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Running OID Oiddiag Report Hangs (Doc ID 1339259.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Running Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 10g or 11g oiddiag on unix host produces output for about 5 minutes then it hangs.

Eventually its process needs to be manually killed as it is not doing anything on the OID server side and the Database connection is not active either.

The screen output ends with the following lines, for example:

Executing command /usr/bin/pstack 16458 ....
Executing command /usr/bin/pstack 16458 ....
Executing command /bin/cat /proc/16458/maps ....
Executing command /bin/ls -l /proc/16458/fd ....
Executing command /usr/bin/pstack 16460 ....
Executing command /usr/bin/pstack 16460 ....

The oiddiag report generated quits abruptly while collecting for the module called Getting the average response time of an LDAP operation:


Tue May 31 10:46:14 CDT 2011
OIDDIAG Executing: [, Getting the average response time of an LDAP operation]
Tue May 31 10:46:14 CDT 2011
Diagnotics Information:

Beginning time stamp : 20110530192103z
End time stamp       : 20110531153434z

Inst#   Process ID      TimeStamp      Avg Op Resp(ms)        Host Name
=====   ==========   ===============   ===============        =========
 1       16462      20110530192103z        25            oidhost1
 1       16462      20110530202103z        25            oidhost1

...<etc, etc>....

 2       31447      20110530203434z        6            oidhost2
 2       31451      20110530203434z        6            oidhost2
 2       31453      20110530203434z        5            oidho



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