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Cisco Bug: CSCun39810 - Iosd Crash due to snmpProxy

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Feb 18, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco IOS

Known Affected Releases

15.0SID

Description (partial)

Symptom:
5760 Crashing with SNMP problem

Decoded Crash
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#0  0xf676029f in snmp_free_variable_element [__be_snmp_free_varia...] (elem=<value optimized out>) at ../snmp/snmp_malloc.c:236
#1  0xf675a3c4 in __be_FreeOctetString. [__be_FreeOctetString...] (os_ptr=0x97561640) at ../snmp/SR/seclib/free_lib.c:98
#2  0xf6e51aae in SrFreeSnmpMessage [__be_SrFreeSnmpMessa...] (snmp_msg=0x975392b8) at ../snmp/SR/seclib/sr_msg.c:220
#3  0xf6775592 in snmpProxyFwderFreeResp [__be_snmpProxyFwderF...] (fwdresp=0x98181910) at ../snmp-proxy/proxy_forward_util.c:135
#4  0xf67738fa in __be_snmpProxyFwderHandleProxyAgents. [__be_snmpProxyFwderH...] (fwdresp=0x98181910) at ../snmp-proxy/proxy_forward.c:493
#5  0xf6773622 in snmp_proxy_fwder [__be_snmp_proxy_fwde...] () at ../snmp-proxy/proxy_forward.c:634
#6  0xf6a7e220 in process_create_preemptive [__be_process_create_...] (padd=Cannot access memory at address 0x8
) at ../VIEW_ROOT/cisco.comp/kernel/mki/src/process.c:2208
Backtrace stopped: previous frame inner to this frame (corrupt stack?)
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Conditions:
Running 03.3(02)SE

Carsh info link 
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