BEA 9.1 64 bit patch level 36
This just started in an HR production system last Thursday.
There are some (4 identified so far) users who are logging in multiple times (not at their own volition) when they try to log in. I just did an appserver bounce on all three prod app servers, people are logging in fine, then one of the 4 users I have identified with the problem logs in, and all of a sudden she has 250 IDLE sessions opened on *each* of the app servers, even though she never actually gets logged in because she gets an "app server down" error message.
1 of the users has IE 8 and the other three are using IE 6.
Any ideas, suggestions or random thoughts before I waste time bothering Oracle?
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