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memory leak in oracle.exe and mds.exe

We are facing Memory leak in oue MDM server. Our environment details

are as follows;

MDM 5.5 SP5 ( Build 5.5.41.70)

Oracle 10.2 patch 2

windows server 2003 SP1

XI 7.0 SP 9

If server is running continuously 3-4 days then Nonpaged memory is

getting exausted and server does not respond. Now we have to retart the

windows server manually.

If we see the task manager it is shows more than 200,000 handles for

oracle.exe and more than 100,000 handles for mds.exe.

1: Oracle.exe -- more than 200000 handles ( Approx >5000 is problem)

2: Mds.exe -- more than 100000 handles ( Approx >5000 is problem)

Since these applications are not releasing the handles properly so all

nonpaged memory gets exausted and server stops responding.

If we restart the mdm server, database and OracleserviceMDMD, then

nonpaged memory is released. But some times even if we restart these

services, we do not get nonpaged memory released. So we have to restart

the windows server.

please help me if anyone else have faced the same problem.

regards

Saurabh

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 01:57 PM

    Closing as question is answered in MDM forum.

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