Re: Process died -- no info in trace files

metalink doc *790397.1*

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has similar errors but for different processes. Could the underlying cause
be the same .

Cause This is caused by lack of OS configuration, where more memory is
required as OS reached the limits set.


Jack

2009/4/16 Saad Khan <saad4u@xxxxxxxxx>

>
> Sorry, I was looking the trace files in the bdump directory.
>
> When I checked the traces at udump, I found following in some of them:
> *
> Process P003 is dead (pid=25576, state=3):
> kxfpg1srv
>         could not start local P003
> *** 2009-04-15 14:03:56.381
> Process P003 is dead (pid=25580, state=3):
> kxfpg1srv
>         could not start local P003
> *** 2009-04-15 14:03:57.384
> Process P003 is dead (pid=25582, state=3):
> kxfpg1srv
>         could not start local P003
> *** 2009-04-15 14:03:58.387
> Process P003 is dead (pid=25584, state=3):
> kxfpg1srv
>         could not start local P003
> *** 2009-04-15 14:03:59.417
> Process P003 is dead (pid=25586, state=3):
> kxfpg1srv
>         could not start local P003*
>
>
>
> Does this ring a bell?
>
>
>
> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 3:20 PM, Stephane Faroult 
> <sfaroult@xxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>
>> The wording of your post ("I really dont see anything in the trace
>> file") makes me think that you are looking in the alert file or
>> something similar. You should look for .trc files under the directory
>> defined as "user_dump_dest" in you parameter files (cd ../udump from the
>> directory where you alert file is located should take you to the right
>> place).
>>
>> HTH
>>
>> S Faroult
>>
>> Saad Khan wrote:
>> > Hi fellows,
>> >
>> > I've oracle 10g (10.2.0.4) running at Linux with partitioning option.
>> > The users were running pipelines while I was informed that the they
>> > got crashed. When I checked the alert log file, I could see the
>> > following error messages:
>> >
>> >
>> > /Wed Apr 15 14:03:54 2009
>> > Process P003 died, see its trace file
>> > Wed Apr 15 14:03:55 2009
>> > Process P004 died, see its trace file
>> > Wed Apr 15 14:03:56 2009
>> > Process P003 died, see its trace file
>> > Process P003 died, see its trace file
>> > Process P003 died, see its trace file
>> > Process P003 died, see its trace file
>> > Wed Apr 15 14:04:02 2009
>> > Process P005 died, see its trace file
>> > Process P005 died, see its trace file
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > /Now, the wierd thing is, I really dont see anything in the trace file
>> > that could point anything that could have caused this.
>> >
>> > I checked my parameters and found that the PROCESSES parameter was set
>> > to a very low value (i.e.150). Now I've increased it to 400 but this
>> > is just a shot in dark. I'm totally unsure if this could be the reason.
>> >
>> > Can anyone please help me? Its quite urgent.
>> >
>> > Thanks,
>> >
>> >
>> > Khan.
>> >
>>
>>
>>
>


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Jack van Zanen

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