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Server Request Broker is not starting automatically (Doc ID 504443.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 02, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel System Software - Version 7.8 [19021] and later
z*OBSOLETE: Microsoft Windows 2000
Product Release: V7 (Professional)
Version: 7.8.2 [19213]
Database: Oracle 10.1.0.4
Application Server OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP 3
Database Server OS: Sun Solaris 8

This document was previously published as Siebel SR 38-3250056441.


Symptoms

"Server Request Broker" is not starting automatically when the Siebel services are stopped and re-started. Below symptoms noted:

1) When I navigate to Administration - Server Management, the "Server Request Broker" Component is simply not started and I have to manually start it.
2) There is no "SRBroker_nnnn.log" file
3) The Server Request Broker is configured with the "General Events" Event Log Level value is 5.
4) Some of the other Component log files are as follows:
-  Enterprise log shows:
ServerLog    LstnObjCreate    1    0    2007-01-10 15:16:52    Created port 49174 for Server Request Broker

- CommInboundRcvr log shows:


GenericLog    GenericError    1    0    2007-01-10 15:18:00    (scbconn.cpp (152) err=2003005 sys=126) SBL-SVR-03005: No server connect string for Siebel Component SRBroker in Siebel Enterprise XXXX, Siebel Server YYYY

- Mail Mgr log

GenericLog    GenericError    1    0    2007-01-10 15:27:53    (scbconn.cpp (152) err=2003005 sys=126) SBL-SVR-03005: No server connect string for Siebel Component SRBroker in Siebel Enterprise XXXX, Siebel Server YYYY

 

How can I get SRBroker to start consistently?

 

Cause

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