FMW 11g ASInstance Creation Fails on IBM AIX - " Error Extending Targets With JRF Template " / " WLSTException: Unable to invoke applyJRF " (Doc ID 965785.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Middleware - Version 11.1.1.2.0 to 11.1.1.2.0 [Release Oracle11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 30-Jul-2013

Symptoms

When trying to install Fusion Middleware 11g on IBM AIX 64 Bit, the installation fails during configuration at the 'Applying jrf template' step.

The following errors are found in the install<timestamp>.log file:

[2009-11-17T16:21:57.927-05:00] [as] [TRACE] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 29] [ecid: 0000IK3yDKG5MeKMyUU^MG1B0kUN00000U,0] [SRC_METHOD: onConfigurationError] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.as.idm.install.config.event.IdMProvisionEventListener] [OOB IDM CONFIG EVENT] Description: [[
Error Extending Targets With JRF Template.
Cause: 
WLST Error. Problem invoking WLST - Traceback (innermost last):
File "/tmp/tmp1258492070955.py", line 8, in ?
File "<middleware home>/<oracle home>/common/wlst/oracle-jrf-config.py", line 63, in applyJRF
File "<middleware home>/<oracle home>/common/wlst/oracle-jrf-config.py", line 151, in jrf_check_install
WLSTException: Unable to invoke applyJRF because the domain <middleware home>/user_projects/domains/<domain name> has not been extended with JRF template.
and:

[2009-11-17T16:48:00.511-05:00] [as] [TRACE] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 29] [ecid: 0000IK47Qmc5MeKMyUU^MG1B0lGr00000U,0] [SRC_METHOD: onConfigurationError] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.as.idm.install.config.event.IdMProvisionEventListener] [OOB IDM CONFIG EVENT] Description: [[
Error creating ASInstance asinst_1.
Cause: 
An internal operation has failed: Unable to validate NonJ2EEManagement Application deployment on admin server.
Another possible error that may be seen in the install log is:

[2009-12-07T13:03:27.737-05:00] [as] [TRACE] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 33] [ecid: 0000ILeJaRD3b6M3UNiOR81B7JBz00000Y,0] [SRC_METHOD: onConfigurationStatus] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.as.idm.install.config.event.IdMProvisionEventListener] ________________________________________________________________________________
[2009-12-07T13:03:27.737-05:00] [as] [TRACE] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 33] [ecid: 0000ILeJaRD3b6M3UNiOR81B7JBz00000Y,0] [SRC_METHOD: onConfigurationStatus] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.as.idm.install.config.event.IdMProvisionEventListener]  [OOB IDM CONFIG EVENT] onConfigurationStatus ->f6f6192c-ee1f-4be9-a258-61d82fc5ad81 StatusMsg:Starting Domain.
[2009-12-07T13:03:27.737-05:00] [as] [NOTIFICATION] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 33] [ecid: 0000ILeJaRD3b6M3UNiOR81B7JBz00000Y,0] reportStartConfigAction: EXIT........
[2009-12-07T14:17:07.398-05:00] [as] [ERROR] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 33] [ecid: 0000ILeJaRD3b6M3UNiOR81B7JBz00000Y,0] 
[2009-12-07T14:17:07.410-05:00] [as] [ERROR] [] [oracle.as.provisioning] [tid: 33] [ecid: 0000ILeJaRD3b6M3UNiOR81B7JBz00000Y,0] [[
oracle.as.provisioning.util.ConfigException: 
Error while starting the domain.
Cause: 
Starting the Admin_Server timed out.
Action: 
See logs for more details.
at oracle.as.provisioning.util.ConfigException.createConfigException(ConfigException.java:123)
at oracle.as.provisioning.weblogic.ASDomain.startDomain(ASDomain.java:3142)
at oracle.as.provisioning.weblogic.ASDomain.startDomain(ASDomain.java:3033)
at oracle.as.provisioning.engine.WorkFlowExecutor._startAdminServer(WorkFlowExecutor.java:1647)
..
..


Weblogic server and managed servers will not come up and may cause a core dump. The <middlware>/user_projects/domains/<your domain> directory shows a core dump of java and the file javacore.<id>.txt (or something along those lines).

The javacore file will show the error happens when trying to load libmuxer.so:

...
4XESTACKTRACE at weblogic/socket/PosixSocketMuxer.initNative(Native Method)
.
.
.
1XHEXCPMODULE Module: /weblog10/bea1/wlserver_10.3/server/native/aix/ppc64/libmuxer.so
1XHEXCPMODULE Module_base_address: 0900000001100000
...

Cause

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