MONKEXCEPT:0112: MONK_atom_new: calloc(1, 96000) failed [strerror(11)=(Resource temporarily unavailable)]
(Doc ID 1026489.1)
Last updated on JULY 10, 2020
Applies to:Sun e*Gate - Version 4.1.2 and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)
Checked for relevance on 06-May-2011.
***Checked for relevance on 06-Feb-2013***
MONKEXCEPT:0112: MONK_atom_new: calloc(1, 96000) failed [strerror(11)=(Resource temporarily unavailable)].
In the above version of the message, the function is trying to allocate memory via MONK_atom_new (an internal function of the mojnk engine). The actual function may vary in the message due to software version. The above messagealso shows that the calloc() call failed with error 11 'Resource temporarily unavailable'.
Error 11, 'Resource temporarily unavailable', has the symbolic name EAGAIN. It means that AT THE TIME that calloc() was called to allocate the memory, there was not enough memory available. This does not necessarily mean that total physical memory was exhausted (note that the text of the message is that the memory was 'temporarily unavailable').
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