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Cisco Bug: CSCus57027 - [18.0-SGSN]:Assert@Function: pmm_ms_fsm_invalid_event_handler()

Last Modified

Dec 26, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

17.2.0.58852 18.0.0.58686

Description (partial)

Assertion failure at sess/sgsn/sgsn-app/pmm/pmm_fsm.c:6836
  Note: Invalid/unhandled event PMM_APP_ET_EGTP_FWD_REL_COMP_IND in state PMM_ST_RNC_SRNS_RELOC_COMP_PENDING
  Function: pmm_ms_fsm_invalid_event_handler()
  Expression: 0
  Code: CRASH
  Proclet: sessmgr (f=87000,i=18)
  Process: card=4 cpu=1 arch=X pid=7829 cpu=~18% argv0=sessmgr
  Crash time: 2015-Jan-20+07:18:06 UTC

Symptom:
Assertion failure at sess/sgsn/sgsn-app/pmm/pmm_fsm.c:6836
  Note: Invalid/unhandled event PMM_APP_ET_EGTP_FWD_REL_COMP_IND in state PMM_ST_RNC_SRNS_RELOC_COMP_PENDING
  Function: pmm_ms_fsm_invalid_event_handler()
  Expression: 0
  Code: CRASH
  Proclet: sessmgr (f=87000,i=18)
  Process: card=4 cpu=1 arch=X pid=7829 cpu=~18% argv0=sessmgr
  Crash time: 2015-Jan-20+07:18:06 UTC
  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable
  Stack (131071@0xfffd3000, probably truncated):
    [ffffe430/X] __kernel_vsyscall() sp=0xfffd3c08
    [0b06b2af/X] sn_assert() sp=0xfffd3c48
    [06dadd1a/X] pmm_ms_fsm_invalid_event_handler() sp=0xfffd53b8
    [06d58e4f/X] pmm_fsm_feed_event() sp=0xfffd5448
    [06de0f50/X] sessmgr_sgsn_pmm_s4_sgsn_egtpc_callback() sp=0xfffe1b48
    [06f27e4c/X] sessmgr_s4_sgsn_egtpc_callback() sp=0xfffe1be8
    [07aceafe/X] egtpc_send_ind_evt() sp=0xfffe2838
    [07ada89c/X] egtpc_handle_fwd_reloc_cmp_notf_msg() sp=0xfffe2d08
    [07a9c144/X] egtpc_handle_tun_n_mob_mgmt_message() sp=0xfffe2fd8
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Conditions:
During overnight run of systest call-modelts this crash seen in the system.
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