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I don't have an answer for your first issue, I don't understand the question.
As for the second issue, the trace files with the "getPos" messages, this is a bug. The code is unconditionally printing these messages to the System.out stream.
The work arounds to this, that I can think of, are as follows (in no particular order)
1. upgrade to 10.2. The bug is not present in 10.2.0.3 and higher which is your minimum upgrade path
2. write a cron job to periodically detect and delete the trace files.
3. if you have an extended support contract (since this is 9.2) contact Oracle support and we will produce a patch
If none of the above are possible, please reply and we will see if other coding possibilities exist.
Thanks for your speedy reply and sorry for my own slow return.
I dident quite like the answer:), but at least i have something to give to the server guys.
About the other issues we have a clustered application server, and it seems it dumps alot of files byt the name of "ordXXXXpas" files on each server, they all are a few KB of size but there was found about 700.000 files on each server. The files are placers in %APPSERVER_HOME%\j2ee\home\ordpas, they appear to be sort of temporary files but for what purpose and why there is so many we have no idea.
a google search for ordpas yielded this result in another OTN forum:
upload to BLOB
I believe the tempf file in ordpas are the passivated ORD domain objects under the BC4J/OC4J framework
To learn more about EJB passivation and configuration try this doc link :
This if for Oracle App server version 10.1.3, which is probably newer than your version but it may help.
Would also suggest that you try the OC4J forum