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SIGPIPE error

Keith Moodie
Occasional Advisor

SIGPIPE error

I am running a database on a XP1000 (running Tru64 5.1A)
The following error message is being written into the database log file (message log)

----------- -----------
due to
Pipe signal (SIGPIPE)
@PC=3ff800d2828,PS=8,PV=3ff801e4330,GP=3ffc009e560,SP=11fffb4b0,VFP=11fffb4b0,RA=3ff80170c74,v0=20
a0-5[0,0,0,1,1e,1]
t0-11[0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0]
s0-5[3ffc0080088,3ffc00a0d28,47,0,0,0]
----------- -----------

Has anyone had a similar experience ?

Thank you in anticipation

1 REPLY
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: SIGPIPE error

Hi Keith,

it looks like a process wants to write into a pipe, where there is no reader on the other side:
SIGPIPE 13 Write on a pipe when there is no process to read it.

taken from man 4 signal.

greetings,

Michael