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UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

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Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

anyone seen this crash before? I am not getting to far with it..

Dump taken on 26-JUL-2007 10:55:51.66
UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP


Crashdump Summary Information:
------------------------------
Crash Time: 26-JUL-2007 10:55:51.66
Bugcheck Type: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP
Node: TNSYS2 (Cluster)
CPU Type: AlphaServer DS20 500 MHz
VMS Version: V7.2-1
Current Process: BATCH_850
Current Image: $1$DKC1:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][SYSEXE]SEARCH.EXE
Failing PC: FFFFFFFF.8FC8AE0C RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0
Failing PS: 00000000.00000000
Module: F11BXQP (Link Date/Time: 7-AUG-2000 20:47:30.14)
Offset: 00038E0C

Boot Time: 30-JUN-2007 22:54:31.00
System Uptime: 25 12:01:20.66
Crash/Primary CPU: 00/00
System/CPU Type: 2208
Saved Processes: 44
Pagesize: 8 KByte (8192 bytes)
Physical Memory: 1024 MByte (131072 PFNs, contiguous memory)
Dumpfile Pagelets: 182937 blocks
Dump Flags: olddump,writecomp,errlogcomp,dump_style
Dump Type: compressed,selective
EXE$GL_FLAGS: poolpging,init,bugdump
Paging Files: 1 Pagefile and 1 Swapfile installed

Stack Pointers:
KSP = 00000000.7B0550B0 ESP = 00000000.7FFA6000 SSP = 00000000.7FFAC100
USP = 00000000.7AE45580

General Registers:
R0 = 00000000.7B04C000 R1 = FFFFFFFF.FFFFFBE8 R2 = FFFFFFFF.8FCAAD78
R3 = 00000000.7B055338 R4 = 00000000.7B0551C0 R5 = 00000000.7B055724
R6 = FFFFFFFF.83F061F8 R7 = 00000000.00000000 R8 = FFFFFFFF.8FCAA820
R9 = FFFFFFFF.83F170A0 R10 = 00000000.7B055724 R11 = FFFFFFFF.83F17098
R12 = 00000000.00000689 R13 = 00000000.7FFF0278 R14 = 00000000.7B04C088
R15 = 00000000.7B04C000 R16 = 00000000.0000041C R17 = 00000000.7B0551C0
R18 = 00000000.7B055380 R19 = 00000000.7B055338 R20 = 00000000.00000418
R21 = 00000000.00000001 R22 = 00000000.00000010 R23 = 00000000.00000040
R24 = 00000000.0007820F AI = 00000000.7B055690 RA = 00000000.7B055724
PV = FFFFFFFF.8FCAAD78 R28 = FFFFFFFF.80085A90 FP = 00000000.7B0550D0
PC = FFFFFFFF.8FC7C4FC PS = 30000000.00000000

Exception Frame:
R2 = FFFFFFFF.8FCAC628 R3 = 00000000.00000000 R4 = 00000000.7B055724
R5 = 00000000.00000000 R6 = FFFFFFFF.83F061F8 R7 = 00000000.00000000
PC = FFFFFFFF.8FC8AE0C PS = 00000000.00000000

Signal Array: 64-bit Signal Array:
Arg Count = 00000005 Arg Count = 00000005
Condition = 0000000C Condition = 00000000.0000000C
Argument #2 = 00000004 Argument #2 = 00000000.00000004
Argument #3 = 00000164 Argument #3 = 00000100.00000164
Argument #4 = 8FC8AE0C Argument #4 = FFFFFFFF.8FC8AE0C
Argument #5 = 00000000 Argument #5 = 00000000.00000000

