#32 THE 3.1 core dumps in AIX w/Object Rexx

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2002-09-19
2002-09-18
Rick Saylor
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AIX 4.3.3
Object Rexx 1.1

I downloaded and sucessfully compiled THE 3.1. However,
when I try to exceute it I get "Illegal Instruction
(core dumped)". I have compiled it with gcc and IBM's
compiler with the same results. Any ideas?

Here is what is recorded in the AIX error log:

LABEL: CORE_DUMP
IDENTIFIER: C60BB505

Date/Time: Wed Sep 18 16:12:51
Sequence Number: 14427
Machine Id: 0007BF4F4C00
Node Id: spock
Class: S
Type: PERM
Resource Name: SYSPROC

Description
SOFTWARE PROGRAM ABNORMALLY TERMINATED

Probable Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM

User Causes
USER GENERATED SIGNAL

Recommended Actions

Failure Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM

Recommended Actions
RERUN THE APPLICATION PROGRAM
IF PROBLEM PERSISTS THEN DO THE FOLLOWING
CONTACT APPROPRIATE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Detail Data
SIGNAL NUMBER
4
USER'S PROCESS ID:
28160
FILE SYSTEM SERIAL NUMBER
9
INODE NUMBER
26624
PROGRAM NAME
the
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
??
??
??
??
??
execute_m 180
get_profi 74
EditFile 5D0
main C94
__start 8C
Unable to generate symptom string.

Discussion

  • Mark Hessling

    Mark Hessling - 2002-09-19
    • assigned_to: nobody --> rexx
     
  • Mark Hessling

    Mark Hessling - 2002-09-19

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    Are you running THE with a profile by default ? Please run
    THE with no profile Use -n switch) and see if the crash
    persists. If it doesn't, then try eliminating commands from
    your profile until the crash stops, and let me know the profile
    file command causing the crash.
    BTW is Object Rexx 1.1 the latest for AIX ?

     
  • Rick Saylor

    Rick Saylor - 2002-09-19

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    I checked with IBM and Object Rexx 1.1 is the latest for AIX
    and there isn't any fixes that I could find.

    I tried the -n switch and it took an unusally long time,
    about 4 or 5 seconds, for THE to come up. However, since
    that time it goes into a loop because my cpu utilization
    goes from 0% to 100% and stays there. The only way to stop
    it is to issue a kill -9 against THE's PID. I even removed
    the profile but it still goes into a loop. Now even the -n
    switch doesn't work.

     

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