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SOAP Fault Error : Mex Session Exceeded : User session still alive in DB

Dear All , 

Please help our HP SM 9.41 application is not accepting any more session because , Application end 350 sessions showing but when we are checking DB its more than 500 sessions .

 

Please help us to resolve session sync issue between App and DB .

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Re: SOAP Fault Error : Mex Session Exceeded : User session still alive in DB

The Max Session Exceeded error would be caused by a configuration limit in SM.   In the sm.ini file the number of sessions that can be handeled by a single servlet is controlled by the 'threadsperprocess' setting.  If you have it set to 50 and you have 7 servlets you would be limited to 350 sessions.

The DB connection issue would be a different problem.  Note the number of SM sessions will not equal the number of DB sessions.  All of the background procesess have DB connections and each servlet has 2 DB connections.  So this may or may not be a problem based on your configuration.

For an issue like this I would recommend a support case if the above does not give you enough information to determine root cause.

Steve Hirschfeld

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Re: SOAP Fault Error : Mex Session Exceeded : User session still alive in DB

Hello,

 

1- stop all SM services

2- Open the command prompt in administration mode and Run the following command under <SM Installation Directory>\Server\RUN

sm -unlockdatabase

3- Start SM again

 

 

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