AIA + PIP On RDBMS 184.108.40.206 Generating Excessive Database and CPU Load
(Doc ID 1177645.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
Applies to:Oracle ESB - Version 10.1.3.4 and later
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AIA FP 2.5 with O2C2 and DTR PIPs on Oracle Database Server 220.127.116.11 generat excessive database and CPU load.
Using an AWR report you determine that the top 5 offending SQL statements are the same statement executing in different operating system processes. The 5 processes continuously toggle between ACTIVE and INACTIVE.
The SQL statement is the following:
select * from ESB_group_status where destination_system_guid='345F1FC1250F11DE8F6A458EE886031C' and error=0 and lockConId='NONE' and (service_guid, group_id) in (select service_guid, group_id from esb_message_map where status=0) order by lockTime for update
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