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Re: How to reproduce an ORA-7445?

Andrey Kriushin

2006-12-31

Replies:
Sorry for late joining and with a little bias to the NLS conversions
themselves.

Are you using NCHAR/NVARCHAR2/NCLOB types in your binds?
We had some issues with NCLOB in 9.2.0.5 or 6 (don't remember exact
version). The diagnostics was ORA-00600 with no arguments.

What was discovered while working on SR is that when converting from
NCLOB (or probably NVARCHAR) to main characterset of database, the
server process had simply (i.e. without any latching/locking)
overwritten some areas in the SGA, where NLS structures were stored,
with the values pertinent to national characterset. Of course, these
structures were restored to their original values when the conversion
was completed. But in the middle of the conversion the other sessions
sometimes got that ORA-600 without arguments.

Thanks to Kyle Hailey for his ksuse.c. This approach allowed us to catch
those memory overwrites and construct the "reproducible test case".

HTH
--Andrey

Jesse, Rich wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> In our migration of a new ERP system in 10.2.0.2.0 on AIX, a user hit an
> ORA-7445 (with no parameters!). I file an SR, upload the resulting
> trace file, troubleshooting happens, and it's determined we've hit a BUG
> due to issues with NLS translation of dates in binds. I'm then told
> that unless we can reproduce the problem, there will be no patch.


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