My Oracle Support Banner

Frequent Timeouts Occur in AAA-Gateway Pipeline Manager (Doc ID 1104813.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version to [Release 7.3.0]
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)


There are lots of timeouts happening in AAA-Gateway Manager Pipeline.

The flow of the event data record (EDR):

  1. The dispatcher pipeline receives the input.
  2. There iScripts are called in the ProcessPipeline:
        a. ISC_PopulateOpcodeAndUtilBlock_Diameter.isc
        b. ISC_GenericPreOpcode.isc
        c. ISC_GenericPostOpcode.isc
  3. INOutputPipeline Output Grammar is called and the response is sent back.

EDRs are getting timeout after ISC_GenericPostOpcode and INOutPipeline. There is no error from Opcode Call in the ProcessPipeline.

Here is the log from the iScripts, no error:

testDispatcherPipe.log:31.01.2010 20:49:12 <HOSTNAME> ifw IFW NORMAL [T:44] 00387 - (ifw.Pipelines.DispatcherPipeline.Input.InputModule.Module.Parser) SESSION ID = <SESSIONID>
testProcessPipe.log3:31.01.2010 20:49:12 <HOSTNAME> ifw IFW NORMAL [T:57] 00387 - (ifw.Pipelines.ProcessPipeline3.Functions.Standard.FunctionPool.PopulateOpcodeAndUtilBlock.Module.Scripts.PreOpcode) Populate Script <SESSIONID>
testProcessPipe.log3:31.01.2010 20:49:12 <HOSTNAME> ifw IFW NORMAL [T:57] 00387 - (ifw.Pipelines.ProcessPipeline3.Functions.Standard.FunctionPool.PreOpcodeProcessing.Module.Scripts.PreOpcode) ISC_GenericPreOpcode.isc checking for time out <SESSIONID>
testProcessPipe.log3:31.01.2010 20:49:12 <HOSTNAME> ifw IFW NORMAL [T:57] 00387 - (ifw.Pipelines.ProcessPipeline3.Functions.Standard.FunctionPool.PostOpcodeProcessing.Module.Scripts.PostOpcode) 349:GPO EDR !NOT TimedOut <SESSIONID> 
testTimeoutDefaultPipe.log:31.01.2010 21:05:53 <HOSTNAME> ifw IFW NORMAL [T:96] 00387 - (ifw.Pipelines.TimeoutDefaultPipeline.Functions.Standard.FunctionPool.DefaultResponse.Module.Scripts.DefaultResponse) TimeOutDR.isc Timedout Edr Default Response <SESSIONID>





To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.

Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started!

In this Document

My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts.