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MRCRLF Planning Manager Errors With APP-FND-00416 Function sfmmll cannot allocate memory for buffer because system is out of memory (Doc ID 812117.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Materials Requirement Planning - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Materials Requirement Planning - Version:
EXECUTABLE:MRCRLF - Planning Manager


On or higher

The Planning Manager shows the following error information on 05-MAR-2009:

1. MRCRLF module: Planning Manager

Loading periods. Please wait ..
SELECT TO_CHAR(period_start_date, 'j')
FROM bom_period_start_dates
WHERE calendar_code = :calendar_code
AND exception_set_id = :exception_set_id
ORDER BY period_start_date
Loading periods. Please wait ...

...Loading periods. Please wait . 0:00
..Loading sales orders 1,003 0:01
The value of MRP_FC_EXPLOSION is 1
..Inserted 177 rows in MRP_FORM_QUERY (ACTION=inserted) 0:01

***** End Of Program - Planning Manager *****
Successfully resubmitted concurrent program MRCRLF with request ID 41256010 to start at 05-MAR-2009 13:23:38 (ROUTINE=AFPSRS)
APP-FND-00416: Function sfmmll cannot allocate memory for buffer because system is out of memory. Routine afpprq received a return code of failure.

Contact your system administrator or support representative.

2. There are 6798 records in process_status = 4 in mrp_sales_order_updates - most of these were created on
18-FEB-2009 or later (6219 records). There are 574 records created 18-DEC-2008 and 3 records before 2005. All the records have the same error_message:

"memi_consumption: Cannot allocate memory for new_block->block
Cause: The current routine cannot allocate memory for the specified entity.
Action: Contact your customer support representative.


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