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slee_acs Core Dump when Trying to Read Larger Profiles (over 1024 bytes of size) (Doc ID 1967424.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 5.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle Network Charging and Control (NCC) (Miranda), changes were made which unfortunately lead to crash of slee_acs when trying to read larger profiles (over 1024 bytes of size), in then generate a core file with the following back trace :

The coredump happens consistently so the problem is easy to reproduce by executing the same Business Process Logic (BPL) a second time using the same command through PI interface.

Problem scenario:
- clean SLEE restart
- execute a BPL with the following PI command: CCSBPL=EXE:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,BPL=<BPL_NAME>
- execute the same BPL a second time using the same command
- slee_acs coredumps after several attempts;

The control plan that is executed by this BPL is a very basic one: start, copy balance details, copy balance details, unconditional termination, end.




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