E1: XMLP: XML Publisher Kernel's Memory Consumption Increases Continuously Causing Performance Issue or Failure of Report Definition Jobs ( 8.98)

(Doc ID 2148497.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.97 and Prior and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On JDE Tools Release 8.98 or prior releases, Report definition jobs experience performance issues or fail completely during XML Publishing with Job status FX or FS in P98630 . This issue is observed only after a certain period of time has passed since JDE  service restart on enterprise server . Server Manager will show XML Publisher kernel memory consumption is extremely high . Memory consumption can even cross a limit so as to affect other processes running on server . However, this behavior is only observed when very large report definition jobs , which require large amount of memory , are executed frequently . For example frequent submission of jobs that involves large number of bursted outputs. The memory consumption of XMLP kernel does not reduce over period of time even if no jobs are executed for a while . Instead, it keeps increasing up to a point where Kernels are required to be stopped by stopping the JDE services.
Once Services are restarted , the system returns to normal and all report definition jobs start completing successfully with improved performance which degrades again gradually.


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