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OUD 12cPS4 Replication Initialization Is Potentially Stopped Or Too Slow (Doc ID 2731404.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 12.2.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.1.4.200526 version, Replication

OUD 12cPS4 Replication initialization is potentially stopped or too slow

Symptom-1:

After initial data load & during first time data replication initialization getting below errors in logs:

[15/Oct/2020:15:26:43 +0530] category=SYNC severity=NOTICE msgID=<MSG_ID> msg=Local directory server 7610 is starting online full update for exporting 7755097 entries from suffix dc=<COMPANY>,dc=<COM> to remote directory server 22433
[15/Oct/2020:16:44:05 +0530] category=SYNC severity=NOTICE msgID=<MSG_ID> msg=Replication Heartbeat Monitor for Connected Replica ldap://<OUD_HOSTNAME>:<NON_SSL_LDAP_PORT> 291,cn=Replication Server 8989 <OUD_HOSTNAME> 31758,cn=cn_admin data,cn=replication is closing the session because it could not detect a heartbeat
[15/Oct/2020:16:50:36 +0530] category=SYNC severity=NOTICE msgID=<MSG_ID> msg=Resending a new initialization start for an initialization of a remote server due to the root error : When initializing remote server(s), the initialized server with serverId=<SERVER_ID> is potentially stopped or too slow

Symptom-2:

 Replication initialization is getting stopped after 80% consistently when tried freshly

6193170 entries processed (79.86% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 49 minutes, 34 seconds.
6193711 entries processed (79.87% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 50 minutes, 33 seconds.
6194285 entries processed (79.87% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 51 minutes, 58 seconds.
6194799 entries processed (79.88% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 53 minutes, 35 seconds.
6195345 entries processed (79.89% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 56 minutes, 25 seconds.
6195925 entries processed (79.89% complete).
  > Time elapsed: 1 hours, 4 minutes, 54 seconds.


Cause

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