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3033771 - ASE crashed after timeslice error stack trace holding engine local cache spinlock eresourcep->erprocelc_spin -- SAP ASE


  • ASE crashed due to engine local cache (ELC) memory corruption
  • Sequence of events in the ASE log shows 
  1. ELC validation messages:

    ELC_VALIDATION_ERROR: Page address not aligned to memory page size. memptr = 0x2aac72412017, pelc = 0x2aaaae338078, chunksize = 1, engine id = 1, validate_flag = 1
    ELC_VALIDATION_CORRECTION: Backup page pointer 0x2aac72412000 was used. pelc = 0x2aaaae338078

  2. Timeslice with stack containing functions VEH_Optimize() or sort()

    timeslice -501, current process infected at 0x224d007 (pausenonatomic+0x9)



  3. As the spid htting the timeslice is hloding a spinlock, ASE must go down

    Spinlocks held by kpid 218301711
    Spinlock eresourcep->erprocelc_spin at address 0x00002aaaad8e9600 owned by 218301711

    ueshutdown: exiting



SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 16.0 SP03 & SP04


SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 16.0


CR 824297, 824297, CR 823887, 823887, VEH_Optimize, sort, eresourcep->erprocelc_spin, vectored exception handler , mem__pagesfree , mem_freepages , mem__free_this_phdr memfree , KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Bug Filed

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