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SQL1131N DARI (Stored Procedure) process has been terminated

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Hi,

Am getting the following error..

SQL1131N DARI (Stored Procedure) process has been terminated abnormally.  
sqlcode: -1131
sqlstate: 38503

while building DB2 java stored procedure in Development center.

Environment:
O.S Linux 9(Redhat)
DB2 Express edition 8.1

Thanks in advance..

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this error message means segmentation violation or some other user has killed the dari process.
In first case, check your code, it has programming error, in second case, tell the admin guy to stop killing the dari process.
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Thanks for the reply..

Regarding first case, i've not added and logic am just trying to create java stored procedure with the default values using wizard even this got failed.

Regarding second case, admin is not killing the dari process...otherwise how do we check whether the dari process is killed or not.

If killed how can we make alive..

Thanks in advance...
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message is still correct, segmentation violation means memory setup for db2 on your linux box is incorrect
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