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Oracle Connection Manager Load Balancing Problems (Doc ID 2632799.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Net Services - Version to [Release 12.2]
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Clients got timeout error or cannot connect although there are other available gateways on the node where the first gateway has "state:blocked".

After few number of days of a CMAN reboot the clients timed out or could not connect to CMAN. And we have to reboot CMAN again
At server level we detected a "state: blocked" when entering "show services" by cmctl

CMCTL:CMAN_XXXXXX> show services
Services Summary...
Proxy service "cmgw" has 1 instance(s).
Instance "cman", status READY, has 4 handler(s) for this service...
"cmgw001" established:13152 refused:0 current:768 max:768 state:blocked  <<<<<<<<<<<<<<< First gateway reached the max connection limit and showing state as blocked 
<machine: localhost, pid: 6580>
"cmgw000" established:181403 refused:0 current:653 max:768 state:ready                    
<machine: localhost, pid: 6578>
"cmgw003" established:38 refused:0 current:38 max:768 state:ready
<machine: localhost, pid: 14175>
"cmgw002" established:39 refused:0 current:39 max:768 state:ready
<machine: localhost, pid: 14173>


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