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High Level of Traffic Coming from Oracle Proxy Server (Doc ID 2555066.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Commerce Cloud Service - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The amount of traffic coming from Oracle Proxy Servers to an Oracle Commerce Cloud customer backend environment, is resulting in the traffic from the Oracle Proxy servers being blocked

EXAMPLE
  4417  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/products
  3008  GET  /ccstore/v1/images/
   979  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/publish
   544  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/registry
   535  POST  /ccstoreui/v1/analytics/pageViews
   530  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/merchant/eetagdata
   529  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/sites/siteUS
   529  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/resources/ns.common
   529  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/resources/ns.ccformats
   529  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/itemTypes/commerceItem
   529  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/currencies
   528  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/merchant/production-Recommendations
    51  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/search
    19  GET  /ccstoreui/v1/pages

 

Changes

 

Cause

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