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can you try turning off the ‘blcli server’:
blasadmin set app enableblcliserver false
and restarting the appserver service.
This seemed to resolve the issue. What is this blcli server, anyways?
Improved performance of NSH Script Jobs of Type 1 in large environments
The performance of NSH Script Jobs for scripts that contain the blcli_execute command has been enhanced by the introduction of a new method for handling BLCLI execution with a new BLCLI Server service. Execution of NSH scripts of Type 1 that run BLCLI commands on large numbers of target servers now involves less resources. As a result, NSH Script Jobs take less time and do not risk crashing the Application Server.
A new blasadmin parameter,
, enables you to control the use of the new BLCLI Server service by the Application Server. By default, this parameter is set to
true(that is, the BLCLI Server service is enabled), but you can disable this service if necessary for troubleshooting purposes.
not sure why assumeRole doesn't work w/ this enabled. support should be creating a defect.