What Does Message on Standby Database 'LSP0: [enq: TX - Index Contention] Name|mode=54580004' Mean?
(Doc ID 2412524.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 126.96.36.199 and later
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On Standby database, apply server raises 'enq: TX - index contention':
LSP0: apply server 9 blocked on server 7
LSP0: [enq: TX - index contention] name|mode=5480004, usn<LSP0: apply server 1 blocked on server 3
LSP0: [enq: TX - index contention] name|mode=5480004, usn<LSP0: apply server 3 blocked on server 6
LSP0: [buffer busy waits] file#=22, block#=2c32, class#=1
LSP0: apply server 5 blocked on server 3
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