imtacli Core Dump When Running qm Command and Stack Trace Shows Recursive File Path (Doc ID 2243015.1)

Last updated on MARCH 20, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 7.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When running qm sum -noheading -notrailing, we get a core dump that includes the following in the backtrace or stacktrace:

 

[snipped thousands of lines similar to this line below]

#18712 0x00007fd38a4f76fa in os_findfile (ctx_=0x0, descend=1, dspec=0x7ffc42ee4bd4 "/san/mail/ms/messaging64/data/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queu
e/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/queue/qu"..., dspec_len=254, fspec=0x7ffc42ee4bd0) at os-unix-c.c:5366
#18713 0x00007fd38a4f76fa in os_findfile (ctx_=0x2519cb0, descend=1, dspec=0x7ffc42ee4ad0 "/san/mail/ms/messaging64/data/queue/queue/*.??", dspec_len=41, fspec=0x7ffc42ee4bd0) at os-unix-c.c:5366
#18714 0x00007fd38a4f795a in os_findfile_wild (ctx_=0x24f96f0, descend=1, pattern=0x7ffc42ee4ad0 "/san/mail/ms/messaging64/data/queue/queue/*.??", pattern_len=46, fspec=0x7ffc42ee4bd0) at os-unix-c
.c:5446
#18715 0x000000000041b15b in get_messages_dt (qm_ctx=0x7ffc42ee4f50, chan_list=0x2416c90, drill=2, held=0) at qm_list.c:1103
#18716 0x000000000041cc6f in qm_get_messages (qm_ctx=0x7ffc42ee4f50, drill=2) at qm_list.c:1963
#18717 0x0000000000408f99 in qm_summarize (channel=0x7ffc42ee5604 "\323\177", channel_len=0, use_qc=0, show_held=0, show_oldest=0, show_byhost=0, show_heading=0, show_trailing=0, out_proc=0x411a10
<top_show>) at qm_unix.c:763
#18718 0x0000000000411c48 in do_summary_cmd () at qm_unix.c:5286
#18719 0x00000000004158ab in parse_command_maint (routine=0x7ffc42ee5890) at qm_unix.c:7135
#18720 0x0000000000415aaa in parse_command (cmd=0x628520) at qm_unix.c:7220
#18721 0x0000000000415ba6 in main (argc=5, argv=0x7ffc42ee5ad8) at qm_unix.c:7259
(gdb) -------END APPLY ALL THREADS---------

 

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