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Core Files Generated Under $ORACLE_HOME/dbs Directory (Doc ID 1327258.1)

Last updated on MARCH 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version to [Release 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 09-Nov-2012***


Core files are generated under the $ORACLE_HOME/dbs directory.
The following is the call stack extracted from those core files:

skgdbgcra at 0x100650b04 ($t1) 0x100650b04 (skgdbgcra+0x224) e8410028 ld r2,0x28(r1) (dbx) where skgdbgcra(??) at 0x100650b04 sksdbgcra(??, ??) at 0x10312c6e8 ksdbgcra() at 0x10312c2ac ksfcra(??) at 0x100176e0c kgepop(??, ??, ??) at 0x10008cd74 kgesinv(??, ??, ??, ??, ??) at 0x100091a10 kgesinw(0xfffffffffffc130, 0x645f34002e70616c, 0x400000004, 0x0, 0x5, 0x0, 0xacc01ade, 0x0) at 0x100091aa4 skgmattach(??, ??, ??, ??) at 0x1000e8aac ksmlsge_phaseone(??) at 0x1006b09ac opimai_init(??, ??, ??, ??) at 0x10000075c opimai_real(??, ??) at 0x1000009f4 ssthrdmain(??, ??) at 0x100141c64 main(??, ??) at 0x100000658 (dbx) quit


The call stack should be extracted on the same system where it is generated.
For extracting the call stack, please refer to
<Note 1812.1> - TECH: Getting a Stack Trace from a CORE file
<Note 362791.1> - STACKX User Guide




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