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Cisco Bug: CSCvt06890 - crash seen due to rlimit memdbg failure while checking dossier system-inventory CLI

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Sep 02, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

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Symptom: crash seen due to rlimit memdbg failure while checking dossier system-inventory CLI

In 702.28I Image, while testing CTI feature on ASR9K Chassis could see crash seen due to exceeding rlimit value while checking dossier system-inventory CLI. First I have tried all set of CLI in single attempt from SSH Server and crash is seen. After I have tried all CLI one by one in router and crash seen during dossier system-inventory CLI.

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:WebOTT-LER4#show platform security integrity dossier include system-inventory
check_rlimit(612): memdbg failure in exceeding rlimit value, current usage:: 314992173
check_rlimit(614): memdbg failure in current rlimit threshold:: 314572800
---------------------------------\n0/RSP0/CPU0       A99-RSP-TR(Standby)        IOS XR RUN        NSHUT\n0/RSP1/CPU0       A99-RSP-SE(Active)         IOS XR RUN        NSHUT\n0/FT0             ASR-9910-FAN               OPERATIONAL       NSHUT\n0/FT1             ASR-9910-FAN               OPERATIONAL       NSHUT\n0/0/CPU0          A99-8X100GE-SE             IOS XR RUN        NSHUT\n0/5/CPU0          A9K-8X100GE-L-SE           IOS XR RUN        NSHUT\n0/7/CPU0          A9K-4X100GE                IOS XR RUN
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Feb 14 17:56:45.122 UTC: dumper[66543]: %OS-SYSLOG-6-LOG_INFO : Dumping core /misc/scratch/core/
      NSHUT\n0/FC0             A99-SFC-S                  OPERATIONAL       NSHUT\n0/FC1             A99-SFC-S                  OPERATIONAL       NSHUT\n0/FC2             A99-SFC-S                  OPERATIONAL       NSHUT\n0/FC3             
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:WebOTT-LER4#RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Feb 14 17:56:59.522 UTC: dumper[321]: %OS-COREHELPER-6-CORE_COPIED : Copied core to 0/RSP1/CPU0:harddisk:
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Feb 14 17:57:00.295 UTC: dumper[321]: %OS-COREHELPER-6-DELETE_CORE : Deleted core file
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