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Web Cache Error Codes List (Doc ID 335565.1)

Last updated on JULY 23, 2018

Applies to:

Web Cache - Version 10.1.2.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This note contains a complete list of all Web Cache error codes. These error codes are usually logged in the file $ORACLE_HOME/webcache/logs/event_log.

The messages are grouped to describe errors of a particular part of web cache. For example, messages no. Range from11200-11299 are related to web cache's working with origin servers.

Messages with actions "contact oracle support" generally require debugging. You may need to contact web cache developers to examine the code. Please file a bug if necessary.

Scope

 

 9000  - 9999 

main

Initialization, etc.

10000 - 11049 

??       

Need to be cleaned up... 

11050 - 11099 

backend

Backend State machine (Former Origin Server Module)

11100 - 11199 

cache

Cache module

11200 - 11299

os

OSR, LBFO module

11300 - 11399

frontend

Main HTTP request engine

11400 - 11499 

population 

Population module  

11500 - 11599 

statistics   

Statistics module  

11600 - 11699 

heuristics 

Heuristics module

11700 - 11799 

invalidation

Invalidation module  

11800 - 11899 

admin    

Calypso admin server

11900 - 11949 

security   

Security related functions (Authentication, etc.)  

11950 - 12099   

esi        

ESI

12100 - 12199 

memmgr  

Memory Manager

12200 - 12299 

cluster  

Cluster events  

12400 - 12499 

http       

HTTP Repuest/Response structure

12600 - 12699 

fiber      

Fiber engine

12700 - 12799   

chronos  

End User Performance Monitoring  

13000 - 13199   

config   

XML configuration

13200 - 13299 

logging   

Access/Event log

13300 - 13399 

io         

IO  

13400 - 13499 

webcachetag

PPC

13500 - 13599   

WTI

(Web Transaction Integrity)

13600 - 13699   

diagnostics 

Diagnostics

13700 - 13799 

compression 

Backend and frontend compression  

14000 - 14999

backend

Extended Backend Module Error Msgs

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