Rfc3262SrvrTxns Is Not Removed From CallState And Results In Memory Leak
Last updated on DECEMBER 20, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Communications Converged Application Server - Version 5.0.0 and later
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On OCCAS 5.0.0 version, rfc3262SrvrTxns is not removed from CallState and results in memory leak.
In CallState object, there are three HashMaps: rfc3262SrvrTxns, serverTransactions, and clientTransactions. From heap dump, the size of rfc3262SrvrTxns if far bigger than serverTransaction.
At the same time, in the CallState debug log, we can see following logs:
From above log, only the PUT operation succeeds, but the corresponding REMOVE operation fails due to the wrong "txn key" input (always "null" in log).
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