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Active Trace Sections Always Revert To Saved Values On Other Node Of Cluster (Doc ID 1383008.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 15, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version: 11.1.1.5.0 and later   [Release: 11g and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Once a set of active trace sections have been saved, any time you update the active trace sections on one node of a cluster the active trace sections on the other node will be set back to the saved active trace sections.

Changes

Only changes made to active trace sections on one node of cluster.

Steps to reproduce :

1. Go to the System Audit Information page on either node of the cluster
2. Select a set of trace sections for the active sessions (system, requestaudit)
3. Select the Save checkbox and click the Update button.
4. Go to the System Audit Information page on node1.
5. Select a new trace section (alerts) for the Active Sections and click the Update button.
6. Go to the System Audit Information page on node2.
7. Select a new trace section (applets) for the Active Sections and click the Update button.

8. View the System Audit Information page on node1 and see that the Active Sections has been set back to the saved sections from #2.
9. On node 1, select a new trace section (alerts) for the Active Sections and click the Update button.
10. View the System Audit Information page on node2 and see that the Active Sections has been set back to the saved sections from #2.


Cause

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