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STCMS performance drops after producer throttling kicks in (Doc ID 1475589.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Java CAPS - Version 5.1.3 to 5.1.3 [Release 5.1]
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***Checked for relevance on 17-December-2013***


We have a common logging domain that all other domains feed. The primary service on this domain adds audit records form all other domains (fed by JMS) to a data base,  and at the time of the the incident when producer throttling was seen, this services was adding records to the DB at a very slow rate (about 1 every second or two) while the other domains were generating audit records for this domain at a much greater rate. As a result this common domains main queue  was constantly runnning with 100,000 records and wasn't accepting new records from the other domains.

we removed all .dbs and lock files from STCMS/Instance1 and restarted the domain until when the domain successfully started processing.

26-Jun-2012 19:51:05.037 stcms WARN 1 [MessageQueue.cpp:1797]: SetThrottlePublishers() : throttle publishers for queuename=qCLSERVICETransfer
26-Jun-2012 19:58:07.344 stcms WARN 1 [MessageQueue.cpp:1810]: SetThrottlePublishers() : unthrottle publishers for queuename=qCLSERVICETransfer


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