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ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied

 
mparasur
Advisor

ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied

Hi,

One of my application team is facing error when running one script which will fetch the list of users currently connected to the DB. The error is "ACE_Malloc_T::ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied
ACE_Malloc_T::ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied"

DB team confirmed there is nothing problem from their side and they want check on the server side. I checked the directory/file permission and it seems OK. Can you suggest what is this error and how can we solve this?

Thanks in Advance,
Mani
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Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied

I know nothing, but it might be easier for us
non-psychics to make a guess if you revealed
even a tiny bit of information about the
software (and/or hardware) involved here.

uname -a

> [...] one script [...]

I can't see it from here.

> [...] the DB [...]

Not a very detailed description of anything.

> Can you suggest [...]

With my weak psychic powers, no.

Re: ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied

These look like messages from a C++ application, not a script.
I'm not sure why a memory allocation function would get Permission denied vs ENOMEM?
bigdaddy68
Advisor

Re: ACE_Malloc_T: Permission denied

Hi Mani,

Try using 'tusc' (trace unix system calls) on HP-UX and then re-run whatever causes you're "permission denied" error while you log the 'tusc' output..

tusc ( or truss ) -f option will trace forked threads and you could probably see the syscalls that lead up to you're failure..

Since ACE is a comms framework usually layered atop TCP/IP you might also want to consider using Wireshark to see what's going over the network..if you're issue happens to be caused over the network...

bigdaddy68

BigDaddy68