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Output Post Processor is Down

Output Post Processor is Down with Actual Process is 0 And Target Process is 1  




If you see OPP is Down with Actual Process is 0 And Target Process is 1 then do the following

1. Shutdown concurrent server via command adcmctl.sh under $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/<context_name>

2. To ensure concurrent manager down; check there is no FNDLIBR process running.

ps -ef | grep applmgr | grep FNDLIBR

3. Run adadmin to relink FNDSVC executable.

   a. Invoke adadmin from command prompt
   b. Choose option 2 (2. Maintain Applications Files menu)
   c. Choose option 1 (1. Relink Applications programs )
   d. Then type “FND” When prompted; ( Enter list of products to link (‘all’ for all products) [all] : FND )
   e. Ensure adrelink is exiting with status 0

4. Start Concurrent Managers using adcmctl.sh


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