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ttCWAdmin -create returns with status 12 (Doc ID 1254693.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database - Version 11.2.1.7.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When trying to setup CRS, the following errors are encountered:

%> ttCWAdmin -create -dsn perflive
Successful connection with Oracle clusterware stack
replication DDL = create active standby pair "PERFLIVE" on "<host1>","PERFLIVE" on "<host2>"

(ttCWAdmin:) crsctl.c(21827): TT48004: clssgspubdata failed with status = 12.
(ttCWAdmin:) crsctl.c(21829): TT48010: Connection to TimesTen Cluster agent on host <host2> failed.
(ttCWAdmin:) crsctl.c(1423): TT48009: Private hostname not found for the host <host2>.
Error: Cluster creation unsuccessful




error 12 points to "no such member". The utility ttcwadmin tried to look for a member for a TT cluster agent on that host, and it failed, which means that the cluster agent did not register to the membership service yet. The ttcwadmin -init command is supposed to ensure that all cluster agents are running and they are registered to the membership service.

But if ttcwadmin -init also returns error like the following:

%> ttcwadmin -init
Oracle Clusterware home = /ora-ds1/oracrs/product/11.1, hosts = <host1>,<host2>
====================================================================
....

Registering daemon resources:... Registration complete.
(ttCWAdmin:) crsctl.c(15404): TT48004: clscrs_start_resource failed with status = 223.
Error: Starting of daemon monitor on host <host2> did not succeeed:Returned with status 223
Quitting..


then there may be a fundamental problem with the installation itself. Check the steps given below in this Note. 

Changes

 

Cause

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