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JDE services (jdequeue)

dericq

Member
Dear list,

Situation: Oracle DB is taken down and bring back up without stopping the JDE services. Do a grep command and can see the jdequeue services there after Oracle is up.
Tried to submit UBE, but status is always hanged at "processing". This problem is solved once JDE services are restarted.

Normally, in KG..it is advisable to shut down OW before shutting down Oracle.

Is there any workaround, so that when Oracle is stop/start back, JDE is services still up and working? Can there be any health checks/clues to make sure JDE services are running fine?

Any views or thoughts are appreciated.
Deric Quah

OW B7332, SP 14.2
DS = Win NT 2000
ES = AIX 4.3, Oracle DB
 

slehner

Member
Deric

If you shut down Oracle without stopping the JDE services first, not only will
you need to stop the services, but then you will need to kill off all of the
orphaned processes that haven't died, such as jdequeue, runbatch, killqueue, and
jdesnet, jdesque, and jdenet*.
Once all these are gone, you can then restart the JDE services.

Steve Lehner
Strategic Systems Administrator
Global Information Systems
Westcon.Net
email: slehner@westcon.com
phone: 914 829 7457

XE SP13, Win2k, Oracle 8.1.7, MetaFrame 1.8



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Dear list,

Situation: Oracle DB is taken down and bring back up without stopping the JDE
services. Do a grep command and can see the jdequeue services there after Oracle
is up.
Tried to submit UBE, but status is always hanged at "processing". This problem
is solved once JDE services are restarted.

Normally, in KG..it is advisable to shut down OW before shutting down Oracle.

Is there any workaround, so that when Oracle is stop/start back, JDE is services
still up and working? Can there be any health checks/clues to make sure JDE
services are running fine?

Any views or thoughts are appreciated.
Deric Quah

OW B7332, SP 14.2
DS = Win NT 2000
ES = AIX 4.3, Oracle DB








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Larry_Jones

Legendary Poster
Our work-around is to shoot the DBA that brings Oracle down without first checking to make sure OneWorld is down.

Larry Jones
ljones@wagstaff.com
OneWorld XE, SP 15.1
HPUX 11, Oracle SE 8.1.6
Mfg, Distribution, Financials
 
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Guest

Guest
Deriq,

Our ES is W2K and what I do before taking down Oracle DB is:

net stop "JDE Update 3 B733 Queue"
net stop "JDE Update 3 B733 Network"
kill jdesque.exe
kill jdesnet.exe
kill jdenet_k.exe
kill jdequeue.exe

Replacing NT commands with equivalent AIX flavour might help.

Larry, ya'll can put that shotgun down now, y'hear!

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Sean O' Neill
Organon (Ireland) Ltd.
[subscribed: digest mode]
OneWorld Xe B7333 SP15.2 - Oracle 8.1.7 - W2K

JDE services. Do a grep command and can see the
problem is solved once JDE services are restarted.
Oracle.
services still up and working? Can there be any
 
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