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Core dump ICMan

Hi,

When we are stopping the SAP System ECC 6.0, the icman is generating core dumps and the shutdown process takes too long; currently the system has kernel 75.

Thanks,

Juan Esteban Jaramillo

// dev_disp //

Sun Oct 15 18:36:54 2006

Stop gateway

Stop icman

Terminate gui connections

wait for end of work processes

wait for end of gateway

waiting for termination of gateway ...

Sun Oct 15 18:36:55 2006

wait for end of icman

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:36:56 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:36:57 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:20 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:21 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:22 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:39 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:40 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:41 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:42 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:43 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:44 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:45 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:46 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:47 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:48 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:49 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:50 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:51 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:52 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:53 2006

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:54 2006

  • ERROR => DpHalt: ICM (pid 3363278) still alive ... [dpxxdisp.c 10001]

  • ERROR => DpProcKill: kill failed (3: The process does not exist.) [dpuxdisp.c 390]

waiting for termination of icman ...

Sun Oct 15 18:37:55 2006

DpStartStopMsg: send stop message (myname is >qasr3_QAS_00 <)

DpStartStopMsg: stop msg sent

Sun Oct 15 18:37:56 2006

DpHalt: sync with message server o.k.

detach from message server

***LOG Q0M=> DpMsDetach, ms_detach () [dpxxdisp.c 11899]

MBUF state OFF

MBUF component DOWN

cleanup EM

cleanup event management

cleanup shared memory/semaphores

Sun Oct 15 18:37:57 2006

removing request queue

  • ERROR => DpRqIQRemove: ShmDelete [dpxxqueu.c 431]

***LOG Q05=> DpHalt, DPStop ( 3420434) [dpxxdisp.c 10519]

  • shutdown completed - server stopped ***

// AIX Message //

-


LABEL: CORE_DUMP

IDENTIFIER: A63BEB70

Date/Time: Sun Oct 15 18:35:30 EST 2006

Sequence Number: 3530

Machine Id: 00CFAE6A4C00

Node Id: sapci

Class: S

Type: PERM

Resource Name: SYSPROC

Description

SOFTWARE PROGRAM ABNORMALLY TERMINATED

Probable Causes

SOFTWARE PROGRAM

User Causes

USER GENERATED SIGNAL

Recommended Actions

CORRECT THEN RETRY

Failure Causes

SOFTWARE PROGRAM

Recommended Actions

RERUN THE APPLICATION PROGRAM

IF PROBLEM PERSISTS THEN DO THE FOLLOWING

CONTACT APPROPRIATE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Detail Data

SIGNAL NUMBER

4

USER'S PROCESS ID:

49928

FILE SYSTEM SERIAL NUMBER

34

INODE NUMBER

8200

PROCESSOR ID

0

CORE FILE NAME

/usr/sap/PRD/DVEBMGS00/work/core

PROGRAM NAME

icman

STACK EXECUTION DISABLED

0

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

??

exit C4

__start AC

Symptom Data

REPORTABLE

1

INTERNAL ERROR

0

SYMPTOM CODE

PCSS/SPI2 FLDS/icman SIG/4 FLDS/exit VALU/c4

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Juan Esteban,

    Have you try clear the contents of the usr/sap/PRD/DVEBMGS00/work/core directory???, try remove the core folder and do it again.

    Regards

    Juan

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