Cisco Bug: CSCvs22749 - [VPC-DI] Slowness in EDR transfer causing cdrmod file write/delete errors.
Oct 23, 2020
- Cisco PGW Packet Data Network Gateway
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Symptom: cdrmod error logs indicating record write failures due to "No space left on device" and failed file deletes due to "No such file or directory". 2020-Oct-04+15:32:25.317 [udr 79011 error] [4/0/25262 <cdrmod:4> cdr_func.c:2170] [context: billing, contextID: 4] [software internal system syslog] active-charging-service: Failed to write to file "/records/edr/curr_TB5VNF2-V7_flow-edr_10042020153221_000000351_004", errno=No space left on device. 2020-Oct-04+15:32:30.408 [udr 79064 info] [4/0/25262 <cdrmod:4> cdr_func.c:1471] [context: billing, contextID: 4] [software internal system syslog] active-charging-service: Could not delete oldest file: /records/edr/TB5VNF2-V7_flow-edr_10042020153225_000000352_004, Attempt# 1 errstr: No such file or directory! Conditions: VPC-DI systems with severely impaired storage operations that manifest as slow hd-raid i/o. CDR/EDR file data is generated on SFs at a rate higher than can be written to the /hdraid file system.
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