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CMS-XML Dim CM: What does the DMWEB entry in the getpoolstats output indicate?
Dim CM: What does the DMWEB entry in the getpoolstats output indicate?
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Will running the command GetPoolStats affect user response times (performance) on your Dimensions server?
KM-Dim9: Will running the command GetPoolStats affect user response times (performance) on your Dimensions server?
CMS-XML Dim CM: getpoolstats doesn't show the correct output when using Korean locale
Dim CM: getpoolstats doesn't show the correct output when using Korean locale
CMS-XML KB-DIM12.2: What is the various Application Names (= the client program in use) that can be returned from getpoolstats
KB-DIM12.2: What is the various Application Names (= the client program in use) that can be returned from getpoolstats
CMS-XML Dim10: Login delay intermittently in web client and adminconsole
Users have faced that the login to Dimensions web client takes a long time sometimes (2-5 mins). Running the login on the server itself in both web client and dmcli shows the same lag but it varies in time, also running commands like getpoolstats dramatically vary in response times.
CMS-XML DIM9:ZOS MDFSCDIM hangs when DM session is inactive.
At getpoolstats command on the DM application server indicates the a process is not assigned each time this occurs. Issue found in Release: 9.1.3 Install the attached ZOS 9134Hotfix.
CMS-XML DMCM: How to generate Oracle trace for a particular session
To generate Oracle trace for a given Dimensions client session, first launch the client (Desktop Client/Web Client/dmcli) and establish the process ID of your connection by running " getpoolstats ". Next, connect to SQL*Plus as the system user to establish the Oracle session being used for the connection: sqlplus sys as sysdba/<password>
CMS-XML Dim CM: Generating additional debug information for exception errors such as "NCL4501392E Uncaught unknown exception"
3. Connect to Dimensions using the Desktop Client 4. Run the command " getpoolstats " in a Windows Command Prompt on the Dimensions server and get the Process ID of the user that's connected with Desktop Client. 5. Use the "procdump64" command (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/procdump) to capture dump file on exception, for example:
CMS-XML Dim: Dimensions CM configuration with Load Balancer: How to determine which server the users are connected to?
It is also possible to obtain the connection pooling statistics via a command line: getpoolstats -host <servername:port> If the port is not specified it will default to 671. Full details of the Connection Pooling Statistics are in the Dimensions CM Administrator's Guide (dmcm_admin.pdf)
CMS-XML Dim CM 2009 R2 / Eclipse 3.4: Eclipse Plug-in - session_timeout in listener.dat file is not honoured
The absence of a login dialogue is not indication to the contrary. You should use getpoolstats and a connected Eclipse session to see that the old session has been removed and a new session created when an operation is attempted in Eclipse.
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