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Several / Many / Multiple OID 11g Replication Server (oidrepld) Processes Continue to Run, Even After Replication Server is Shutdown (Doc ID 2221418.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 11g with newly configured replication setup.

Multiple / Several replication processes keep running after setting up replication, for example:

oracle   xxxxx     1  4 18:50 ?        00:00:18 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld  -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  4 18:50 ?        00:00:20 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  4 18:50 ?        00:00:18 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  4 18:50 ?        00:00:17 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  3 18:50 ?        00:00:15 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
...<etc>...

$ ps -ef | grep oidr | wc -l
89


Shutting down replication server processes does not stop the multiple oidrepld processes:


$ oidctl connect=oiddb server=oidrepld instance=1 name=asinst_1 componentname=oid1R flags="-h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>" stop
NLS_LANG not set in environment
Setting NLS_LANG to AMERICAN_AMERICA.AL32UTF8
oidctl:oidmon is up and running on <OID_HOSTNAME>
oidctl:Stopped OIDREPLD (instance=1) successfully

$ oidctl connect=oiddb server=oidrepld instance=1 name=asinst_1 componentname=oid1r flags="-h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>" stop
NLS_LANG not set in environment
Setting NLS_LANG to AMERICAN_AMERICA.AL32UTF8
oidctl:oidmon is up and running on <OID_HOSTNAME>
oidctl:Stopped OIDREPLD (instance=1) successfully

Still processes continue to run:

$ ps -ef | grep oidr
oracle   xxxxx    1  7 20:24 ?        00:00:15 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  8 20:24 ?        00:00:15 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  7 20:24 ?        00:00:14 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  7 20:24 ?        00:00:13 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>  -inst  1
oracle   xxxxx     1  6 20:25 ?        00:00:10 <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oidrepld -h <OID_HOSTNAME> -p <OID_PORT>-inst  1
...<etc>...

 

Cause

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