We got this once in a while. I suspect it happens whenever we run a certain sql statement in some program. Anyone know how to fix this or if this pose any danger to the database? I checked the dump trace file. It is like
Looks like quite a painfull O/S error! Heres the output from the AIX oerr command to analyse ORA errors:
07445, 00000, "exception encountered: core dump [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s] [%s]"
// *Cause: An OS exception occurred which should result in the creation of a
// core file. This is an internal error.
// *Action: Contact your customer support representative.
11-21-2000, 12:24 PM
In general, ORA-7445 and ORA-600 messages should be reported to Oracle. There is most likely a patchset or a work-around that adresses the problem.
This error probably generated a trace file in your udump or bdump directory. Check that file for the SQL that was running when the error was generated.
11-21-2000, 01:19 PM
A quick search on metalink revealed that this might be related to a previous SHUTDOWN ABORT that caused block corruption.