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watcher Received request to restart ... Restarting Prevents Data Collection (Doc ID 1940656.1)

Last updated on MARCH 24, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 6.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Request to Restart, without Exited Abnormally

When the watcher log file shows "Received request to restart: ..." messages like below, but without the corresponding "exited abnormally" message, it means the periodic msprobe process has called for a restart for some reason.

To determine why msprobe called for restart, you must review the default log file covering the time of the "request to restart" message.

Exited abnormally is a separate problem - look for core files

If you see "exited abnormally" followed by "request to restart", for example:

Then you should be looking for core files from the process which "exited abnormally". Also, make sure coreadm is configured properly.



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In this Document
 Request to Restart, without Exited Abnormally
 Exited abnormally is a separate problem - look for core files
 What requested the restart?
 How to gather more data?
 "Exited Abnormally" after the fact - don't be confused
 Why must it restart more than just the problem process?
 Sometimes restart only makes it worse

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