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ORA-00600: [17183] during Lob Insert (Doc ID 2565443.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.2.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [17183]


----- Current SQL Statement for this session (sql_id=xxxxxxxxxxxxx) -----
INSERT INTO <TABLE_NAME>
 

ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [17183],


********** Internal heap ERROR 17183 addr=0x7fb1ce2faf88 *********

*** 2019-05-13T07:25:32.877060-05:00
[kdliTrace] kdliLogError
ctx 0x7ffe91515710 {
 op 22.fwritev
 lid 0000000100000ec8c645
 tid tsn: 11 dba: 0x0280c4d1 objd: 117761 objn: 117761
  flg: 0x0000 bfp: 63 bsz: 0 inc: 0 flg2: 0x0001 enc: 0
 status 0
 inode (nil)
 dlen 0
 dver 0
 bytes 280
 err 600
 fill (nil)
 mig 0
 shp 0
 inl 1
 dmp 0
 cbk 0
 cmap 0
 inr 0
 sinr 0
 supl 1
 incom 0
 stime 0
 ttime 0
 dbg { inode: (nil) lid: (nil) dba: 0x00000000 addr: (nil) }
 pctx (nil)
}

 

Call Stack:


ksedsts()+346<-kdliTrace()+1680<-kdliLogError()+2930<-kdli_fwritev()+6114<-kdlxNXWrite()+578<-kdlx_write()+711<-kdlxdup_write1()+602<-kdlw_write()+1678<-kdld_write()+416<-kdla_write()+238<-kdlf_write()+368<-koklicbf()+169<-koklcre()+1332<-kokleva()+1027<-evaopn2()+612
<-qesltcEvalOutofLineCols()+314<-qesltcBeforeRowProcessing()+1193<-qerltcNoKdtBufferedInsRowCBK()+231<-qerltcSingleRowLoad()+281<-qerltcFetch()+391<-insexe()+731<-opiexe()+6330<-kpoal8()+2679<-opiodr()+1229<-ttcpip()+1257<-opitsk()+1940<-opiino()+941<-opiodr()+1229
<-opidrv()+1021<-sou2o()+145<-opimai_real()+455<-ssthrdmain()+417<-main()+262<-__libc_start_main()+256[kdliDumpUgaStats]


----- Current SQL Statement for this session (sql_id=xxxxxxxxxxxxx) -----
INSERT INTO <TABLE_NAME>

There is no lob corruption on the lob column reported above

 

Changes

 

Cause

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