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JVM controller -CPU high usage when AUTO REMOVAL=CONSERVATIVE or AGGRESSIVE or MODERATE with combination of Loadbalance=RANDOM (Doc ID 2959767.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2023

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.2.1.4.0 version,

Problem:
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As per the value of AUTO REMOVAL=CONSERVATIVE or AGGRESSIVE or MODERATE with combination of Loadbalance=random

If all frmweb sessions are closed, the pool size would shrink to 2 (the Controller and 1 child).

But it doesn't happen, the child process is not getting killed once session are getting closed and due to this the JVM process is getting high utilization 100% and slowness in application.


Settings :
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JVM controller name = <jvm controller name>
Maximum sessions = 200
Log Dir = <log folder>
Logging = debug
JVM Options = -Xss2m -Xms512m -Xmx1024m
JVM Classpath = $ORACLE_HOME/jlib/zrclient.jar:$ORACLE_HOME/reports/jlib/rwrun.jar
JVM Load Balance = random
JVM Auto Removal = conservative

ERROR
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No errors

Steps to reproduce :

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1. Created JVM controller and in jvmcontroller.cfg, that max sessions is set to 4 and Autoremoval =conservative or moderate or aggressive
2. Simply set Max Sessions to 4 and launch 16 or more forms sessions (Run forms URL which calls reports).  
3. Then one at a time exit each form.  
4. When all are gone do you end up with 2 or more than two.  
5. After testing, more than two JVMs are still present and so issue reproduced.
 

Changes

 

Cause

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