1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 1, 2012 11:43 AM by Steve.Clamage-Oracle RSS

    Core dump when running the Proc Application

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      I have client that has decided to upgrade from Oracle 10g to Oracle11g version. Presently the client code is compiled with Oracle version 11.1.0.7. We have tuxedo version as 9.0 patch02. When running the ProC application, I am getting the core dump. The stack trace for dump is as follows :-

      core 'core' of 7784: bp_Customer -C dom=KenanFX -g 5 -i 225 -u dsesun10 -U /users/denver/pc
      ffffffff6e8d9bbc kill (2, ffffffff7ffe002c, 1, ffffffff7de3b9a0, ffffffff7ffe0028, ffffffff7e10b5a0) + 8
      ffffffff7d27b1f4 skgesigCrash (ffffffff7ffe09a8, ffffffff7e10a070, 1a0c00, ffffffff7dfdbc40, d60a7c, 1) + 34
      ffffffff7d27b81c skgesig_sigactionHandler (ffffffff7d6fb9a0, ffffffff7ffe1800, ffffffff7ffe0990, ffffffff7e10b578, ffffffff7ffe0998, ffffffff7ffe09a8) + dc
      ffffffff6e8d62e0 __sighndlr (b, ffffffff7ffe1800, ffffffff7ffe1520, ffffffff7d27b740, 0, a) + c
      ffffffff6e8c9e44 call_user_handler (ffffffff75f00200, ffffffff75f00200, ffffffff7ffe1520, 8, 0, 0) + 3e0
      ffffffff6e8ca03c sigacthandler (0, ffffffff7ffe1800, ffffffff7ffe1520, ffffffff75f00200, 0, ffffffff6ea3c000) + 54
      --- called from signal handler with signal 0 (SIGEXIT) ---
      ffffffff7c24bb24 sqlrlc (ffffffff7e0f9fc0, 0, 60, c0, 4, 8) + 4
      ffffffff7c253594 sqlbrl (ffffffff7e0f9fc0, 1004bc630, 1004bc658, 1004bc5d0, ffffffff7ffe1b30, 2) + 114
      ffffffff7c2745ec sqlhvdsc (1004bc5c0, ffffffff7e0f9fc0, 8, ffffffff7fff27a0, 0, 1d676b0) + ac
      ffffffff7c274e68 sqlshv (c, 0, e, 0, f, 1c) + 128
      ffffffff7c25bd8c sqlsel (ffffffff7fff27a0, 1002d0850, 1002d0d80, 1, ffffffff7e0f9fc0, ffffffff7dd09d70) + 38c
      ffffffff7c24ed18 sqlcmex (1, ffffffff7ffe1e80, 0, c, 1002d0850, 0) + 278
      ffffffff7c24f724 sqlcxt (0, ffffffff74fd3800, ffffffff7fff27a0, ffffffff74e5d3e4, 16400, 0) + 44
      ffffffff74c65aec selectCMF_XIDDB (788, 16450, 2, ffffffff74fbb978, ffffffff7fff4344, ffffffff7971de60) + f14
      ffffffff79f5743c bp_AccountFind (0, 0, 1002b6118, 1002b6118, 1002b6118, 1002b6118) + 137c
      000000010001748c commonServiceWrapper (30, 0, 558, 1, 100140428, ffffffff6fa08560) + cac
      000000010001d1a4 I_AccountFind (100188220, 12336c, 2e60, 100186b80, ffffffff7fffa440, ffffffff6fa08560) + ec
      ffffffff7f25ea34 _tmsvcdsp (100186b80, 0, 1001f7b60, 800, 100186b80, 1400) + 11ac
      ffffffff7f28241c _tmrunserver (2bb4, 0, 100186b80, 10017c480, 10017d5a0, 0) + 11ac
      ffffffff7f25d47c _tmstartserver (1, 2c00, 100144c90, 800, 10017ebe0, 1001444e0) + 1ac
      0000000100014e4c main (1b, ffffffff7fffab18, ffffffff7fffabf8, ffffffff6e84b8e0, ffffffff75b05200, ffffffff75f00200) + 14
      0000000100014d9c _start (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 17c

      Can you please help what is causing problem in the applications. Thanks in advanced.
        • 1. Re: Core dump when running the Proc Application
          Steve.Clamage-Oracle
          This forum is about C programming in general, and about using Oracle Studio C in particular.
          Your question seems to be about a database application that now crashes when run on an updated version of Oracle database.

          You mention "Proc" and ProC". If you are referring to the Pro*C compiler, that would also be a database question, since the Pro*C compiler is not related to Oracle Studio or Oracle Studio C.

          You are more likely to find a helpful answer in a database programming forum. Start here:
          https://forums.oracle.com/forums/category.jspa?categoryID=18