Coredump When Using Shared Pin.conf Placed In $PIN_HOME/config

(Doc ID 408995.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 02, 2008

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version:
Solaris Operating System (SPARC 32-bit)
Solaris Operating System (SPARC)


Coredump appears when one try to use shared pin.conf placed in $PIN_HOME/config
This can be reproduced with the following steps. 
1) Place the pin.conf file of test directory to $PIN_HOME/config directory.
2) remove the pin.conf file of test directory.
3) Go to test directory and run testnap , core dump will appear.

Stack trace of the core would look like this:
============================================`strcpy+0x2dc(ff38beb4, 0, ff38beb4, 0, ff38d6e4, 0)`pin_conf_exists+0x138(ffbfe6ac, 1000, ff38c2d4, 1128, ff388368, 1db4)`__1cOPcmNagleConfigQInitNagleDisable6F_i_+0x24(0, 0, ff38a180, ff388368, 25888, 0)`__SLIP.INIT_A+0x48(ff38c59c, 1dc0, 0, ff388368, 258f0, 1c00)`__1cU__STATIC_CONSTRUCTOR6F_v_+4(0, fffd9f3c, ff01cb28, 0, 13acc, fffd9f3c)`_init+0xf0(ff3ec0c0, ff251cc8, 24, fefd1034, 2, ff3ec8bc)`call_init+0x1c0(fefd12c8, 0, fefd1298, ffdfffff, 400000, 80000)`setup+0x1314(ffbfed68, ff3ec194, 10000, 0, ff3ec000, 0)`_setup+0x3a8(78, 64, 64, ffbfffbc, ffbfffcb, ff3cbce4)`_rt_boot+0x88(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)


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