The Answers where:
1. Upgrade to 9.1
2. Apply the following patches (for SNA 9.1 duhhh):
-rw-r--r-- 35001/911 964950 Nov 5 15:41 1998 ./105860-06.tar.Z
-rw-r--r-- 35001/911 2098881 Nov 3 19:40 1998 ./106162-07.tar.Z
-rw-r--r-- 35001/911 1084518 Nov 3 19:19 1998 ./106164-05.tar.Z
-rw-r--r-- 35001/911 1343219 Nov 3 19:32 1998 ./106165-03.tar.Z
-rw-r--r-- 35001/911 59133 Sep 29 16:53 1998 ./106723-02.tar.Z
3. Watch the size of the sunlu process, if it grows constantly, your application
(MQSeries) has a socket leak, which should be fixed.
Since the guy responsible for the Installation of the Software is in hospital, I will
have to wait, until he gets back, and then have him upgrade to SNA 9.1.
"J. Kell Canty" <email@example.com>
Seth Rothenberg <SROTHENB@montefiore.org>
Mark Hargrave <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hello knownledgable bunch,
> I have the very annoying problem on a System (U10, Solaris 2.5.1,
> Generic_105428-01) that is running MQ-Series (Version 2.2) and
> SunLink SNA (Version 9.0 patches 102312-14).
> The problem is, that the sunlu process is coredumping quite often
> (about daily), and then MQ-Series is quietly queueing up the
> transactions, until I restart the SNA, the MQ channel.
> Apart that I have a firend with the same problems, and no help until
> now from SUN, I have not found much, neither FAQs nor in the
> Does anybody know, how to get this piece of #$(*#$ software to run
> more stable ?
> TIA, will summarize.
> P.S. Yes I will set up monitoring, as soon as I get the production
> environment settings, but this isn't the solution, this is a kludge..
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