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ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault

til
Occasional Contributor

ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault

Hello everyone,

I have two Alpha ES40s working in clustered mode running 4.0f and latest patch kit. Yesterday one of the server rebooted automatically giving kernel memory fault. Crash-data gives error :
trap: invalid memory read access from kernel mode
Crash-data file is attached.

Any help is appreciated

Thanks
Mohan
4 REPLIES

Re: ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault

Thread posted in wrong forum, moved from HP-UX to Tru64
My house is the bank's, my money the wife's, But my opinions belong to me, not HP!
Venkatesh BL
Honored Contributor

Re: ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault

Looks like one of the oracle processes triggered this.
As this is a 4.0 system, filing a case with HP support (provided you have the essential support contracts) could resolve it soon.
Johan Brusche
Honored Contributor

Re: ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault


Just as check, do you have:

vm:
new-wire-method = 0

vfs:
fifo-do-adaptive = 0

in /etc/sysconfigtab
These are Oracle required settings for this version and patchlevel of the Tru64 OS.

__ Johan./

_JB_
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: ES40 tru64 4.0f latest patch kit rebooted giving kernel memory fault

Hi,

latest patch kit means patch kit 8, right?

greetings,

Michael