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Doing some searching suggests that you might be using the "International Components for Unicode" (http://site.icu-project.org/home) either directly or indirectly with an IBM product.
The particular function where the segmentation fault is occurring looks to be setting the codepage:
A couple of search hits indicate that a #define fsetcodepage u_fsetcodepage_3_8 might be in a header file used on your system.
I came across your problem on the Oracle Discussions Forum from back on June of 2009.
I am working with a pro*c program, in Banner 8. I getting the same message from a core dump,, that you got. I was hoping
you might have written down what you did to resolve it.
My pro*c program is key to running all the SQR code we have. So it's very important. The version of sqr that gets
linked into it is 32-bit and our environment is 64-bit. Our contract with Oracle for SQR has lapsed (it's a long
and expensive story and this is probably not the place). My whole migration to Oracle 11 is being held up by this.
I realize it's been a while since you worked on it but if you could tell me how you resolved your problem, I might be
able to do the same.
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