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Old 12-17-2008
Analysing a core dump.

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I was trying to analyse a core dump using pstack command in Sol5.9(Sparc)
The output is as below.
[!]root: pstack core_mumux211_istauth_220_108_1229517198_21922
core 'core_mumux211_istauth_220_108_1229517198_21922' of 21922: istauth
fe1afbb8 ttcdrv (c10e0, c1db4, 30ad8, bc950, 0, 0) + 124
fe06a958 nioqwa (0, c8bb8, fe1afa94, c10e0, 30b00, 0) + 50
fdea0cac upirtrc (30ad8, 8, bc950, 0, 0, 1) + 6b4
fdea052c upirtr (30ad8, 8, ffbf2898, c0fc8, 0, 0) + a8
fde86618 upicls (30ad8, 5, 0, 0, 0, 2000) + 348
fde63068 ociclo (c9fa0, 10, 0, 0, c9fa0, ac) + 44
ff25d9ac oracle_free_stmt (c9f70, c9f70, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 44
ff250618 DBMFreeStmt (c9f70, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0) + b8
ff25c834 free_stmt_desc (128064, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 4c
ff256a10 do_dbm_close (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 68
ff256c54 dbm_close_all (55a2, 50f6, ffbf2b90, 0, ffbf2b88, feebc000) + 6c
000114d8 __1cHCleanup6F_i_ (23, b, ffbf2b68, 0, 0, 0) + 28
0001121c pexit (b, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 1c
ff1c060c catch_sig (b, 0, ffbf2cd0, feebc000, 0, 0) + 64
fee9f834 sigacthandler (b, 0, ffbf2cd0, 0, 6937e8, 10002da3) + 28
--- called from signal handler with signal 11 (SIGSEGV) ---
fe1afbb8 ttcdrv (c10e0, c1db4, 30ad8, bc950, 0, 0) + 124
fe06a958 nioqwa (0, c8bb8, fe1afa94, c10e0, 30b00, 0) + 50
fdea0cac upirtrc (30ad8, 8, bc950, 0, 0, 1) + 6b4
fdea052c upirtr (30ad8, 8, ffbf7db8, c0fc8, 0, 0) + a8
fde86618 upicls (30ad8, 5, 0, 0, 0, 2000) + 348
fde63068 ociclo (c9fa0, 10, ff3f0230, 23dac, c9fa0, ac) + 44
ff25d9ac oracle_free_stmt (c9f70, c9f70, 0, ff3f07c4, ff234fa4, f0000000) + 44
ff250618 DBMFreeStmt (c9f70, 1, 3, ff3f3dd8, 10, ffbf7f5c) + b8
ff25c834 free_stmt_desc (128064, 10, 10ef4, ff241ab8, 5, 0) + 4c
ff256a10 do_dbm_close (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 68
ff256c54 dbm_close_all (55a2, 50f6, ffbf80b0, 0, ffbf80a8, feebc000) + 6c
000114d8 __1cHCleanup6F_i_ (23, f, ffbf8088, 0, 0, 0) + 28
0001121c pexit (f, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 1c
ff1c060c catch_sig (f, 0, ffbf81f0, feebc000, 0, 0) + 64
fee9f834 sigacthandler (f, 0, ffbf81f0, d9696, d57cc, 0) + 28
--- called from signal handler with signal 15 (SIGTERM) ---
fee9f4ac _read (d67f8, d6dd0, d5a28, d5fde, d5a94, 0) + c
fe1588dc ntprd (fe046980, d5fde, d5a94, 0, 0, 97b234) + 70
fe04a5a0 nsprecv (d5630, 800, c8d7c, d5fde, d5928, 0) + 150
fe04e284 nsrdr (d5630, c8d7c, d5810, 6000, 0, 0) + 134
fe02e20c nsdo (ce758, 55, d8e80, c8dc0, ffbf924f, c8d7c) + 11e4
fe02cf40 nsbrecv (c8c60, c8d7c, ffbf924f, 0, 3, 3) + 20
fe062754 nioqrc (c8bb8, d8ec2, c10ef, 1, 0, 30b7c) + 4e0
fe1afe88 ttcdrv (c10e0, 3, 30ad8, bc950, 0, 0) + 3f4
fe06a958 nioqwa (0, c8bb8, fe1afa94, c10e0, 30b00, 0) + 50
fdea0cac upirtrc (30ad8, 4, bc950, 0, 0, 0) + 6b4
fde9d6f0 upiex0 (30ad8, 0, 20, 1572b8, 1, c10e0) + 598
fde6382c ociexe (13a5d8, 4, 1, fde642f8, 13a5d8, ac) + 5c
ff25f258 oracle_execute (13a5a8, ff27a380, fffffffc, ff27bd6f, 45, b67) + 8f0
ff25f5cc oracle_exec_direct (13a5a8, ff27a380, 25be, 29, 4, 0) + 74
ff251018 DBMExecDirect (13a5a8, ff27a380, ff27a380, 2710, ff399a64, ffbff26d) + 140
ff259af8 do_selectfd (8, ff399a64, 1, 0, 0, 0) + 298
ff259e44 dbm_selectfd (8, ff399a64, 1, 0, feebf82d, 0) + 9c
ff325944 __1cKist_select6Fipkc_i_ (10, ff399a64, ffbff410, 1, 7fffff85, ff26c7de) + cc
ff325808 __1cPist_fetchrecord6Fipkc_i_ (10, ff399a64, ff399ade, 13d262, 81010100, ff00) + 38
ff325774 __1cOist_readrecord6FipcpnKistauthmsg__i_ (10, ff399a64, 25f88, 2639a, 13d262, 12d2f4) + 3c
ff334664 __1cQValidateRelation6FpnKistauthmsg__i_ (13d262, ffbff524, 2642c, 0, 3000, ffbff498) + 154
ff317b04 __1cPValidateAccount6FpnKistauthmsg__i_ (25f88, 29710, 0, feebc000, 0, 0) + 644
ff32469c __1cNist_authorize6FpnKistauthmsg__i_ (25f88, ff207629, ff21b2d4, 7efefeff, 81010100, ff00) + 2f4
ff3242dc __1cList_finauth6FpnKistauthmsg__i_ (25f88, 12, 3, ff21b2d4, 2af8, 2bf) + 184
ff33fa80 __1cKProcessShc6FpnKistauthmsg__i_ (2bf, ffbff6a2, 0, 0, 4, 0) + 128
0001164c __1cHProcess6F_i_ (0, 2, 28, ff21b2d4, 22378, 14) + 144
000111b8 main (1, ffbff814, ffbff81c, 21c00, 0, 0) + 68
00011128 _start (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 108
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Can anyone help me in understanding this. Any links,Any suggestions,Any Guidance is greatly appreciated.

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HG
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