aix 6.1 64bits
Is there a way to monitor the opmn process but more specificly the oacore process (jvm?) like the memomy usage, sessions running on it (and related users) and so on?
Basically, we have 2 oacore process running in prod. We had an issue yesterday where oacore together had more than 860 process. This never happened in the last 2 months. We bounced oacore last night, and its now back to normal with a total of 120 processes.
I found a metalink (443506.1) note talking about JConsole. Is there a way to find the oc4jadmin password? I found the opmn-host and opmn-port in opmn.xml file but I am not sure about the oc4jadmin password.
Please check solution part of below docs
Deploying a New Forms .ear File in Oracle Applications Release 12 [ID 397174.1]
Deploying A New Forms Ear And Getting A Fatal Error [ID 468157.1]
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Thank you for the quick reply. I read all 3 notes, but it does not help me.
I do not want to deply ear file.
I want to know if there is a way to monitor OACore activity in ebs R12 and see the activity in it.
Please see these docs.
How To Use Jconsole to Monitor JVM with Oracle E-Business Suite 11i10 and R12 [ID 415455.1]
How to create a Java heapdump on e-Business Suite ? [ID 835909.1]
Also, search Steven Chan's blog for "OACore" and "JConsole" and you will find many hits.
The default password is "secret" or "oafm" -- Upgrading to the Latest OracleAS 10g 10.1.3.x Patch Set in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 [ID 454811.1].
How to startup the iasconsole with R12.1.1 How to startup the iasconsole with R12.1.1
I will try oafm password. I already tried secret but it didn't work.
One more thing. I was following the note How To Use Jconsole to Monitor JVM with Oracle E-Business Suite 11i10 and R12 [ID 415455.1]. When I start the JConsole, I dont have the "Local" tab. I only have the remote and advanced. I do not seem to be able to connect to the running JVMs (Oacore/OC4J) but the JVM running the JConsole only. Would you know why? If not it's ok, ill keep searching on Steven Chan and Metalink for the reason.