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11.9.2.1 EBF8613 on NT4SP5 Stack trace

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Fred Seen Posted on 1999-12-02 03:29:02.0Z
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Hi Sybase Gurus :

The SQL server that we are running is 11.9.2.1 EBF8613 on NT4 with SP5
installed. We've observed that the SQL server generates the stack traces
below quite frequently (weekly). Is there any patch to this bug (I
suppose)? Can anyone help me ?

============================ Stack Trace 1==================================
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.13 kernel SQL Server system
exception (0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.35 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x340034, 0x14ddd44, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x14de298, 0x270f, 0x2)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88b114 pcstkwalk+ 0x224
(0x340034, 0x2, 0x270f, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88acae ucstkgentrace+
0x1ce (0x340034, 0x1, 0x14dff98, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x86a404 ucbacktrace+ 0x84
(0xc0000005, 0x7800885f, 0x14de524, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8630d4 kiexception+
0x1b4 (0x1, 0x54d60, 0xffffffff, 0x77f04ee8)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x4017fd scm__main+ 0xfd
(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x77dd8bec ADVAPI32.dll
(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
service process: kpid 3407924
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel engine 0, os pid 120 exited
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel Could not replace infected
engine.
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.40 kernel Abnormal exit detected - SQL
Server process level execution bindings will be cleared on startup.
00:00000:00000:1999/12/02 08:52:20.31 kernel Using config area from primary
master device.
============================================================================
===

=============================== Stack Trace 2
===================================
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:45.95 kernel SQL Server system exception
(0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
address)(0x20036a20, 0x2affcb4, 0x0, 0x0)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
address)(0x1, 0x0, 0x203fed4, 0x8955d7)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3dc9 syb_io_poll+ 0xb9
(0x1, 0x20012960, 0x0, 0x203fed4)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3e4a os_schedcoma+
0x1a (0x1, 0x20012960, 0x2001a444, 0x93e07c)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8955d7 kpcheckio+ 0xe7
(0x0, 0x0, 0x2, 0x20012960)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x89466d kpsched+ 0xc0d
(0x9c406a, 0x21050808, 0x6, 0x80f8a9ec)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x893a16 kpstartsched+
0xa6 (0x9c406a, 0x6, 0x21050808, 0x9c406a)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x86d361 kestartup+ 0x451
(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x77f04ee8 KERNEL32.dll
(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
service process: kpid 3997757
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel engine 1, os pid 536 exited
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel Could not replace infected
engine.
01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.65 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
============================================================================
===

Fred Seen
seenf@kmb.com.hk


Tricia Crighton Posted on 1999-12-14 16:51:19.0Z
From: tricia.crighton@ecm.emap.com (Tricia Crighton)
Subject: Re: 11.9.2.1 EBF8613 on NT4SP5 Stack trace
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 16:51:19 GMT
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Hi,

We had this problem with NT4 SP4, there is a one off SWR 8702 for
ASE 11.9.2.1 which doesn't stop the Server, but, just prints
diagnostic messages to the log instead.

You need to request this from Sybase. Quote Bug Reference: 205929.

Regards,
Tricia.

On Thu, 2 Dec 1999 11:29:02 +0800, "Fred Seen" <seenf@kmb.com.hk>

wrote:

>Hi Sybase Gurus :
>
> The SQL server that we are running is 11.9.2.1 EBF8613 on NT4 with SP5
>installed. We've observed that the SQL server generates the stack traces
>below quite frequently (weekly). Is there any patch to this bug (I
>suppose)? Can anyone help me ?
>
>============================ Stack Trace 1==================================
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.13 kernel SQL Server system
>exception (0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.35 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
>os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x340034, 0x14ddd44, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
>os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x14de298, 0x270f, 0x2)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88b114 pcstkwalk+ 0x224
>(0x340034, 0x2, 0x270f, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88acae ucstkgentrace+
>0x1ce (0x340034, 0x1, 0x14dff98, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x86a404 ucbacktrace+ 0x84
>(0xc0000005, 0x7800885f, 0x14de524, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8630d4 kiexception+
>0x1b4 (0x1, 0x54d60, 0xffffffff, 0x77f04ee8)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x4017fd scm__main+ 0xfd
>(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x77dd8bec ADVAPI32.dll
>(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
>service process: kpid 3407924
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel engine 0, os pid 120 exited
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel Could not replace infected
>engine.
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.40 kernel Abnormal exit detected - SQL
>Server process level execution bindings will be cleared on startup.
>00:00000:00000:1999/12/02 08:52:20.31 kernel Using config area from primary
>master device.
>============================================================================
>===
>
>=============================== Stack Trace 2
>===================================
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:45.95 kernel SQL Server system exception
>(0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
>address)(0x20036a20, 0x2affcb4, 0x0, 0x0)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
>address)(0x1, 0x0, 0x203fed4, 0x8955d7)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3dc9 syb_io_poll+ 0xb9
>(0x1, 0x20012960, 0x0, 0x203fed4)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3e4a os_schedcoma+
>0x1a (0x1, 0x20012960, 0x2001a444, 0x93e07c)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8955d7 kpcheckio+ 0xe7
>(0x0, 0x0, 0x2, 0x20012960)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x89466d kpsched+ 0xc0d
>(0x9c406a, 0x21050808, 0x6, 0x80f8a9ec)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x893a16 kpstartsched+
>0xa6 (0x9c406a, 0x6, 0x21050808, 0x9c406a)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x86d361 kestartup+ 0x451
>(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x77f04ee8 KERNEL32.dll
>(0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
>service process: kpid 3997757
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel engine 1, os pid 536 exited
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel Could not replace infected
>engine.
>01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.65 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
>============================================================================
>===
>
>Fred Seen
>seenf@kmb.com.hk
>
>
>

DBA
EMAP Consumer Magazines Ltd.


