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VM Trap

Leonardo Oillataguerre
Hi All,
We have a Headless Image (8.6) running on Linux. Because of application design, we use #become: to manage some objects changes.
The application run without problems a lot of days, but, time to time, we have a vmtrap in that #become: .

Playing with [VM Options] we could produce some changes in the frecuency of the event, but never stop it.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Leo

This is the trap.log

-Platform Information-------------------
VM Timestamp: 4.0,(NC) 7/3/2013 (85)
CPU Architecture: x86
OS Type: Linux
OS Version: 3.13.0-32-generic
-State Information----------------------
Handler=0xb76bab74
vmState=0x00000000
vmError=0x00000034
Signal=0x0000000b
GS=0x00000033
FS=0xc1680000
ES=0xffff007b
DS=0xc168007b
EDI=0x00000000
ESI=0x12c40368
EBP=0x0bea8900
ESP=0xbfe141b4
EAX=0x01c86926
EBX=0x3d3c6420
ECX=0xad464ea8
EDX=0x3ed59000
TRAPNO=0x0000000e
ERR=0x00000004
EIP=0xb76b0412
CS=0x00000073
EFL=0x00010202
UESP=0xbfe141b4
SS=0x0000007b
-----------------------------------------
Image snapshot: vmtrap.img
-Walkback--------------------------------
Object>>become:
BecomeProxy>>becomeObject
[] in Semaphore>>critical:
[] in Semaphore>>critical:
[] in <optimized block> BecomeProxy>>becomeObject

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