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RE: 11.5.8 AIX database tier clone issue

From: Bellow, Bambi <bbellow_at_chi.navtech.com>
Date: Tue, 06 Jan 2004 08:19:33 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.005DBDAD.20040106081933@fatcity.com>




11.5.8 AIX database tier clone issue



I suppose if it's going to panic, it's only fair that you should too.  :)
 
I ran into something similar in Oracle Financials last year.  We were never able to get a satisfactory answer from Oracle as to what was happening or why, but they did send out a patch set which took care of the situation, and, I suppose, in the long run, that turned out to be "good enough".  I am sorry I cannot remember more like whether the stackpointer was anywhere near the same, or those great special characters (tres cool).
 
Somehow, this situation just smacks of Douglas Adams!
 
Best wishes for the new year,
Bambi.
-----Original Message-----
From: April Wells [mailto:AWells@csedge.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 9:00 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
Subject: 11.5.8 AIX database tier clone issue

Okay... this is really cool... although the coolness is almost funny (ALMOST... I have been trying to autoconfig clone for 2 months... )

Have looked on metalink and have an ITAR in progress... but wanted to know if anyone had ever seen this error...

Beginning database tier Apply - Tue Jan  6 08:04:49 2004
                                                        
*** panic: GC: getStaticField failed: 0)/!pBB"$t     
                                                        
SIGABRT 6 (*) abort process                             
        stackpointer=2ff21940                           
                                                        
ERROR while running Apply...                            
Tue Jan  6 08:04:49 2004                                

It really scares me when my database TELLS me to panic...
any suggestions on where to start on this while Oracle tries their end?

April Wells
Oracle DBA/Oracle Apps DBA
Corporate Systems
Amarillo Texas
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