12.2 E-Business Suite Upgrade Via Rapidwiz Fails With Error "Fatal Error: TXK Install Service oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.ProcessStateException: FileSys OS COMMAND Failed" On Solaris Sparc 64-bit (11.2)

(Doc ID 2156084.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Applications DBA - Version 12.2.5 and later
Oracle Applications Manager - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

E-Business Suite 12.2 Applications Manager, Applications Installation issues

E-Business Suite 12.2 Applications DBA, Upgrade related issues

 

 

 


Rapidwiz fail with "Fatal Error: TXK Install Service" on Solaris Sparc 64-bit (11.2).

The error occurs after an EBS 12.1.3 to 12.2.5 upgrade on Solaris 10 and database on Solaris 11. 

After testing the upgrade a few times everything worked fine.

On the Prod EBS apps server on SuperCluster and Solaris 10 with the whole root zone running on Solaris 11 global, errors occurred during prod upgrade which were not seen on dev/test requiring a roll back.

The test server is on Solaris 11.2 with all OS requirements per <Note 1330702.1>, and both the database and application are running on the same server.

With Database 12.1.0.2 upgrading using existing Oracle database, the below error occurs when running rapidwiz:

Executing command: /Stage122/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Solaris/1.6.0/bin/java -cp /fs/inst/apps/temp/ASInstallHome/fnd/../j11067592_fnd.zip:/fs/inst/apps/temp/ASInstallHome/fnd/java/3rdparty/stdalone/xmlparserv2.zip -Doracle.apps.fnd.txk.env_home=/fs/EBSapps/appl/admin/ -Doracle.apps.fnd.txk.runtime.config=/fs/inst/apps/temp/xmldocs/instToolPatches.xml oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.InstallService

Fatal Error: TXK Install Service

oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.ProcessStateException: FileSys OS COMMAND Failed : Exit=1 See log for details. CMD= sh /fs/inst/apps/temp/patches/10152652/10152652/patch.sh ## Node=NodeId=1273 Type=24 TypeName=filesys_patch_action Name= RefId=49 State=init ConfigDoc=APPSHOME ParentDoc=null Topology=R12 Action=os_cmd

  at oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.FileSysPatchActionNode.doFileSysOSCmd(FileSysPatchActionNode.java:169)

  at oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.FileSysPatchActionNode.processState(FileSysPatchActionNode.java:101)

  at oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.PatchActionNode.processState(PatchActionNode.java:187)

  at oracle.apps.fnd.txk.config.PatchNode.processState(PatchNode.java:338)
 

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