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ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98 In Instantiation Log When Starting Up SAFfire Cluster (Doc ID 1548621.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications SAFfire - Version 3.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This document gives a full description of what the "ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98" error in the below instantiation log means when starting up a SAFfire Cluster:

START: <Startup Parameters>
The pid for amfOELSComp1.5.20 is 24471
!!!!! amfOELSComp1.5.20 INSTANTIATE SCRIPT EXITED at Wed Apr 24 13:43:24 EDT 2013:status 0 !!!!!
Error obtained in fetching values from registry Failed to establish database connection
Error obtained in fetching values from registry Failed to establish database connection
Error obtained in fetching values from registry Failed to establish database connection
 SR_LIB_DMS_PORT set to <PORT>
traceVersion=3.1.0
cpuType=X86_64
osType=LINUX26
buildType=gold
initCause=normal
initTime=Wed Apr 24 13:43:24 2013 (1366825404)
schema=time\tthreadId\tlevel\tunitName\tmessage
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 3 srkDefault SrkInitTime = 1366825404
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 3 srkDefault Changing Trace Unit AMFLib to level 3
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 4 ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 4 ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 4 ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 4 ERROR Can't open select breaker: 98
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x40B83940 3 dmsSelect Detected EBADF select error
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 1 dmsUdp Initializing UDP listener module
Apr 24 13:43:24:878 0x1FC9C6F0 0 srkDefault Product version 3.1.0
ERROR! The saAmfInitialize() API call received a returncode of 4
ERROR! The AmfManager::init call errored with a rc of 0

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