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Session failed: The DISPLAY variable is not set

2707169Jul 31 2017 — edited Aug 8 2017

Hi Team!

After login to SGD, clicking on 'xterm_linux_session' throws following error,

"Session failed: The DISPLAY variable is not set"

after recent PLANNED Maintenance, July 28-30.

We could not work with jDev because of this.

Please look into it.

Detailed logs:

-----------------

Trying application server rws3220157.us.oracle.com

Starting execution protocol engine

Initialising ...

Logging in to the application server...

Configuring your environment...

exec /bin/sh

if [ -f /bin/ksh ]; then HISTFILE=/dev/null; export HISTFILE; exec /bin/ksh; fi

set +o emacs ; set +o gmacs ; set +o vi

ALTDISPLAY=pd-sgd-rws-07.us.oracle.com:115; export ALTDISPLAY

]2;rws3220157(appldev none none):/home/ramsanth  ]1;rws3220157(appldev none none) #

#

# Welcome to Linux

#

if [ -z $DISPLAY ]; then echo "Not set"; else echo "available"; fi

Welcome to Linux

(ramsanth) ramsanth- exec /bin/sh

sh-2.05b$ if [ -f /bin/ksh ]; then HISTFILE=/dev/null; export HISTFILE; exec /bi

n/ksh; fi

$ set +o emacs ; set +o gmacs ; set +o vi

$

ErrApplicationServerNoDisplay

Script 22795 exited with code 76 and signal 0

Standard error of script process:

Third tier output log:

exec /bin/sh

if [ -f /bin/ksh ]; then HISTFILE=/dev/null; export HISTFILE; exec /bin/ksh; fi

set +o emacs ; set +o gmacs ; set +o vi

ALTDISPLAY=pd-sgd-rws-07.us.oracle.com:115; export ALTDISPLAY

]2;rws3220157(appldev none none):/home/ramsanth  ]1;rws3220157(appldev none none) #

#

# Welcome to Linux

#

if [ -z $DISPLAY ]; then echo "Not set"; else echo "available"; fi

Welcome to Linux

(ramsanth) ramsanth- exec /bin/sh

sh-2.05b$ if [ -f /bin/ksh ]; then HISTFILE=/dev/null; export HISTFILE; exec /bi

n/ksh; fi

$ set +o emacs ; set +o gmacs ; set +o vi

$

Session failed: The DISPLAY variable is not set

Session failed: The DISPLAY variable is not set

Thanks,

Ramkumar

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