E-COB: After Upgrade RemoteCall Produced This Error: rts64 : Error 198 encountered during finalization (Doc ID 1595782.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2013

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.53 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Sample Environment:
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PeopleTools 8.53.x
HRMS 9.0  Test environment
Red Hat Enterprise 5 Linux x86-64
Server express 5.1 WP6 64 bit

Oracle DBMS 11.2.0.4.0

Issue:
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The site upgraded to PeopleTools 8.53 and all COBOL are failing.  For example, when site runs PTPDBTST, a simple COBOL that tests the connection to the database, it says successful but upon examining the log, the following error is seen in the log.  This was working before the PT 8.53 upgrade, but it has not worked since then.    

The Remote Call Test button does not work. It produces the following error: "(2,-1) FUNCLIB_UTIL.RC_TEST_PB.FieldChange  PCPC:2143  Statement:26"

Error from the PTPDBTST log file :
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SUCCESSFUL DATABASE CONNECTION
SUCCESSFUL DATABASE DISCONNECT
28896: 1382033919: PSPAL::Abort: Unexpected signal received
28896: 1382033919: PSPAL::Abort: Location: /vob/peopletools/src/pspal/exception_sigaction.cpp:494: RecoverableSignalHandler
28896: 1382033919: PSPAL::Abort: Generating process state report to ./process_state.txt
28896: 1382033919: PSPAL::Abort: Terminating process now.
rts64 : Error 198 encountered during finalization

The process_state.txt shows:

Exception context:
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Signal: (11) SIGSEGV - Segmentation fault

Signal information:
    Signal was generated by the kernel
    si_signo=11      (SIGSEGV - Segmentation fault)
    si_errno=0  
    si_code=1        (address not mapped to object)
    si_addr=0x10

Cause

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