Concurrent Manager FNDSM intermittently Crashes / Shutting Down Abnormally When a Concurrent Request is Cancelled
(Doc ID 1577982.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 184.108.40.206 to 12.2 [Release 11.5 to 12.2]
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The Service Manager FNDSM, is shutting down abnormally when canceling a concurrent request that it is running or after applying patch 15981173 or patch 15981176. It is also possible that, Administer Concurrent Managers form shows Actual/Target processes are equal, but the process of particular Service Manager (FNDSM) is shown as terminated. The error below is seen in the FNDSM log:
01-JUL-2013 12:21:59 Attempting process termination for process 12795 on node SERVER No such process CONC-SM CLIENT ERROR (ROUTINE=afpsmckp) (SM_NAME=FNDSM_SERVER_RACP) (ERROR=1) Could not terminate concurrent request 77743354 with controlling manager ID 733451 and manager's operating system process ID 12795 on node SERVER. 01-JUL-2013 12:21:59 Request : 77743403 Priority : 50
Due to this issue, even the Workflow Mailer Services can also go down as it is looking for the Service Manager.
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