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Cisco Bug: CSCut64613 - ESXi PSOD with fnic driver 1.6.0.12b, 1.5.0.49 and 1.6.0.16

Last Modified

Aug 07, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco UCS Virtual Interface Card

Known Affected Releases

1.5(0.49) 1.6(0.12)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
UCS Server running ESXi and FNIC driver 1.6.0.12b might experience PSOD with either of following stacktrace

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 0x412240d5b7e0:[0x41802458889a]__raw_spin_failed@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x1 stac   <<<<< raw_spin_fail
 0x412240d5b820:[0x41802459cec9]SCSILinuxTryAbortCommand@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0
 0x412240d5b860:[0x41802459cf07]SCSILinuxAbortCommand@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x2a
 0x412240d5b920:[0x41802459e2c5]SCSILinuxAbortCommands@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x2
 0x412240d5b9c0:[0x41802427b989]SCSIIssueAdapterTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x39c stack
 0x412240d5ba50:[0x418024289a67]vmk_ScsiIssuePathTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x2f2 stac
 0x412240d5bb10:[0x41802466b9d7]nmpDeviceTaskMgmt@com.vmware.vmkapi#v2_1_0_0+0x3a2
 0x412240d5bba0:[0x41802426ed53]SCSIDeviceTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x232 stack: 0x24
 0x412240d5bbf0:[0x41802426ee84]SCSIDeviceIssueTMs@vmkernel#nover+0x6b stack: 0x800
 0x412240d5bc50:[0x41802426eef3]SCSIDeviceVirtResetCommon@vmkernel#nover+0x3a stack
 0x412240d5bc90:[0x418024273a7f]SCSI_DeviceVirtReset@vmkernel#nover+0xb6 stack: 0x0
 0x412240d5bd90:[0x418024256930]FSDisk_Ioctl@vmkernel#nover+0x5f7 stack: 0x41000c43
 0x412240d5bea0:[0x4180249069d6]LVMIoctlInt@<None>#<None>+0x631 stack: 0x41000c2e14
 0x412240d5bf60:[0x41802495e56d]FS3ReclaimHBCB@esx#nover+0xc0 stack: 0xffffffffffff
 0x412240d5bff0:[0x418024049dcd]helpFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x53c stack: 0x0, 0x0, 0x0,

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 0x4122ed35ba10:[0x41800fd8889a]__raw_spin_failed@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x1 stac  <<<<< raw_spin_fail
 0x4122ed35ba60:[0x4180100ce90b]fnic_fcpio_cmpl_handler@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.0.0+0xb6
 0x4122ed35bab0:[0x4180100c89b4]fnic_wq_copy_cmpl_handler@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.0.0+0x 
 0x4122ed35bad0:[0x4180100c4bf0]fnic_isr_msix_wq_copy@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.0.0+0x37 s 
 0x4122ed35bb10:[0x41800fd6ad3c]Linux_IRQHandler@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x2b stac
 0x4122ed35bb90:[0x41800f852f12]IRQ_DoInterrupt@vmkernel#nover+0x341 stack: 0x6, 0x
 0x4122ed35bbd0:[0x41800f84c042]IDT_IntrHandler@vmkernel#nover+0x139 stack: 0x4122e
 0x4122ed35bbe0:[0x41800f911064]gate_entry@vmkernel#nover+0x63 stack: 0x0, 0x0, 0x0
 0x4122ed35bce8:[0x41800fadf12f]Power_HaltPCPU@vmkernel#nover+0x276 stack: 0x4122ed
 0x4122ed35bde8:[0x41800f9bfbe5]CpuSchedIdleLoopInt@vmkernel#nover+0x884 stack: 0x2
 0x4122ed35bed8:[0x41800f9c834f]CpuSchedDispatch@vmkernel#nover+0xab2 stack: 0x0, 0
 0x4122ed35bf48:[0x41800f9c96ab]CpuSchedWait@vmkernel#nover+0x242 stack: 0x41000000
 0x4122ed35bf98:[0x41800f9c98d0]CpuSched_VcpuHalt@vmkernel#nover+0x14b stack: 0x418
 0x4122ed35bfe8:[0x41800f8f4108]VMMVMKCall_Call@vmkernel#nover+0x1af stack: 0x0, 0x
 0x41800f8c8098:[0xfffffffffc223a16]__module_desc_heap_max@<None>#<None>+0xec005815

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0x4123ca01dd40:[0x4180390e74e4]__read_lock_failed@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x3e st <<<<<<< read lock
0x4123ca01dd80:[0x4180392a6fcb]fnic_fcpio_cmpl_handler@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.2.0+0x17
0x4123ca01dde0:[0x4180392a7606]fnic_wq_copy_cmpl_handler@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.2.0+0x
0x4123ca01de00:[0x41803929cfd4]fnic_isr_msix_wq_copy@com.cisco.fnic#9.2.2.0+0x38 s
0x4123ca01de40:[0x4180390c5d7e]Linux_IRQHandler@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x2a stac
0x4123ca01ded0:[0x418038a6afa6]IRQ_DoInterrupt@vmkernel#nover+0x33e stack: 0x0, 0x
0x4123ca01df10:[0x418038a641f3]IDT_IntrHandler@vmkernel#nover+0x12b stack: 0xffe4f
0x4123ca01df20:[0x418038af2064]gate_entry@vmkernel#nover+0x64 stack: 0x0, 0x13b, 0

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0x4123c63ddaf0:[0x4180260e74e4]__read_lock_failed@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x3e st <<<<<<<< read lock
0x4123c63ddb40:[0x4180261007f1]SCSILinuxTryAbortCommand@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0
0x4123c63ddb80:[0x418026102355]SCSILinux_Init@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x301 stack
0x4123c63ddc30:[0x418026102770]SCSILinuxAbortCommands@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0x1
0x4123c63ddcd0:[0x418025d30889]SCSIIssueAdapterTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x4a1 stack
0x4123c63ddd50:[0x418025d40e9d]vmk_ScsiIssuePathTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x399 stac
0x4123c63dde00:[0x41802621a1c7]nmpDeviceTaskMgmt@com.vmware.vmkapi#v2_2_0_0+0x393
0x4123c63ddeb0:[0x418025d1fa03]SCSIDeviceTaskMgmt@vmkernel#nover+0x1fb stack: 0xb9
0x4123c63ddf90:[0x418025d20f02]SCSIDeviceTimeoutHandlerFn@vmkernel#nover+0x226 sta
0x4123c63ddfd0:[0x418025d56a15]SCSITaskMgmtWorldFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x105 stack: 0
0x4123c63ddff0:[0x418025c56842]CpuSched_StartWorld@vmkernel#nover+0xfa stack: 0x0,

Conditions:
UCS server running ESXi 5.0 / 5.1 / 5.5 with FNIC driver version 1.6.0.12b
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