Pinned topic Recv-Q on connection will increase in size and never empy.
f1000e00107153b8 tcp4 9260 0 10.49.170.88.55329 10.49.170.88.1546 ESTABLISHED
f1000e00253c33b8 tcp4 7320 0 10.49.170.88.55336 10.49.170.88.1546 ESTABLISHED
f1000e000c6babb8 tcp 4060 0 10.49.170.88.58437 10.49.170.88.1546 CLOSE_WAIT
My understanding of how the connections work is; they establish, connect, xreasfer the data , disconnect, start over.
Same behaviour on the dadtbase server but in additional it add in the us of localhost connections.
T also can see the databasse port sentreciev-q and it was empties.
So my question is; what could cause these ports to remain open and grow data while the send from the database is empty.
All server have AIX 6100-07-04-1216 partitioned on P770s. Any help with this would be great. Thanks,Mark
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK134 Posts
Re: Recv-Q on connection will increase in size and never empy.2013-03-20T06:09:56ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi
We have the same problem
From IBM, the issue is to upgraded to 61TL08SP2
Because the bug is also in 61TL7SP6 (with an emergency APAR) ans this version has lot of problem ( site ibm ) with freed socket which crash the server !!!!
Problems with Java and most requests to Oracle
No problem with oldest version 5.3 or 61TL06
GarlandJoseph 2700060BSP7 Posts
Re: Recv-Q on connection will increase in size and never empy.2013-07-15T22:49:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
You shows tcp connections so it won't close until until the application specifically closes it. When you see a send or receive queue growing it means there is a problem on one side of the connections. it helps to track the state of the connection on both sides. So what port and what application, what are the ip addresses for each end. tcpdump also helps for issues like this to determine if the handshake is proper. in this case it also looks like it's the same system using it's lan address back to itself