Domain Failover using FAILOVERSEQ doen't work on Solaris
(Doc ID 776799.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 21, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.1 and later
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In case of the following Domain configuration on Soalris 9, failover mechanism does not work. *DM_TDOMAIN TDOM1 NWADDR="//host:8888" # local domain TDOM2 NWADDR="//host:5599" # primary remote domain CONNECTION_POLICY=ON_STARTUP LACCESSPOINT=TDOM1 FAILOVERSEQ=110 TDOM2 NWADDR="//host:8899" # secondary remote domain CONNECTION_POLICY=ON_STARTUP LACCESSPOINT=TDOM1 FAILOVERSEQ=120 When GWTDOMAIN of host:5599 is down, TDOM1 should connect host:8899 after trying host:5599, however it does not work and following log outputs in ULOG. 132658.host!GWTDOMAIN.26855.4.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1303: ERROR: Network error occurre d during connection establishment 132658.host!GWTDOMAIN.26855.4.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1512: ERROR: Unable to connect to remote domain TDOM2 132658.host!GWTDOMAIN.26855.4.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1500: INFO: Retrying domain (domai nid=<TDOM2>) every 60 seconds If primary domain is remote machine it will be success failover(this problem occurs on same machine domain configuration) 132855.host!GWTDOMAIN.26866.5.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1249: WARN: Connection to TDOM2 ad dress //hostA:5599 failed, Network error(150) 132855.host!GWTDOMAIN.26866.5.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1305: INFO: A connection attempt h as failed for TDOM2, trying new address //host:8899 132855.host!GWTDOMAIN.26866.4.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1129: INFO: Connection established with domain (domainid=<TDOM2>) In the case of HP-UX, it will be success failover with Network error code=245 132543.host!GWTDOMAIN.17581.5.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1249: WARN: Connection to TDOM2 address //host:5599 failed, Network error(245) 132543.host!GWTDOMAIN.17581.5.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1305: INFO: A connection attempt ha s failed for TDOM2, trying new address //host:8899 132543.host!GWTDOMAIN.17581.4.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1129: INFO: Connection established with domain (domainid=<TDOM2>)
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