RP/TUX - Tuxedo WSH Crashes At 0x1 On Windows (Doc ID 776972.1)

Last updated on MARCH 20, 2012

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version: 6.5 to 9.1
Microsoft Windows (32-bit)

Goal


On windows configuration, suddenly WSH crashes at 0x1 with access violation.


(First thread)
0012DF68 60E4ADB4 0012DF84 00000000 00000401 00000402 user32!ranslateMessageEx
0012DFB4 60E2B981 00000000 0012DFD8 0012DFC8 00468890 !setitimer
0012DFE8 60CFF9F5 00463C18 00000000 00000000 0012E030 !e_sig_ualarm
0012E02C 10019758 00463C18 000F4240 00000000 0012E178 !e_net_release_signals
0012E100 1000E099 00463C18 00000000 00CAFBA4 00000000 !wsh_run
0012FF4C 00401267 0000000B 00463F98 00462B38 00403000 !main
0012FFC0 77E67D08 00000000 00CAFBA4 7FFDF000 00CAFBBC !<nosymbols>
0012FFF0 00000000 00401184 00000000 000000C8 00000100 kernel32!CreateProcessW

(Second thread)
00FFFF50 60E4A0A0 0000000E 00FFFF68 60E49FA5 0000000E <nosymbols>
00FFFF5C 60E49FA5 0000000E 00FFFF80 60E4B0B1 00000002 !shmctl
00FFFF68 60E4B0B1 00000002 06899A52 00000001 00000010 !shmctl
00FFFF80 60E4B168 00FFFFB4 60E4B12B 00000113 00000000 !setitimer
00FFFF88 60E4B12B 00000113 00000000 00000113 00005B28 !setitimer
00FFFFB4 77E5758A 00000000 00000100 00000000 00000000 !setitimer
00FFFFEC 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 kernel32!SetFilePointer




Solution

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