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Error ORA-07445 [kxfp_send_callback()+239] While Working In Parallel Execution (Doc ID 1360511.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Server - Enterprise Edition - Version: 10.2.0.1 to 11.2.0.1 - Release: 10.2 to 11.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The following error occurs in the alert.log file:

Errors in file /opt/oracle/base/diag/rdbms/com/COM2/bdump/com2_s000_24990.trc:
ORA-07445: Exception aufgetreten: CORE Dump [kxfp_send_callback()+239] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000042].

From trace file:

Exception signal: 11 (SIGSEGV), code: 1 (Address not mapped to object), addr: 0x42, PC: [0x1ad6e57, kxfp_send_callback()+239]
*** 2011-05-21 12:07:59.715
ksedmp: internal or fatal error
ORA-07445: Exception aufgetreten: CORE Dump [kxfp_send_callback()+239] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000042]
Current SQL information unavailable - no session.
----- Call Stack Trace -----
calling call entry argument values in hex
location type point (? means dubious value)
-------------------- -------- -------------------- ----------------------------
ksedst()+31 call ksedst1() 000000000 ? 000000001 ?
7F89BBF87D50 ? 7F89BBF87DB0 ?
7F89BBF87CF0 ? 000000000 ?
ksedmp()+610 call ksedst() 000000000 ? 000000001 ?
7F89BBF87D50 ? 7F89BBF87DB0 ?
7F89BBF87CF0 ? 000000000 ?
ssexhd()+629 call ksedmp() 000000003 ? 000000001 ?
7F89BBF87D50 ? 7F89BBF87DB0 ?
7F89BBF87CF0 ? 000000000 ?
__restore_rt()+0 call ssexhd() 00000000B ? 7F89BBF88D70 ?
7F89BBF88C40 ? 7F89BBF87DB0 ?
7F89BBF87CF0 ? 000000000 ?
kxfp_send_callback( signal __restore_rt() 000000000 ? 7FFFAAAF18A8 ?
)+239 60E6DFFE8 ? 6B66827E8 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
ksxpwait()+6722 call kxfp_send_callback( 000000000 ? 7FFFAAAF18A8 ?
) 60E6DFFE8 ? 6B66827E8 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
ksxppoll()+41 call ksxpwait() 000000000 ? 7FFFAAAF18A8 ?
000000000 ? 0002FE2F1 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
ksu_dispatch_tac()+ call ksxppoll() 000000000 ? 7FFFAAAF18A8 ?
402 000000000 ? 0002FE2F1 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
kmcrst()+644 call ksu_dispatch_tac() 000000000 ? 7FFFAAAF18A8 ?
000000000 ? 0002FE2F1 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
kmcdrst()+132 call kmcrst() 69FCC6320 ? 07FFFFFFF ?
000000000 ? 0002FE2F1 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
opikndf2()+2901 call kmcdrst() 69FCC6320 ? 07FFFFFFF ?
000000000 ? 0002FE2F1 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
opitsk()+3232 call opikndf2() 006B5A9E0 ? 000000005 ?
000000003 ? 006B5CDE0 ?
6B7645C38 ? 73FE60537E3B93 ?
opiino()+1024 call opitsk() 000000C27 ? 000000000 ?
000000003 ? 000000001 ?
000000000 ? 574000000000001 ?
opiodr()+1184 call opiino() 00000003C ? 000000004 ?
7FFFAAAF5310 ? 000000001 ?
000000000 ? 574000000000001 ?
opirip()+1288 call opiodr() 00000003C ? 000000004 ?
7FFFAAAF5310 ? 000000000 ?
005C547C0 ? 574000000000001 ?
opidrv()+583 call opirip() 000000032 ? 000000004 ?
7FFFAAAF57E8 ? 000000000 ?
005C547C0 ? 574000000000001 ?
sou2o()+114 call opidrv() 000000032 ? 000000004 ?
7FFFAAAF57E8.

Cause

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