No product should produce a Progress protrace file. Protrace
files warrant the creation of a bug report. (Update existing bug
reports, as appropriate.) Product Support Staff should attach the
protrace file to the report. Moreover, staff must gather the
following information from users and post it in the report:
- Does the database and operating system contain all current
- Are the patches associated with stability problems?
- Do Unix kernel tuning parameters match parameters specified by
database and o/s documentation?
- Does the machine have adequate memory and processor
- Was the database agent re-linked against the database?
- Is PortHigh set in the [Protocol TCP] section of the Multi-Tier
Session Rules Book? This is the oplrqb.ini file that resides in the
/bin sub-directory of the server components installation.
- What happens when users comparison test the following ReUse
- ifsame process, upto 5
- ifsame application, upto 5
- ifsame database, upto 5
Finally, Multi-Tier users should perform the following test:
- login to the machine that contains the OpenLink server
- Run oplshut -s on the commandline.
- Compare the output to the Windows Task Manager or Unix ps
- Upgrade server components if oplshut shows fewer processes when
compared to the Task Manager or ps.