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Cisco Bug: CSCvs17496 - spio_ea process crash happened at the LC with stack trace spio_ea_initdata_update_member_selection

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Jan 16, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

7.0.2.BASE

Description (partial)

Symptom:
ISSUE SEEN :   spio_ea process crash happened at the LC with stack trace spio_ea_initdata_update_member_selection
 
Build :  7.0.2.16I
 
Logs :  /auto/tftp-viking-blr/balagven/702/spio_crash/misc/disk1
 
rtp-sit1-lnx.cisco.com:587> ls -lrt
total 62856
-rw-r--r-- 1 balagven eng 63453281 Nov 19 19:26 spio_ea_6757.by.11.20191119-192601.xr-vm_node0_5_CPU0.b1495.core.gz
-rw-r--r-- 1 balagven eng   643745 Nov 19 19:26 spio_ea_6757.by.11.20191119-192601.xr-vm_node0_5_CPU0.b1495.core.txt
drwxr-xr-x 3 balagven eng     4096 Nov 20 09:19 cisco_support
 
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RP/0/RP1/CPU0:VEGA-R2-9K-6#sh log | inc "ERR|Error|error|Traceback|core|crash|dump"
RP/0/RP1/CPU0:Nov 19 08:49:19.758 UTC: bgp[1087]: %ROUTING-BGP-3-MALFORM_UPDATE : Malformed UPDATE message received from neighbor 10.205.131.5 (VRF: 3G_DATA) - message length 452 bytes, error flags 0x00400000, action taken "DiscardAttr". Error details: "Error 0x00400000, Field "Attr-unexpected", Attribute 5 (Flags 0x40, Length 4), Data [400504]". NLRIs: [IPv4 Unicast] 202.4.0.0/24 202.4.1.0/24 202.4.2.0/24 202.4.3.0/24 202.4.4.0/24 202.4.5.0/24 202.4.6.0/24 202.4.7.0/24... 
LC/0/5/CPU0:Nov 19 19:26:02.240 UTC: dumper[68046]: %OS-SYSLOG-6-LOG_INFO : Dumping core /misc/scratch/core/spio_ea_6757.by.11.20191119-192601.xr-vm_node0_5_CPU0.b1495.core.gz
 
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Conditions:
Trigger 
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Unconfigure and configure the bundle id of Bundle-Ether51 and Bundle-Ether50
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