dm at belkam.com
Sun Jun 10 16:10:26 MET DST 2001
----- Original Message -----
From: Luis Falcon <lfalcon at ar.soluziona.com>
To: <linux-general at sap.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 09, 2001 8:33 PM
Subject: Re: 4.6C coredump
> SIG 11 is usually related to memory corruption. In your case, since you
> didn't change any kernel or fs params ( just restarted your computer )
> is even more possible. Check your SIMMs...
I suspect that this is hardware problem too, because I installed R/3 on my
desktop with only 256Mb RAM
and swap produce very high load. And, certanly, desktop contains cheap
hardware. Still waiting for server-
this is not easy task to buy SAP certified brand name server in Russia ( not
But I want to know is there any other reasons, for instance some problems
with oracle database, or something else?
I want to know as much as possible about R/3 diagnostic ;)
Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
2:5050/11.23 at fidonet
> Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I don't know reason- all worked OK before system restart.
> > Now I have during connection to system:
> > [root at dm work]# file core
> > core: ELF 32-bit LSB core file of 'dw.sapTSP_DVEBM' (signal 11), Intel
> > 80386, version 1
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