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NSK Process Abends Because Of "GGS Error * Not Enough Stack Space To Replicate The Operation" (Doc ID 1586511.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 09, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate - Version and later
HP NonStop Itanium (Guardian)


Application process abends with 000512 * GGS Error *Not enough stack space to replicate the operation (00001),(199)  \NIDE.$DATA01.OBJ.

Example of EMS messages:

15-07-21 09:00:12 \MEL05.3,893      TANDEM.EMS.H01        000512 * GGS Error  *
                                     Not enough stack space to replicate the
                                     operation (00001),(199)
 15-07-21 09:00:12 \MEL05.3,893      TANDEM.EMS.H01        000512 Stack trace
                                     for  \MEL05.$S2BA8,\NODE.$DATA01.OBJ.MYPROG                 
 15-07-21 09:00:12 \MEL05.3,893      TANDEM.EMS.H01        000512   0:
                                     GGS_DISPLAYSTACKTRACE + %234 (acc UL)   
                                     pc:%h00000000745C9DF0  P=%061557
                                     E=%004201:T,UL.01  L=%0
 15-07-21 09:00:12 \MEL05.3,893      TANDEM.EMS.H01        000512   1:
                                     GGS_STACKSPACEWARNING + %322 (acc UL)   
                                     pc:%h0000000074558F70  P=%004315
                                     E=%004201:T,UL.01  L=%0
 15-07-21 09:00:12 \MEL05.3,893      TANDEM.EMS.H01        000512   2:
                                     GGS_CHECKAUDIT + %27 (acc UL)   
                                     pc:%h000000007458DD30  P=%031734
                                     E=%004201:T,UL.01  L=%077424


Other symptoms:

1) Application program might not abend and the record might or might not be sent to Logger and captured. So even if the application does not abend there is potential of data loss.

2) In rare cases Version 11.2 and prior can cause Logger to go into debug and will cause Logger to switch to the backup process incorrectly. This will cause data loss.


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