RP/TUX 6.5, TUX 6.51, TUX 7.1, TUX 8.0 - GWTDOMAIN goes in a tight loop. (Doc ID 768234.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo / Tuxedo / 6.5, 6.51, 7.1, 8.0
Information in this document applies to any platform

Goal

Three domains are connected :
- 1 "client" domain
- 1 "forwarding" domain
- 1 "server" domain
The "client" domain is where the requests start from. The "forwarding" domain takes those requests
and sends them to the "server" domain.
When booting all the domains and starting a request (50 tpacalls), the "forwarding" domain tries to
establish a connection and somewhat fails. The following messages are reported in the ULOG :

113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1129: INFO: Connection established with domain (domainid=<SERVER>)
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: INFO: New connection to remote domain (SERVER) accepted, drop old connection!
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: INFO: New connection to remote domain (SERVER) accepted, drop old connection!
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: INFO: New connection to remote domain (SERVER) accepted, drop old connection!
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: INFO: New connection to remote domain (SERVER) accepted, drop old connection!
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: INFO: New connection to remote domain (SERVER) accepted, drop old connection!
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1215: WARN: Communication to remote domain <SERVER> already
disconnected
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1037: ERROR: Unrecoverable error occurred on send of data - sending
failure reply locally
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1215: WARN: Communication to remote domain <SERVER> already
disconnected
113529.lcsol17!GWTDOMAIN.2644.1.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1037: ERROR: Unrecoverable error occurred on send of data - sending
failure reply locally

And after that the gateway connected to the "client" domain goes in a tight loop. Eventually, however, the
"forwarding" domain gets connected to the "server" one.

Solution

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