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    In July, current year, we installed an OpenAM (13) environment, with four instances (11, 12, 21 & 22) hosted in two servers (1x , 2x), during installation, we install all instance against the first “clean” installation. When the 13.5 version was released updated it.
    After two weeks, two openDJ instances, presents errors in Sync Logs, and OpenAM instances hasn’t all changes created (I.E. Agents new config). the error is like:

    [10/oct/2016:00:06:47 +0200] category=SYNC severity=ERROR msgID=67 msg=Could not replay operation ModifyOperation(connID=-1, opID=1354325, dn=coreTokenId=6783993351918930168,ou=famrecords,ou=openam-session,ou=tokens,dc=mydomain,dc=es) with ChangeNumber 00000157ab7bea7b1de500029d1d error Other (JE 5.0.104) Environment must be closed, caused by: Environment invalid because of previous exception: (JE 5.0.104) /home/myUser/openam/srv22/opends/db/userRoot Location 0x6a/0x50bc638 expected 1058299500 got 1915122398 LOG_CHECKSUM: Checksum invalid on read, log is likely invalid. Environment is invalid and must be closed.

    We tried Resync all instances, re-intialized the instances affected, but the problem happened again. Then, we tried to reinstall the OpenAM instances, renaming configuration folder and reinstalling against the first instance.

    This problem is repeating in another instances, and now we have an instance “down”.

    This type of errors have not been occurred previously. These servers were migrated from OpenAM 11 and OpenDJ 2.6 to OpenAM 13 with OpenDJ 3.5.

    Anybody known some issue that can help us.

     Peter Major

    You should create a support ticket on

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