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Could you explain WP trace File Info !!

1 Wokr Process Ended today monring.

The trace file as follows


M Thu Jul 31 03:56:00 2008

M ThAlarmHandler (1)

M ThAlarmHandler (1)

M ThAlarmHandler: set CONTROL_TIMEOUT/DP_CONTROL_JAVA_EXIT and break sql

M ThAlarmHandler: return from signal handler


M Thu Jul 31 03:57:00 2008

M ThAlarmHandler (2)

M ThAlarmHandler (2)

M ThAlarmHandler: 2. ALARM: terminate process (pid=2748478, user is T85/M0)

M ThAlarmHandler: prv_action of W14: 0x2

M ThAlarmHandler: set clean state of T85/M0 to DP_TIMEOUT

M ThAlarmHandler: prv_action of W14: 0xa

M ThAlarmHandler: save snc contexts

M ThISncSaveAllContexts: save 0 snc contexts

M ThAlarmHandler: C-Stack during alarm handler

M -



=> 64 bit R/3 Kernel

=> 64 bit AIX Kernel

=> Heap limit = unlimited

=> Stack limit = 4294967296

=> Core limit = 1073741312

=> File size limit = unlimited

=> Heap address = 0x0x1157faf40

=> Stack address = 0xfffffffffffea40

=> Stack low = 0xfffffffffffbe90

=> Stack high = 0xffffffffffff820


=> Stack Trace:

semop() at 0x900000000198f54

RqOsSem() at 0x1001142ec

SemRq() at 0x1001189dc

EsILock() at 0x1001b3088

STD_EsAttach() at 0x1001b0fb8

EsAttach() at 0x1001a98bc

EmContextAttach() at 0x10019a74c

ThCheckEmState() at 0x1001912d4

ThRollIn() at 0x1001936c8

ThSessionRestore() at 0x1000c8e10

TskhLoop() at 0x1000e7de4

ThStart() at 0x10010095c

DpMain() at 0x101571e64

nlsui_main() at 0x101a9f6e8


=> CPU Registers:

msr = 0xa00000000000d0b2 iar = 0x0900000000198f54

ctr = 0xffffffff00000000 lr = 0xffffffffffffffff

xer = 0x00000000ffffffff cr = 0x0000000000242000

r00 = 0xffffffffffffffff r01 = 0x0fffffffffffea40

r02 = 0xffffffffffffffff r03 = 0xffffffffffffffff

r04 = 0xffffffffffffffff r05 = 0xffffffffffffffff

r06 = 0xffffffffffffffff r07 = 0xffffffffffffffff

r08 = 0xffffffffffffffff r09 = 0xffffffffffffffff

r10 = 0xffffffffffffffff r11 = 0xffffffffffffffff

r12 = 0xffffffffffffffff r13 = 0x0000000112d85820

r14 = 0x0000000000000004 r15 = 0x0000000101b9ba90

r16 = 0x0000000000000007 r17 = 0x0000000000000021

r18 = 0x0000000000000020 r19 = 0x0000000000000033

r20 = 0x00000001105e8f40 r21 = 0x00000001105e8ec0

r22 = 0x0000000000000001 r23 = 0x0000000110028358

r24 = 0x0000000000000021 r25 = 0x0000000000000000

r26 = 0x0000000000000000 r27 = 0x0000000000000000

r28 = 0x0fffffffffffffe0 r29 = 0x09001000a005e6c8

r30 = 0x0000000000000000 r31 = 0x0000000000000033


M -

M ***LOG Q02=> wp_halt, WPStop (Workproc14 2748478) [dpuxtool.c 269]



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  • Posted on Jul 31, 2008 at 12:45 PM

    seems like it was WP14 ended because a timeout (DP_TIMEOUT), check dev_w14 for errors



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    Posted on Jul 31, 2008 at 03:06 PM

    Hello P.R. SRINIVAS,

    Usually these errors appear when dump SYSTEM_CORE_DUMPED occurs. Is this your case? Have you tried to update the Kernel Patch level to the newest one?

    Hope this helps!

    Best regards,

    Rafael Toshiaki

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