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RP/TUX 10.3/12.1.1/12.1.3 Tuxedo GWTDOMAIN Server Process Coredumps at gw_toStartTimer2 (Doc ID 2065189.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2020

Applies to:

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


From times to time after a normal work over many days, the Tuxedo 10gR3 (10.3.0) domain gateway (also known as GWTDOMAIN) process crashed but the core file is not created.

ERROR on core file creation:

warning: Object file is not specified, and the object file "GWTDOMAIN" mentioned in  the core file doesn't exist in the current directory or doesn't match with  the core file (ignored). Some info may not be available.
[using memory image in core_back]
reading symbolic information ...warning: cannot open GWTDOMAIN
warning: no source compiled with -g

The relevant Tuxedo GWTDOMAIN stack trace in this context looks like:

Segmentation fault in gw_toStartTimer2 at 0x90000000122e378 ($t4)
0x90000000122e378 (gw_toStartTimer2+0x48) 801e0020 lwz r0,0x20(r30)
(dbx) where
gw_toStartTimer2() at 0x90000000122e378
gwmsg_dmq_exchange() at 0x90000000122ab28
thrgw_proc_loop() at 0x90000000122d7f4
(dbx) q





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