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Help to analyze a DUMP: SYSTEM_CORE_DUMPED

Hi,

during lunch time we have several dump with SYSTEM_CORE_DUMPED, standard report as RSBTCRTE, SAPLSGUI, SAPLSPIAGENTCW and an other custom report.

Last error logged in SAP kernel

Component............ "Taskhandler"

Place................ "SAP-Server host_SID_00 on host host (wp 51)"

Version.............. 1

Error code........... 11

Error text........... "ThSigHandler: signal"

Description.......... " "

System call.......... " "

Module............... "thxxhead.c"

Line................. 10851

The error reported by the operating system is:

Error number..... " "

Error text....... " "

Have you got any advice? dev file there insn't other smart information.

It's a Solaris 10 box on SPARC platform with Oracle 10.2.0.4, ECC 6.0, Kernel

Regards.

Thank you for collaboration.

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  • Jul 13, 2010 at 03:12 PM

    > during lunch time we have several dump with SYSTEM_CORE_DUMPED, standard report as RSBTCRTE, SAPLSGUI, SAPLSPIAGENTCW and an other custom report.

    Coredumps are caused by unhandled exception in the ABAP runtime.

    You can find the stack trace in the "analysis" section of the dump in ST22, there you see the C/C++ stack trace and you may see which library (e. g. the database client, the database interface etc.) is causing the problem.

    Markus

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    • > thank you... but what is it?

      This is the C/C++ stacktrace, with that information one can see where the dump occurs (in the ABAP kernel, in the database interface library, in the database client etc).

      Without that information everything here is just wild guessing.

      Markus

  • Jul 13, 2010 at 03:00 PM

    A collegue inform me that, more or less, him has start some traces on this system.

    Regards.

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    Jul 13, 2010 at 07:55 PM

    Along with what Marcus wrote, core dumps are due to the system binaries or the database libraries.

    so just in case you are not working with the latest binaries updating kernel and database library will solve your problem.

    - Niraj

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  • Jul 15, 2010 at 05:35 PM

    Hello,

    You seem to have signal 11 error from the os.

    Check memory parameters

    146528 "Configuration of R/3 on hosts with much RAM".

    Often a full kernel patch upgrade clears this. disp+work and dbsl.

    Note 19466

    regards,

    John Feely

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