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STCMS crashing every 10min - Insufficient memory to allocate an object of type struct _Envelope_t *, exiting now! (Doc ID 1498894.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Java CAPS Enterprise Service Bus - Version R6.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : R6.3 version, Core Product

When attempting to Start STCMS,
the following error occurs after 10 min.

ERROR

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[07-Sep-2012 09:12:52.598] *** START LOG FOR: stcms ***
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
07-Sep-2012 09:12:52.598 stcms INFO 7844 [main.cpp:1054]: Message Service version 6.0.0.117 (May 9 2012)
07-Sep-2012 09:12:52.598 stcms INFO 7844 [main.cpp:1056]: Platform: win32 (6.1.7601 Service Pack 1)
07-Sep-2012 09:12:53.612 stcms INFO 7844 [Connection.cpp:147]: Server listening on port 20507
07-Sep-2012 09:12:54.642 stcms INFO 7844 [Connection.cpp:147]: Server listening on secured port 20508
07-Sep-2012 09:12:54.720 stcms INFO 7844 [logmgr.cpp:428]: Server recovering...
07-Sep-2012 09:12:59.166 stcms INFO 9352 [logmgr.cpp:869]: Recovery complete.
07-Sep-2012 09:25:55.184 stcms ERROR 7844 [STCMalloc.cpp:223]: Malloc() : Failed to allocate memory
07-Sep-2012 09:25:55.184 stcms ERROR 7844 [Socket.cpp:293]: Socket() : constructor - malloc of read buffer failed
07-Sep-2012 09:25:55.184 stcms FATAL 7844 [Socket.cpp:296]: Insufficient memory to allocate an object of type struct _Envelope_t *, exiting now!

 

Cause

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