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Read and Understand the beVWARS "Timed out x wallet reservation" Messages (Doc ID 1399435.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version: 4.0.0 and later   [Release: 4.0.0 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document explains how to read and understand the following message, commonly seen on production systems:

# grep "ERROR: Timed out" /IN/service_packages/E2BE/tmp/beVWARS.log

beVWARS(7199) ERROR: Timed out 1 wallet reservation:[clientId 9142449, clientMsgId 12141985], current time 20111125160446, expired 20111124233310 (59496 seconds ago), message timestamp 20111124113310.759822, not from beServer

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In this Document
     Introduction : The beVWARS reservation cache and reservation time outs
     A closer look to that message
     Communication information
        What does "clientID" mean ?
        What does "clientMsgId" mean ?
     Timing information
        What does "current time" mean ?
        What does "expired" and "seconds ago" mean ?
        What does "message timestamp" mean ?
        A picture is worth a thousand words...

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