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After Forms Upgrade to 11g, Users Logging into ODSM and Server Runs Out of Swap Space Causing the Applications to Crash. ODSM Log Error: weblogic.utils.NestedRuntimeException: Cannot parse POST parameters of request: '/odsm/faces/odsm.jspx' (Doc ID 2099786.1)

Last updated on JUNE 20, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 11.1.1 and later
Oracle Forms - Version 11.1.1.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 11g integrated with Forms Server running on the same node on a different Oracle Home.

After upgrading Forms from 10g to 11g, when users are logging in to Oracle Directory Services Manager (ODSM) to change password, the server is running out of swap space and causing the applications to crash.

There are hundreds of oracle Forms processes taking up swap space.

wls_ods1.log00001 shows:

#### <wls_ods1> <> <> <[ServletContext@467701093[app:odsm module:/odsm path:/odsm spec-version:2.5 version:11.1.1.2.0]] Servlet failed with IOException
weblogic.utils.NestedRuntimeException: Cannot parse POST parameters of request: '/odsm/faces/odsm.jspx'
.....
Caused By: java.net.ProtocolException: EOF after reading only: '0' of: '341' promised bytes, out of which at least: '0' were already buffered
......
#### <wls_ods1> <> <> <[ServletContext@467701093[app:odsm module:/odsm path:/odsm spec-version:2.5 version:11.1.1.2.0]] Servlet failed with Exception
java.util.ConcurrentModificationException

This error is similar to ODSM unpublished Bug 17191718 however its Patch 17191718 is already applied.

Cause

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