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RDBPROD: TxElapsedTime In RMU/SHOW STAT Displayed As Absolute Time (Doc ID 1575481.1)

Last updated on JULY 03, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Rdb Server on OpenVMS - Version 7.0 to 7.2.5.3 [Release 7.0 to 7.2]
HP OpenVMS Itanium
HP OpenVMS Alpha

Symptoms

With RMU/SHOW STATISTICS/CLUSTER, on some occasions the TxElapsedTime is displayed as an absolute time (17-NOV-1858 00:00:nn.nn) rather than a delta time (0 00:00:nn.nn) on the Checkpoint Information (Unsorted) screen.

Cluster: NODE1 (3/3/6)                           Oracle Rdb V7.2-520 Perf. Monitor                            7-AUG-2013 15:46:10.72
Rate: 5.00 Seconds                               Checkpoint Information (Unsorted)                           Elapsed: 20 23:26:45.73
Page: 1 of 2                                       DISKX:[ROOT]MYBD.RDB;1                                               Mode: Online
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Process.ID  Ckpt.Vno:Ckpt.Vbn QuietVno ST CurTSN             TxElapsedTime AIJ:13260:11346432
2BCF323D:1                       13260                                     TSN: 582484383
2BC60664:1                       13260
2BCF0E34:1                       13260 RW 582518989          0 00:00:00.88
2BCFAA85:1                       13260
2BDD760C:1                       13260 RW 0
2BD70A9B:1                       13260 RW 582519526          17-NOV-1858 00:00:01.26
2BE8355F:1*                      13260 RW 552876824
2BD9B32D:1                       13260
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Cause

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