Cisco Bug: CSCvi66495 - Recursive routing / Tunnel loop causing memory corruption and crash
May 25, 2018
- Cisco IOS
Known Affected Releases
Symptom: A crash may be seen due to a tunnel recursion via OSPF. Checkheaps is reporting the previous pointer blk as corrupted, however it is pointing correctly to where the current block starts. 0: *Mar 19 11:26:47.452 MDT: %SYS-3-BADBLOCK: Bad block pointer 100A31A8 -Traceback= 5C39354z 403C23Cz 400EEDCz 4010810z 401F62Cz 5348774z 676CCB8z 4F68798z 4F4F6C8z 003283: *Mar 19 11:26:47.452 MDT: %SYS-6-BLKINFO: Corrupted previous pointer blk 100A31A8, words 2808, alloc 4F5AA28, Free, dealloc D0D0D0D, rfcnt 0 -Traceback= 5C39354z 400A504z 403C24Cz 400EEDCz 4010810z 401F62Cz 5348774z 676CCB8z 4F68798z 4F4F6C8z %Software-forced reload Conditions: A certain route is learnt towards the tunnel destination within the tunnel itself.
Bug details contain sensitive information and therefore require a Cisco.com account to be viewed.
Bug Details Include
- Full Description (including symptoms, conditions and workarounds)
- Known Fixed Releases
- Related Community Discussions
- Number of Related Support Cases