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Server Reboot With Error "ERROR: Unable To Normalize Symbol Name" After Applying GI RU 12.2.0.1.210119 (Doc ID 2778714.1)

Last updated on MAY 25, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

alert.log

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2021-04-11 20:30:45.889 [CSSDAGENT(25979)]CRS-1661: The CSS daemon is not responding. Reboot will occur in 7067 milliseconds; Details at (:CLSN00111:) in <ORACLE_BASE>/diag/crs/<HOSTNAME>/crs/trace/ohasd_cssdagent_root.trc
2021-04-11 20:30:50.148 [CSSDMONITOR(25977)]CRS-1661: The CSS daemon is not responding. Reboot will occur in 2808 milliseconds; Details at (:CLSN00111:) in <ORACLE_BASE>/diag/crs/<HOSTNAME>/crs/trace/ohasd_cssdmonitor_root.trc
2021-04-11 20:30:50.190 [CSSDAGENT(25979)]CRS-1661: The CSS daemon is not responding. Reboot will occur in 2766 milliseconds; Details at (:CLSN00111:) in <ORACLE_BASE>/diag/crs/<HOSTNAME>/crs/trace/ohasd_cssdagent_root.trc
2021-04-11T20:30:53.826981+05:30
ERROR: Unable to normalize symbol name for the following short stack (at offset 259):
dbgePostErrorDirectVaList_int()+6288<-dbgePostErrorDirect()+784<-clsdAdr_process_CRS_8503()+4080<-clsdAdrPostError()+1072<-clsdadrpr_CreateIncidentCheck()+144<-clsdadrprAlert()+3952<-clsd_malertprintftSig()+224<-clsbSigErrCB()+1040<-C000000021A92F90<-<kernel><-__lwp_kill()+48<-__pthread_kill()+2512<-_raise()+224<-abort()+544<-slzabort()+96<-scls_abort()+48<-clssscExit()+6224<-clssscagAgLsnr()+336<-clssscthrdmain()+560<-__pthread_bound_body()+448
Errors in file <ORACLE_BASE>/diag/crs/<HOSTNAME>/crs/trace/ocssd.trc  (incident=17):
CRS-8503 [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] []
Incident details in: <ORACLE_BASE>/diag/crs/<HOSTNAME>/crs/incident/incdir_17/ocssd_i17.trc

2021-04-11 20:30:53.820 [OCSSD(25981)]CRS-8503: Oracle Clusterware process OCSSD with operating system process ID 25981

 

Changes

 Applied GI RU 12.2.0.1.210119( 32226491)

Cause

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