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High CPU Usage By oidmon (60-99%) In A Clustered OID If Non-SSL Port Is disabled On One OID Component (orclsslenabled=1) And Then It Is Shut Down: Guardian: Failed to connect to OID host:<OID_HOSTNAME2> port:<SSL_PORT> ssl:0 (Doc ID 2521094.1)

Last updated on APRIL 03, 2020

Applies to:

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


In an OID two-server cluster, at least one OID component on each OID server (eg oid2,oid3) has been configured with orclsslenabled=1 (only SSL communication). 

As soon as one of those components is brought down through opmnctl, the oidmon process takes up to 99% of CPU time. This condition only gets resolved when OID is restarted on the affected server through opmnctl stopall/startall.


- Sample output of the top command:



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