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Machine core dumps

Machine core dumps

iam using a hpux 11.00 machine and installed omniback3.5 the machine core dumps saying "DATA MEMORY PROTECTION FAULT" WHAT MAY BE THE CAUESE is it any problem with omni3.5 or some problem in my system hardware
5 REPLIES
Michael Tully
Honored Contributor

Re: Machine core dumps

Hi,

Please advise exactly where this problem
is being experienced. When installing the
OmniBack product in swinstall or after
when trying to start the product through
xomni?

rgs
Michael
Anyone for a Mutiny ?

Re: Machine core dumps

You do not specify what OS version, nor the system model, But I suspect you will need to get the core dump that is produced in /var/adm/crash analysed by HP.
I seem to recall that most DMPF panics are often hardware induced.
My house is the bank's, my money the wife's, But my opinions belong to me, not HP!
Magdi KAMAL
Respected Contributor

Re: Machine core dumps

Hi,

locate the core dump file and execute the command :

# strings core ? more

to see which module is core dumping, it would be a good start point.
Bill McNAMARA_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Machine core dumps

do you experience this with other apps?

Your kernel may need retuneing or your memory might need replacing, anything in syslog.log relating to memory parity errors etc..

You should send the tombstone and kernel you're running to hp and get them to debug it with q4.. (see /var/adm/crash/ts99)

later,
Bill

It works for me (tm)
Vincenzo Restuccia
Honored Contributor

Re: Machine core dumps

Try increase maxdsiz and maxssiz and maxswapchunks in kernel parameters.