Some Pages Return HTTP-404 Error Page After Restarting WebCenter Portal Managed Server
(Doc ID 1438815.1)
Last updated on JULY 07, 2020
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
After a restart the Custom Managed Server running WebCenter Portal Applications, HTTP-404 errors are randomly seen.
- This is in a 3 node cluster installation with a Custom SSO Authentication plugin is installed in the WebLogic Server cluster.
- The WebCenter Portal is behind this Custom SSO authentication Plugin and delegates through the ADF authentication layer the authentication to it.
- The load test works fine on the test system but this system has a restriction to 40 users.
- The load test doesn't work on production system with 60 and more users, There are a lot of threads hangings and the http session replication is not working.
The following errors reported in the managed server log file:
<BEA-000117> <Received a stale replication request for object -<OBJECT_ID>.
Followed by warnings:
<Warning> <HTTP Session> <www.oracle.com> <[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '4' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'> <> <> <> <ID> <BEA-100094> <The session id: <SESSION_ID> has been accessed from WSC:WSC_portal_manager1, a server that is not the primary (....0:). The request URL was: https://<HOSTNAME>:443/test/test/blank.html>
Many sessions do not have the replica set in the session information:
Tue Feb 28 11:19:56 2012 <SESSION_ID> primaryJVMID: [<JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
Tue Feb 28 11:19:58 2012 <SESSION_ID> primaryJVMID: [<JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
Tue Feb 28 11:20:01 2012 <SESSION_ID> primaryJVMID: [JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
Tue Feb 28 11:20:04 2012 <SESSION_ID>> primaryJVMID: [JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
Tue Feb 28 11:20:10 2012 <SESSION_ID> primaryJVMID: [JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
Tue Feb 28 11:20:16 2012 <SESSION_ID> primaryJVMID: [JVMID>], secondaryJVMID: [NONE]
- The configuration in place has policy store in the file system.
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