Cisco Bug: CSCuq50780 - BGP generates tracebacks when "bg:bd" exceeds 64 chars
Jan 14, 2017
- Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: When <bg + bd> string exceeds 64 characters, BGP process begins to throw log messages with the following tracebacks: RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Aug 21 11:41:17.911 BRGMT: bgp: %ROUTING-BGP-3-BUF_TOO_SHORT :  : A string buffer was too short during a string print operation (string "TBL:HSI_VPLS_IIG01_BHE01_40078:HSI_VPLS_IIG01_BHE01_40078 (25/6" truncated) : pkg/bin/bgp : (PID=3617117) : -Traceback= d07a9af ab7865c ab4f806 ad4192c ad43b8b cea3033 c3fdd0b 904d315 904e0e8 904d459 822605f 82242b2 d079c48 ad3b9b9 828e020 Conditions: The symptom is observed when configuring <bg + bd> exceeds 64 characters and every time a Bridge Group is configured.
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