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Cisco Bug: CSCuo16072 - Function: sessmgr_gprs_process_sub_session_idle(2)

Last Modified

Dec 25, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

16.0(1) 18.0.0.58222

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Assertion failure at sess/smgr/sessmgr_gprs.c:11744
  Function: sessmgr_gprs_process_sub_session_idle()
  Expression: (((sess)!=((void *)0))&&((sess)->magic == 0xEA))
  Proclet: sessmgr (f=87000,i=51)
  Process: card=4 cpu=0 arch=X pid=7842 cpu=~9% argv0=sessmgr
  Crash time: 2014-Apr-08+06:45:43 UTC
  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable
  Stack (79880@0xfffea000):
    [ffffe430/X] __kernel_vsyscall() sp=0xfffea328
    [0aa7086f/X] sn_assert() sp=0xfffea368
    [03f36092/X] sessmgr_gprs_process_sub_session_idle() sp=0xfffea5f8
    [0401b92a/X] sessmgr_gprs_callline_fsm() sp=
    [072d35b4/X] sessmgr_gprs_s4_send_sub_sess_idle_event() sp=
    [073c3b95/X] s4_sessmgr_gprs_fsm_pdp_cleanup() sp=
    [072bc25d/X] s4_sessmgr_gprs_substate_fsm() sp=
    [073f9f89/X] s4_sessmgr_gprs_fsm_nrspca_actv_abort_proc() sp=
    [072bc25d/X] s4_sessmgr_gprs_substate_fsm() sp=
    [072d87b8/X] s4_gprs_feed_pdp_event_with_msg() sp=
    [072d883f/X] s4_gprs_set_proc_abort_rsn_and_failure_cause_and_abort_proc() sp=
    [07327287/X] sessmgr_gprs_s4_send_delete_event_to_one_bundle() sp=
    [0732921c/X] sessmgr_gprs_s4_send_delete_event_to_bundles() sp=
    [07329772/X] sessmgr_gprs_s4_deactivate_pdps() sp=
    [03fbfbc1/X] sessmgr_gprs_fsm() sp=
    [0401ba6d/X] sessmgr_gprs_callline_fsm() sp=
    [06a7a5a3/X] gprs_handle_standalone_dsd() sp=
    [06a7c4ce/X] gprs_map_delete_subscription_req() sp=
    [0543f975/X] sgsn_handle_hss_dsd_req() sp=
    [0543fddc/X] sgsn_handle_hss_initiated_msg() sp=
    [0543ff61/X] mme_hss_session_cb_open_server_update() sp=
    [0542a6e0/X] mme_hss_session_run() sp=
    [0542b965/X] mme_hss_diabase_message_cb() sp=
    [0a54aea5/X] sn_diam_process_inbound_message() sp=

Conditions:
During overnight call model run this crash is seen in system-test setup
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