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Cisco Bug: CSCte38908 - CPU Hogs during failover in dispatch_lb.c

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Nov 09, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls

Known Affected Releases

8.2(1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:

continuous traceback seen on ASA carrying multicast traffic.

Jan 12 2010 11:12:55: %ASA-5-111008: User 'ciscoecats' executed the 'clear logging buffer' command.

Jan 12 2010 11:13:50: %ASA-7-711002: Task ran for 6 msec, Process = DATAPATH-5-567, PC = 0, Traceback =

Jan 12 2010 11:13:50: %ASA-7-711002: Task ran for 6 msec, Process = DATAPATH-5-567, PC = 0, Traceback = 0x081DBA26 0x08A94F08 0x08A9DCFC 0x08AA26A7 0xF7FA1A1C 0xF7E2F7D7

Jan 12 2010 11:13:50: %ASA-7-711002: Task ran for 23 msec, Process = DATAPATH-6-568, PC = 0, Traceback =

Jan 12 2010 11:13:50: %ASA-7-711002: Task ran for 23 msec, Process = DATAPATH-6-568, PC = 0, Traceback = 0x081DBA26 0x08A94F08 0x08A9DCFC 0x08AA26A7 0xF7FA1A1C 0xF7E2F7D7
Conditions:

When multicast traffic presents
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