Error ORA-00600: internal error code in DBVERIFY / UTILITY SAPDBA

Error ORA-00600: internal error code in DBVERIFY / UTILITY SAPDBA

Post by Desiree Carden » Sun, 05 May 2002 04:31:02



The same one is to outline the error that we are presented in the
moment to carry out DBVERIFY of our Production database, when one
carries out a checkup of the database using the utilitarian one from
the DBVERIFY to level of the SAPDBA, this checkup showed us any type
of blocks of corrupt data, if not to the moment to conclude the
DBVERIFY when he tries startup the database he gave the following
error:

BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.34.51  
BR304I Starting the database instance PRO...  
BR278E Command output of 'E:\orant\BIN\SVRMGR30':  

Oracle Server Manager Rereads you 3.0.5.0.0 - Production  

(c) Copyright 1997, Oracle Corporation.  All Rights Reserved.  

Oracle8 Enterprise Edition Rereads you 8.0.5.1.1 - Production  
PL/SQL Rereads you 8.0.5.1.0 - Production  

SVRMGR> Connected.  
SVRMGR> SVRMGR> PRAY-00600: internal error code, arguments:
[SKGMINVALID], [7], [2], [2], [0], [], [], []
SVRMGR> Server Manager completes.  
BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.02  
BR279E Return code from 'E:\orant\BIN\SVRMGR30': 0  
BR302E SVRMGR call for database instance PRO failed  
BR306E Startup of database instance PRO failed  

BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.06  
BR304I Starting the database instance PRO...  

BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.17  
BR305I Startup of database instance PRO successful  

BR056I End of database backup: bdhwzodd.dbv 2002-05-03 06.35.02  
BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.19  
BR054I BRBACKUP terminated with errors  

Although at the end the database startup without any problem. You
looks for through the notes of SAP according to this argument and the
only one that it was located it was the No 103374, but not with the
complete argument. According to this information you checkup  the
service of OracleServicePRO and the same process is initiate and not
thrown any error.

 
 
 

Error ORA-00600: internal error code in DBVERIFY / UTILITY SAPDBA

Post by Daniel Morga » Sun, 05 May 2002 04:36:51



> The same one is to outline the error that we are presented in the
> moment to carry out DBVERIFY of our Production database, when one
> carries out a checkup of the database using the utilitarian one from
> the DBVERIFY to level of the SAPDBA, this checkup showed us any type
> of blocks of corrupt data, if not to the moment to conclude the
> DBVERIFY when he tries startup the database he gave the following
> error:

> BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.34.51
> BR304I Starting the database instance PRO...
> BR278E Command output of 'E:\orant\BIN\SVRMGR30':

> Oracle Server Manager Rereads you 3.0.5.0.0 - Production

> (c) Copyright 1997, Oracle Corporation.  All Rights Reserved.

> Oracle8 Enterprise Edition Rereads you 8.0.5.1.1 - Production
> PL/SQL Rereads you 8.0.5.1.0 - Production

> SVRMGR> Connected.
> SVRMGR> SVRMGR> PRAY-00600: internal error code, arguments:
> [SKGMINVALID], [7], [2], [2], [0], [], [], []
> SVRMGR> Server Manager completes.
> BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.02
> BR279E Return code from 'E:\orant\BIN\SVRMGR30': 0
> BR302E SVRMGR call for database instance PRO failed
> BR306E Startup of database instance PRO failed

> BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.06
> BR304I Starting the database instance PRO...

> BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.17
> BR305I Startup of database instance PRO successful

> BR056I End of database backup: bdhwzodd.dbv 2002-05-03 06.35.02
> BR280I Time stamp 2002-05-03 06.35.19
> BR054I BRBACKUP terminated with errors

> Although at the end the database startup without any problem. You
> looks for through the notes of SAP according to this argument and the
> only one that it was located it was the No 103374, but not with the
> complete argument. According to this information you checkup  the
> service of OracleServicePRO and the same process is initiate and not
> thrown any error.

Not sure if I understand your posting (I'm in kindler gentler mode from
here on out) but if you are asking what to do about ORA-00600 the answer
it open a TAR at http://metalink.oracle.com. 600s can not be resolved any
other way.

Daniel Morgan

 
 
 

1. ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [711], [1], [32386120], [frame segment], [], [], [], []

Hi,

I am working with the following configuration
- Oracle 8i (8.1.7) on VMS
- Windows2000 sp2 application server with the "Oracle components for MTS"
installed

I have written a few Com+ components using OCI but now I seem to have a
strange problem.

Sometimes when I call a function to do an insert/update in a table I get the
following error-message
ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [711], [1], [32386120], [frame
segment], [], [], [], []

Strange thing is that when I activate the same function again all goes
fine....there seems to be no way to predict when it goes wrong.
It does however only goes wrong when I use the 'returning into' clause.

eg statement is
insert into table values ('aaa', 'bbb')
returning field1, field2
into :out1, :out1

OCIStmtPrepare(m_hOCIStm, m_hOCIErr, statement, strnlen(statement),
OCI_NVT_SYNTAX, OCI_DEFAULT);

if (OCIBindByName(m_hOCIStm, &hOCIBind[0], m_hOCIErr,(text *) ":out1",
        -1, &record.field1, sizeof(record.field1),
        SQLT_STR,NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, OCI_DEFAULT)
     || OCIBindByName(m_hOCIStm, &hOCIBind[1], m_hOCIErr,(text *) ":out2",
        -1, &record.field2, sizeof(record.field1),
         SQLT_STR,NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, OCI_DEFAULT)

 if(OCIStmtExecute(m_hOCISvc, m_hOCIStm, m_hOCIErr,
      (ub4) 1, 0, NULL,NULL,OCI_DEFAULT))
     throw E_OCI_EXECUTE;

this seems fairly simple......does somebody recognize this problem?
is there some serverpatch for this? or is it my own mistake?

Thanks for any information,
Roy

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