Today, when I try to open the networker NMC it doesn’t give me the GUI. So I checked the log and I saw this message in /var/log/messages of the server :
Jan 28 18:23:58 networker SQLAnywhere(gst_on_networker): *** ERROR *** Assertion failed: 100701 (184.108.40.20608)#012Unable to modify indexes for a row referenced in rollback log
Jan 28 18:23:59 networker abrt: saved core dump of pid 2890 (/opt/lgtonmc/sybasa/bin/dbsrv9) to /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-1359393838-2890.new/coredump (343482368 bytes)
Jan 28 18:23:59 networker abrtd: Directory 'ccpp-1359393838-2890' creation detected
Jan 28 18:23:59 networker abrtd: Crash is in database already (dup of /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-1359335631-2455)
Jan 28 18:23:59 networker abrtd: Deleting crash ccpp-1359393838-2890 (dup of ccpp-1359335631-2455), sending dbus signal
The console server database crashed right ?
I have done my search but there’s no document describe in detail what to do
Can you help me please.
You have a core dump of the dbsrv9 process. If you have gdb on this machine, then you can inspect the core file for more details on what it was doing when it cored. gdb [path to binary] [core file], then type 'where'. You could then compare what you see with the knowledgebase of known issues. If you don't find anything, you'll need to open a Service Request or chat with support to help you out with this. You should probably upgrade your NetWorker NMC to the most recent version aswell as a good first step. Check also that there is no problem with available disk space on the machine.
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this is what i got.
Actually, you didn't follow what Bobby told you to do. But, perhaps you are not familiar with gdb - in such case perhaps much better bet is to provide core to your support.