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Could it be that there is some firewall or similar preventing a connection to port 53396 on the machine 'admin1'?
there are no firewall rules
Please check the TimesTen daemon logs (ttmesg.log and tterrors.log) on both machines from the time you attempted the duplicate and post the complete text of any error or warning messages.
thanks very much!
the problem has been solved!
the details as follows:
Before I create this replication scheme, I have created a bidirectional replication scheme between the machine "admin1" and "timesten1". However, when I create this one, I only drop the replication scheme on "admin1" and this problem(TT12038）arised.
I don't know why, but when I drop the replication on "timesten1", the problem solved!
Edited by: 943039 on 2012-7-2 上午2:58
Edited by: 943039 on 2012-7-2 上午2:59
I think what you indicate is that you had 2 replication schemes in existence, and the problem was resolved when you deleted the old replication scheme?
Its probably not expected that there be multiple replication schemes between the same pair. I think if you intentionally want that in the future (sounds like you didn't want it here) that you should define a different replication port for each different replication scheme.