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2 Server Event Log Entries

This chapter describes messages that may be returned by the TimesTen Server.

By default, TimesTen messages are stored in:

For details on managing messages and the locations of the user and support logs, see "Modifying informational messages" in the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Operations Guide.

List of log entries

Event ID Message Description
1
Unable to open TTServer 
key from registry
Windows platform only. TimesTen Server could not open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ TimesTen\TimesTen1122\TTServer key from registry. Your TimesTen installation may be corrupted. Contact customer support for assistance.
2
TimesTen Server is 
stopping
This message is informational only.
3
Socket send() failed. 
Error Message
This message is caused by the failure of the system call send. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
4
Server is exiting. Unable 
to create server context 
object (CSrvCtx)
An internal error occurred.Make a note of any information necessary to reproduce the error and then contact customer support for assistance.
5
Socket recv() failed. 
Error Message
This message is caused by the failure of the system call recv. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
6
Disconnecting client: 
Client Host Name 
(fully qualified domain name); 
IP Address: 
IP address of the client machine; 
Client PID: 
process ID of the client driver; 
DSN: Server DSN; 
UID: Login ID sent by client; 
Total connect time: 
ddd hh:mm:ss; 
Total execution time: 
ddd hh:mm:ss
This message is informational only. Could be used to match the connects and disconnects by TimesTen Client application to/from a TimesTen Server.
7
Unable to open the 
ODBC.INI data sources 
root
Windows platform only. TimesTen Server could not open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE \ODBC\ODBC.INI\ODBC Data Sources key from registry. Contact customer support for assistance.
8
Unable to read (numeric) 
port number from registry; 
using default port
Windows platform only. TimesTen Server could not read HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE \TimesTen\TimesTen1122\Servers\logical_server\TCP_Port from registry. Make sure that you did not modify registry entries manually.
9
Server is exiting. Could 
not cd to path. OS 
reports error(error code): 
error message
This message is caused by the failure of the system call chdir. Make sure that you have installed TimesTen properly and the directory exists. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
10
Server is exiting. Could 
not connect to TimesTen 
daemon. Check to make sure 
that the TimesTen 
daemon/service is running
TimesTen Server communicates with TimesTen Data Manager daemon. Make sure that TimesTen Data Manager daemon/service is running.
11
Main Server cleaned up 
all child processes and 
exiting.
ServerProc thread of TimesTen Server accepts all connection requests from TimesTen Client. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
12
Server is exiting. Failed 
to create shared memory 
segment for IPC.
 error message
This message is caused by the failure to create a shared memory segment for IPC. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only for a connection that uses a shared memory segment as the IPC mechanism.
13
Server is exiting. Failed 
to attach to shared memory 
segment for IPC. 
error message
This message is caused by the failure to attach to a shared memory segment for IPC. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only for a connection that uses a shared memory segment as the IPC mechanism.
14
Server is exiting. Failed 
to create semaphore for 
IPC. error message
This message is caused by the failure of a semaphore creation. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only when TimesTen Server is configured to allow shared memory segment as IPC.
15
Client application 
terminated. Terminating 
corresponding TimesTen 
child server process
This message implies that the TimesTen Server has lost a TCP/IP socket connection to the TimesTen Client ODBC driver (and hence the application) before the application closed the ODBC connection properly. This can happen only if the client application (or the thread that had the ODBC connection) exited without closing the ODBC connection. This message is generated only for a connection that uses a shared memory segment as the IPC mechanism.
16
Connect succeeded from 
client: client host name
(fully qualified domain name); 
IP Address: IP address of 
the client machine; 
Client PID: 
process ID of the client driver; 
DSN: Server DSN; 
UID: Login ID sent by client
This message is informational only. Could be used to match the Connects and Disconnects by TimesTen Client application to/from a TimesTen Server.
17
Connect failed for 
client: client host name 
(fully qualified domain name); 
IP Address: IP address of 
the client machine; 
Client PID: 
process ID of the client driver; 
DSN: Server DSN; 
UID: Login ID sent by client; 
SQL State: SQL State;
Error: error message from TimesTen Data 
Manager driver
This error is generated if SQLDriverConnect fails. The runtime error returned by the driver may indicate the cause of the error. The corrective action depends on the runtime error. For details, refer to the Microsoft ODBC Programmer's Reference and SDK Guide that is included with the ODBC SDK.
