2355974 - When using parallel DSI, 'dsi__seqWakeNext()' sometimes generates a stack trace: DSI EXEC is infected : SRS 15.7.1 SP205 | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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2355974 - When using parallel DSI, 'dsi__seqWakeNext()' sometimes generates a stack trace: DSI EXEC is infected : SRS 15.7.1 SP205

Symptom

Thread DSI EXEC infected with signal 11 when Replication Server is set to use parallel DSI.

A parallel transaction has failed in database 'FIES1LDB32.stabdb'. The transaction will be executed individually.
(115): Thread DSI EXEC(113(3) FIES1LDB32.stabdb) infected with signal 11.
(115): Dumping memory trace.
(115): ***************STACK TRACE***************
(115): *****thread DSI EXEC(113(3) FIES1LDB32.stabdb)*******
(115): pc: 0x000000000085a2dc + 00000000000000e3, dbg_dump_stack ()
(115): *****End of stack trace.****
(115): Internal error. Attempting to produce a core file.


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Environment

SAP Replication Server (SRS) 15.7.1 SP205

Product

SAP Replication Server 15.7

Keywords

parallel transaction dsi_num_large_xact_threads dsi__seqWakeNext dsi__seqCheckSequence infected , KBA , BC-SYB-REP , Sybase Replication Server (standalone) , Problem

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