4.6C coredump

Luis Falcon lfalcon at ar.soluziona.com
Tue Jun 12 18:23:18 MET DST 2001


Hi Christoph and Dmitry

I still believe that the problem is caused by HW. What you're getting is 
a seg. fault (SIG 11) error from the SAP kernel.  

Of course, It can be other type of problems, but the oracle locale 
settings shouldn't trigger that type of core dump on R3 kernel. I could 
be wrong and Christoph knows perfectly the R3 kernel internals, so don't 
change any SIMM yet ;)


Check your syslog and dmesg to find out some memory related errors..

Regards,
Luis



Dmitry Melekhov wrote:

>----- Original Message -----
>From: Christoph Rohland <cr at sap.com>
>To: <linux-general at sap.com>
>Sent: Monday, June 11, 2001 2:45 PM
>Subject: Re: 4.6C coredump
>
>
>>Hi Dmitry,
>>
>
>Hello!
>
>>On Sat, 09 Jun 2001, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
>>
>>>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
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>and in dev_disp:
>>>
>>>
>>>Sat Jun  9 12:38:33 2001
>>>MBUF state ACTIVE
>>>
>>>Sat Jun  9 12:42:26 2001
>>>*** ERROR => W0 (pid 1662) died [dpxxdisp 9388]
>>>
>>>Sat Jun  9 12:43:46 2001
>>>*** ERROR => W0 (pid 1848) died [dpxxdisp 9388]
>>>
>>Check dev_w0 for errors and a backtrace.
>>
>
>[skip]
>
>>I doubt it's hardware. Check dev_w0
>>
>
>Only error I find is
>A  Sat Jun  9 12:43:16 2001
>A  *** ERROR => 1th error during 3th text env operation  [ablocale 0121]
>A  *** ERROR => error code       'TEXTENV_CODEPAGE_NOT_ALLOWED' [ablocale
>0122]
>A  *** ERROR => kernel operation 'SIGNON' [ablocale 0123]
>A  *** ERROR => platform         'Linux'      [ablocale 0124]
>A  *** ERROR => language         'E'          [ablocale 0125]
>A  *** ERROR => country          '   '        [ablocale 0126]
>A  *** ERROR => modifier         ''           [ablocale 0127]
>A  *** ERROR => The requeted operations wants to activate   [ablocale 0138]
>A  *** ERROR => code page '1100'. But the current contents  [ablocale 0140]
>A  *** ERROR => of the database table TCPDB disallows       [ablocale 0141]
>A  *** ERROR => this code page.                             [ablocale 0142]
>A  *** ERROR => Use transaction ST22 for details.           [ablocale 0172]
>A  *** ERROR => For help look at SAP note 42781.            [ablocale 0173]
>A  *** ERROR => ---                                         [ablocale 0174]
>M  ***LOG R68=> ThIRollBack, roll back () [thxxhead 9894]
>
>Does it mean that database is corrupted? Now I'm at home and can't check
>database,
>because I forget password ;)
>
>
>Thank you!
>
>Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
>Dmitry Melekhov
>http://www.belkam.com/~dm
>2:5050/11.23 at fidonet
>
>
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