E1: KER: Multi-threaded Kernels - Call Object Kernel Thread Pool Setting Message
Last updated on MAY 30, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
There are 5 Enterprise Servers and 5 HTML/JAS Servers, all running EnterpriseOne 8.11 SP1 TR 8.96_C1. Each HTML/JAS Server is assigned an Enterprise Server for load balancing users across the system. If a user logs onto HTML Server 3, this server uses serv-app3 for its Enterprise Server for all tasks (UBE, BSFN etc). In the Hosts file, the HTML/JAS Server is pointing to the serv-app3 IP address referencing the name JDE. So if the IP (serv-app3) is unavailable, it automatically redirects serv-web3 to serv-app4. This seems to work fine. However on some of the Application Servers, the following errors appear in the JDE.LOG:
process 9336 <jdenet_k> registered in entry 111
9336/9252 MAIN_THREAD Mon Dec 18 16:38:27.630001 Netcfg.c266
Starting Kernel of Type:CALL OBJECT KERNEL
9336/9252 MAIN_THREAD Mon Dec 18 16:38:28.630002 XMLRequest.cpp1256
ICU0000017 - ICU CodePage for 1252 is ibm-1252.
9336/9252 SYS:Dispatch Mon Dec 18 16:38:28.646000 Jdekdisp.c1840
INITIALIZING CALL OBJECT KERNEL
9336/9252 SYS:Dispatch Mon Dec 18 16:38:29.036000 Jdekdisp.c1917
KNT0000888 - Call Object Kernel Thread Pool in multi-threaded mode.
9336/9252 SYS:Dispatch Mon Dec 18 16:38:29.036001 Jdekdisp.c1924
KNT0000999 - Call Object Kernel Thread Pool Setting: size 20, increment 5
This seems to happen every few minutes to an hour. What happens is that more and more jdenet_k processes start in Windows Server SP2 until the machine runs out of memory and virtual memory and the system either crashes or becomes unresponsive. If the server is rebooted, it works for a day or two then the issue happens again.
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