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Hi All,
Environment: Oracle apps 11.5.8, Oracle 9.2.0.5, HP UX B.11.11

While analyzing the Alert Log I saw the following ORA-600 error:

Errors in file /mnt/oraprod/proddb/admin/prod/udump/prod_ora_21505.trc:
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [7999], [113], [], [], [],
[], [], []

The analysis of the trace file shows the following:

SESSION ID:(916.1719) 2004-09-28 17:35:07.990

2004-09-28 17:35:07.990
ksedmp: internal or fatal error
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [7999], [113], [], [], [],
[], [], []
No current SQL statement being executed.
----- PL/SQL Call Stack -----
object line object
handle number name
c00000012b4e1318 0 procedure CTXSYS.SYNCRN
c000000101e18c28 1 anonymous block
----- Call Stack Trace -----
calling call entry argument values in
hex
location type point (? means dubious
value)
-------------------- -------- --------------------

ksedmp()+184 ? ksedst() 4000000002EA463F ?
000000039 ? 000000004
?
8000000100124378 ?
ksfdmp()+32 ? ksedmp() 000000000 ? 400000000
?
000000071 ?
40000000005DC610 ?
kgeriv()+152 ? ksfdmp() 000000071 ?
40000000005DC610 ?
8000000100122E18 ?
8000000100122E18 ?
kgeasi()+172 ? kgeriv() 8000000100122E18 ?
0001200FF ?
kgeasi()+172 ? kgeriv() 8000000100122E18 ?
0001200FF ?
8000000100126D48 ?
400000000117577B ?
..........................
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A search of metalink didn't bear much fruits except that this is related
to BLOBs.

Has anyone any idea about the same? I have a TAR open, but would like to
hear from you guys.

Anyways, what does "ksedmp" mean?

Regards
Naveen

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  • Gogala, Mladen at Sep 29, 2004 at 6:24 am
    Comments inline.
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Nahata, Naveen (US - Hyderabad) [SMTP:nnahata_at_deloitte.com]
    Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 5:52 AM
    To: ORACLE-L_at_freelists.org
    Subject: ORA-600 [7999][113]


    Has anyone any idea about the same? I have a TAR open, but would like to
    hear from you guys.
    What would you like to hear from us? That we all envy you? That
    we're alive and well?

    We are (waving hand).
    Anyways, what does "ksedmp" mean?
    Not in front of the ladies, Naeveen, please.

    Naveen, ksedmp is oracle's method for dumping stack. When a new and
    exciting event like

    ORA-600 or ORA-7445 is encountered, oracle then calls ksedmp to
    "dump core". and write

    a trace file.
  • K Gopalakrishnan at Sep 29, 2004 at 7:09 am
    Naveen,
    Anyways, what does "ksedmp" mean?
    KSEDMP is the functions which dumps the error stack/process state
    depending on the failure (Kernel Services Errorstack DuMP or something
    similar to that). BTW your errorstack is not complete. We need the
    functions followed by KGE to get the cause as KGE is also a generic
    error reporting function.. Just post the some more lines (after KGE
    functions) and someone (!) may be able to help you.

    --

    Best Regards,
    K Gopalakrishnan
    Co-Author: Oracle Wait Interface, Oracle Press 2004
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/007222729X/
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