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RP/TUX 6.5, TUX 6.51, TUX 7.1, TUX 8.0, TUX 8.1 - TPNOBLOCK flag does not work with network timeout parameter "-N" in WSL (Doc ID 766757.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo
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***Checked for relevance on 19-08-2011***


PATCHLEV6.5: 194
If the WSL is configured with the network timeout option (-N), a workstation client will block on tpgetrply(3), even
when the TPNOBLOCK flag is set.  
When a client sets the TPNOBLOCK flag in a tpgetrply(3), the client should return immediately with tperrno
TPEBLOCKafter a blocking condition is found.  Instead, the client blocks, and when the blocking condition is over, can
receive tperrno TPESYSTEM.  
Without the -N CLOPT, the problem does NOT occur.


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