[Orca-users] as: Value too large for defined data type

Stoltzfus, Mark (HQP) Mark.Stoltzfus at rhi.com
Wed Apr 27 11:19:11 PDT 2005

     This happens to me occasionally on our DB2 databases.  It's
actually the "pids" line, using /usr/ucb/ps.  Use /bin/ps instead, just
make sure that you can still see the "orcallator.se" in the ps output.
Since I don't run any of the other SE toolkit tools regularly, I
actually changed the line in my start_orcallator to just check for the
SE toolkit pathname:

pids=`/bin/ps -ef | $AWK 'RICHPse' && !/awk/ {print $2}'`

There are probably better ways to do it.



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Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 6:27 AM
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Subject: [Orca-users] as: Value too large for defined data type

When I run start_orcallator on Solaris 8 system I receive the following
error. I have tried using /usr/local/bin/as and /usr/ccs/bin/as but no

ps: read() on /proc/24679/as: Value too large for defined data type

A quick "you didn't do this" would be appreciated.



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