On a customers installation the User Details in the workflow ui are loading very slow. About 50 seconds.

URL: http://localhost:8081/ivy/wf/Webapp/index.html?pageId=admin%2Fuserform&user=GFKLK

The AAA System is set to Active Directory. After a click on user details i wait 50 seconds and then the following line appears in the server log.

LogId 119510222
SessionId 199
LogLevel 5
LogTimestamp 2017-08-04 10:07:30.080
SequenceNumber 87
LogMessage Open directory context to naming and directory server 'ldap://SOME_SERVER_ADDRESS'
LogDetailMessage -> client: 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 SOME_SERVER_ADDRESS -> thread: http-8081-Processor5  Class: JndiAuthenticationAndAuthorization Method: getJndiContext

It seems that the server tries to get some information from the ldap server and runs in a timeout. After that the user details page is shown. Confusing is the part "client: 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1". Its an ipv6 address. Does the server try to fetch something via ipv6?

I disabled ipv6 in Windows but that didn't changed anything.

Have you seen a similar case? What can I do to investigate?

Server Info: Detail Version (Version 3.9 Build 52 Patch 5) Build Date 21.11.2011

asked 08.08.2017 at 09:59

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It looks like an ipv6 issue.

You have to configure the corresponding ilc file and set the java property -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true.

A default .ilc file is locatedf in <engine>/bin/default.ilc. Copy it and rename it to the same name as the used .exe file. E.g. when you start the engine as a service, the XpertIvyServer2Service.exe is used, so and the ilc file must have the name XpertIvyServer2Service.ilc.

In the ilc file adapt the below line. If there is already a option set, add the property to the end of the line.


# Additional vm arguments.

After the change, the # was removed and property was added:

# Additional vm arguments.

A restart of the engine is required, for the changes to take effect.


answered 08.08.2017 at 11:00

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