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Cisco Bug: CSCum62592 - Fatal Signal 6: Aborted [f7e285a1/X]

Last Modified

Feb 12, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

14.0(38) 14.0(43)

Description (partial)

Fatal Signal 6: Aborted
  PC: [f7e285a1/X]
  Process: card=10 cpu=0 arch=X pid=4875 cpu=~21% argv0=sessmgr
  Crash time: 2014-Jan-13+04:51:11 UTC
  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable
  Stack (48120@0xffff2000):
    [f7e285a1/X] sp=0xffff2fa8
    [f7e2984e/X] sp=0xffff30d8
    [f7e230c9/X] sp=0xffff30f8
    [0b9b61cb/X] cmFreeMem() sp=0xffff3128
    [0badbe22/X] gmRemMsCb() sp=0xffff3168
    [0ba9dfcc/X] gmGmdCnclMsIn01() sp=0xffff31b8
    [0badedc4/X] gmPostEventToGmFsm() sp=0xffff31d8
    [0ba39f67/X] GmUiGmuCmdReq() sp=0xffff33e8
    [062077de/X] sessmgr_gprs_cleanup_ms_ex() sp=0xffff3488
    [06267f92/X] gprs_cleanup_call_at_2g() sp=0xffff34b8
    [0626392d/X] sgsn_handle_inter_rat_at_2g() sp=0xffff3608
    [061f6f3d/X] sn_gprs_handle_rau_from_other_service() sp=0xffff3718
    [061f46e2/X] sessmgr_gprs_handle_non_inter_sgsn_rau_type() sp=0xffff3838
    [061f565c/X] sessmgr_gprs_handle_rau_request() sp=0xffff3948
    [061fa613/X] GeLiGmuGSigInd() sp=0xffff3988
    [0bad77c5/X] GmUiGmuGSigInd() sp=0xffff39c8
    [0ba8c679/X] gmGmdStartRAU() sp=0xffff3ae8
    [0ba8ca0f/X] gmGmdRAUIn03() sp=0xffff3be8
    [0badedc4/X] gmPostEventToGmFsm() sp=0xffff3c08
    [0ba48852/X] gmGmdProcLlcUdatInd() sp=0xffff3d88
    [0bac6ce3/X] gmDfnDistMsg() sp=0xffff3f38
    [0ba3deb9/X] GmLiGlsGmmUDatInd() sp=0xffff3f88
    [0ba34f3f/X] GlUiGlsGmmUDatInd() sp=0xffff3fb8
    [0ba2809a/X] glRxFrame() sp=0xffff4088

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