2114328 - How To Collect Linux System Libraries to Analyze Core Files | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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2114328 - How To Collect Linux System Libraries to Analyze Core Files

Symptom

  • A Linux core file has been generated automatically by a crashing SQL Anywhere process or generated manually via a debug process.
    • See KBA 2075551 on how to obtain a core file for SQL Anywhere processes.
  • In order to analyze the core file on a different Linux system (e.g. within SAP internal labs), the Linux system (glibc) libraries from the source system where SQL Anywhere crashed are required to be attached to the incident in order for the core file to be opened.
  • SAP cannot open Linux core files without the original Linux system libraries present.

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Environment

  • SAP SQL Anywhere 17
  • SAP SQL Anywhere 16
  • SAP SQL Anywhere 12
  • SQL Anywhere 11
  • SQL Anywhere 10
  • SQL Anywhere 9
  • SQL Anywhere database client/server
  • UltraLite database engine
  • UltraLite client
  • MobiLink client/server
  • SQL Remote

  • Linux (x86 / x64)

Product

SAP SQL Anywhere 16.0 ; SAP SQL Anywhere 17.0 ; SAP SQL Anywhere, cloud edition 1.0 ; SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere 12.0 ; SQL Anywhere 9.0 ; Sybase SQL Anywhere 10.0 ; Sybase SQL Anywhere 11.0

Keywords

sybase, sqla, sqlany, sqlanywhere, binary, debug, GDB, libraries, libthread, directory, linux, core, libraries, system, , library, debugging, analysis, , KBA , BC-SYB-SQA , SQL Anywhere (on premise, on demand) , Problem

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