glbd keeps core dumping

glbd keeps core dumping

Post by Vince Lauren » Tue, 24 Feb 1998 04:00:00

Our glbd keeps dying and giving a core dump.  Here is the error line
from the log file.  Can anyone give me a hand fixing this? I am
relatively new to HP-UX....

(DRM) 1998/02/20.15:07:10  opening replica.
(DRM) 1998/02/20.15:07:11  replica of object glb opened.
[00000004] (NCS) (rpc) *** FATAL ERROR "Can't create periodic task" at
rpc_util.c\1697 ***

Vince Laurent


1. core dump size means what?


I have a core dump for a dced process. It's huge at 269Mb. Normally the
running dced is much smaller. Can I assume from this that dced was
leaking memory? or does the core file include other stuff? The core was
due to a SEGV.

PS: Is there a dedicated dce newsgroup? I had a bit of a look but found


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