IV12616: JNI APPLICATION USING SIGNALS HANDLERS CRASHES IBM LINUX JVM AFTER APPLYING IZ86774
Closed as program error.
Error Message: A JNI application using its own signal handlers crashes IBM Linux JVM as below "main" J9VMThread:0x00007F2938032800, j9thread_t:0x00007F29380078F0, java/lang/Thread:0x00007F29306132F8, state:R, prio=5 (native thread ID:0x12D0, native priority:0x5, native policy:UNKNOWN) (native stack address range from:0x00007F293C702000,to:0x00007F293D103000, size:0xA01000) Native callstack: (0x00007F2937ECBF12 <OSB>libj9prt26.so+0x11f12<CSB>) (0x00007F2937ED934F <OSB>libj9prt26.so+0x1f34f<CSB>) (0x00007F2937ECBC5B <OSB>libj9prt26.so+0x11c5b<CSB>) (0x00007F2937ECBD57 <OSB>libj9prt26.so+0x11d57<CSB>) ..... . Stack Trace: N/A .
Use JVM command line option -Xrs to disable IBM JVM signal handling
IBM Linux JVM application is not able to register its native signal handler through JNI on top of the JVM's signal handler, instead it is being chained to JVM handler via libjsig.so. The application would experiance a crash in this scenario.
This defect will be fixed in: 6.0.1 SR2 6.0.0 SR10 FP1 7.0.0 SR1 . IBM JVM has been updated to prevent the crash from occuring when a signal handler is registered through a JNI function. With this APAR the functionality provided in APAR IZ86774 on Linux platform will not work. In order to get the functionality in IZ86774 on Linux, set the env var LD_PRELOAD to point at libjsig.so, as documented in the JDK user guide http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/javasdk/v6r0/topic/com. ibm.java.doc.user.lnx.60/user/native_signals.html
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