Hello. I believe that you are having this issue because your machine's swap space is insufficiant. Try setting your stacksize to no larger than 8192 kb. On HP and Sun, you can temporarily modify the stacksize by typing:
% limit stacksize 8192Let me know if this helps.Karen
I already tried and I still get the same error message.
Thank you for taking the time to reply.
Hi! There are probably problems with $MGC_HOME/tmp. Try removing the LVS HEAP DIRECTORY statement. Also, set the environment variable MGC_TMPDIR to a directory other than the default: $MGC_HOME/tmp. For example, set MGC_TMPDIR to a location on your local machine that has lots of space.
Let me know how this goes.
I removed the LVS HEAP DIRECTORY statement in my runset and added the MGC_TMPDIR environment variable to my local machine.
It still got an exit 1 code. :((((
Thank you for your help.
Hello Said, LVS HEAP DIRECTORY is really not recommended anymore. There's an appnote that walks you through the most common issues and explains a bit of the history with LVS HEAP DIRECTORY titled Understanding Virtual Memory on a Unix System Running Calibre. I'd start with that. If that doesn't work, you could try going to SupportNetand open a Service Request (SR). James
On a similiar note, I see following line reported in v2011.1_15.11 version:
TOTAL MAX LVHEAP = 100 REMOTE = 10
In v2011.3_18.12 the above line is no longer reported. Only following is reported:
HDB 1-6 TOTAL LVHEAP = 60
How do I get the max lvheap usage statistics (total and individual for each HDB) in v2011.3_18.12 version. Why is this statistic (max lvheap - total and for each hdb) no longer reported.