Too Many "ABANDON" Connections on OVD 11g access.log (Doc ID 2240952.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Virtual Directory - Version 11.1.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Too many "abandon" connections in Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) 11g.

Experiencing a lot of "dropped connections" on OVD instances / components and the service is degraded for all users.

OVD access.log shows, for example:

[2017-02-27T10:26:19.708+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310110] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000Ldyr9Em9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LH8v,0] conn=39,087,974 op=2 ABANDON
[2017-02-27T10:26:19.708+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [OVD-20070] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310110] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000Ldyr9Em9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LH8v,0] conn=39,087,974 op=4 UNBIND
[2017-02-27T10:26:19.708+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [OVD-20071] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310110] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000Ldyr9Em9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LH8v,0] conn=39,087,974 op=4 fd=0 closed - U1
[2017-02-27T10:26:19.750+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310388] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000LdysHAW9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LJ5R,0] conn=39,087,858 op=2 ABANDON
[2017-02-27T10:26:19.750+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [OVD-20070] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310388] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000LdysHAW9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LJ5R,0] conn=39,087,858 op=4 UNBIND
[2017-02-27T10:26:19.750+01:00] [octetstring] [NOTIFICATION] [OVD-20071] [com.octetstring.accesslog] [host: myovdhost.mycompany.com] [nwaddr: <IP Address>] [tid: 1310388] [userId: oracle] [ecid: 0000LdysHAW9xWN5yJP5iW1NEH2G19LJ5R,0] conn=39,087,858 op=4 fd=0 closed - U1


Some instances may still be working, while others are not.

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