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OFSAA 8.1.x: Many JAVASOCKETCONNECTION Errors In $FIC_HOME/logs/RevAppserver Log. $FIC_HOME/logs/iccserver.log Increases Daily To 50Mb (Doc ID 2893650.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 13, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure (OFSAAI)
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)


Queries about OFSAA log information:

1. On OFSAA 8.1.x version, services work well, only that in the $FIC_HOME/logs/RevAppserver.log log, following error occurs very often:

Waiting For New Connections...
[04-07-22 14:09:19,438 GMT PM] [ERROR] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [JAVASOCKETCONNECTION] Unable to setup I/O Streams in Connection reset
[04-07-22 14:09:19,438 GMT PM] [ERROR] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [JAVASOCKETCONNECTION] Connection reset
[04-07-22 14:09:19,438 GMT PM] [INFO ] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [JAVASOCKETCONNECTION] Closing Connection #4270
[04-07-22 14:09:19,622 GMT PM] [INFO ] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [JAVASOCKETCONNECTION] Initialization successful
[04-07-22 14:09:19,622 GMT PM] [ERROR] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [SERVERCONNECTIONMANAGER] Connections till date: [4272]

This error only occurs when OFSAA Infrastructure is not in use. When OFSAA Infrastructure is used, a normal INFO message appears like:

[05-07-22 07:07:25,088 GMT AM] [INFO ] [APP] [REVELEUS] [NA] [JAVASOCKETCONNECTION] Finished writing :[SC:0][ST:0][SST:0][Oper:0][Version:0][EF:false][D:null][S:null][U:null][PT:0][P:null[[Ljava.lang.String;@334ce3b4]

2. Also, the $FIC_HOME/logs/iccserver.log increases every day to reach 50MB in size. Can anything be done about it?

Waiting For New Connections...
[05-07-22 07:23:56,451 GMT AM] [DEBUG] [APP] [ICC] [ObjectServer][startServer]Active Connections :177
[05-07-22 07:23:56,452 GMT AM] [DEBUG] [APP] [ICC] Starting new ICC Virtual server.

Active connections are always at the same IP addresses.


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