OCA CORBA Server Does Not Start With Error Ld.so.1 : Referenced Symbol Not Found (Doc ID 950084.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 4.2.0 to 5.2.4 [Release 4.2 to 5.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 04-Sept-2015***


This is a fatal error that could occur when trying to start the CORBA server CORB${ENV_ID}. In this case, the ASAP CORBA server terminates immediately and re-starting repeats the error. There is no work-around.

For reference, here is the standard ASAP CORBA server start-up command that a user will issue:

$ startc -d $CORB

Typically you would look to the ASAP CORBA server CORB${ENV_ID}.diag dialogue file for diagnostics. Here you will see the IOR string being created which is always a positive sign. Unfortunately there is no indication that there is any problem (and hence, nothing is hightlighted).

IOR string for SessionFactory:

>>154016.110: LOW:Construct Session Timeout:36 :SessionTimeoutMgr.cpp.Thread:unknown
Session Checking Interval [1] minutes.
>>154016.123: LOW:cprpcexec :1039:ClientProc.cpp.Thread:C-S
RPC(get_securedata) Complete in 13ms, First Result in 13ms
>>154016.284: LOW:OCA_SvrMain :282 :OCA_SvrMain.cpp.Thread:unknown
Initialization complete, ready to process events ...

Looking further, you will find the targeted error in the ASAP console file – $ASAP_BASE/DATA/logs/ASAP.Console:

[CORBDV02:New Connection (dc2c7v,IT_daemon,*,asapdv01,pid=24827,optimised) ]
[CORBDV02:Server "CORBDV02" is now available to the network ]
[ Configuration tcp/6592/cdr ]
After Impl_is_ready...
Creating session factory (OCASF_CORBDV02)...
Created session factory (marker=OCASF_CORBDV02)...
Unlocking critical section...
ld.so.1: /u02/app/asapdv02/programs/corbaOCASvr: fatal: relocation error: file /u02/app/asapdv02/programs/corbaOCASvr: symbol __1cQXMLPlatformUtilsKInitialize6F_v_: referenced symbol not found


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