• Subject: Re: 6.02 and Oracle
  • From: "Christine Hales" <chales@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 11:07:24 -0400

> From: Dave Parmer <dparmer@interaccess.com>
> To: BPCS-L@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: 6.02 and Oracle
> Date: June 18, 1998 11:45 PM
> The Oracle manual says that this happens when a user presses cntrl-c.  
> If you have ruled this out then it is possible that something in BPCS is
> causing this though I doubt it unless it happens every time (it sounds
> an intermittent problem from your post).
                In the case of MRP, we run it in batch at 1:30 am.  In the case 
of the
other programs that run interactively, we have monitored it like crazy and
the job is not killed at the Client or UNIX level.

> These types of problems are very hard to pin down since they do not
> every time.  It usually ends up being an Oracle or UNIX system setting
> (believe it or not).

        Definately hard to pin down, since our application is on an HP and our
database is on a DEC.  This has only started to happen recently - we have
been testing for over a year, and live for a few months now.

  The best thing to do is call the Helpline in Chicago
> armed with as many bpcslog examples as you can get.  They are going to
> assume someone is using the kill command.  If you know this is not the
> then be persistent and have them log on to your system and monitor it
> MRP is running.  They might be able to see an Oracle or UNIX resource
> problem.

        Both SSA offices in Chicago and Toronto have been notified of the 
 Still awaiting their response :-)


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