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ORA-07445 [LdiDateCompare()+36] Occurs At The Beginning Of Each Scheduling Window on the Database (Doc ID 1509202.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version to [Release 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


ORA-7445 [LdiDateCompare()+36] is signaled by an MMON slave process in a RAC environment. The trace file written by the error shows no current cursor being executed.


The trace file will contain a stack similar to:


LdiDateCompare <- jsksAddBCastMsg <- jskacbf1 <- jskacbf0 <- rpiswu2 <- jskacbf <- ktcccdel <- ktccpcmt <- ktcCommitTxn <- ket_js_enable <- ket_job_enable <- ket_task_to_job <- ket_aba_main <- ket_aba_start <- ket_aba_slave <- kebm_slave_main <- ksvrdp <- opirip <- opidrv <- sou2o


In the trace, the second set of values in the argument values column will be zeroes:


jsksAddBCastMsg()+1  call     LdiDateCompare()     43499B80C ? 000000000 ?
250                                                7FFF92F315D0 ? 436BDAAC0 ?
                                                   000000040 ? 000000000 ?


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