Cisco Bug: CSCur35347 - ASR1002-X "SBC File Daemon Crash" / High CPU During Harddisk Log Delete
Sep 14, 2019
- Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: An ASR 1002-X router may see high CPU eventually leading in the "SBC File Daemon" process crashing due to an abort signal. The following errors may also be seen in the log: %SBC-1-MSG-XXX Critical internal consistency failure. Information for Customer Support: Filename : ../VIEW_ROOT/cisco.comp/sbc/src/sbc-infra/src/nbase/base/nbbtrips.c Line number : X Failure text: ips->data_size >= data_len UNIX-EXT-SIGNAL: Aborted(6), Process = SBC File Daemon Conditions: SBC must be performing an operation on the file system, invoking the "SBC File Daemon" process. Typically seen of a large amount of logs are being deleted off the harddisk.
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