Mechanism Array:
Arguments = 0000002C Establisher FP = 00000000.7B055530
Flags = 00000000 Exception FP = 00000000.7B055380
Depth = 00000003 Signal Array = 00000000.7B055338
Handler Data = FFFFFFFF.8FCAAB70 Signal64 Array = 00000000.7B055350
R0 = 00000000.00000689 R1 = 00000000.00000000 R16 = 00000100.00000000
R17 = 00000000.00000031 R18 = FFFFFFFF.83FD1E20 R19 = 00000000.7FFF0278
R20 = 00000000.00000002 R21 = 00000000.00000001 R22 = 00000000.00000000
R23 = 00000000.7B055418 R24 = 00000000.00000000 R25 = 00000000.00000000
R26 = 00000000.00000002 R27 = FFFFFFFF.8FCAA7B0 R28 = 00000000.00000000

System Registers:
Page Table Base Register (PTBR) 00000000.0001311D
Processor Base Register (PRBR) FFFFFFFF.8111C000
Privileged Context Block Base (PCBB) 00000000.23F58080
System Control Block Base (SCBB) 00000000.000001D1
Software Interrupt Summary Register (SISR) 00000000.00000000
Address Space Number (ASN) 00000000.000000B9
AST Summary / AST Enable (ASTSR_ASTEN) 00000000.0000000F
Floating-Point Enable (FEN) 00000000.00000000
Interrupt Priority Level (IPL) 00000000.00000000
Machine Check Error Summary (MCES) 00000000.00000000
Virtual Page Table Base Register (VPTB) FFFFFFFC.00000000

Crashdump Summary Information:
------------------------------
Failing Instruction:
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0: LDL R17,#XFF44(R4)

Instruction Stream (last 20 instructions):
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00570: JSR R26,(R26)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00574: ADDL R31,R0,R12
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00578: BLBC R0,#X000027
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+0057C: CMPEQ R12,#X01,R1
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00580: BEQ R1,#X000009
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00584: LDL R16,(R6)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00588: LDL R17,(R6)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+0058C: BIS R31,R31,R31
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00590: LDA R27,#XE188(R2)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00594: BIS R31,R31,R25
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+00598: LDL R17,#X0164(R17)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+0059C: ADDL R17,#X01,R17
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005A0: STL R17,#X0164(R16)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005A4: BSR R26,#XFFC7F7
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005A8: LDQ R0,#XFDA0(R2)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005AC: LDQ R1,#XFD40(R2)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005B0: LDL R0,(R0)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005B4: BNE R0,#X000002
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005B8: LDL R1,(R1)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005BC: BEQ R1,#X00000A
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0: LDL R17,#XFF44(R4)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C4: BIS R31,R31,R31
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C8: LDL R21,#X0040(FP)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005CC: LDL R20,#X0048(FP)
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005D0: LDA R27,#X33A0(R2)