18
Server is exiting. Failed 
to create REQUEST 
semaphore for IPC. Error 
Code = OS error code
TimesTen uses a pair of semaphores called REQUEST and RESPONSE to implement shared memory segment as IPC. This message is caused by the failure of a REQUEST semaphore creation. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only when TimesTen Server is configured to allow shared memory segment as IPC.
19
Server is exiting. Failed 
to create RESPONSE 
semaphore for IPC. Error 
Code = OS error code
TimesTen uses a pair of semaphores called REQUEST and RESPONSE to implement shared memory segment as IPC. This message is caused by the failure of a RESPONSE semaphore creation. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only when TimesTen Server is configured to allow shared memory segment as IPC.
20
Shared memory segment for 
IPC exhausted the 
configured maximum. File: 
source_file_name; line: 
line_number; size: 
requested_size
There is not enough space left in the configured shared memory segment for IPC. Please refer to "Managing the size of the shared memory segment" in the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Operations Guide to configure this properly. This message generated only for a connection that uses a shared memory segment as the IPC mechanism.
21
Server is exiting. Failed 
to open shared memory 
segment for IPS
This message is caused by the failure to create a shared memory segment for IPC. A log entry with EventId 99 just prior to this may contain additional information. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error. This message is generated only for a connection that uses a shared memory segment as the IPC mechanism.
25
Server is exiting. Socket 
initialization failed. 
Error Code: OS error code
Windows platforms only. Call to WSAStartup failed. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
26
Server is exiting. 
gethostname() failed. 
error message
On UNIX platforms the uname call failed.
27
Server is exiting. 
ttSetSockOptBool() failed. 
Error Code: OS error code
Failed to set a socket option of boolean type. Contact customer support for assistance.
32
Server is exiting. 
socket()  failed. Error 
Code: OS error code
This message is caused by the failure of the system call socket. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
33
Server is exiting. 
gethostbyname() failed. 
Error Code: OS error code
This message is sent if the system call gethostbyname fails. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
34
Server is exiting. bind() 
failed.  Error Code: 
OS error code
This message is caused by the failure of the system call bind. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
35
Server is exiting. 
listen() failed. Error 
Code: OS error code
This message is caused by a failure of the system call listen. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
36
Successful TimesTen 
Server startup Version: 
Server's Version number; 
Host: server host name 
(fully qualified domain name); 
IP Address: IP address of the 
server machine; 
port: port number, 
max connections: 
max connections 
allowed to the server
This message is informational only.
37
Client version 
client message 
protocol version 
number is not supported, 
the current server version 
is server message protocol 
version number. 
Contact TimesTen support 
for instructions on how to 
download new versions of 
TimesTen Client/Server.
There is a version mismatch between the TimesTen Client and TimesTen Server.
40
Server is exiting. Error 
Code: OS error code. A 
TimesTen Server is already 
active on this port.
An attempt was made to start the TimesTen Server on a machine where the same release of TimesTen Server is already running with the same port number. Each version of the TimesTen Server of the same release must have a unique port number.
50
accept() failed. Error 
Code: OS error code
This message is caused by the failure of the system call accept. Consult your system documentation to determine the cause of this error.
58
Error creating or mapping 
mapped file to communicate 
with separate server 
process. Error Code: 
OS error code
The event logged just prior to this one has further details, if any.
59
Error creating separate 
server process. Error 
Code: OS error code
Operating system error. Make a note of the system error number and then contact your system administrator.
60
Error creating waitpid 
thread.  Error Code: 
OS error code
Operating system error. Make a note of the system error number and then contact your system administrator.
61
Internal error in 
TimesTen Server. File: 
source_file_name Line: 
line_number Error Code: 
OS error code
Contact customer support for assistance.
62
Connection refused. 
Server is processing a 
configured maximum of 
number connections
This message means that the maximum number of clients are currently connected. For more information on the maximum supported number of concurrent client connections for a TimesTen database and instance, see "System limits and defaults" in the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Reference.
67
Failed to allocate 
memory. File: 
source_file_name; 
line: source_line_number; size: 
size of malloc that failed
Note that sometimes the size is logged as zero if for some reason TimesTen Server cannot determine it at the time of logging.
99
Log Message
Certain informational/error messages are logged with this event id.