Database Process Trace Files On Exadata Contain Entries Like - "Dumping SKGXP connection.." (Doc ID 1444260.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software - Version 11.2.2.3.5 to 11.2.3.1.0 [Release 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal


- Database background (and sometimes foreground) process trace files on an Exadata DB node contain entries like:

Reconnecting to box 0x11e57d30 ...
Storage box 0x11e57d30 Inc: 1 with the source id 2771594017
Box name 0 - 192.168.10.8
OSS OS Pid - 9137
Reconnect: Attempts: 1 Last TS: 4303535090
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 0: port ID - 0x11e57fe8, connection - 0x11e58680
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 1: port ID - 0x11e57f98, connection - 0x11e58ee0
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 2: port ID - 0x11e57f48, connection - 0x11e59740
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 3: port ID - 0x11e58038, connection - 0x11e59fa0
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 4: port ID - 0x11e58088, connection - 0x11e5a800
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 5: port ID - 0x11e580d8, connection - 0x11e5b060
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 6: port ID - 0x11e58128, connection - 0x11e5b8c0
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 7: port ID - 0x11e58178, connection - 0x11e5c120
Dumping SKGXP connection state: Band 8: port ID - 0x11e581c8, connection - 0x11e5c980
Reissuing requests for the box 0x11e57d30



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