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Pinned topic Unhandled exception Type=Segmentation error vmState=0x00000000

‏2011-01-10T15:45:15Z |
when i run my java programme in AIX5.3 system use JRE6, system return this errors:

Unhandled exception
Type=Segmentation error vmState=0x00000000
J9Generic_Signal_Number=00000004 Signal_Number=0000000b Error_Value=00000000 Signal_Code=00000033
Handler1=F109C128 Handler2=F1096EBC
R0=00000000 R1=3412F2A0 R2=F03DAF88 R3=351E7840
R4=F03E7728 R5=331FB8C0 R6=00000020 R7=00000000
R8=00000000 R9=00000000 R10=F03E8134 R11=F03E813C
R12=331FB8C8 R13=3321CB00 R14=3514C8B4 R15=EFBE9720
R16=EFBE0740 R17=EFBF0180 R18=00000000 R19=E25D3388
R20=E009A140 R21=EFBF01C0 R22=F03E8144 R23=EE86BAB8
R24=EFBE9668 R25=F03E7728 R26=00000000 R27=00000000
R28=F03E7728 R29=00000040 R30=00000038 R31=00000000
IAR=D03C37CC LR=D03C5BB0 MSR=0000D032 CTR=D0132800
CR=2200024B FPSCR=82000000 XER=00000001 TID=00000000
MQ=00000000
FPR0 fff800000000000c (f: 12.000000, d: -NaNQ)
FPR1 4028000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 1.200000e+01)
FPR2 4030000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 1.600000e+01)
FPR3 3fe8000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 7.500000e-01)
FPR4 4030000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 1.600000e+01)
FPR5 fff8000000000060 (f: 96.000000, d: -NaNQ)
FPR6 4058000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 9.600000e+01)
FPR7 4060000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 1.280000e+02)
FPR8 00660069006c0065 (f: 7077989.000000, d: 9.791038e-307)
FPR9 0065006e00740020 (f: 7602208.000000, d: 9.346057e-307)
FPR10 0066006600650072 (f: 6619250.000000, d: 9.791018e-307)
FPR11 0034002000640069 (f: 6553705.000000, d: 1.112564e-307)
FPR12 3fd3333340000000 (f: 1073741824.000000, d: 3.000000e-01)
FPR13 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR14 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR15 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR16 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR17 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR18 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR19 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR20 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR21 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR22 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR23 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR24 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR25 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR26 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR27 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR28 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR29 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR30 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
FPR31 0000000000000000 (f: 0.000000, d: 0.000000e+00)
Module=/usr/lib/libc.a
Module_base_address=D0344100
Target=2_40_20101124_069295 (AIX 5.3)
CPU=ppc (8 logical CPUs) (0x1f0000000 RAM)

Stack Backtrace
I do not know what's the problem,perhaps my programme uses mutil-threads
Updated on 2011-01-11T14:49:04Z at 2011-01-11T14:49:04Z by SystemAdmin
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    Re: Unhandled exception Type=Segmentation error vmState=0x00000000

    ‏2011-01-11T14:49:04Z  in response to felixgao
    The failure reported is a segmentation violation (SIGSEGV, signal 11, or b in hex) and is reportedly occuring in the /usr/lib/libc.a library, which provides C language support and is used by the JRE (it's not part of the JRE).

    Please first check http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/aix/service.html to ensure you are running with an appropriate level of AIX 5.3 and use the latest level of the JRE.

    Then consider looking at http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/diagnosis/ for guidance on troubleshooting JRE issues - at the least, use this to guide you in gathering more useful diagnostic data.

    Then, if the problem persists, I think you'd need to use your support contract to raise a Problem Management Report with the AIX support team. I'd expect they'd like a core file from a failure to analyse - it may also be worth gathering a jextract file (see the diagnostic guide), as that would probably help the java team if they need to get involved.
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