Error Appears In Gateway Log Caused From Tcp Probes
(Doc ID 1572265.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2021
Applies to:Oracle API Gateway - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The Gateway's trace file shows log entries like this:
DEBUG 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.528 [40f5a940] new connection 0x2aaab5b99c80, settings source incoming interface (allow 1.1=yes, idleTimeout=60000, activeTimeout=60000, contentLength: req=no, res=no)
DEBUG 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.528 [40f5a940] push SSL protocol on to connection
DATA 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.528 [40f5a940] [SSL_accept, 0x6000] before/accept initialization.
ERROR 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.528 [40f5a940] error handling connection: peer disconnected unexpectedly
DEBUG 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.820 [424f6940] incoming call on interface *:9090 from <IP ADD>58771
DEBUG 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.820 [424f6940] new connection 0x193906e0, settings source incoming interface (allow 1.1=yes, idleTimeout=60000, activeTimeout=60000, contentLength: req=no, res=no)
DEBUG 18/Jul/2013:17:29:46.820 [424f6940] remote disconnected before start of request received
What causes these messages? Do they indicate a problem?
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