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Cisco Bug: CSCvj05569 - Sessmgr Restart at mme_app_destroy_ue_sgw_pdn_ctxt

Last Modified

Jun 12, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

21.1.6.68214

Description (partial)

Symptom:
The following sessmgr restart is observed in 21.1.6 release.


  Function: mme_app_destroy_ue_sgw_pdn_ctxt()
  Expression: (((ue_sgw_pdn_ctxt) != ((void *)0)) && ((ue_sgw_pdn_ctxt)->uspc_magic == (('M'<<24)|('U'<<16)|('S'<<8)|('P'))))
  Proclet: sessmgr (f=87000,i=22)
  Process: card=5 cpu=0 arch=X pid=8073 cpu=~4% argv0=sessmgr
   time: 2018-Apr-15+17:52:35 UTC
  Recent errno: 11 Resource temporarily unavailable
  Build_number: 68214
  Stack (34552@0xffff5000):
    [ffffe430/X] __kernel_vsyscall() sp=0xffff59c8
    [0bb6c75b/X] sn_assert() sp=0xffff5a08
    [0863569a/X] mme_app_destroy_ue_sgw_pdn_ctxt() sp=0xffff5a48
    [086362a4/X] mme_app_destroy_ue_pdn_ctxt_from_pdn_list() sp=0xffff5a98
    [0863835c/X] mme_app_destroy_ue_pdn_ctxt() sp=0xffff5ac8
    [0875199f/X] mme_pdn_connect_complete.constprop.566() sp=0xffff6af8
    [0875229e/X] mme_abort_pdn_connect_procedure() sp=0xffff6ba8
    [0858820b/X] mme_abort_procedure() sp=0xffff6c28
    [085f8a62/X] mme_abort_pdn_brr_proc() sp=0xffff7408
    [085f8b5e/X] mme_abort_all_pdn_proc() sp=0xffff7448
    [086adb25/X] mme_emm_registered_conn_handle_rls_req() sp=0xffff74f8
    [0870dbe8/X] mme_fsm_event_handler() sp=0xffff79a8
    [0875ceb0/X] mme_disp_handle_emm_evt() sp=0xffff7bb8
    [087a41a6/X] mme_disp_attached_handle_s1nas_msg() sp=0xffff7da8
    [0870dbe8/X] mme_fsm_event_handler() sp=0xffff8258
    [08560c79/X] s1_access_recv_msg() sp=0xffff9008
    [0854f664/X] UzLiSztDatInd() sp=0xffff90d8
    [0e2703b7/X] SzUiSztDatInd() sp=0xffff90f8
    [0e2785f7/X] szUiSndDatInd() sp=0xffff9168
    [0e27167f/X] szSmRcvEstStMsg() sp=0xffff91f8
    [0e25b250/X] szLiCOMsgHandler() sp=0xffff9288
    [0e25bfe9/X] szLiRcvFromLower() sp=0xffff9518
    [0e25e544/X] SzLiSctDatInd() sp=0xffff9678
    [06ef125a/X] sn_ccpu_s1ap_handle_data_ind() sp=0xffff9708
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Conditions:
Normal Operation
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