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Cisco Bug: CSCul97068 - Assertion failure at sess/aaamgr/aaamgr_buf.c:335

Last Modified

Feb 08, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

12.0(35)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
sessmgr crash - Assertion failure at sess/aaamgr/aaamgr_buf.c:335 at Function: sn_aaa_buffer_free()

 Stack (52312@0xbfff3000):
    [b7e2a491/X] kill() sp=0xbfff3a58
    [1045b281/X] sn_assert() sp=0xbfff3a88
    [ ecf88b7/X] sn_aaa_buffer_free() sp=0xbfff3ad8
    [ eb871c7/X] sn_aaa_session_kill() sp=0xbfff3b58
    [ eb864a6/X] sn_aaa_session_delete_disc_reason() sp=0xbfff3b98
    [ aa769fa/X] sessmgr_cleanup_session_entry() sp=0xbfff40c8
    [ aa75048/X] sessmgr_dealloc_all_session_entries() sp=0xbfff4108
    [ aa3cf80/X] sessmgr_deallocate_callline() sp=0xbfff45d8
    [ d2c74fc/X] sessmgr_gprs_recreate_clp_for_smid() sp=0xbfff4a48
    [ b16154b/X] sessmgr_gprs_fsm_state_standby() sp=0xbfff4b58
    [ b16b33a/X] sessmgr_gprs_fsm() sp=0xbfff4c28
    [ b128ec7/X] sessmgr_gprs_callline_state_connected() sp=0xbfff4c58
    [ b12ad3e/X] sessmgr_gprs_callline_fsm() sp=0xbfff4c88
    [ d0e0bd2/X] sessmgr_gprs_handle_attach_request() sp=0xbfff5358
    [ d0e9097/X] GeLiGmuGSigInd() sp=0xbfff5398
    [11980742/X] GmUiGmuGSigInd() sp=0xbfff53d8
    [1192caaa/X] gmGmdAsgnCfmIn02() sp=0xbfff5528
    [11987331/X] gmPostEventToGmFsm() sp=0xbfff5548
    [11968201/X] gmLlcProcAsnCfm() sp=0xbfff5578
    [118f470d/X] GmLiGlsAsnCfm() sp=0xbfff5778
    [118ed204/X] GlUiGlsAsnCfm() sp=0xbfff5798
    [118bd459/X] GlUiGlsAsnReq() sp=0xbfff5858
    [1197f8e1/X] GmLiGlsAsnReq() sp=0xbfff58a8
    [11987126/X] gmSyncKeysWithLLC() sp=0xbfff5948

Conditions:
SGSN running 12.0 (52058)
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