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"[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 0, ignoring' During Execution Of update_content.sh (Doc ID 1315959.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 6.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 04-Dec-2012***

Symptoms


While running the script update_content.sh, the following error is occurring:

ERROR
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[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 0, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 1, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 2, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 3, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 4, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 5, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 6, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 7, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 0, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 1, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 2, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 3, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 4, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 5, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 6, ignoring.
[WARN ][osal ] Failed to initialize kstat for CPU 7, ignoring.
Build Number is 6.2 (201011012113)

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run the update_content.sh script.
2. Note the errors shown on the screen and update_content log file.

Cause

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