CRS-8503 CORE DUMP even after applying patch 19366669 (Doc ID 1997476.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.1.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Even after applied patch 19366669, osysmond still keeps generating core dump in regular interval.

From osysmond trace file,

Tue Mar 10 15:05:21 2015
Errors in file /u01/app/grid/diag/crs/frun4891/crs/trace/osysmond.trc
(incident=29537):
CRS-8503 [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] []
Incident details in:
/u01/app/grid/diag/crs/frun4891/crs/incident/incdir_29537/osysmond_i29537.trc
.
2015-03-10 15:05:21.986 [OSYSMOND(25918)]CRS-8503: Oracle Clusterware
OSYSMOND process with operating system process ID 25918 experienced fatal
signal or exception code 11
Sweep [inc][29537]: completed
2015-03-10 15:05:22.296 [OSYSMOND(406)]CRS-8500: Oracle Clusterware OSYSMOND
process is starting with operating system process ID 406


2015-03-13 09:59:28.921639 :CRFMOND:1783301888: asmdskname ASM05, asmpath
ORCL:ASM05, ASMDG DATA
2015-03-13 09:59:28.921649 :CRFMOND:1783301888: asmdskname ASM06, asmpath
ORCL:ASM06, ASMDG DATA
2015-03-13 09:59:28.921659 :CRFMOND:1783301888: asmdskname ASM07, asmpath
ORCL:ASM07, ASMDG DATA
2015-03-13 09:59:28.921670 :CRFMOND:1783301888: asmdskname ASM08, asmpath
ORCL:ASM08, ASMDG DATA
2015-03-13 09:59:28.921679 :CRFMOND:1783301888: asmdskname ASM10, asmpath
ORCL:ASM10, ASMDG FLASH
2015-03-13 09:59:28.921679*:CLSB:1783301888: Oracle Clusterware
infrastructure error in OSYSMOND (OS PID 60149): Fatal signal 11 has occurred
in program osysmond thread 1783301888; nested signal count is 1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------


From Osysmond incident trace file,


CLSB:1783301888: __sighandler() call skgesig_sigactionHa 000000400
000000000 000000000
CLSB:1783301888: ndler() 000000000
? 000000000 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF55C018620 ?
CLSB:1783301888: kfodpdGetKey()+169 signal __sighandler()
7FF5646E9848 000000000
CLSB:1783301888: 000000000
000000000 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF5646E9D70 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
101010101010101 ?
CLSB:1783301888: crfmond_discover()+ call kfodpdGetKey()
7FF5646E9848 000000000
CLSB:1783301888: 3953 clsmond.c:1446
7FF56A4A7078 7FF56A4A6050
CLSB:1783301888: 6
7FF5646E9D70 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
101010101010101 ?
CLSB:1783301888: crfmond_mark_asmdis call crfmond_discover()
7FF56A4A9628 7FF55C024DA0
CLSB:1783301888: ks()+3867 clsmond.c
7FF5646E9848 7FF56A4A73B0
CLSB:1783301888: :15039
7FF564683DE0 000000000
CLSB:1783301888: crfmond_refresh()+7 call crfmond_mark_asmdis
7FF56A4A9628 000794BE0
CLSB:1783301888: 16 clsmond.c:11411 ks()
7FF564683DE0 7FF564021CE0
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF564683DE0 ? 000000000 ?
CLSB:1783301888: start_thread()+230 call crfmond_refresh()
7FF56455EB30 000794BE0 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF564683DE0 ? 7FF564021CE0 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF564683DE0 ? 000000000 ?
CLSB:1783301888: clone()+109 call start_thread()
7FF56A4B0700 000794BE0 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF564683DE0 ? 7FF564021CE0 ?
CLSB:1783301888:
7FF564683DE0 ? 000000000 ?
.



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