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SLC watchdog Aborts slee_acs When $ Symbol in ACS Notification Used by NOTF Node (Doc ID 1612992.1)

Last updated on MARCH 07, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 5.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On the Service Logic Controllers (SLCs), the logs report that the watchdog process has aborted the slee_acs process:

watchdog(13649) WARNING: Application does not exist at PID 13649, presuming dead.

and the slee_acs process dumps a core file which has the following stack trace information:

# mdb core.slee_acs_1783850.13649
...`std::basic_string < char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >::std::basic_string +0x28(ffbfce10, 0, ffbfce18, 1b7ba14, 140282, ffbfcdf4)
acsNotificationProcessorContext::processParam+0x510(1ae6f38, 1b4dff0, 1adb028, 18bc798, fc102a40, 0)
acsNotificationProcessorContext::process+0x26c(1ae6f38, 1b4dff0, 1b49df0, 18bc798, fff, 7ffffc00)


After upgrading to or the installation of NCC (Luna)


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