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2888293 - Updating range partitioned tables may cause IQ server to stop - SAP IQ

Symptom

When you update a range partitioning table, SAP IQ may output the following stack trace and go down.
This problem will be reproduced when the "FP_NBIT_ENABLE_TOKENCOUNT_CHECK" database option is enabled, and depends on the content of the data.

pcstkwalk
hos_assertexception::ThrowException
s_bufpool::Release
s_bufpool::Rollback
s_bufman::Rollback
st_txncb::RollbackToSavepoint
st_txnMgr::RollbackToSavepoint
db_RollbackToSavepoint::Execute
st_command::DoCmdThroughResourceGate
st_iqtxn::RollbackToSavepoint
UIQTxn_RollbackToSavepoint
st_SAIQInterfaceInfo::callFunction
st_SAIQInterface::RunIQFunc
st_SAIQInterface::Execute
saint_iqthresholdtxn::RollbackToSavepoint
UndoLog::ul_undo
DualUndoLog::ul_undo
DB_Undo


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Environment

  • SAP IQ 16.1

Product

SAP IQ 16.1

Keywords

IQ, 16.1, range, paertition, FP, index, update, stacktrace , KBA , BC-SYB-IQ , Sybase IQ , Bug Filed

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