FINACLE CORE DUMP

Hello all,  I need help in analyzing a core dump..  I am trying to call one of Finacle SRVs in a Script I wrote to perform a finale core process through FI. But at the point of executing the SRV.  I get a “Core Dump” and I can’t exactly point out what the problem is..

Kindly assist with how i can analyse the “core dump” to get the exact issue with the service.. Thanks

Newbie Asked on October 18, 2019 in Finacle FI.
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    If you have pstack installed then write the command ‘pstack core’ and it will give you logs where in you can point which product file the issue has occured in. Apart from this you will not get any other useful information which if you are not from the product team, you will not have the access to read the encrypted product files.
    I would rather suggest use finacle.debug and try to go through and find the issue. It would have been mostly a data consistency issue.

    Regular+ Answered on November 21, 2019.

    Thanks at SumitJena..  I understand the fact that it is mostly a data inconsistency issue that gives rise to core dump.. And I have also tried the Finacle Debug route but didn’t get anything valuable…

    But can you guide me through on how to install pstack on finacle environment.. I did really appreciate

    on November 21, 2019.
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    Please check the logs to see if there is a fatal_info.log along with the core. If yes, please read the fatal_info.log file to check the error message. Please check the inputs that you pass to the SRV call.  pstack of core is the easiest way to debug core. Have you tried enabling the trace in your script? Try printing the input values before calling the SRV and see

    Regular+ Answered on January 16, 2020.
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