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OSB generated jobid's are numeric (or userid/numeric). The job ID you report is non-standard...were any of the OSB directories manually updated or was there a lack of disk space on server which could have caused a corruption creating some garbage files?
Look at the 'lsj -A' output to see if there are regular & successful jobs and also look in $OSB_HOME/admin/state/scheduler/jobs to see if there are regular & successful jobs listed and also in /usr/etc/ob/xcr.
See if there's a file by that name in either of these directories (it could also be in /usr/etc/ob/xcr on a client)
No manual update on directories.
No lack of disk space was registered.
I did a "grep -i ZYXWVUTS *" in /usr/etc/ob/xcr directory. No files were found with this string.
No files were found with this name on the directory. All files is named correctly: "oracle/NNNN.N" or "NNNN.N".
The following is files on the directory:
[root@dbserver xcr]# ls -ltr |tail -3
-rw------- 1 root root 3087 Nov 17 13:21 email@example.com
-rw------- 1 root root 3182 Nov 17 13:21 firstname.lastname@example.org
-rw------- 1 root root 3177 Nov 17 13:22 email@example.com
[root@dbserver xcr]# ls -l |grep -v oracle
-rw------- 1 root root 3247 Nov 10 23:02 106.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3247 Nov 11 23:02 107.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3247 Nov 12 23:02 108.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3247 Nov 13 23:02 109.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3247 Nov 14 23:02 110.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3248 Nov 15 23:02 111.1
-rw------- 1 root root 3250 Nov 16 23:02 112.1
My server is admin, mediaserver and client roles.
As I mentioned above, I've had the same problem in our Solaris 10, OSB 10.2.0.2 environment. However, it does not appear to be related to any actual job data corruption because having navigated around the OSB GUI for a while looking at overnight job status etc., I've navigated back and forth between the home page and the Manage|Jobs page and the message has now disappeared - Hmm!
hi-- I work in OSB development and just noticed that the format
of the supposed 'jobid' matches that of a 'temporary internet
C:\Documents and Settings\jfersten\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\XYDPT98R
If anyone sees this problem again, could they take a look and see
if by any chance the name corresponds with the equivalent on their
system? It would be interesting to see...
Thanks for your reply.
My OSB server is running on Linux box and it isn't used to navigate on the web. Thus I guess no temporary internet files exist..
I can't find any file with name "ZYXWVUTS" on my system.
I perceived that this is a inverted alphabetical sequence of letters (from the final of alphabet).
I know that this has no sense, but this is my unique observation.