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JVM Core Dump Under $ORACLE_HOMER/dbs Folder (Doc ID 855064.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Server - Enterprise Edition - Version: to - Release: 10.2 to 10.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Frequent core dump generation under the ORACLE_HOME/dbs folder
the cores has the format core.<pid>
The stack is similar to the following:

#0 0x40bcac9c in __pthread_sighandler_rt () from /lib/
#1 <signal handler called>
#2 0x40bc7a06 in pthread_getspecific () from /lib/
#3 0x40b9932a in _dlerror_run () from /lib/
#4 0x40b99a2f in dlopen@GLIBC_2.0 () from /lib/
#5 0x406410b3 in sjonlib_load () from
#6 0x404a8d3a in jon_ncomp_lookup_class_initializer () from
#7 0x404a8963 in jtc_active_clint_init_ncomp_slots () from
#8 0x404a8a92 in jon_get_ncomp_method_fptr () from
#9 0x40648cd6 in jvmc_const_pool_get_ncomp_class_init_ics_encache_clint ()
from /lps/db/home/
#10 0x9e80fac5 in jtcfv_10e0d7bdeda_java_util_Hashtable__keySet ()
from /lps/db/home/

-Stack can be extracted from the core using the information in <> - TECH: Getting a Stack Trace from a CORE file


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