Infected Process #3

Before I take the monumental step of logging a call with
Sybase I thought I'd leverage the wisdom of the newsgroup
experts first.

Basically I'm getting a stack trace when executing a stored
proc within a batch series of sp's, unfortunately that's all
I get.  There is no specific mention of an error and it
isn't preceded by an error message.  Can anyone give me a
indication as to what it is crashing on in the sp.

This is the version of Sybase we are using
Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.4/EBF 16792 ESD#10/P/Linux
Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1254/2159/32-bit/OPT/Mon Nov  2
03:16:49 2009

intersting I don' encounter this error on another machine
without ESD 10.
Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.4/EBF 13388/P/Linux
Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1254/2006/32-bit/OPT/Fri May 19
23:17:01  2006

Adittidly the resources between these machines are different
but not hugely, namely difference in RAM (2.7GB and 1.5GB)
with the former encountering the error, and disk speed. 
Both are in VM enviornments.

00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  Current
process (0x38230014) infected with signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  Address
0x0x089114f4 (memhilo+0x20), siginfo (code, address) = (1,
0x(nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel 
************************************
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  SQL causing
error : xxxx_xxx @batch_no = 37254 , @run_key = 66737

00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel 
************************************
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 server  SQL Text:
xxxx_xxx @batch_no = 37254 , @run_key = 66737
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  curdb = 6
tempdb = 2 pstat = 0x10100
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  lasterror = 0
preverror = 0 transtate = 0
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  curcmd = 197
program = isql
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088daa1b
pcstkwalk+0x2b(0x5834b820, 0x5834b5dc, 0x0000270f,
0x00000002, 0x09301a58)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088da956
ucstkgentrace+0x1b6(0x38230014, 0x00000002, 0x0000270f,
(nil), (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08875bc0
ucbacktrace+0xa0((nil), 0x00000001, 0x09301a58, 0x5834c0f8,
(nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08183871
terminate_process+0xcb1((nil), 0xffffffff, 0x09301a58,
0x5bf32540, (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088a53bf
kisignal+0x1ff(0x0000000b, 0x5834e10c, 0x5834e18c,
0x0000000b, (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0xb7f36440
init_dummy+0xaf2f8c90((nil), 0x00000001, 0x5bf32540,
0x00000001, 0x09301a58)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08576a16
bin__sqlhilo_X+0x33a(0x5819b100, (nil), 0x00000001,
0x5bf32540, 0x00000001)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x0861be9d
run+0xfd5(0x5e407800, 0x5e40fc40, 0x09301a58, (nil),
0x5e40f8f0)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dd389
exec_eop+0xf89(0x5e407800, 0x5e40fc40, 0x583520a0,
0x09301a58, 0x583520a0)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dca79
exec_eop+0x679(0x5e407800, 0x5e40f8f0, 0x583520a0,
0x5e407800, (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x0875f3f8 jcsExHandler installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085832ac sortmerr installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x084e7cd4 aritherr installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dc0b8
execute+0x9ac(0x5a68e744, 0x5e407800, 0x000000c5,
0x583520a0, 0x09301a58)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08515c06
s_execute+0x2b1e(0x09301a58, 0x00001000, 0x00000020, (nil),
0x58fedac0)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
sequencer+0x1065(0x5ae46000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
0x57f9e720, 0x00000020)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
execproc+0x970(0x5bb4da80, 0x5bb4db28, (nil), (nil), (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
0x5fd455d8)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
sequencer+0x1065(0x5d6b1000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
0x57f9e720, (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
execproc+0x970(0x5fd455d8, 0x5fd45680, (nil), (nil), (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
0x5ad54d28)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
sequencer+0x1065(0x5f600000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
0x57f9e720, (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
execproc+0x970(0x5ad54d28, 0x5ad54dd0, (nil), (nil), (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
0x203d2079)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
sequencer+0x1065(0x5af8d800, 0x09301a58, (nil), (nil),
0x0819809a)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x081b86b9
tdsrecv_language+0x2e5((nil), (nil), (nil), (nil), (nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x081e3744 hdl_backout installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x08494880 ut_handle installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
0x0x08494880 ut_handle installed by the following
function:-]
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x081c8899
conn_hdlr+0x2c35(0x0000001b, 0x583542ac, 0x895eed31, (nil),
(nil))
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x088cac48
kpexit((nil), (nil), (nil), 0x581ef100, 0x00000015)
00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  end of stack
trace, spid 30, kpid 941817876, suid 15
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Shane
11/29/2010 3:44:01 AM
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infected with 11 means the dataserver process received
a signal 11 from the OS.  Signal 11 means the process
tried to access a memory address that doesn't belong to it.
So the cause is a bad pointer value in a memory structure.

