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HOWTO : Resolve TimesTen Error TT12038 When Configuring/Starting Replication (Doc ID 420004.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database - Version 5.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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Symptoms

-Replication between TimesTen datastores on 2 or more separate servers is not working.  

-TT12038 errors are reported in the TimesTen error "tterrors.log" after a replication schema has been created and the replication agent has been started. The errors appear similar to the following:

  11:05:12.23 Err : REP: 9856: TC1_TRANSACT1_701:transmitter.c(969): TT12038: Could not connect to TimesTen daemon on remote host

-The message may repeat itself about once every 2 minutes, until the replication agent issuing the error has been shutdown. .

-A "ttRepAdmin -showstatus" command may show one of the replication agents to be "still initializing."

-There are no errors reported in the replication configuration  itself, and the problem is seen only after an attempt has been made to start the replication agent.

-There is no network problem blocking communication between servers. A "ping" command between servers in the configuration works fine.

 

Cause

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