Process Stacks (on CPU 00)
--------------------------
Current Operating Stack (KERNEL):
00000000.7B055090 00000000.7B0550B0
00000000.7B055098 00000000.7B0550C0
00000000.7B0550A0 FFFFFFFF.83FB7208 EXE_STD$READLOCK+000D8
00000000.7B0550A8 00000000.00000010
SP => 00000000.7B0550B0 00000000.7B04C000
00000000.7B0550B8 00000001.16790010
00000000.7B0550C0 FFFFFFFF.83FB7208 EXE_STD$READLOCK+000D8
00000000.7B0550C8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0550D0 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAD78 F11X$RCV_PKT+00048
00000000.7B0550D8 00000000.0000001E
00000000.7B0550E0 00000000.00000010
00000000.7B0550E8 FFFFFFFF.800069BC OTS$BLISS_STATIC_HANDLER_C+0004C
00000000.7B0550F0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0550F8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055100 00000000.7B055724
00000000.7B055108 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055110 00000000.7B055724
00000000.7B055118 00000000.7B055120
00000000.7B055120 FFFFFFFF.83F2A5E0 OTS$BLISS_STATIC_HANDLER
00000000.7B055128 00000000.7B0551C0
00000000.7B055130 FFFFFFFF.800885EC EXCEPTION+1E5EC
00000000.7B055138 00000000.7B055150
00000000.7B055140 FFFFFFFF.83FB1488 MMG_STD$SWAP_PTBR+00980
00000000.7B055148 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055150 FFFFFFFF.83FB1488 MMG_STD$SWAP_PTBR+00980
00000000.7B055158 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055160 FFFFFFFF.80085B08 EXE$REFLECT_C+00C58
00000000.7B055168 00000000.7B0553F0
00000000.7B055170 FFFFFFFF.83FB0740 EXE$ACVIOLAT
00000000.7B055178 00000000.7B055338
00000000.7B055180 00000000.7B0551C0
00000000.7B055188 00000000.7B055380
00000000.7B055190 00000000.7B0553F0
00000000.7B055198 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0551A0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0551A8 FFFFFFFF.83FD2860 LCK$VALIDATE_LOCAL_LKID+00140
00000000.7B0551B0 00000005.00000250 BUG$_NETRCVPKT
00000000.7B0551B8 FFFFFFFF.00001001 WCB$M_CONTROL+00001
CHF$IS_MCH_ARGS 00000000.7B0551C0 00000000.0000002C
CHF$PH_MCH_FRAME 00000000.7B0551C8 00000000.7B055530
CHF$IS_MCH_DEPTH 00000000.7B0551D0 00000000.00000003
CHF$PH_MCH_DADDR 00000000.7B0551D8 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAB70 DISPATCHER+00028
CHF$PH_MCH_ESF_ADDR 00000000.7B0551E0 00000000.7B055380
CHF$PH_MCH_SIG_ADDR 00000000.7B0551E8 00000000.7B055338
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR0 00000000.7B0551F0 00000000.00000689 LSB$Q_DEFCLR+00001
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR1 00000000.7B0551F8 00000000.00000000
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR16 00000000.7B055200 00000100.00000000
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR17 00000000.7B055208 00000000.00000031
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR18 00000000.7B055210 FFFFFFFF.83FD1E20 LOCKING+10020
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR19 00000000.7B055218 00000000.7FFF0278 CTL$GL_PCB
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR20 00000000.7B055220 00000000.00000002
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR21 00000000.7B055228 00000000.00000001
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR22 00000000.7B055230 00000000.00000000
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR23 00000000.7B055238 00000000.7B055418
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR24 00000000.7B055240 00000000.00000000
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR25 00000000.7B055248 00000000.00000000
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR26 00000000.7B055250 00000000.00000002
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR27 00000000.7B055258 FFFFFFFF.8FCAA7B0 WAIT_FOR_AST
CHF$IH_MCH_SAVR28 00000000.7B055260 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055268 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055270 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055278 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055280 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055288 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055290 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055298 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552A0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552A8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552B0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552B8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552C0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552C8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552D0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552D8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552E0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552E8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552F0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0552F8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055300 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055308 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055310 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055318 00000000.00000000
CHF$PH_MCH_SIG64_ADDR 00000000.7B055320 00000000.7B055350
00000000.7B055328 FFFFFFFF.83F17098 SGN$GL_XQPCTL2
00000000.7B055330 00000000.00000639 LSB$Q_RRECTR+00001
