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How To Test / Check The OBIEE 11G Scheduler (nqscheduler) Executable On Linux / Unix Starts (Doc ID 1938868.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In some circumstances the OBIEE 11g Scheduler System Component (nqscheduler) may not start up via Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control or via the opmnctl command-line.  Additionally, the nqscheduler.log may not be getting generated or there may be no entries in the nqscheduler.log (or nothing significant) indicating a problem; therefore, you may need to start the executable manually to see if any message is logged in the console, check for a core dump (crash) or use further operating system diagnostic tools such as truss, dtrace, strace, etc.

Reference: Section 8.2.1, "Using Fusion Middleware Control to View Log Information, Error Messages, and Alerts"

The scope of this note is to explain how to start the executable manually for additional troubleshooting, the purpose is not to convey every conceivable method of troubleshooting or every root cause of startup failure.

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