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Thread 1 advanced to log sequence 17298
  Current log# 5 seq# 17298 mem# 0: /oraData4/PRODINFI/Log/redo0501.log
  Current log# 5 seq# 17298 mem# 1: /oraData1/PRODINFI/Log/redo0502.log
Thu Apr  2 15:49:39 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_12451.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:50:32 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13333.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:51:36 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13347.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:52:25 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13353.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:53:59 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13365.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:55:18 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13373.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:57:29 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13379.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 15:58:35 2009
Errors in file /oracle/app/product/10.2.0/admin/PRODINFI/udump/prodinfi_ora_13401.trc:
ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [opidsa()+386] [SIGSEGV] [Address not mapped to object] [0x000000000] [] []
Thu Apr  2 20:49:50 2009
Thread 1 advanced to log sequence 17299
  Current log# 3 seq# 17299 mem# 0: /oraData4/PRODINFI/Log/redo0301.log
  Current log# 3 seq# 17299 mem# 1: /oraData1/PRODINFI/Log/redo0302.log

I am attaching the trace file 
 
 
Kindly advice me As my server is up and running I got these ERROR!! yesterday in my alert log file. Please advice how to proceed with that.
Sandeep Sxena
91-9370261361.

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According to MetaLink, the only published bug says it has to do with describing a cursor in 10.2.0.3.

It will occur after the database has been up for some time and flushing the shared pool may help clear the problem.

The bug is fixed in 10.2.0.4
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