Note for Troubleshooting Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Production Systems in a Cluster
(Doc ID 1070885.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2023
Oracle Service Bus - Version 2.0 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Production systems for Oracle Service Bus (OSB) / AquaLogic Service Bus (ALSB) are usually clustered in order to ensure load balancing and high availability. A cluster adds additional complexity to a domain setup that can cause problems related to configuration issues. One of the most important configurations in a cluster is, to make sure that all managed servers have a valid listen address defined. Additionally, the OSB cluster should have a valid cluster address defined as well. If these configurations are not correct, all kinds of different issues can happen. For information around this topic, please check Setting up WebLogic Clusters in our documentation.
Adding an additional managed server to an existing OSB cluster often creates problems because of incorrect or missing configuration of the new managed server. The first part of this note lists documents that will help to avoid those issues and help to resolve them.
This note lists information for OSB/ALSB transports and adapters and possible issues that can happen in a cluster. The notes linked in those sections help to understand and fix these problems.
A cluster also needs to be considered if test console as well as the OSB administration console (sbconsole) is used. The next section has information on those topics.
In a clustered environment, several managed servers are available which influence the usage of URLs in WSDLs. Please find information on this topic in the next section.
Interoperability topics with other products like WebLogic Server, Oracle Enterprise Repository, BPEL, OBPM and MQ Series/WebSphere is listed in the next section.
The last section lists links to related documentation that gives background information in order to understand cluster deployments and high availability aspects. It has links to best practices guides as well as a troubleshooting guide for common cluster related issues.
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