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java142 in IA64

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hgping_1
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java142 in IA64

After I installed java142 in IA64(Version 8.2-1),I got these messages:
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$ java
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual address=000000000000
0454, PC=00000000002975D0, PS=0000001B
%TRACE-F-TRACEBACK, symbolic stack dump follows
image module routine line rel PC abs PC

JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR IA64_SPECS ia64_get_issue_port
9950 0000000000000060 00000000002975D0
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR IPACK ipack_generate_nop_bits
22580 0000000000000EA0 0000000000298C00
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR TL_HS ipack_init_nops
22215 0000000000000C10 00000000002A2220
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR TL_HS tl_ipack_hs_start
21942 0000000000000550 00000000002A1B60
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR 0 000000000060E070 000000000067E070
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR 0 0000000000724770 0000000000794770
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR 0 00000000008FBAC0 000000000096BAC0
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR 0 0000000000F9DDD0 000000000100DDD0
JAVA$HOTSPOT_SHR 0 0000000000A5AC00 0000000000ACAC00
JAVA$JAVA JAVA Java$main_Jacket 11247 0000000000002850 0000000000032850
JAVA$JAVA MAIN_JACKET main 44563 0000000000000340 0000000000046990
JAVA$JAVA MAIN_JACKET __main 44521 0000000000000100 0000000000046750
PTHREAD$RTL THD_THREAD thdBase 242530 0000000000005CC0 FFFFFFFF84549850
PTHREAD$RTL THD_INIT pthread_main 242311 00000000000006C0 FFFFFFFF845006C0
0 FFFFFFFF80B23E10 FFFFFFFF80B23E10
DCL 0 000000000006AE90 000000007AE0AE90
%TRACE-I-END, end of TRACE stack dump

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Hoff
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Re: java142 in IA64

You'll need to ensure all of the mandatory ECO kits installed, including the PTHREADS and TCP/IP ECO kits.

Java is sensitive to a minimal set of ECO kits.

Get the master list text file from the following, and load all mandatory ECOs for OpenVMS I64 V8.2-1, and load the TCP/IP kit. The master list and the ECOs are all in the following area:

ftp://ftp.itrc.hp.com/openvms_patches/ ...

The Java information on ECOs is here:

http://h18012.www1.hp.com/java/download/ivms/1.4.2/sdk1.4.2_patches.html

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This particular stackdump is an access violation (an ACCVIO, and what Unix can call a bus error and Windows a GPF), and followed by a listing of the whole calling sequence leading up to the error. This should not happen in a product. (Details on debugging an ACCVIO in your own code are available starting from HELP/MESSAGE ACCVIO.)

In a released product, this sort of misbehavior usually means either a missing ECO or other critical fix (either for the product, or for something it depends on), a poorly-handled configuration or quota or system parameter error, or it can mean an error in the product itself.

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I'd also look to get to OpenVMS I64 V8.3 and to Java 5.0, when that can be reasonably managed in your environment.


hgping_1
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Re: java142 in IA64

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