Siebel Server Scheduler Startup & Failure
(Doc ID 512085.1)
Last updated on APRIL 30, 2018
Applies to:Siebel System Software - Version 18.104.22.168  to 22.214.171.124 SIA [Release V7 to V8]
z*OBSOLETE: Microsoft Windows 2000
Product Release: V7 (Professional)
Version: 126.96.36.199 
Database: IBM DB2 8.1
Application Server OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP 4
Database Server OS: IBM AIX 5L 5.1
This document was previously published as Siebel SR 38-3200626371.
Recently, we began to notice that Siebel Server Scheduler was starting up and failing every minute. Since this time it has never gone away and the Siebel Server Scheduler component appears to start/fail every minute indefinitely. We are unsure of the impact of this component failing.
BEFORE 3:52PM, 10/26/2006 we would receive only this message and only when we had just restarted the environment:
ServerLog ProcessCreate 1 2006-10-25 09:26:01 Created server process (OS pid = 5124) for Siebel Server Scheduler with task id 77975
AFTER 3:52PM, 10/26/2006 we began getting the above message but with an error directly after it and it would occur every minute:
ServerLog ProcessCreate 1 2006-11-11 04:30:53 Created server process (OS pid = 4776) for Siebel Server Scheduler with task id 50426ServerLog
ProcessExit 1 2006-11-11 04:30:53 <NoCompName> 50426
SBL-SMI-00034 Process exited with error - Internal: Error %1 reading a message from the client
Note: These errors are coming from the Enteprise log on one of our Siebel servers.
To help trouble-shooting, I have attached the following files: 1) A before and after Enterprise log. 2) A before and after siebns.dat file. 3) A few samples of the SiebSrvr.logs that get created when the Siebel Server Schedule is failing.
Questions: 1) Could you provide more background on what the Siebel Server Scheduler does? Note: we looked at various documentation and only got a very short explaination. 2) What is the impact of this component failing? 3) Do you have any ideas what would have caused this behaivor?
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