Need your help. I have 12.1.1 Two node installation on Linux 5.9 with 64 bit.
Linux2- Database server + Concurrent manager
Linux1- Apps Node
Port - 8002 (port pool -2)
on my app node - linux1, I have 2 directories <SID>_linux1 and <SID>_linux2. First one is for primary apps node and second one is for 2nd concurrent manager. It is a shared directory structure. I have 2 questions:
1) If I run the autoconfig on Linux1, I can run all the services and connect to apache. However, If I run the autconfig on linux2, I will not be able to connect to web server (for a short time request will be sent to Linux1 and then it gets forwarded to Linux2 - even though Linux2 is not app server).
2) How do I run the second concurrent manager on LInux2? After I run the 2 concurrent manager, how do I test both concurrent managers are working?
Your help is much appreciated.
1. Please see (Explanation of Context Variables for Shared Application File System in R12 and 11i (Doc ID 1070152.1)).
2. You need to have PCP implemented -- https://forums.oracle.com/community/developer/search.jspa?&q=PCP
Thank you for the info. I was wondering whether the Linux2 concurrent manager was installed correctly or not. I went to xml file and found these entries and it made me think, it didn't install correctly because only concurrent manager should have been yes and the rest should be no. Isn't it? If it is wrong, how do I correct this?
<config_option type="techstack" oa_var="s_techstack">as1013</config_option>
<config_option type="techstack" oa_var="s_tnsmode">generateTNS</config_option>
<config_option type="adx" oa_var="s_apps_version">12.1.1</config_option>
<config_option type="techstack" oa_var="s_apache_mode">NORMAL</config_option>
You would be correct if you were running on 11i but since you are on R12 then the above is correct.
On a R12 Multi-Node Install -- Why do all Middle Tiers run all Services? (Doc ID 415385.1)
But one quick question, how do you know all of these oracle documents with precise numbers? Can I have some insights on how to get index of these docs? Thank you.
I search for them, just like you do when you Google something
And, of course for most of the technical docs, I had to visit them as part of my job.