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OID Shuts Down With oidmon.log Error "Time Difference of atleast 250 sec found" (Doc ID 568027.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


When this occurs, messages similar to the following may appear in oidldapd.log:

2011/05/03:11:13:48 * Main:0 * Oid Server Connected to DB store via connect string.
2011/05/03:11:13:48 * Main:0 * OiD LDAP server started.
2011/05/03:11:13:48 * MainController:0 * Creating shared memory segment size 89788
2011/05/03:11:13:48 * DispatcherController:0 * Thread Started
2011/05/03:11:13:49 * DispatcherController:0 * Starting OIDLDAP Server,PID=6776
2011/05/03:11:13:49 * DispatcherListener:2 * Thread Started
2011/05/03:11:13:49 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * Thread Started
2011/05/03:11:13:50 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * sgsluscpPollPort: Recvd connect from server process 6776
2011/05/03:11:13:50 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * sgsluscHsHandShake : Sending Conn ACK to server process 6776
2011/05/03:11:13:51 * DispatcherListener:2 * Listening on Non SSL port = 389 and SSL port = 636
2011/05/03:11:19:49 * DispatcherListener:2 * WARNING : DispatcherListener : Shutting down
2011/05/03:11:19:49 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * sgsluscSendPort: sendmsg failed, OS ERROR = 32
2011/05/03:11:19:49 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * send port for server PID : 6776 failed
2011/05/03:11:19:49 * ProcessDispatcher:1 * WARNING : Shutting down
2011/05/03:11:19:49 * DispatcherController:0 * Sent SIGTERM to process id = 6776
2011/05/03:11:19:54 * DispatcherController:0 * sgslupsCheckProcess: sigsend to pid 6776 failed, os error = 3
2011/05/03:11:19:54 * DispatcherController:0 * WARNING : DispatcherController : OiD LDAP server exiting with status -1
2011/05/03:11:20:49 * Main:0 * gslduudSetDBparams * DB parameter _hash_join_enabled is set to false
2011/05/03:11:20:49 * Main:0 *

If messages similar to the above are seen in oidldapd.log, check oidmon.log to see if this issue is occurring.

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