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E-VERITY: Application Search Produces A Core File, fails on exception_sigaction.cpp:494: unknown, No Search Results; (Doc ID 2098558.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.53 and later
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
Domain is configured on a Solaris Unix box & a Scheduler is configured there as well.
They have a NT scheduler configured on a Windows box to handle Crystal, NVision reports & do some Excel reports.


Problem seen in Prod env in this case, with multiple applications in use. When a search is done in the application, it returns nothing. The following errors appear in the APPSRV.LOG file:

PSAPPSRV.16046 (56) [2015-09-30T10:09:46.323 Fxxxx@xxxx.xx.xx (IE 9.0; WIN7) ICPanel](0) CVQueryType2::Execute: failed: Failed to receive the reply data from the unnamed pipe. The returning unnamed pipe status is: ^G
PSAPPSRV.16046 (57) [2015-09-30T10:09:49.743 Fxxxx@xxxx.xx.xx (IE 9.0; WIN7) ICScript](0) Pipe Failure -- read() returned with zero bytes while 4 bytes were expected. This suggests that the pipe is no longer connected.
PSAPPSRV.16046 (57) [2015-09-30T10:09:50.743 Fxxxx@xxxx.xx.xx (IE 9.0; WIN7) ICScript](2) Killed companion process 17544

Also, it registered many of such files in the LOGS dir: psveritypipeexec.19507.

With the Gateway option, when trying to configure, had the following errors:
Generating new Domains Gateway configuration...
Generating new Domains Gateway configuration...
Loading validation table...
3434: 1446207644: PSPAL::Abort: Unexpected signal received
3434: 1446207644: PSPAL::Abort: Location: /vob/peopletools/src/pspal/exception_sigaction.cpp:494: unknown
3434: 1446207644: PSPAL::Abort: Generating process state report to ./process_state.txt
3434: 1446207644: PSPAL::Abort: Terminating process now.

UBBGEN encountered an error while configuring!

NOTE: Without Gateway option, the Prod applications are available to use.




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