RP/SALT 2.0 - SALT GWWS Process Failed To Boot Up On AIX and Windows platforms With Tuxedo 9.1 RP070.

(Doc ID 778211.1)

Last updated on JUNE 15, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) - Version 2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

DESCRIPTION:
SALT GWWS process failed to boot up on AIX and Windows Platforms on Tuxedo 9.1 RP 070.

On AIX the output is like following:
Booting admin processes ...
exec BBL -A :
process id=417890 ... Started.
Booting server processes ...
exec server -A :
process id=377020 ... Started.
exec TMMETADATA -A -- -f mdrdat.repos :
process id=540830 ... Started.
exec GWWS -A -- -c GWWS_conf.xml -i TuxAll :
Could not load program GWWS:
Symbol resolution failed for GWWS because:
  Symbol tmmon_reset (number 131) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmapp_req_out_que (number 132) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmmon_logerr (number 133) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmapp_req_out_que2 (number 134) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmapp_rep_in_que (number 141) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmapp_rep_out_que (number 152) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
  Symbol tmapp_req_in_que (number 157) is not exported from dependent module /home/beadev/SALT20rp/r91/testRP/base/lib/libtux.so.
Examine .loader section symbols with the 'dump -Tv' command.
CMDTUX_CAT:819: INFO: Process id=393372 Assume started (pipe).
exec xserver -A :
process id=397434 ... Started.
5 processes started.
This CR can be reproduced on Windows also. On other Platforms, such as Linux IAHP, GWWS can boot up normally.

CONFIGURATION:
Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) 2.0

Solution

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