Tony Imbierski Posted on 1999-12-06 11:25:12.0Z
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Fred,

This is fixed. The fix should be in swr 8671.

cheers,
tonyi
ASE Engineering

Fred Seen wrote:

> Hi Sybase Gurus :
>
> The SQL server that we are running is 11.9.2.1 EBF8613 on NT4 with SP5
> installed. We've observed that the SQL server generates the stack traces
> below quite frequently (weekly). Is there any patch to this bug (I
> suppose)? Can anyone help me ?
>
> ============================ Stack Trace 1==================================
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.13 kernel SQL Server system
> exception (0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.35 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
> os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x340034, 0x14ddd44, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8aa837
> os_get_cur_stk_desc+ 0x57 (0x14ddd44, 0x14de298, 0x270f, 0x2)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88b114 pcstkwalk+ 0x224
> (0x340034, 0x2, 0x270f, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x88acae ucstkgentrace+
> 0x1ce (0x340034, 0x1, 0x14dff98, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x86a404 ucbacktrace+ 0x84
> (0xc0000005, 0x7800885f, 0x14de524, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.36 kernel pc: 0x8630d4 kiexception+
> 0x1b4 (0x1, 0x54d60, 0xffffffff, 0x77f04ee8)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x4017fd scm__main+ 0xfd
> (0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel pc: 0x77dd8bec ADVAPI32.dll
> (0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
> service process: kpid 3407924
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel engine 0, os pid 120 exited
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel Could not replace infected
> engine.
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.38 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/01 22:01:46.40 kernel Abnormal exit detected - SQL
> Server process level execution bindings will be cleared on startup.
> 00:00000:00000:1999/12/02 08:52:20.31 kernel Using config area from primary
> master device.
> ============================================================================
> ===
>
> =============================== Stack Trace 2
> ===================================
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:45.95 kernel SQL Server system exception
> (0xc0000005) generated by a storage access violation.
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
> address)(0x20036a20, 0x2affcb4, 0x0, 0x0)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x0 (suspect virtual
> address)(0x1, 0x0, 0x203fed4, 0x8955d7)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3dc9 syb_io_poll+ 0xb9
> (0x1, 0x20012960, 0x0, 0x203fed4)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8a3e4a os_schedcoma+
> 0x1a (0x1, 0x20012960, 0x2001a444, 0x93e07c)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x8955d7 kpcheckio+ 0xe7
> (0x0, 0x0, 0x2, 0x20012960)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x89466d kpsched+ 0xc0d
> (0x9c406a, 0x21050808, 0x6, 0x80f8a9ec)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.56 kernel pc: 0x893a16 kpstartsched+
> 0xa6 (0x9c406a, 0x6, 0x21050808, 0x9c406a)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x86d361 kestartup+ 0x451
> (0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel pc: 0x77f04ee8 KERNEL32.dll
> (0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0)
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel end of stack trace, kernel
> service process: kpid 3997757
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel engine 1, os pid 536 exited
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.63 kernel Could not replace infected
> engine.
> 01:00000:00000:1999/11/18 17:06:46.65 kernel ueshutdown: exiting
> ============================================================================
> ===
>
> Fred Seen
> seenf@kmb.com.hk


Eric T. J. Hogue Posted on 1999-12-06 19:02:46.0Z
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Tony Imbierski wrote in message <384B9D18.63CD2076@sybase.com>...
>Fred,
>
>This is fixed. The fix should be in swr 8671.
>
>cheers,
>tonyi
>ASE Engineering
>

Any word yet on when this will be available?

I'm looking on http://download.sybase.com/esd/sqlsrv.html

Is there another place I can find it?

Eric


Tony Imbierski Posted on 1999-12-06 19:25:20.0Z
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I thought this was already available. If you need this SWR urgently
please call tech support.

cheers,
tonyi

"Eric T. J. Hogue" wrote:

> Tony Imbierski wrote in message <384B9D18.63CD2076@sybase.com>...
> >Fred,
> >
> >This is fixed. The fix should be in swr 8671.
> >
> >cheers,
> >tonyi
> >ASE Engineering
> >
> Any word yet on when this will be available?
>
> I'm looking on http://download.sybase.com/esd/sqlsrv.html
>
> Is there another place I can find it?
>
> Eric


Jason Froebe Posted on 1999-12-06 19:41:07.0Z
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Hi

The 8671 swr has been available since mid November. If it isn't listed,
please call techsupport and let them know.

jason

"Tony Imbierski" <tonyi@sybase.com> wrote in message
news:384C0DA0.820C41BC@sybase.com...
> I thought this was already available. If you need this SWR urgently
> please call tech support.
>
> cheers,
> tonyi
>
> "Eric T. J. Hogue" wrote:
>
> > Tony Imbierski wrote in message <384B9D18.63CD2076@sybase.com>...
> > >Fred,
> > >
> > >This is fixed. The fix should be in swr 8671.
> > >
> > >cheers,
> > >tonyi
> > >ASE Engineering
> > >
> > Any word yet on when this will be available?
> >
> > I'm looking on http://download.sybase.com/esd/sqlsrv.html
> >
> > Is there another place I can find it?
> >
> > Eric
>