TimesTen Err : sbLogBufInsertSystem or Err : logMgrInsert and TT8049: Commit ticket number will wrap around (Doc ID 2071681.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database - Version 11.2.2.8.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

These errors are found in the timesten daemon log with replication: (in ttmesg.log)

User had the questions/concerns about the below warnings/errors. Wanted to know what they really mean and is it really harmful and can they be.

NOTE: This is observed in 11.2.2.8.5

NOTE: it is confirmed to happen in 11.2.2.8.x, but could happen with older versions too. Please check with Timesten Support if it does happen in older version and upload all the logs.

2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Err :    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35f80008c0: LOG: sbLogBufInsertSystem: Failed to insert log at line 3054, track=0, strand=1, sbDbValid=1
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Info:    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35f80008c0: TT8049: Commit ticket number will wrap around -- file "logbuf.c", lineno 3054, procedure "sbLogBufInsertSystem"
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Err :    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35e00008c0: LOG: sbLogBufInsertSystem: Failed to insert log at line 3054, track=0, strand=0, sbDbValid=1
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Info:    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35e00008c0: TT8049: Commit ticket number will wrap around -- file "logbuf.c", lineno 3054, procedure "sbLogBufInsertSystem"
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Err :    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35f80008c0: LOG: logMgrInsert: Failed at line 6466, lrtype=sbLRXactReclaimBeg, idmap[0:0:0+0], extra_flags=0, xact[544.688458453], conn_name=TRANSMITTER(M):0x7f46d29c0700
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Err :    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35d00008c0: LOG: sbLogBufInsertSystem: Failed to insert log at line 3054, track=0, strand=3, sbDbValid=1
2015-10-11 14:37:44.05 Err :    : 63995: 38026/0x7f35e00008c0: LOG: logMgrInsert: Failed at line 6466, lrtype=sbLRXactReclaimBeg, idmap[0:0:0+0], extra_flags=0, xact[542.2029062699], conn_name=RECEIVER:0x7f46d10fd700

 

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