- On a newly built Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) server, trying to create an 8000 MB device using the 'disk init' command.
- The 'disk init' command fails with a timeslice error and stacktracein the _pwrite() call:
kernel timeslice -501, current process infected at ffffffff7c8dc830 (_pwrite+0xc)
- The stacktrace includes the following modules:
- Smaller devices (less than 2000MB) are created without a problem and 'disk init' with 4000 MB may intermittently fail with the same stacktrace.
- SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) all versions
- Virtualized Solaris 10 system (VFS)
diskinit, time slice, file system , KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Problem
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