Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2014
Applies to:Oracle Applications Manager - Version 188.8.131.52 to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 23-SEP-2013
The Oracle Applications Manager (OAM) may report that every Oracle Application Forms process is a runaway process. Several warnings may appear in the OAM log file over the duration of day.
Navigate through OAM as:
Applications System -> System Alerts and Metrics -> Search System Alerts -> System Alert Details
One may observe the following items:
1. Message: A Runaway process with PID <pid_number> is detected on NODE <application_node>
2. Module: fnd.oam.formsrt.FrmRTProc
A review of the OAM Generic Collections Service log files may show several errors similar to this:
[18:45:2:129, 2/27/10] Entered getRT data list in RTProc
[18:45:6:649, 2/27/10] In RTI Filter. The file name of RTI File is /u01/prd/comn/admin/log/HAEPRD_haemt13/em_10830.rti
[18:45:6:649, 2/27/10] The file /u01/prd/comn/admin/log/HAEPRD_haemt13/em_10830.rti does not exist or cannot be read.
[18:45:6:649, 2/27/10] In RTI Filter. The file name of RTI File is /u01/prd/comn/admin/log/HAEPRD_haemt13/em_10831.rti
[18:45:6:649, 2/27/10] The file /u01/prd/comn/admin/log/HAEPRD_haemt13/em_10831.rti does not exist or cannot be read.
[18:45:6:649, 2/27/10] In RTI Filter. The file name of RTI File is /u01/prd/comn/admin/log/HAEPRD_haemt13/em_7339.rti
Verifying if these files are on disk, will show that they are not. These files appear to be "bogus" files and do not exist.
The issue could be triggered after applying an ATG Rollup Patch or a Developer 6i patchset. That however is just an observation of the symptom. The issue is a threshold of certain OAM profile values. It is not unusual for the Forms executable to have a larger memory foot print after either of the above patches.
Sign In with your My Oracle Support account
Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started
Million Knowledge Articles and hundreds of Community platforms