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Cisco Bug: CSCur13872 - QvPC-DI:Sessmgr crash:assert at sess/smgr/sessmgr_sgx.c:2011

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Mar 22, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

17.1.0.57118 17.1.0.57254 18.0.0.57561

Description (partial)

Symptom:
********************* CRASH #20 ***********************

SW Version          : 16.1(56667)

Similar Crash Count : 1

Time of First Crash : 2014-Oct-19+06:18:41



Assertion failure at sess/smgr/sessmgr_sgx.c:1758

  Function: sessmgr_sgx_usr_dispatch_cb()

  Expression: event_data->type == SGX_EVT_SESS_RELEASE_RSP

  Proclet: sessmgr (f=87000,i=268)

  Process: card=7 cpu=0 arch=X pid=7442 cpu=~11% argv0=sessmgr

  Crash time: 2014-Oct-19+00:48:41 UTC

  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable

  Stack (27416@0xffff7000):

    [ffffe430/X] __kernel_vsyscall() sp=0xffff72b8

    [0abc05ff/X] sn_assert() sp=0xffff72f8

    [0361b51e/X] sessmgr_sgx_usr_dispatch_cb() sp=0xffff7438

    [053c66a8/X] sgx_imsa_handle_reauth_rsp() sp=0xffff88b8

    [053ff178/X] imsa_sgx_session_fsm() sp=0xffff8938

    [05387f94/X] sgx_imsa_handle_event() sp=0xffff8c58

    [05388e42/X] sgx_imsa_handle_dpca_fsm_event() sp=0xffff8c98

    [053890c7/X] sgx_imsa_handle_dpca_event() sp=0xffff8d68

    [053df241/X] imsa_dpca_message_cb() sp=0xffffa1a8

    [0a6964a9/X] sn_diam_process_inbound_message() sp=0xffffb038

    [0a697a3c/X] diabase_inbound_msg_from_peer() sp=0xffffb4f8

    [0ac78828/X] sn_msg_arriving_handle() sp=0xffffd5e8

    [0ac5d959/X] sn_loop_run() sp=0xffffda98

    [0aa01ecd/X] main() sp=0xffffdb08

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normal use of GGSN.
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