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Cisco Bug: CSCup19876 - 6GSPA/3GSPA memory leak cause SPA- fail_code:0x1107(analyze failed)

Last Modified

Feb 13, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco uBR10000 Series Universal Broadband Routers

Known Affected Releases

12.2(33)SCH

Description (partial)

Symptom:
"show memory"  in jacket console, will find malloc counters is bigger than free counters. And the value increase continuously.  After a long time, there is no memory available. From test, each spa reset/oir will cause memory leak. About 3 days' reset will exhaust all memory

jacket4spa-1> sh mem
**********Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Passed 466105 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Failed 0 Number of Times
 Memory Free (mlcfree) Passed 466081 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcfree) Failed 0 Number of Times
**********End Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******

reset spa

jacket4spa-1> sh mem
**********Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Passed 466759 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Failed 0 Number of Times
 Memory Free (mlcfree) Passed 466731 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcfree) Failed 0 Number of Times
**********End Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******

reset spa

jacket4spa-1> sh mem
**********Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Passed 467127 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Failed 0 Number of Times
 Memory Free (mlcfree) Passed 467095 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcfree) Failed 0 Number of Times
**********End Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******

reset spa

jacket4spa-1> sh mem
**********Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Passed 467384 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcmalloc) Failed 0 Number of Times
 Memory Free (mlcfree) Passed 467348 Number of Times
 Memory Allocation (mlcfree) Failed 0 Number of Times
**********End Jacket4spa Resource Manager Stats *******

Conditions:
Reset or oir spa will trigger the leak,  or normal operations.
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