2142751 - Error during login: "kernel ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 4912)" with SSL configured - ASE | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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2142751 - Error during login: "kernel ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 4912)" with SSL configured - ASE

Symptom

  • Open Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is configure for ASE
  • Login failure and then the RSA keypair fails to generate with the following error in the ASE error log:

kernel  ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 4912)
kernel  ssl_accept(273): SSLDuplicateContext(168dfa970,168ea78f0,172be9e00) failed (2000).
kernel  ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 4912).
kernel  ssl_close(284): SSLClose(168eae9b0) failed (-6981).

kernel  ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 4912).
kernel  ssl_accept(328): SSLDuplicateContext(168dfa970,168ecacb0,172c063c0) failed (2000).
kernel  ssl_close(328): SSLClose(168ecacb0) failed (-6981).

kernel  Begin processing to generate RSA keypair.
kernel  ks_falloc: Cannot allocate using ubfalloc(rnetmempool, 8192).
kernel  SSL or Crypto Error Info: psn -1, vsn -1, sockp 0 error id 96, severity -2, provider id 2.
kernel  SSL or Crypto Error Message: 'An unexpected failure occurred while performing an OpenSSL cryptography operation.  Root error: error:09072041:PEM routines:PEM_write_bio:malloc failure.'.
kernel  Completed processing to generate RSA keypair.
kernel  RSA keypair regeneration failed.
kernel  RETRY: 1. Attempt to generate key pair after 60 minute(s).


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Environment

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 15.7

Product

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7

Keywords

KBA , openssl , memory allocation failure , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Bug Filed

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