java.io.IOException: Reference to server no longer exists. Possible reasons for failure include having servers with duplicate names running on a cluster. Please check your configuratio n for this error.

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.io.IOException

      Reference to server no longer exists. Possible reasons for failure include having servers with duplicate names running on a cluster. Please check your configuratio n for this error.

      at weblogic.rmi.cluster.ServerInfoManager.updateServerInfo()
    2. weblogic.rmi.cluster
      ServerInfoManager.updateServerInfo
      1. weblogic.rmi.cluster.ServerInfoManager.updateServerInfo(Lweblogic.rmi.cluster.ServerInfo)
      1 frame