I don't find any known 12.5.x bugs that are a good match.

The only interesting function name on the stack is
bin__sqlhilo_X, which is used in string comparison.


Is either server using traceflag 1628?

-bret


On 11/28/2010 8:44 PM, Shane wrote:
> Before I take the monumental step of logging a call with
> Sybase I thought I'd leverage the wisdom of the newsgroup
> experts first.
>
> Basically I'm getting a stack trace when executing a stored
> proc within a batch series of sp's, unfortunately that's all
> I get.  There is no specific mention of an error and it
> isn't preceded by an error message.  Can anyone give me a
> indication as to what it is crashing on in the sp.
>
> This is the version of Sybase we are using
> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.4/EBF 16792 ESD#10/P/Linux
> Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1254/2159/32-bit/OPT/Mon Nov  2
> 03:16:49 2009
>
> intersting I don' encounter this error on another machine
> without ESD 10.
> Adaptive Server Enterprise/12.5.4/EBF 13388/P/Linux
> Intel/Enterprise Linux/ase1254/2006/32-bit/OPT/Fri May 19
> 23:17:01  2006
>
> Adittidly the resources between these machines are different
> but not hugely, namely difference in RAM (2.7GB and 1.5GB)
> with the former encountering the error, and disk speed.
> Both are in VM enviornments.
>
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  Current
> process (0x38230014) infected with signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  Address
> 0x0x089114f4 (memhilo+0x20), siginfo (code, address) = (1,
> 0x(nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel
> ************************************
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  SQL causing
> error : xxxx_xxx @batch_no = 37254 , @run_key = 66737
>
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel
> ************************************
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 server  SQL Text:
> xxxx_xxx @batch_no = 37254 , @run_key = 66737
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  curdb = 6
> tempdb = 2 pstat = 0x10100
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  lasterror = 0
> preverror = 0 transtate = 0
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  curcmd = 197
> program = isql
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088daa1b
> pcstkwalk+0x2b(0x5834b820, 0x5834b5dc, 0x0000270f,
> 0x00000002, 0x09301a58)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088da956
> ucstkgentrace+0x1b6(0x38230014, 0x00000002, 0x0000270f,
> (nil), (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08875bc0
> ucbacktrace+0xa0((nil), 0x00000001, 0x09301a58, 0x5834c0f8,
> (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08183871
> terminate_process+0xcb1((nil), 0xffffffff, 0x09301a58,
> 0x5bf32540, (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x088a53bf
> kisignal+0x1ff(0x0000000b, 0x5834e10c, 0x5834e18c,
> 0x0000000b, (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0xb7f36440
> init_dummy+0xaf2f8c90((nil), 0x00000001, 0x5bf32540,
> 0x00000001, 0x09301a58)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x08576a16
> bin__sqlhilo_X+0x33a(0x5819b100, (nil), 0x00000001,
> 0x5bf32540, 0x00000001)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x0861be9d
> run+0xfd5(0x5e407800, 0x5e40fc40, 0x09301a58, (nil),
> 0x5e40f8f0)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dd389
> exec_eop+0xf89(0x5e407800, 0x5e40fc40, 0x583520a0,
> 0x09301a58, 0x583520a0)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dca79
> exec_eop+0x679(0x5e407800, 0x5e40f8f0, 0x583520a0,
> 0x5e407800, (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x0875f3f8 jcsExHandler installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085832ac sortmerr installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085e0c60 execerr installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x084e7cd4 aritherr installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.54 kernel  pc: 0x085dc0b8
> execute+0x9ac(0x5a68e744, 0x5e407800, 0x000000c5,
> 0x583520a0, 0x09301a58)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08515c06
> s_execute+0x2b1e(0x09301a58, 0x00001000, 0x00000020, (nil),
> 0x58fedac0)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
> sequencer+0x1065(0x5ae46000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
> 0x57f9e720, 0x00000020)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
> execproc+0x970(0x5bb4da80, 0x5bb4db28, (nil), (nil), (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
> s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
> 0x5fd455d8)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
> sequencer+0x1065(0x5d6b1000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
> 0x57f9e720, (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
> execproc+0x970(0x5fd455d8, 0x5fd45680, (nil), (nil), (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
> s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
> 0x5ad54d28)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
> sequencer+0x1065(0x5f600000, 0x09301a58, 0x57f9e720,
> 0x57f9e720, (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x0851ce24
> execproc+0x970(0x5ad54d28, 0x5ad54dd0, (nil), (nil), (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08516061
> s_execute+0x2f79(0x09301a58, (nil), (nil), (nil),
> 0x203d2079)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x081e3710 hdl_stack installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x085345ac s_handle installed by the following function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x08531559
> sequencer+0x1065(0x5af8d800, 0x09301a58, (nil), (nil),
> 0x0819809a)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x081b86b9
> tdsrecv_language+0x2e5((nil), (nil), (nil), (nil), (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x081e3744 hdl_backout installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x08494880 ut_handle installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  [Handler pc:
> 0x0x08494880 ut_handle installed by the following
> function:-]
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x081c8899
> conn_hdlr+0x2c35(0x0000001b, 0x583542ac, 0x895eed31, (nil),
> (nil))
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  pc: 0x088cac48
> kpexit((nil), (nil), (nil), 0x581ef100, 0x00000015)
> 00:00000:00030:2010/11/29 15:14:40.56 kernel  end of stack
> trace, spid 30, kpid 941817876, suid 15

