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Re: Oracle Application Server Internal Server Error

From: Shakespeare <>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 15:52:40 +0100
Message-ID: <4729e84d$0$240$>

"Frank van Bortel" <> schreef in bericht news:fg7t0l$i1h$
> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> We are using OAS run on AIX 5.3 with an Oracle DB
>> back end running on a seperate partition of the machine. The main
>> application is developed in house on forms6 and migrated to forms9 a
>> couple of years ago when we moved to AIX. Since the move we get an
>> "Internal Server Error", in the web browser, occuring randomly when
>> users try to login to the application.
>> Through some investigation it appears as though the OC4J_BI_Forms
>> service becomes unresponsive for a short period of time causing the
>> web server request to time out. Users who are logged into the system
>> can still work but no new users can get in. Has anybody else
>> experienced this problem? Anybody got any ideas where to start
>> looking?
>> We have a TAR logged with Oracle but as usual they've said that they
>> won't help us until we go to Which we haven't been able to do
>> as the patching process keeps failing.
>> Any help would be appreciated.
> Without the exact error stack, I can hardly tell whether I have
> seen *this* error. I have seen a load of internal Server errors,
> accompanied by FRM-9xxxx codes.
> There are (several!) metalink documents on how to tackle these
> errors, start tracing, etc.
> In the environment I witnessed these problems, it was due to
> process limitations on the OS (Windows); setting the
> "Allow service to Interact with the Desktop" option helped

Not on the server, I hope......


> for some time - in the end the customer ended up with more
> iron - it now runs 6 machines, hardware load balancer.
> I doubt the time out - although there is one particular
> flavor of the error stack that indeed records some
> http header time out. Not at work, so I can't check.
> Anyway - the fastest road for you is to check metalink.
> --
> Regards,
> Frank van Bortel
> Top-posting is one way to shut me up...
Received on Thu Nov 01 2007 - 09:52:40 CDT

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