thread 7)

..........................

2019-10-24T17:25:02.061+0200 INFO | Request received from <ipaddress>

'anonymous' http GET /mpointsx HTTP/1.1 'curl/7.29.0' - - - '-' - - (Thread 8)

2019-10-24T17:25:06.016+0200 ERROR| Error (dirbdb): Database '<name>' open

failed.: BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a deadlock                                   

.......................

2019-10-24T17:25:06.059+0200 WARN | Rollback transaction 0x8083e6f9 (Thread 8)

2019-10-24T17:25:06.059+0200 INFO | Response returned with HTTP/1.1 200 OK 179561 (Thread 8)

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2019-10-24T17:28:22.037+0200 ERROR| Transaction in error, operation ignored (Monitoring Thread)

2019-10-24T17:28:22.332+0200 ERROR| Transaction in error, operation ignored (Monitoring Thread)

 

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Cause

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