Instead of using the PSADMIN commands to check tuxedo status using tmadmin
with the -r switch (which invokes tmadmin in read only mode) and pipe the
status commands pq, psr, or psc in as keyboard input. Remember to quit when
you are finished.
tmadmin -r <<! 2>/dev/null
I would also suggest logging a bug with Oracle support. Psadmin should be
invoking tmadin with -r for these status monitoring options.
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Sent: 18 March 2013 14:46
Subject: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Re: TUXLOG error LIBTUX_CAT:577
There could be a possible reason that the same script which ran for the last
time, at that time it would have taken a process id (pid), which might be
You might need to look for ways to kill that pid once this script is
I'm not a techy Unix scripting guy, but I do know that there is a command
which needs to be appended at the end of the script which would let the pid
closed or stopped or killed once the intended work is completed.
Keep us posted....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tim Cornwell <tdcornwell@...> wrote:
> I recently spent a few hours tracking down the cause of a tuxedo error
> message in my TUXLOG. file:
> The issue turns out to be monitoring cron tasks that regularly run
> "psadmin -c sstatus -d domain" type commands and capture and record the
> The problem I have is that quite often, when these scripts run against
> (8.49) appserver they generate a TUXLOG error:
> 18567.4153362112.-2: LIBTUX_CAT:577: ERROR:
> Unable to register because the slot is already owned by another
> process ..."
> Sometimes I get 4-5 of these in 5 minutes as the monitor task runs
> once per minute.
> What is the cause, and can I prevent it.
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