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Bret
11/29/2010 4:41:25 PM
No.  The only addition to the standard run file is

export LD_POINTER_GUARD=0

Thanks though, that's two things I know now that I didn't
know before.

> infected with 11 means the dataserver process received
> a signal 11 from the OS.  Signal 11 means the process
> tried to access a memory address that doesn't belong to
> it. So the cause is a bad pointer value in a memory
> structure.
>
> I don't find any known 12.5.x bugs that are a good match.
>
> The only interesting function name on the stack is
> bin__sqlhilo_X, which is used in string comparison.
>
>
> Is either server using traceflag 1628?
>
> -bret
>
>
>
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Shane
12/1/2010 1:14:22 AM
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Hi Sybase gurus, I would appreciate any feedback on this error?! This happens when I install Solaris 2.6 and afterwards sybase - it's systematic. It's on a Ultra 10. 00:00000:00000:2000/10/19 11:10:32.75 kernel Using config area from primary master device. 00:00000:00000:2000/10/19 11:10:32.78 kernel Configuration Error: Configuration file, '/opt/sybase/FREGNAVIS.cfg', does not exist. 00:00000:00000:2000/10/19 11:10:32.80 kernel Warning: A configuration file was not specified and the default file '/opt/sybase/FREGNAVIS.cfg' does not exist. SQL Server...

Upgrading ASE 11.9.2 to ASE 12.5 on Aix 4.3.3
After migration from ASE 11.9.2 to ASE 12.5, the following error appears when I try to execute a strore procedure : Size of row in the worktable for grouped aggregate, 16542 bytes, exceeds the maximum row size (1962 bytes). Cannot run this query (return status = -6). Is it a bug on ASE 12.5? Why could I run correctly this procedure on the old version? Fabien DUBOIS Fabien DUBOIS wrote: > > After migration from ASE 11.9.2 to ASE 12.5, the following error appears > when I try to execute a strore procedure : > > Size of row in the worktable for grouped aggr...

Vulnerability of ASE 12.5.2 vs ASE 12.5.3 ESD#3
Recently, Application Security, Inc. has run a vulnerability test on our ASE12.5.2. The program gave a 'high risk' on the ASE12.5.2 and suggested we install the latest Sybase patch 12.5.3 ESD#3. I have some question on the recommendation. 1. The latest patch is definitely not 12.5.3 ESD#3. Why did the program recommend 12.5.3 ESD#3? Isn't 12.5.4 better than 12.5.3? 2. Is it practical to keep up with the latest releases or patches? Now if we upgrade to 12.5.4 and then rerun the vulnerability test, will the program suggest that newer version is better with respect to s...

