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Tuxedo - Core dump

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Hi,
can somebody please help here?

One exe is crashing in Tuxedo with below error. For sure its not a code bug but related to some tuxedo set up.


#4 0x60000000d0e18b30:0 in _tmsvcdsp () at tmsvcdsp.c:545
545 tmsvcdsp.c: No such file or directory.
in tmsvcdsp.c
(gdb) up
#5 0x60000000d0e6ad20:0 in _tmrunserver () at tmrunsvr.c:2022
2022 tmrunsvr.c: No such file or directory.
in tmrunsvr.c
(gdb) up
#6 0x60000000d0e164f0:0 in _tmstartserver () at tmstrtsrvr.c:143
143 tmstrtsrvr.c: No such file or directory.
in tmstrtsrvr.c
(gdb) up
warning:
ERROR: Use the "objectdir" command to specify the search
path for objectfile BS-5439.o.
If NOT specified will behave as a non -g compiled binary.

#7 0x4ba34d0:0 in main+0x50 ()

Can somebody help please.

Thanks
  • 1. Re: Tuxedo - Core dump
    BobFinan - Oracle Journeyer
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    Hello:
    There is no error shown. It is just a partial stack trace that says a server was booted and went at least to the Tuxedo tmsvcdsp() function.
    Since tmsvcdsp() is #4 it is not crashing in the Tuxedo function. What are the #3,#2,#1 lines?

    What has changed(is this new code, libraries, or platform)?
    How was the server compiled (what is the compiler and the libraries that are linked in)?
    What is the release version of Tuxedo that you are using?
    What rolling patch level are you using?
    What is the information for the platform you are running on (OS, version,CPU, 32bit or 64bit binaries)?
    Is this the same platform that the executable was compiled on?
    What kind of signal did the crash occur with (e.g. SIGSEGV,SIGABORT)?
    Do you see any errors in stdout,stderr, or the ULOG?

    Regards,
    Bob Finan

    Edited by: Bob Finan on Oct 2, 2012 4:29 PM

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