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OID 11.1.1.9 Crashes With "Recieved Signal = 11, Shutting Down" While Issuing Search on "cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot" with -z 1 (Doc ID 2681069.1)

Last updated on JUNE 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 11.1.1.9.180709 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Applied OID 11.1.1.9 bundle Patch 28125308 - "OID BUNDLE PATCH 11.1.1.9.180709"

OPSS using OID as LDAP security store.

OID crashes and reports the following in the oid logs:

oidldapd01s<PID>.log

2020-05-05T13:31:52.285955 * Bind variables: :szCommonName = "cn=jpscontext",
:szBaseDomain = "cn=jpsroot,"
2020-05-05T13:31:52.288036 * gslbndnWithEscChar:
origDN:<cn=JPSContext,cn=jpsroot> NormDn:<cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot>
2020-05-05T13:31:52.288126 * Base Search Completed with: 0 nentires=1
2020-05-05T13:31:52.289248 * 2020-05-05T13:31:52.289290 * Recieved signal = 11, shutting down
END

oidldapd_stack00_<PID>.dmp
============================

gslutcTrace()       gsldpGetMaxAttrValForOPSS()+890   arg#1: ????
value=0000001D (ptr)
                                             arg#2: ???? value=00625EC0 (ptr)
                                             arg#3: ???? value=00000019 (ptr)

 

Issue produces with the following ldapsearches:

ldapsearch -h <OID_HOST> -p <PORT> -D cn=orcladmin -w <PWD> -z 1 -s one -a always -b "cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot" -T "-modifytimestamp" "objectclass=*"
modifytimestamp createtimestamp

ldapsearch -h <OID_HOST> -p <PORT> -D cn=orcladmin -w <PWD> -z 1 -s one -a always -b "cn=bpm, cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot" -T "-modifytimestamp"
"objectclass=*" modifytimestamp createtimestamp

 
ldapsearch -h <OID_HOST> -p <PORT> -D cn=orcladmin -w <PWD> -z 1 -s one -a always -b "cn=bpl, cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot" -T "-modifytimestamp"
"objectclass=*" modifytimestamp createtimestamp

NOTE:
With " -z 2" instead of " "-z 1" search works successfully, returning 2 entries:

 ldapsearch -h <OID_HOST> -p <PORT> -D cn=orcladmin -w <PWD> -z 2 -s one -a always -b "cn=bpm,cn=jpscontext,cn=jpsroot" -T "-modifytimestamp"
"objectclass=*" modifytimestamp createtimestamp
cn=soa-infra,cn=bpm,cn=JPSContext,cn=jpsroot
modifytimestamp= <MODIFYTIMESTAMP_VALUE>
createtimestamp= <CREATTIMESTAMP_VALUE>

cn=SystemPolicy,cn=bpm,cn=JPSContext,cn=jpsroot
modifytimestamp=<MODIFYTIMESTAMP_VALUE>
createtimestamp=<CREATTIMESTAMP_VALUE>
ldap_search: Sizelimit exceeded

 

Cause

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