Firstly I suppose you are using TGV Multinet TCP/IP and it has been successfully installed, right?
Could you please show me the EVL log related with this error?
And if you want, you can send me your init file so that I can check if anything is ok. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I believe i found the problem.
I'm missing a module when relinking.
%ILINK-W-NOSUCHMOD, module QIO_TCPIP_TGV not found
in library DISK$DMQ_USER_DSK:[DMQ$V50.LIB]CLS.OLB;2
%ILINK-W-NUDFSYMS, 1 undefined symbol:
%ILINK-W-USEUNDEF, undefined symbol QIO_TCPIP_INITIALIZE referenced
offset: %X0000000000000130 slot: 0
anyone know how I can get a copy of the obj??
ELXBT2:SYSTEM> lib/lis elxprf::disk$dmq_user_dsk:[DMQ$V50.LIB]CLS.OLB.1
Directory of ELF OBJECT library ELXPRF::DISK$DMQ_USER_DSK:[DMQ$V50.LIB]CLS.OLB;1 on 19-JUL-2010 12:54:12
Creation date: 17-MAY-2006 06:28:52 Creator: Librarian I01-33
Revision date: 17-MAY-2006 06:28:52 Library format: 6.0
Number of modules: 17 Max. key length: 1024
Other entries: 227 Preallocated index blocks: 95
Recoverable deleted blocks: 0 Total index blocks used: 24
Max. Number history records: 20 Library history records: 0
the module QIO_TCPIP_TGV is missing from this library.
when I link this on a HP TCPIP services system, it being the cls process for endpoint 7092 correctly creates the port ,,,, works fine.
Edited by: 782568 on Jul 19, 2010 2:33 PM
Yes, Seems the QIO_TCPIP_TGV module is missed in the current package. Could you please ask your Oracle support engineering to file a bug to me?
If any question else, please feel free to let me know.