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permanent agent license info in PWP log

Question asked by FrankMuffke on Mar 12, 2019
Latest reply on Mar 21, 2019 by Carsten_Schmitz

Hi all

 

Just a quick question: has anyone seen this behavior so far?

 

PWP Workload (and only PWP) of one of our Systems is >25% the most time
all other (D)WPs are roundabout 2..5%

 

Agent license info is written every 30 seconds into the PWP logfile

 

20190312/070748.348 - U00034014 Agent 'SQL1' uses license ('0000000043' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.MYSQL' / '5').
20190312/070748.348 - U00034014 Agent 'SQL2' uses license ('0000000040' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.ORACLE' / '5').
20190312/070748.349 - U00034014 Agent 'RAWS02' uses license ('0000000047' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.RA.WebServices' / '').
20190312/070748.350 - U00034014 Agent 'MSSQL2' uses license ('0000000041' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.MSSQL' / '5').
20190312/070748.351 - U00034014 Agent 'RAFTP02' uses license ('0000000039' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.RA.FTP' / '').
20190312/070748.352 - U00034014 Agent 'RAWS01' uses license ('0000000047' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.RA.WebServices' / '').
20190312/070827.612 - U00034014 Agent 'UNIX_655' uses license ('0000000035' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.OS.UNX' / 'V').
20190312/070827.613 - U00034014 Agent 'WIN_25' uses license ('0000000034' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.OS.WIN' / 'V').
20190312/070827.613 - U00034014 Agent 'SQL1' uses license ('0000000043' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.MYSQL' / '5').
20190312/070827.614 - U00034014 Agent 'SQL2' uses license ('0000000040' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.ORACLE' / '5').
20190312/070827.615 - U00034014 Agent 'RAWS02' uses license ('0000000047' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.RA.WebServices' / '').
20190312/070827.616 - U00034014 Agent 'MSSQL2' uses license ('0000000041' / 'Non Production' / 'EX.SVC.SQL.MSSQL' / '5').

 

Beside the higher PWP Workload we did not observe any negative impacts so far.

 

AE V11.2.9+HF1 (ORA/Linux)

 

I checked the trace options in ucsrv.ini, they are turned off.

 

Another system (same version) does not have this behavior so I suppose its a setting somewhere...

...or a bug... :-)


Anyone seen this behavior?

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