|Oracle® TimesTen In-Memory Database Troubleshooting Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2.2)
This section summarizes the new features and functionality of Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Release 11.2.2 that are documented in this guide, providing links into the guide for more information.
There is a new user error log message designation
RECOVERY, for messages that report on TimesTen automatic recovery status. This is not a category that you can control through the
ttDaemonLog utility; the messages cannot be disabled.
If you are having trouble with user-defined parallel replication, see "Problems with parallel replication".
If you try to change the state of a replication receiver when replication has been configured to use a secondary IP address, a misconfiguration of the
/etc/hosts file may cause
ttRepAdmin to print an error. See "Problems when changing the state of a replication receiver" for more information.
If you provide an incorrect host name for a subscriber or have made an error entering the subscriber database name or host name in the replication scheme, you may see an error. See "Wrong database or host name" for more information.
Additional information was added about possible causes for a loss in AWT performance. For more details, see "AWT performance monitoring".
The error log messages for the cache agent daemon were modified as follows:
ORA component was often misunderstood to be the Oracle Database standard for Oracle Database messages. Now, the TimesTen
ORA component is renamed to
CACHE, and messages from the cache agent daemon have the designation
Previously, the TimesTen error message was printed, but the message number was not identified. Now, the message number is included in all messages, so that the user can reference the error message guide for further details.
For an example of these changes, see "Understanding messages about autorefresh in the support log".