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Javacore error

Posted on 2012-03-13
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I am getting the following out of memory error, but I do not see why

0SECTION       TITLE subcomponent dump routine
NULL           ===============================
1TISIGINFO     OUTOFMEMORY received
1TIDATETIME    Date:                 2012/03/13 at 17:09:55
1TIFILENAME    Javacore filename:    /tmp/wmb/messagebroker_runtime1/javacore.20120313.170955.9646.txt
NULL           ------------------------------------------------------------------------
0SECTION       XHPI subcomponent dump routine
NULL           ==============================
1HPTIME        Tue Mar 13 17:09:55 2012
1HPSIGRECV     Unexpected signal - received in ?? at (nil) in ??. Processing terminated.
1HPFULLVERSION J2RE 1.4.2 IBM build cxia321420-20040626
NULL
1HPOPENV       Operating Environment
NULL           ---------------------
2HPHOSTNAME    Host             : rhel1.(none)
2HPOSLEVEL     OS Level         : 2.6.18-238.el5.#1 SMP Sun Dec 19 14:22:44 EST 2010
2HPLIBCVER     glibc Version    : 2.5
2HPCPUS        Processors -
2HPLIBCVER     glibc Version    : 2.5
2HPCPUS        Processors -
3HPARCH          Architecture     : (not implemented)
3HPNUMCPUS       How Many         : (not implemented)
3HPCPUSENABLED   Enabled          : 16
NULL
1HPMEMINFO     Memory Info
NULL           -----------
2HPMEMLINE     MemTotal:     264283516 kB
2HPMEMLINE     MemFree:      259622032 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Buffers:         53024 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Cached:        4207052 kB
2HPMEMLINE     SwapCached:          0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Active:        2054968 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Inactive:      2380008 kB
2HPMEMLINE     HighTotal:           0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     HighFree:            0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     LowTotal:     264283516 kB
2HPMEMLINE     LowFree:      259622032 kB
2HPMEMLINE     SwapTotal:    56918008 kB
2HPMEMLINE     SwapFree:     56918008 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Dirty:         1032664 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Writeback:           0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     AnonPages:      174848 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Mapped:          44628 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Slab:           151448 kB
2HPMEMLINE     PageTables:      14200 kB
2HPMEMLINE     NFS_Unstable:        0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Bounce:              0 kB
2HPMEMLINE     CommitLimit:  189059764 kB
2HPMEMLINE     Committed_AS:   458656 kB
2HPMEMLINE     VmallocTotal: 34359738367 kB
2HPMEMLINE     VmallocUsed:    290896 kB
2HPMEMLINE     VmallocChunk: 34359447143 kB
2HPMEMLINE     HugePages_Total:     0
2HPMEMLINE     HugePages_Free:      0
2HPMEMLINE     HugePages_Rsvd:      0
2HPMEMLINE     Hugepagesize:     2048 kB

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Looks like there is plenty of memory free

Am I missing something ?
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Possibly a hardware memory issue
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