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TUX6.4 - CR013490 -T option not working on tmboot/tmshutdown (Doc ID 765063.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 6.4 and later
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Goal

PRODUCT: TUXEDO
VERSION: 6.4

ISSUE:

-T option not working on tmboot/tmshutdown

DESCRIPTION:

When you use the -T option on tmboot, no process start.

tmboot -T GROUP3 INFO: TUXEDO(r) System Release 6.4 INFO: Serial #: ...., Expiration 1998-09-14, Maxusers 200 INFO: Licensed to: HT CONSULTING Booting server processes ... 0 processes started. The work around is to use other tmboot option. tmboot -g GROUP3 -s TMS INFO: TUXEDO(r) System Release 6.4 INFO: Serial #: ...., Expiration 1998-09-14, Maxusers 200 INFO: Licensed to: HT CONSULTING Booting server processes ... exec TMS -A : process id=<pid#1> ... Started. exec TMS -A : process id=<pid#2> ... Started. 2 processes started.

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