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Workflow Process Manager Crash with error SBL-SMI-00140: Internal: The MT Server has been disabled. (Doc ID 786896.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel Workflow - Version [18385] to 8.0 [20405] [Release V7 to V8]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
** Checked for relevance on 19-AUG-2016**
** Checked for relevance on 18 March 2015**


Customer is facing recent and intermittent unavailability of WfProcMgr component installed in one server. Customer has noticed one occurrence this Sunday 02/15 at 10:30 AM and  02/16 3:20 AM. When it occurred they were able to restart the server. Customer is not able to always restart the siebel server because the application does not respond in a timely manner.

Since WfProcMgr seems unavailable for some reason SISNAPI errors in SRBroker logs were found also as a consequence of this component being unavailable it seems that records in S_ESCL_REQ are increasing.

The records in S_ESCL_REQ seems to be associated to triggers created for assignment of campaigns. No recent changes were made on wf policies or configuration.

In the enterprise log and confirmed that WfProcMgr became unavailable.

From the Enterprise logs the related WfProcMgr logs and this analysis resulted in 3 groups of enterprise +wfprocmgr logs:

In WfProcMgr_58975.3.log we could also find the error SBL-SMI-00140: Internal: The MT Server has been disabled.
Customer could see from WfProcMgr_80330.log that the same instance'1-6E1YM0' was still not able to be resumed even after several hours > SBL-BPR-00124: Cannot resume process instance '1-6E1YM0'. Verify that it does exist and has a 'Waiting', 'Suspended' or 'In Error' status.

A3, B3: For the Workflow Process Manager created by the Siebel Server Scheduler at 2009-02-16 03:19:36 with task id 80973 and exited at 2009-02-16 03:20:37.

Finally customer were able to find the error SBL-SMI-00062: Internal: No more process (multithreaded server) slots available in WfProcMgr_80973.log.

Customer checked the memory limits and found that memory limits are not being reached (or reached only 20% below the limit) which indicate that the cause does not seem memory related.


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