00000000.7B055338 0000000C.00000005
00000000.7B055340 00000164.00000004
00000000.7B055348 00000000.8FC8AE0C RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0
CHF64$L_SIG_ARGS 00000000.7B055350 00002604.00000005 WCB$M_NO_READ_DATA+00604
CHF64$Q_SIG_NAME 00000000.7B055358 00000000.0000000C
CHF64$Q_SIG_ARG1 00000000.7B055360 00000000.00000004
00000000.7B055368 00000100.00000164
00000000.7B055370 FFFFFFFF.8FC8AE0C RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0
00000000.7B055378 00000000.00000000
INTSTK$Q_R2 00000000.7B055380 FFFFFFFF.8FCAC628 SERIAL_EXT_FID_CACHE+00048
INTSTK$Q_R3 00000000.7B055388 00000000.00000000
INTSTK$Q_R4 00000000.7B055390 00000000.7B055724
INTSTK$Q_R5 00000000.7B055398 00000000.00000000
INTSTK$Q_R6 00000000.7B0553A0 FFFFFFFF.83F061F8 EXE$AR_EWDATA
INTSTK$Q_R7 00000000.7B0553A8 00000000.00000000
INTSTK$Q_PC 00000000.7B0553B0 FFFFFFFF.8FC8AE0C RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0
INTSTK$Q_PS 00000000.7B0553B8 00000000.00000000
Prev SP (7B0553C0) => 00000000.7B0553C0 FFFFFFFF.8FCAA820 CONTINUE_THREAD
00000000.7B0553C8 00000000.7B055724
00000000.7B0553D0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0553D8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0553E0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0553E8 FFFFFFFF.7F25E870
00000000.7B0553F0 FFFFFFFF.8FCAC628 SERIAL_EXT_FID_CACHE+00048
00000000.7B0553F8 7B055400.00000012
00000000.7B055400 50417624.42313146
00000000.7B055408 4F495441.43494C50
00000000.7B055410 FFFFFFFF.813E534E
00000000.7B055418 31003B13.00000001
00000000.7B055420 015455AA.68010003
00000000.7B055428 043809A7.000072C4 MSCP$M_EU_DESIG+002C4
00000000.7B055430 00000000.000007D0 BUG$_NETRTGERR
00000000.7B055438 00000000.7B055690
00000000.7B055440 FFFFFFFF.8FC89198 ALLOCATION_LOCK_C+0007C
00000000.7B055448 FFFFFFFF.8FCAC810 ALLOCATION_LOCK
00000000.7B055450 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B055458 00000000.7B055724
00000000.7B055460 FFFFFFFF.8FCB0C60 XQP$_MODIFY
00000000.7B055468 00000000.7B055CB0
00000000.7B055470 00000000.000007D0 BUG$_NETRTGERR
00000000.7B055478 00000000.7B055690
00000000.7B055480 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055488 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B055490 00000000.7B055B8C
00000000.7B055498 00000000.7B0554A0
00000000.7B0554A0 FFFFFFFF.8FCAC810 ALLOCATION_LOCK
00000000.7B0554A8 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0554B0 FFFFFFFF.8FC7C6B8 UNLOCK_XQP_C+00058
00000000.7B0554B8 FFFFFFFF.8FCAA940 UNLOCK_XQP
00000000.7B0554C0 00000000.7B0554D0
00000000.7B0554C8 FFFFFFFF.8FC7C134 DISPATCHER_C+00E24
00000000.7B0554D0 FFFFFFFF.8FCAA940 UNLOCK_XQP
00000000.7B0554D8 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAE20 UNWIND_TO_ESTABLISHER
00000000.7B0554E0 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B0554E8 00000000.7B055CB8
00000000.7B0554F0 FFFFFFFF.8FC7C13C DISPATCHER_C+00E2C
00000000.7B0554F8 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAB48 DISPATCHER
00000000.7B055500 00000000.7B055530
00000000.7B055508 00000000.7B055530
00000000.7B055510 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055518 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055520 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055528 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055530 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAB48 DISPATCHER
00000000.7B055538 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAD78 F11X$RCV_PKT+00048
00000000.7B055540 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055548 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055550 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055558 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B055560 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B055568 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B055570 00000000.7B055724
00000000.7B055578 00000000.7B055660
00000000.7B055580 00000000.7B055670
00000000.7B055588 00000000.7B055694
00000000.7B055590 00000000.7B055698
00000000.7B055598 00000000.7B05569C
00000000.7B0555A0 00000000.7B0556CC
00000000.7B0555A8 00000000.7B05572C
00000000.7B0555B0 00000000.7B055734
00000000.7B0555B8 00000000.7B055738
00000000.7B0555C0 00000000.7B04C000
00000000.7B0555C8 00000000.7B04C024
00000000.7B0555D0 00000000.7B04C048
00000000.7B0555D8 00000000.7B04C098
00000000.7B0555E0 00000000.00000001
00000000.7B0555E8 FFFFFFFF.8FC7B298 THREAD_INIT_C+0009C
00000000.7B0555F0 00000000.7B04C024
00000000.7B0555F8 00000000.7B055670
00000000.7B055600 FFFFFFFF.8FCAAB48 DISPATCHER
00000000.7B055608 00000000.00000000
00000000.7B055610 00000000.7FFA1E40
00000000.7B055618 00000000.7FFA1DB0
00000000.7B055620 FFFFFFFF.8FE56228 SYS$DKDRIVER+14228
00000000.7B055628 00000000.00000032
00000000.7B055630 00000000.1C4D4008
00000000.7B055638 00000000.00008001 XZA_ASR_M_C1+00001
00000000.7B055640 FFFFFFFF.83FC7D40 SCH_STD$REMOVACB+000A8
00000000.7B055648 FFFFFFFF.813E69C0 PCB
00000000.7B055650 FFFFFFFF.81312340 PSB
00000000.7B055658 00000000.00000000
13 REPLIES
Andy Bustamante
Honored Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Do you have UPDATE_300 loaded? There are two bugchecks referencing UNXSIGNAL, the firstis an XQP fix in the release notes that includes mention of UNXSIGNAL. The second doesn't seem to apply.

