[Orca-users] Seg Fault on 2 Sunfire 280's

Big Chuck ccarson at echeeba.com
Wed Jul 30 18:40:15 PDT 2003

Blair Zajac wrote:
> Big Chuck wrote:
>>Blair Zajac wrote:
>>>Big Chuck wrote:
>>>>I am at a loss. I can find no different on these machines other than the
>>>>fact that the working machines on running Veritas Foundation Suite and
>>>>the two databases are running Database Edition for Oracle. (thus not a
>>>>whole hell of a lot of difference)
>>>>Any ideas?
>>>Look for any oddly named filesystem devices in /dev and /devices.  They
>>>may need to be removed.
>>>Also, you can run orcallator.se with -d and you'll get debugging output
>>>which will be useful to see where it crashes.
>>Odd, I just installed it onto an E4500 that also has Database Edition
>>for Oracle with the /dev/odm and /dev/qlog devices entry it works on
>>that box.
>>Hmmm, I am at a loss. Unfortunately the main system I wanted to monitor
>>was one of the 280's that it does not work on. =(
> Those two devices won't cause the crash.
> Did you run the find?
> Did you run se -d?
> Best,
> Blair

I ran the find and it did not find any files with spaces. When I run se 
-d orcallator.se, I get several pages of output but here are the last 
several lines:

strcpy(short_name<ssd1,c>, GLOBAL_disk_info[15].short_name<ssd1,d>)
if (j<15> > <0>)
if (strncmp(first_name<sd6>, short_name<ssd1,d>, first_len<3>) == <0>)
if (strcmp(RAW_disk[2].short_name[2]<9>, short_name<ssd1,d>) == <0>)
strcpy(short_name<ssd1,d>, GLOBAL_disk_info[16].short_name<ssd1,e>)
if (j<16> > <0>)
if (strncmp(first_name<sd6>, short_name<ssd1,e>, first_len<3>) == <0>)
if (strcmp(RAW_disk[2].short_name[2]<9>, short_name<ssd1,e>) == <0>)
strcpy(short_name<ssd1,e>, GLOBAL_disk_info[17].short_name<ssd1,g>)
if (j<17> > <0>)
if (strncmp(first_name<sd6>, short_name<ssd1,g>, first_len<3>) == <0>)
if (strcmp(RAW_disk[2].short_name[2]<9>, short_name<ssd1,g>) == <0>)
strcpy(short_name<ssd1,g>, GLOBAL_disk_info[18].short_name<(nil)>)
Segmentation Fault


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