Can anyone remember seeing this assertion? It's a repetitive occurrence, so an avoidance strategy is sought ( a.k.a. "a clue" :)

E. 03/09 19:43:36. *** ERROR *** Assertion failed: 102400[ddd] (
Unexpected error when attempting to remove a lock

( EXTRA POINTS for recommending an upgrade to Version 17 ! )

asked 12 Mar '20, 10:36

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Breck Carter
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Hi Breck,

Is this on Linux? There is a bug (CR #725718) that can result in this assertion on "newer" versions of glibc. Was to OS recently updated?

The bug is fixed in,, 16.0.1271+ (and 17!)


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answered 12 Mar '20, 15:28

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Mikel Rychliski
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Yes, indeed, it is on Linux, THANK you!

Are the V11 Linux EBFs floating around somewhere? I have 3158 for Windows but not Linux.

(12 Mar '20, 15:52) Breck Carter
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...and yes, you get the extra points.

That's the good news...

(12 Mar '20, 16:03) Breck Carter

NO DATA AVAILABLE for me, even with an S user id.

(13 Mar '20, 13:21) Breck Carter

Well, for me there certainly are EBFs available down to SQL Anywhere 9 when I search for "Downloads" and "SQL Anywhere XY" in the SAP Portal "Software Downloads" page (just the page I also use to get fresh v17 EBFs). That doesn't help you, I know...

(13 Mar '20, 13:27) Volker Barth
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