memory usage in procedure headers error? 
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 memory usage in procedure headers error?

I will occasionally see a run of error messages of the following
form in our errorlog:

00:97/09/23 15:42:45.37 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
headers (1)
does not match memory usage count in Pss (-92) for server process id 1.
00:97/09/23 16:28:42.43 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
headers (1)
does not match memory usage count in Pss (30) for server process id 1.
00:97/09/23 16:28:42.65 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
headers (1)
does not match memory usage count in Pss (-28) for server process id 1.
00:97/09/23 16:28:42.83 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
headers (1)
does not match memory usage count in Pss (30) for server process id 1.
00:97/09/23 16:28:43.03 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
headers (1)
does not match memory usage count in Pss (-28) for server process id 1.

I can find no reference to this message in Sybooks or on the Sybase
support Web site.  We are running version

00:97/09/30 10:32:30.21 kernel  SQL Server/11.0.2/P/Digital
UNIX/3.2/1/OPT/Tue Sep 10 14:48:39 PDT 1996

Should I be concerned?  So far, I have not detected any other
weirdness in association with these events.

Thanks,

Ken Fasman
WI/MIT Center for Genome Research



Sun, 27 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 memory usage in procedure headers error?

This is caused by a minor bug, but is not a cause for concern,
on its own, this message can be safely ignored.  [think of it
as the bug being that we print this warning at all...]

I believe it has been fixed in the latest rollups.

-bret

Quote:

> I will occasionally see a run of error messages of the following
> form in our errorlog:

> 00:97/09/23 15:42:45.37 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
> headers (1)
> does not match memory usage count in Pss (-92) for server process id 1.
> 00:97/09/23 16:28:42.43 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
> headers (1)
> does not match memory usage count in Pss (30) for server process id 1.
> 00:97/09/23 16:28:42.65 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
> headers (1)
> does not match memory usage count in Pss (-28) for server process id 1.
> 00:97/09/23 16:28:42.83 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
> headers (1)
> does not match memory usage count in Pss (30) for server process id 1.
> 00:97/09/23 16:28:43.03 server  WARNING: memory usage in procedure
> headers (1)
> does not match memory usage count in Pss (-28) for server process id 1.

> I can find no reference to this message in Sybooks or on the Sybase
> support Web site.  We are running version

> 00:97/09/30 10:32:30.21 kernel  SQL Server/11.0.2/P/Digital
> UNIX/3.2/1/OPT/Tue Sep 10 14:48:39 PDT 1996

> Should I be concerned?  So far, I have not detected any other
> weirdness in association with these events.

> Thanks,

> Ken Fasman
> WI/MIT Center for Genome Research

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Tue, 29 Aug 2000 03:00:00 GMT
 
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