CLI "show alarms" crashes on Solaris 10 with CA Spectrum 9.4.x

Document ID : KB000057044
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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The Command Line Interface (CLI) "show alarms" command crashes with a core file on Solaris 10. The following is the stack trace from the core file:

Aug 10 9:19:22 EDT root@amun#> mdb /opt/CA/Spectrum/vnmsh/show core
Loading modules: [ ]
> $C
ffbff438`localtime_r+0x2c(0, ffbff58c, ffbff58c, 25, edd20, fd369288)
ffbff498`__1cKCsDateTimeIget_time6kMpc1_1_+0xcc(0, a3657, d35d0, fee07dec, fee10b78, 54)
ffbff5b0`__1cKCsDateTimeLtime_string6kMpc_pkc_+0x94(0, a3657, ff12b414, fee07dec, fee10b6c, d8418)
ffbff630 __1cRprint_galarm_node6FpnRCsGlobalAlarmNode__v_+0x5a4(d8cd0, 0, 20, 1516ec, d8bb0, d8238)
ffbff6e8 __1cRprint_galarm_list6FpnRCsGlobalAlarmList__v_+0xf4(aae18, fffffffc, 0, 0, a351e, d1898)
ffbff748 __1cGgalarm6FrnNCsLscpeHandle__ki_+0x5c(ff1ec5cc, aadfc, 9ea64, aadf8, d0e68, aae00)
ffbff7a8 main+0x34dc(a1308, ffbffcdc, 2, d0608, a1284, af2b8)
ffbffc78 _start+0xd8(0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)
> $Q



There is a new "Last Occurrence" alarm attribute introduced in Spectrum 9.4. The "show alarms" command was not updated to account for this attribute.



This issue is scheduled to be addressed in Spectrum with Defect 372959. Please open a case with Spectrum Support if this issue is encountered in Spectrum 9.4.x.