TDP2307 "xpname" IS FOR LOGICAL-HOST X'xxxx' (nnnnn), BUT TDP IS USING X'xxxx' (nnnnn)
When starting the displayed CP or NP, the Teradata Database indicated that it was associated with the Logical-host id. However, the previously started CP's and NP's indicated that Logical-host id being used by TDP was different. Both Logical-host ids are displayed in hexadecimal, as associated with a CP, and in decimal, as would be set using the CONFIG command.
If START processing has not yet completed, the START will fail, otherwise, the CP or NP enters the PERM ERR state and will not be used further. Any requests that are active on it will be failed and the associated sessions will be logged off. Sessions without active requests or with requests active on other CP's or NP's are unaffected.
Subsequent use of the CP or NP may be attempted by first issuing the appropriate TDP STOP CPxxxx or STOP NPxxxx command (necessary only if it is in the PERM ERR state), then the appropriate TDP START CPxxxx or START NPxxxx command. Contact Customer Support personnel and provid the text of the TDP2307 message.