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Cisco Bug: CSCup29919 - pim/pim6 ITAL traceback MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG: wavl_delete_thread

Last Modified

Jul 20, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Carrier Routing System

Known Affected Releases

4.1.2.BASE

Description (partial)

Symptom:
The following messages seen on the active RP:
 
pim6[1140]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim6 : (PID=168202) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de918b8 4de870f0 4de8cdb0 4de8d740 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020cc 401fae24
pim[1139]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim : (PID=168201) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de918b8 4de870f0 4de8cdb0 4de8d740 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020a8 401e3f6c
pim6[1140]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim6 : (PID=168202) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de91724 4de86f44 4de8b1c8 4de8d7d8 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020cc 401fae24
pim[1139]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim : (PID=168201) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de91724 4de86f44 4de8b1c8 4de8d7d8 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020a8 401e3f6c
pim6[1140]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim6 : (PID=168202) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de91724 4de86f44 4de8b1c8 4de8d7d8 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020cc 401fae24
pim[1139]: %MGBL-SYS-3-NOT_THREADED_MSG : wavl_delete_thread: Attempt to remove an unthreaded node from a tree  : pkg/bin/pim : (PID=168201) :  -Traceback= 4c20cfac 4de91724 4de86f44 4de8b1c8 4de8d7d8 4de5807c 4c25106c 4c24edfc 400020a8 401e3f6c

Conditions:
The messages are seen when there is a vrf entry mismatch in the ITAL database while deleting a vrf entry. ITAL was not able to remove the vrf entry because it did not take care of the deletion at right time.
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