Pipeline Core Dumps During Startup (Doc ID 744921.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.2.1.0.0 to 7.2.1.0.1 [Release 7.2.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This problem can occur on any platform.
*Checked for relevance on 17-Jan-2014

Symptoms

Pipeline core dumps during start-up.

As a workaround to make pipeline start, the events in the queue needs to get puged. After purging the events in queue, the pipeline starts and pipeline can dequeue the new events normally.

stack trace of the core

 ffffffff78d1c770 __sigprocmask (ffffffff78d1f4b8, 1, ffffffff5a001d18, ffffffff5a001c50, ffffffff59ffff90, ffffffff5a001d1c) + 8
 ffffffff78d10b68 _sigon (ffffffff5a001c50, ffffffff5a001d18, ffffffff5a001d08, ffffffff5a00011c, ffffffff5a001c50, ffffffff78e20000) + d0
 ffffffff78d13d34 _thrp_kill (0, 17, ffffffff78e20000, ffffffff5a001c50, 0, 17) + 10c
 ffffffff78553f04 raise (6, 0, 0, 0, ffffffffffffffff, ffffffff786bfff0) + 4c
 ffffffff7853d30c abort (ffffffff786b6f60, 47, 47, 7efefeff, 81010100, ff00) + 100
 ffffffff7853d604 _assert (ffffffff7f20b7ed, ffffffff7f20b806, 18b, ffffffff7f20b7ed, ffffffff6f5b34ac, ffffffff6f74ccf8) + 54
 ffffffff7f204040 __1cJhoardHeapJsizeClass6FkL_i_ (2fbc46cb0, 2b0, 1091b4, ffffffff7f20337c, ffffffff7f30d190, 0) + 70
 ffffffff7f203808 __1cKthreadHeapGmalloc6MkL_pv_ (ffffffff76147078, 0, 0, ffffffff7f20b579, 19, ffffffff7f30d190) + 28
 ffffffff7f205f48 malloc (2fbc46cb0, 2a8, 1072dc, ffffffff6f5a3ed0, ffffffff7f30def0, 0) + a0
 ffffffff7f20357c __1c2n6FL_pv_ (2fbc46cb0, 11a8ce49d, 7ffffc00, 0, 11a8ce470, 0) + 4
 ffffffff7a56a3e8 __1cE__rwN__rw_allocate6FLi_pv_ (2fbc46cb0, 0, e000000000000000, ffffffff5a000970, 11a8ce470, 0) + 8
 ffffffff7e8e9c70 __1cDstdJallocator4nDBASGString__Iallocate6MLpkv_pn0C__ (ffffffff5a000d50, 5f788d96, 0, ffffffff7e8e9a74, ffffffff7eb27cf0, 0) + 8
 ffffffff7e8ea4d8 __1cDstdGvector4nDBASGString_n0AJallocator4n0C____K_C_realloc6ML_v_ (ffffffff5a000d50, 56caaf43, 0, ffffffff6f5b2f90, 104bcc, 0) + 6c
 ffffffff6f5b345c __1cDstdGvector4nDBASGString_n0AJallocator4n0C____Hreserve6ML_v_ (ffffffff5a000d50, 56caaf43, ffffffff5a000bef, 199908, ffffffff6f5b34ac, ffffffff6f74ccf8) + 74
 ffffffff6f5b1ab0 __1cTRWTValOrderedVector4nDBASGString_nDstdJallocator4n0B____Gresize6ML_v_ (ffffffff5a000d50, 56caaf43, 1, ffffffff7d02c0ec, ffffffff7d02c1fc, 0) + c
 ffffffff6f5acab0 __1cTRWTValOrderedVector4nDBASGString_nDstdJallocator4n0B____2t5B6ML_v_ (ffffffff5a000d50, 56caaf43, 214, 18, 0, 12905be08) + 24
 ffffffff6f5a3ed0 __1cDDATHBalanceLBatchPlugInWprocessAddBalanceGroup6MpnJpin_flist__b_ (10162c100, 1000, 0, 11a895ee0, 11a896360, 1) + 2d8
 ffffffff6f5a68b8 __1cDDATHBalanceLBatchPlugInMreceiveEvent6MpnJpin_flist_rknMRWDBDateTime_rknDBASGString__b_ (10162c100, 11afc6420, 1000, ffffffff6f643339, ffffffff5a000ee0, ffffffff5a000f10) + 80c
 ffffffff7314a0f0 __1cDDATIListenerGPlugInGnotify6MpkcrknMRWDBDateTime_rknJRWCString_b_b_ (1002fa440, 10162c1c0, 100224038, ffffffff5a001258, ffffffff5a001250, ffffffff5a001290) + 5c0
 ffffffff7316a8f4 __1cDDATIListenerOListenerThreadGnotify6MrnIEventMsg__v_ (1023cf760, 11a8cd8f0, 0, 1201d0, 11ab09b28, ffffffff7328aa70) + 5c
 ffffffff7316a3ec __1cDDATIListenerOListenerThreadTprocessEventMessage6MrnIEventMsg__v_ (1023cf760, 11a8cd8f0, 0, 1291457d8, 11a82e700, ffffffff7328aa70) + 17c
 ffffffff73169e78 __1cDDATIListenerOListenerThreadHexecute6M_v_ (1023cf760, a, 11a8cd8f0, 5f12, ffffffff7328aa70, ffffffff5a001748) + 280
 ffffffff731596e8 __1cPRWTFunctor0MImp4nDDATIListenerOListenerThread_Cv_Drun6kM_v_ (11a7c0250, ffffffff73169bf8, 1023cf760, ffffffff7a10907c, ffffffff7e19a640, 0) + 10
 ffffffff79e75b7c __1cTRWThreadFunctionImpDrun6M_v_ (11a7c0250, 0, ffffffff731596d8, ffffffff7e4b8a78, ffffffff7a212250, ffffffff73291700) + 7c
 ffffffff79e4ee40 __1cNRWRunnableImpEexec6M_v_ (ffffffff5a001a08, 10023e320, ffffffff5a0019f8, ffffffff79e4db8c, ffffffff79fd6ec8, 1) + dc
 ffffffff79e7734c __1cLRWThreadImpEexec6M_v_ (10023e320, ffffffff78e20000, ffffffff5a001b98, 0, 0, 17) + 24
 ffffffff79e772dc RWThreadImp_entry (10023e320, ffffffff78e22bb0, 0, 1, ffffffff78e20000, 0) + 4
 ffffffff78d1ecd8 _thread_start (10023e320, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 40



Cause

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