8i (8.1.6) EE on Linux - dbasst crashes

8i (8.1.6) EE on Linux - dbasst crashes

Post by Ivan Samuelso » Sat, 26 Aug 2000 13:15:16



I have installed Oracle 8i EE (8.1.6) on RedHat 6.2. The initial install
went fine along with the creation of the database.

However, if I go back later and try to run dbasst, I get the following
error after selecting the database instance I want to modify:

SIGSEGV received at be3fe658 in
/usr/local/oracle/app/oracle/jre/1.1.8/lib/linux/native_threads/libjava.so.
Processing terminated
Writing stack trace to javacore3280.txt ... OK

Has anyone else seen this problem? I know I don't have to resize my
database this way, but it's definately easier and it would be nice to
have this option to use.

Otherwise, I'll fall back to the command-line option to resize my
database.

Thanks for any help in this matter.

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8i (8.1.6) EE on Linux - dbasst crashes

Post by petis.. » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


This problem has been posted in this newsgroup before.
I think someone solved it by removing some old JDKs; I tried that and
failed. -> Back to the command line...

I also called Oracle support, they said it was a known bug, and that
there is no workaround. (This was in July)

hth,

- Petter (petter at vertidev dot com)



Quote:> I have installed Oracle 8i EE (8.1.6) on RedHat 6.2. The initial
install
> went fine along with the creation of the database.

> However, if I go back later and try to run dbasst, I get the following
> error after selecting the database instance I want to modify:

> SIGSEGV received at be3fe658 in
> /usr/local/oracle/app/oracle/jre/1.1.8/lib/linux/native_threads/libjav
a.so.
> Processing terminated
> Writing stack trace to javacore3280.txt ... OK

> Has anyone else seen this problem? I know I don't have to resize my
> database this way, but it's definately easier and it would be nice to
> have this option to use.

> Otherwise, I'll fall back to the command-line option to resize my
> database.

> Thanks for any help in this matter.

> --
> Ivan Samuelson
> IT Architect II
> American Electric Power
> http://www.aep.com

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.

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8i (8.1.6) EE on Linux - dbasst crashes

Post by Anton Dischne » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


Hi Ivan,

i saw this on an Compaq Alpha.
I finally succeded in trying starting dbassist again and again.

regards,
good luck

Toni

Quote:> However, if I go back later and try to run dbasst, I get the following
> error after selecting the database instance I want to modify:

> SIGSEGV received at be3fe658 in
> /usr/local/oracle/app/oracle/jre/1.1.8/lib/linux/native_threads/libjava.so.
> Processing terminated
> Writing stack trace to javacore3280.txt ... OK

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1. Oracle 8i EE ON Linux

Now I have the JRE 1.1.6v5 (the right one I hope) installed.
The same problem still stands:

Working with :
Linux Caldera OpenLinux 2.2
Oracle 8i downloaded from technet.oracle.com

When I type
$ ./runInstaller
I get a fault like this

Initializing Java Virtual Machine from /usr/local/jre/bin/jre. Please wait
...
Error in CreateOUIProcess(): - 1
: Permission denied

I did not install Oracle on Linux yet (some download probs) but I guess
you have to do the installation under some special user (most likely root,
maybe you have to create an Oracle user an use that).
There must be some readme file which describes what steps to do before
call the installer script.

I ran the runInstaller from a user called Oracle in the group DBA

Hope that helps,
Lothar

P.S.: How did you download O8i? When I tried to download with
      Netscape 4.6, the archive started to load into the browser window
      instead of going directly to disk. So I had to abort having too
      few memory to hold the 260MB in the browser.

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