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Cisco Bug: CSCur32580 - Assertion failure at npu/npumgr/npumgr_forwarding_handler.c:2699

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Jan 30, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

16.0(1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Assertion failure at npu/npumgr/npumgr_forwarding_handler.c:2699
  Function: sn_npumgr_db_process_forwarding_list()
  Code: CRASH
  Proclet: npumgr (f=103000,i=3)
  Process: card=3 cpu=1 arch=A pid=868 cpu=~51% argv0=npumgr
  Crash time: 2014-Oct-17+04:04:08 UTC
  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable

Conditions:
Before crash happened we could see many logs indicating receiving route for unknown route:

2014-Oct-17+04:03:50.846 [mpls 163500 error] [1/0/12373 <mpls_sig:11> rcpfrtn4.c:1175] [software internal system] PM received a route message for an unknown route.
Destination address 10.205.0.0.
FEC type = 2, prefix length = 19, route index = 1 
LDP PM instance   = 1


2014-Oct-17+04:03:50.846 [mpls 163500 error] [1/0/12373 <mpls_sig:11> rcpfrtn4.c:1175] [software internal system] PM received a route message for an unknown route.
Destination address 10.204.80.0.
FEC type = 2, prefix length = 20, route index = 1 
LDP PM instance   = 1


2014-Oct-17+04:03:50.846 [mpls 163500 error] [1/0/12373 <mpls_sig:11> rcpfrtn4.c:1175] [software internal system] PM received a route message for an unknown route.
Destination address 192.168.221.0.
FEC type = 2, prefix length = 24, route index = 1 
LDP PM instance   = 1


2014-Oct-17+04:03:50.846 [mpls 163500 error] [1/0/12373 <mpls_sig:11> rcpfrtn4.c:1175] [software internal system] PM received a route message for an unknown route.
Destination address 10.204.0.0.
FEC type = 2, prefix length = 19, route index = 1 
LDP PM instance   = 1
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