Agent Startup / Native Libraries Question

Discussion created by laura_albrecht_automic on Sep 28, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 29, 2017 by Alexander_Trenker_120
This is more of a UNIX-y question, but hoping someone out there - I know there's some UNIX guru's! - might have an idea.

We have a JMS agent and to date had only been using Receiver jobs.  We'd like to start using Sender jobs, but we're running into problems.  In troubleshooting the issue, the version of Java we are using has come into question.  We very specifically point to a certain directory / version of Java - 1.8.0_92.  We set this in the .profile.  We have checked our scripts that start up the agent and the command to start up the agent and everything seems to be pointing to our 1.8.0_92 version.

However, when we look in the agent log we are seeing this:

U02000113 Path for native libraries: '.:/u02/automic/automationengine/bin:/u02/automic/utility/bin:/u02/automic/ae_servicemanager/bin:/u02/automic/agent_servicemanager/bin:/u02/app/oracle/product/12.1.0/client_1/lib:usr/lib:/usr/jdk/packages/lib/sparcv9:/lib/64:/usr/lib/64'

The first part matches up to our LD_LIBRARY_PATH that is set in the .profile.  But we are not sure where the last part is coming from (in bold & italic).  

We also see this in the log:

U02000090 Java Runtime Environment version: '1.8.0_92'

So pretty sure that 1.8.0_92 is being used here, but we're puzzled by these other libraries that are getting added on.

Any ideas on where they are coming from?