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Questions on BeSync Out Of Events on Secondary VWS after brief Shutdown. (Doc ID 2771529.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 05, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 This article is to clarify questions raised by the customer with respect to BeSync Out Of Events on Secondary Voucher and Wallet Server(VWS) after brief Shutdown.

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Questions and Answers
 Qn1: What are the potential impact of the following warning and critical messages?
 Customer is preparing to install the rollup patch across the Network Charging and Control(NCC) platform, However, when the Service Logic Execution Environment (SLEE)  on the secondary came back with a series of warnings/exceptions before critical out of events errors occurred:
 1) Initial warnings:
2021-04-13T08:48:36+00:00 beSync[5165]: beSync(5165) WARNING: Events size : 1692 spillover from 2048 byte buffer (index: 2)

2) Then Critical errors:
2021-04-13T08:48:37+00:00 beSync[5165]: beSync(5165) CRITICAL SleeEvent::newInstance(dataSegmentSize)=11 No available events for size: 1684
2021-04-13T08:48:37+00:00 beSync[5165]: beSync(5165) CRITICAL SleeException=11 SleeException: No more events (8002) in at 76 by process id 5165
2021-04-13T08:48:37+00:00 beSync[5165]: beSync(5165) ERROR: Unable to create and send control message of size 1684 to the VWARS 10, exception: SleeException: No more events (8002) in at 76 by process id 
 Qn2: What is the expected size of a reservation? 

Qn3 How to query an active VWS for the number of active reservations? 
Qn4: If number of event with buffer size 2048 is not very much higher than 10000, then keeping MAX_EVENTS to 100000 will not be good for system resource. Clarify?
 Qn5: Is the speed at which reservations are transferred on startup configurable?
 Qn6: Is this possible to check how many ongoing reservations the VWS is holding in memory to transfer to the other node?


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