The error message that we were seeing was the follows
""encountered a problem with the Secret Store. Check the wallet location for the presence of an open wallet (cwallet.sso) and ensure that this wallet contains the correct credentials using the mkstore utility: java.io.IOException: PKI-02002: Unable to open the wallet. Check password."
At this point this has been identified as a bug in the JDBC Driver 126.96.36.199 where the current Wallet file reading mechanism was not thread safe.
The issue may happen when the temporary files get corrupted.Try the below action plan and let us know if it helps..Clean up the old temporary files, as follows:
- Delete the tmp folder under your Admin server. e.g., AdminServer/tmp. This will be re-generated after the server reboot.
- Ensure that the new tmp directory has the correct permissions so that it can be read and written to by all users. For example, run this command on Linux:
chmod -R 777 /tmpThis sets permissions for tmp to 777 which means full permissions for the tmp folder.