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Select Statement Fails With ORA-00600[17114] AND ORA-00600[RWORUPO.1] After Upgrade To 11g (Doc ID 1621712.1)

Last updated on MARCH 07, 2017

Applies to:

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


- The errors: ORA-00600[17114] and ORA-00600[rworupo.1] errors are reported while running:

SQL> select * from dtvorhabenversionen where anmerkung is not null
     order by length(anmerkung) desc;

- The generated trace files contain the following information:

 ========= Dump for incident 37421 (ORA 600 [17114]) ========
 ----- Beginning of Customized Incident Dump(s) -----
 ********** Internal heap ERROR 17114 addr=110f399b0 *********
 ***** Dump of memory around addr 110f399b0:
 HEAP DUMP heap name="session heap"  desc=110936d08
 extent sz=0xffc8 alt=32767 het=32767 rec=0 flg=2 opc=2
 parent=110101eb8 owner=7000006786657b8 nex=0 xsz=0xffb0 heap=0
 fl2=0x60, nex=0, dsxvers=1, dsxflg=0x0
 dsx first ext=0x10940098
 EXTENT 0 addr=111211bc0
  Chunk        111211bd0 sz=    47904    free      "               "
  Chunk        11121d6f0 sz=    17536    freeable  "kxs-heap-w     "  
 EXTENT 1 addr=1112a1f08
  Chunk        1112a1f18 sz=   523384    freeable  "kxs-heap-w     "  
 EXTENT 122 addr=1122b1c20
  Chunk        1122b1c30 sz=     3424    free      "               "
  Chunk        1122b2990 sz=    16408    freeable  "kxs-heap-w     "  
  Chunk        1122b69a8 sz=     4120    freeable  "kxs-heap-w     "  
  Chunk        1122b79c0 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        1122b89f8 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        1122b9a30 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        1122baa68 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
 EXTENT 124 addr=110f31ba8
  Chunk        110f31bb8 sz=     3184    free      "               "
  Chunk        110f32828 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        110f33860 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        110f34898 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        110f358d0 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        110f36908 sz=     4152    freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
  Chunk        110f37940 sz=     4152  NEXT NEXT CHUNK'S PREVIOUS POINTER NOT
 POINTING TO NEXT CHUNK 737420756e626564
  freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "
 110F39A10 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000  [................]
  Repeat 1 times
  Chunk        110f38978 sz=     4152  NEXT CHUNK'S PREVIOUS POINTER NOT
  freeable  "kxsFrame4kPage "

and the call stacks:

----- Call Stack Trace -----
calling              call     entry                argument values in hex    
location             type     point                (? means dubious value)    
-------------------- -------- ------------------------------------------------
kghrcdepth  kghrcappl  kghfrempty_ex  qesmmIPgaFreeCb  ksu_dispatch_tac sorgetqbf  
qersoFetch  qerjotFetch  qerjotFetch  qerjotFetch qerjotFetch  rwsfcd  qerhjFetch  
qerjotFetch  qerjotFetch  rwsfcd qerhjFetch  rwsfcd  qerhjFetch  qerjotFetch  
qerjotFetch qerjotFetch  qerghFetch  qerwnFetch  rwsfcd  qeruaFetch  qervwFetch
qerghFetch  qerflFetchOutside  rwsfcd  qerltFetch  insdlexe insExecStmtExecIniEngine  

---- Call Stack Trace -----
calling              call     entry                argument values in hex    
location             type     point                (? means dubious value)    
-------------------- -------- ------------------------------------------------
kgeadse  kgerinv_internal  kgerinv  kgeasnmierr  rworupo  qersoFetch  opifch2 

- The following debuging steps are used to determine the root cause, but without success:

>>>>> The PLSQL block BadData.CheckObject, doesn't find a corruption:

 SQL> exec
 Table check for TESTCASE.DTVORHABENVERSIONEN found no corrupt data
 PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.
 Procedure created.
>>>>> From Doc ID 869305.1, running:
 cursor c is select rowid from &&table_name order by rowid asc;
 dummy varchar2(1);
 corrupt_row exception;
 pragma exception_init(corrupt_row, &error_to_catch);
 row_id rowid;
 for c_cur in c
 row_id := c_cur.rowid;
 insert into table_corrupt_copy
 select anmerkung  from &&table_name where rowid=c_cur.rowid;
 when corrupt_row then
 end loop;

 No errors.
 PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.
 Checking the no of rows in original table:
 old   1: select '&&table_name',count(*) from &&table_name
 ------------------- ----------
 Checking the no of rows in copy table:
 ------------------ ----------
 table_corrupt_copy    4156151

 Showing the rowid's as catched by the exception handler as set:
 no rows selected

>>>>> The table is analyzed without errors:

 SQL> analyze table TESTCASE.DTVORHABENVERSIONEN validate structure cascade;
 Table analyzed.



The issue is reported after an upgrade from 10gR2 to 11gR2.


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