On a Cluster Installation, splSock Socket Files Are Overwritten once a Managed Server Starts (Doc ID 1934083.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management - Version 2.3.1 and later
Oracle Utilities Framework - Version 4.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

splSock socket-files are overwritten once a managed server is starting.

Example Replication Steps:

Weblogic Cluster consists of two nodes: node1 for managed server etmSrv01 and node2 for managed server etmSrv02. The two nodes share a common OCFS file system: /data01. ETPM is installed under the common OCFS file system, SPLEBASE = /data01/etm/ETMTAS, as a result /data01/etm/ETMTAS/runtime is common for both nodes.  Both SPLService and SPLWeb are deploying and starting properly. 

Assuming AdminServer and NodeManagers are up and running:
1. Startup Manager Server: etmSrv02 on node2 (time: 23:29)
etmSrv02 starts up normally

2. Notice the sockets created under /data01/etm/ETMTAS/runtime:
[cissys@node2 bin]$ ls -ltrh /data01/etm/ETMTAS/runtime/ | grep splSock
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:29 splSock6504
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:29 splSock6506
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:29 splSock6507
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:29 splSock6508
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:29 splSock6509

3. Startup Manager Server: etmSrv01 on node1 (time: 23:35)
etmSrv01 starts up normally

4. Now, notice that under /data01/etm/ETMTAS/runtime new sockets have overwritten the previous ones:

[cissys@node1 bin]$ ls -ltrh /data01/etm/ETMTAS/runtime/ | grep splSock
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:35 splSock6504
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:35 splSock6506
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:35 splSock6507
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:35 splSock6508
srwxr----- 1 cissys cisusr    0 Sep 22 23:35 splSock6509

Solution

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