Dm Core Dump During Recursive Audit_object (Doc ID 800284.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 19, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 6.5.0.1.1 to 7.3.0.0.1 [Release 6.5.0 to 7.3.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

What is the reason of a dm crash with the following core dump:

$ pstack core.dm.ese2igs2.5515.1237286028 | head
core 'core.dm.ese2igs2.5515.1237286028' of 5515:
/opt/portaldb/6.5/bin/dm_batch_largeaccts2_ese2ins2
de16ef10 audit_object (dfd47230, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 8
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd471f0, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd471b0, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd47170, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd47130, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd470f0, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd470b0, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd47070, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
de16ef6c audit_object (dfd47030, deadd328, deee7350, ffbfe598, 0, 0) + 64
... (called recursively several thousand times)

Solution

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