Migration : ASE V12 (HP UX 11) to ASE V 12.5.3 (AIX 5.3)
Hi, I have to migrate a DB ASE 12.0.0.8 from HP (HP UX 11) to ASE 12.5.3 (IBM AIX 5.3) here are the characteristics: HP UX ------ The default Unix charset on the platform is Roman8. The ASE/db Charset is UTF8 AIX (5.3) --- The default Unix charset on the platform is Iso The ASE/db Charset will be UTF8 Someone told me Cross-platform DUMP/RELOAD is not possible. note that I didn't try it yet, but i will. Does anyone know about that ? If this is not possible i'll have to use 'bcp' IN/OUT i guess ? but i dont know exactly what syntax i should use w...

Migration : ASE V12 (HP UX 11) to ASE V 12.5.3 (AIX 5.3)
Hi, I have to migrate a DB ASE 12.0.0.8 from HP (HP UX 11) to ASE 12.5.3 (IBM AIX 5.3) here are the characteristics: HP UX ------ The default Unix charset on the platform is Roman8. The ASE/db Charset is UTF8 AIX (5.3) --- The default Unix charset on the platform is Iso The ASE/db Charset will be UTF8 Someone told me Cross-platform DUMP/RELOAD is not possible. note that I didn't try it yet, but i will. Does anyone know about that ? If this is not possible i'll have to use 'bcp' IN/OUT i guess ? but i dont know exactly what syntax i should use w...

Same machine: ASE 12.5.3 Linux vs ASE 12.5.3 Windows
We had a report from one of our clients recently that our Sybase ASE-based app was running slowly on their new Linux box. As we develop internally against ASE on Windows we thought it would be an interesting test to install both the Windows and Linux flavors of ASE 12.5.3 onto the same server and look at the relative performance. We used a Dell PowerEdge 1950 with 2 x Intel Xeon 3.73GHz dual core processors. On one drive we put SuSE Enterprise Linux Server 10 x86-64, and on the other we put Windows Server 2003 Std R2 64-bit edition. Both were fresh-off-the-CD OS installs. ...

ASE 11.9.3 performance compared to 11.0.3.3
At our site, we just upgraded from 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.3 - in the process we changed machines, so: old configuration: ASE 11.0.3.3 on a Sparc 10 running Solaris 2.5.1, 1 processor, 100 Mb allocated to sybase new configuration: ASE 11.9.3 on a Sun E250 running Solaris 7, 2 processors, 200 Mb allocated to sybase. I'm running in to two performance related problems: 1) High throughput inserts/updates of tables. We have a data feed that pumps data into the database at a high rate of speed. We have more memory and faster disks on the new system, but the rate at whic...

Migration from ASE-64 bits 12.5.0.2 to ASE 64 bits 12.5.3 for AIX 5.3
Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to migrate an ASE 12.5.0.2 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64 bits) Thank you kamel wrote: > Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to > migrate an ASE 12.5.0.2 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64 > bits) > > Thank you Apply 12.5.2 IR then 12.5.3 esd 5. -- Jason L. Froebe http://jfroebe.livejournal.com http://www.propsmart.com Team Sybase On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 07:18:22 -0800, kamel wrote: > Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to migrate an > ASE 12.5.0.2 ...

Upgrade ASE 12.0/64 bit on AIX 4.3.3 to ASE 12.5.x/64 bit on AIX 5.2
Trying to find what is the supported upgrade path for the above. Going from 12.0/64bit on AIX 4.3.3 to 12.5 (or 12.5.x) 64bit on AIX 5.2. If I put AIX 5.2 , the dataserver binary of 12.0 will not work which is used during the upgrade. If I put 12.5.x on 4.3.3, the dataserver binary will not work beacuse it is new binary for 5.2. Other than backup the databases and load them to the new server, is there a supported how to upgrade? Thanks! ...

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