(TUX10.3/AIX)GWTDOMAIN core at free_y() (Doc ID 2008963.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 10.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 10.3.0 version, domain gateway

When attempting to shutdown tuxedo
the following error occurs.

ERROR
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dbx analysis information´╝Ü
p550_lparF1-/home/ap/atmphout1/bin>dbx $TUXDIR/bin/GWTDOMAIN
Type 'help' for help.
[using memory image in core]
reading symbolic information ...warning: no source compiled with -g


Segmentation fault in free_y at 0x900000000097ba0 ($t4)
0x900000000097ba0 (free_y+0x260) 90a30000 stw r5,0x0(r3)
(dbx) where
free_y(??, ??) at 0x900000000097ba0
free_common(??) at 0x90000000000fd18
_tmf15980() at 0x90000000b508990
_tmf71E() at 0x90000000b5086d4
_tmf616() at 0x90000000b507f70
_tmf22C() at 0x90000000b507b28
GPT_del_ctx() at 0x90000000b4f937c
free_data() at 0x90000000b4f9d68
_specific_data_cleanup(??) at 0x9000000007f00c4
pthread_exit(??) at 0x9000000007d4b04
_e_thread_exit() at 0x90000000b4fb5ac
thrgw_proc_loop() at 0x90000000bdb81ec
(dbx) quit

After add the following environment parameters:

export MALLOCTYPE=debug
export MALLOCDEBUG=validate_ptrs,postfree_checking

 

dbx analysis more detail debug information:

_internal_error(??, ??, ??) at 0x9000000006276d0 [untrusted: /lib/libpthread.a(shr_xpg5_64.o)]
pthread_self() at 0x90000000062b9dc [untrusted: /lib/libpthread.a(shr_xpg5_64.o)]
parse_malloc_buckets_env(??) at 0x90000000002666c [untrusted: /lib/libc.a(shr_64.o)]
__b128_to_d128(2.2761868648789379e-314, 1.2746893662704161e-321, 0x0, 0x0) at 0x9000000000a4b40 [untrusted: /lib/libc.a(shr_64.o)]
__b128_to_d64(2.2618874410696306e-314, -NaNQ, 0x0, 0x7fffffc700300082) at 0x9000000000a3074 [untrusted: /lib/libc.a(shr_64.o)]
__b64_to_d32(2.2618617279171585e-314, 0x110e06eac, 0x110e06eac) at 0x90000000009e890 [untrusted: /lib/libc.a(shr_64.o)]
msgCerr() at 0x9000000083ec864
_tmmsgRerr() at 0x9000000083ec93c
thrgw_msgrcv() at 0x90000000852f7dc
thrgw_rqstrecv_loop() at 0x90000000854b91c

Cause

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