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2765439 - sp_sysmon - Infected with signal 11 in sparclock() - SAP ASE

Symptom

sp_sysmon with 'cache wizard' option generating stacktraces in sparclock(). Other function calls include:

  • ind_getval
  • par_get_info
  • GtPtnInfo*GtElement::GtReadPtnInfo(StoredTab*,OptList<tree*>&,short,OptBlock*,int*)
  • GttTable::GtAddReqCols(OptBlock*,int*)
  • GtElement::GtInit(OptBlock*,int*)
  • GtsState::GtsInit(int*)
  • OptBlock::OptPhase1aInit(int*)
  • SearchEngine::SeCrtOptBlocks(OptBlock*,Node<Lop>*,int*)
  • Node<Lop>*SearchEngine::_SeBuildGtc1SsTree(GtcChildOptBlock1*,LopNode1*,OptBlock*,int*)

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Environment

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise  (ASE) - 15.7 SP140

Solaris SPARC

Product

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7

Keywords

sparclock, ind_getval, sp_sysmon, 'cache wizard', sig11, SIGSEGV , KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Problem

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