After a power outage and then trying to load the SpectroSERVER database (current database is marked as crashed) this does not resolve a SpectroSERVER startup crash.
It appears the SpectroSERVER always crashes - anyway of the loaded database. Even with an initialized SpectroSERVER database covering only the catalog the startup causes a crash (core).
SpectroSERVER outfile ($SPECROOT/SS/VNM.OUT) covers:
mts free: (mts_page_gap::Vfree_memory) heap 0 out of bound address 0x7f0200000000 on page 0x7f0200000000 (out of bound)
CA Spectrum R10.2.1 on Linux host.
Problem caused by "hostname" change - while DNS resolves the IP still correctly with "original hostname"
Per CA Spectrum install file - $SPECROOT/UI-CONFIG.<hostname> we found out, that the "hostname" had changed. Still name resolution for this "old/previous" hostname is fine.
Corrected then at native OS-level the hostname - so running command "hostname" gives the proper hostname (which is seen per $SPECROOT/SS-Tools/MapUpdate -v too) - then solved this problem. SpectroSERVER is starting fine again and participating in DSS context.
Overall - it appears the changed hostname at native OS-level is introducing the crash-symptom at SpectroSERVER startup - even the name resolution for the old/previous and new/current name is fine.