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JVM Problem

kaushik Raman

Joined: Jun 25, 2004
Posts: 3
I am getting the following problem at runtime,i am using solaris 5.8 ,weblogic 6 and jdk 1.3.1 version for running the J2EE application.

unexpected exception has been detected in native code outside the VM.
Unexpected Signal : 11 occurred at PC=0xff2422b0
Function name=realloc

Current Java thread:
at com.edocs.core.Formatter.composeHtmlDocument2(Native Method)

Dynamic libraries:
0x10000 /usr/java/bin/../bin/sparc/native_threads/java
0xff350000 /usr/lib/
0xff390000 /usr/lib/
0xff200000 /usr/lib/
0xff330000 /usr/platform/SUNW,Ultra-60/lib/
0xfe000000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/server/
0xff2e0000 /usr/lib/
0xff1e0000 /usr/lib/
0xff100000 /usr/lib/
0xff0d0000 /usr/lib/
0xff310000 /usr/lib/
0xff0b0000 /usr/lib/
0xff080000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/native_threads/
0xff050000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/
0xfe7c0000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/
0xff020000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/
0xfe560000 /usr/lib/locale/en_US/
0xfdf90000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/
0xfdee0000 /usr/lib/
0xfdeb0000 /apps/weblogic/lib/solaris/
0xfa840000 /usr/j2sdk1_3_1_01/jre/lib/sparc/
0xeab80000 /usr/local/EDCSbd/lib/SunOS_5.8/
0xeaa80000 /usr/local/EDCSbd/lib/SunOS_5.8/
0xfa810000 /usr/lib/
0xee7e0000 /usr/lib/
Ilja Preuss

Joined: Jul 11, 2001
Posts: 14112
Doesn't look like a performance problem - moving to Java in General (intermediate)...

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Michael Tiffany

Joined: Jun 24, 2004
Posts: 3

the realloc funtion changes the size of an allocated memory block: so it may be that your thread/application is bumping its head against the ceiling of heap memory allocated to the JVM by the OS.

You could always try specifying the maximum JVM heap size with the -Xmx flag and see what happens.

Hope that helps
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