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Business Service (https) Unable To Load Balance If One Or More Proxy Servers Are Down (Doc ID 2294291.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Service Bus - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


OSB Business Service (https) is unable to load balance if one or more Proxy Servers are down or invalid.

We have configured to use ProxyServer in our Business Service (https) to connect to endpoint.

Our Proxy Server contains 3 IP's.Out of 2 only 1 is up and the other went down.

As per definition in document :

Section : 35.7.4 Using Proxy Servers

"Adding multiple proxy servers to a resource enables Oracle Service Bus to perform load balancing and offer fault tolerance among the configured proxy servers.
If a particular proxy server is not reachable, Oracle Service Bus attempts to use the next proxy server in the configuration.
 If all proxy servers are unreachable, Oracle Service Bus tries to connect to the back end service directly.
 If that too fails, a fault is raised and sent back to the caller."

At the first attempt if the first proxy server is invalid or down, its taking OSB 3 mins to figure this out and try next proxy server and it is successful.

But since the first attempt is taking 3 mins, users are missing SLAs on the requests.


#### <etsosb_server01> <[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '2' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'> <> <> now. Connection timed out
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1. Added 2 IP's to Proxy Server. 1 Valid IP, 1 Invalid IP.
2. Create a Business Service to include this Proxy Server and use https endpoint.
2. Send Request to OSB Proxy service which calls BusinessService through Proxy Server.
3. Verify from Logs request landed on IP which is Invalid or Down
getting below error message:
4. IN business service -> Configuration Details -> Protocol : http -> Load Balancing Algorithm we are using Round-Robin -> Retry Application Errors Yes and -> Retry Count 0




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