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RP/TUX 9.0 - GWTDOMAIN startup fails with LIBGWT_CAT:5354 on Windows (Doc ID 777032.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Information in this document applies to any platform
***Checked for relevance on 13-07-2011***


Goal

DESCRIPTION:
When GWTDOMAIN startup, the following error occurs and boot fails on Windows 2003.

180647.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: 12-27-2005: Tuxedo Version 9.0, 32-bit
180647.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBTUX_CAT:262: INFO: Standard main starting
180647.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180647.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180650.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180650.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180653.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180653.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGW_CAT:5354: ERROR: Gateway internal thread error in memory queue mutex:lock:gwimq.c:238
180656.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1243: WARN: Open TDOM2 address //TuxMachineName:port# failed, Network error(10048)
180656.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1244: WARN: No more NW address to try
180656.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBGWT_CAT:1124: ERROR: Unable to open listening endpoint
180656.TuxMachineName!GWTDOMAIN.xxx.2980.0: LIBTUX_CAT:250: ERROR: tpsvrinit() failed

This problem occurs randomly.
If single thread mode, this problem does not occur.
 
CONFIGURATION:
Tuxedo9.0RP13 
Windows 2003

Solution

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