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11g Core Files Are Getting Created On The BIEE Server For Unknown Reasons (Doc ID 1495536.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition - Version BP1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Here is the crashing thread from the GDB output:

Thread 7 (Thread 11078):
#0 0x0000003406e306f7 in kill () from /lib64/
#1 0x00002aaab0181933 in skgdbgcra ()
from /hol/tst/bi/obi11g/Oracle_BI1/lib/
#2 0x00002aaab0433f94 in kpeDbgCrash ()
from /hol/tst/bi/obi11g/Oracle_BI1/lib/
#3 0x00002aaab04337cf in kpeDbgSignalHandler ()
from /hol/tst/bi/obi11g/Oracle_BI1/lib/
#4 0x00002aaab017e9f9 in skgesig_sigactionHandler ()
from /hol/tst/bi/obi11g/Oracle_BI1/lib/
#6 0x0000003406e30265 in raise () from /lib64/
#7 0x0000003406e31d10 in abort () from /lib64/
#8 0x000000341a4bed14 in __gnu_cxx::__verbose_terminate_handler() ()
from /usr/lib64/
#9 0x000000341a4bce16 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/
#10 0x000000341a4bc1cb in ?? () from /usr/lib64/
#11 0x000000341a4bcca3 in __gxx_personality_v0 ()
from /usr/lib64/
#12 0x0000003416c08978 in ?? () from /lib64/
#13 0x0000003416c08cea in _Unwind_Resume () from /lib64/
#14 0x00002b07f0ba3895 in Producer::CancelProducer (this=0x2aab00851000)
at server/include/Utility/Generic/SUGConditionWait.h:54
#15 0x00002b07f0ba318b in Producer::ConsumerWaitForCondition (
this=0x2aab00851000, Test=
(bool (Producer::*)(const Producer *)) 0x2b07f0ba35e0 ) at server/Query/Execution/List/Src/SQXNQExchange.cpp:237
#16 0x00002b07f0ba3fcc in ParallelConsumer::CloseCursor (this=0x2aab00951178)
at server/Query/Execution/List/Src/SQXNQExchange.cpp:779
#17 0x00002b07f0ba6f69 in ParallelConsumer::StartAsyncProducer (
this=, pConnection=0x0)
at server/Query/Execution/List/Src/SQXNQExchange.cpp:701
#18 0x00002b07f026b23c in SmallRowsetReader::InterpretExecution (
this=0x464959a0, pExecStream=0x2b46)
at server/include/Utility/Generic/Portable/SUPHeapOwner.h:116
#19 0x00002b07f026970e in NQADbGateway::Execute (pRp=,
identifier=..., poolMeta=, sql=,
interpreter=..., inputParameters=..., bResultSetStatement=true,
bReplaceVars=true, pServerStatistics=0x0, queryTimeout=200)
at server/include/Utility/Generic/Portable/SUPHeapOwner.h:128
#20 0x00002b07f431b7d7 in DynamicRpVariableMgr::RefreshStaleInitBlockVars (
this=0x2aaae50907a0, initBlockID=, staleVars=...,
pRp=0x2b07fadb3008, changedVars=...)
at thirdparty/include/stlport/stl/_alloc.h:362
#21 0x00002b07f431d4fb in DynamicRpVariableMgr::RefreshInitBlocks (
this=0x2aaae50907a0, staleVars=..., pRp=0x2b07fadb3008, changedVars=...)
at thirdparty/include/stlport/stl/_list.h:126
#22 0x00002b07f431efe4 in DynamicRpVariableMgr::RefreshStaleVariables (
this=0x2aaae50907a0) at server/include/Utility/Generic/SUGRefCnt.h:128
#23 0x00002b07f4322b53 in PollThread::RunImp (
this=0x2aaae50907c8) at server/include/Utility/Generic/SUGPollThread.h:519
#24 0x00002b07f59813d4 in NQExecutionState::ExecuteSystemMain (
at server/Utility/Generic/NQThreads/SUGExecutionState.cpp:91
#25 0x00002b07f59d11c1 in NQThreadJobBase::ExecuteSystemMain (
at server/Utility/Generic/NQThreads/SUGThreadJob.cpp:150
#26 0x000000000040ca85 in operator() (this=)
at server/include/Utility/Generic/SUGRefCnt.h:128
#27 NQUserThread::ExecuteUserMain (
at server/NQSNative/NQSServer/Src/NQSMain.cpp:58
#28 0x00002b07f59813d4 in NQExecutionState::ExecuteSystemMain (
at server/Utility/Generic/NQThreads/SUGExecutionState.cpp:91
#29 0x00002b07f59cfb08 in NQThread::ExecuteSystemMain (this=0x2aaaf3ff6008)
at server/Utility/Generic/NQThreads/SUGThread.cpp:253
#30 0x00002b07f59cf47d in NQThread::ThreadMainEntry (pNQThread=0x2aaaf3ff6008)
at server/Utility/Generic/NQThreads/SUGThread.cpp:228
#31 0x0000003407a0673d in start_thread () from /lib64/
#32 0x0000003406ed40cd in clone () from /lib64/


We are seeing core files getting created under Ora_home/instances/instance1 on the Linuyx server.

Not sure what these core files are as the server is not crashing.

All BI services are up and running fine but these core files are getting created and taking up some 20-30 GB space and the Linux server is running out space.


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