Of course we all know 7.2-1 has been out of support for more than a few years.


Andy
If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over? Reach me at first_name + "." + last_name at sysmanager net
Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Dean,

this is a known problem, which has been seen a lot of times on EV6 Pass 2.3 and 2.5 CPUs. This is NOT a software problem which can be resolved by installing patches.

Please provide the output of SDA> CLUE CONFIG from this crash.

Make sure to upgrade to the most recent firmware available (V7.3 for DS20/DS20E systems).

Volker.
John Travell
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

If you want to be pedantic, the direct cause of the bugcheck is that the error handler in the 'ACP' (F11BXQP) has no code to handle signal SS_ACCVIO.
Signal Array: 64-bit Signal Array:
Arg Count = 00000005
Condition = 0000000C <<< SS_ACCVIO
The Failing Instruction:
RELEASE_SERIAL_LOCK_C+005C0: LDL R17,#XFF44(R4)
The relevant R4 is the one in the Exception Frame:
R4 = 00000000.7B055724
but the content is inconsistent with the failure VA.
IIRC, the problem Volker is referring to depends on there being more than 1 cpu in the box. If there is indication in the supplied data of this box having 2 cpu's I have missed it. However, I do concur that the evidence does suggest the h/w interlock sync issue fixed in later revision chips.
JT:
Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Andy, I forget the utility to show what
patchs are on, do you know?

John,
theres only 1 cpu. the dump didn't
mean much to me how we got there, running
a mundane search. just 1 cpu..

TNSYS2, a AlphaServer DS20 500 MHz
Multiprocessing is DISABLED. Uniprocessing synchronization image loaded.
Minimum multiprocessing revision levels: CPU = 1

PRIMARY CPU = 00
CPU sets:
Active 00
Configure 00
Potential 00
Autostart 00
Failover None

Volker,
bingo on the cpu chip, a show config..

System Configuration:
---------------------
System Information:
System Type AlphaServer DS20 500 MHz Primary CPU ID 00
Cycle Time 2.0 nsec (500 MHz) Pagesize 8192 Byte

Memory Configuration:
Cluster PFN Start PFN Count Range (MByte) Usage
#00 0 256 0.0 MB - 2.0 MB Console
#01 256 130732 2.0 MB - 1023.3 MB System
#02 130988 84 1023.3 MB - 1024.0 MB Console

Per-CPU Slot Processor Information:
CPU ID 00 CPU State rc,pa,pp,cv,pv,pmv,pl
CPU Type EV6 Pass 2.3 (21264) Halt Request "Default, No Action"
PAL Code 1.92-73 Halt PC 00000000.20000000
CPU Revision .... Halt PS 00000000.00001F00
Serial Number .......... Halt Code "Bootstrap or Powerfail"
Console Vers V6.0-8


Adapter Configuration:
----------------------
TR Adapter ADP Hose Bus BusArrayEntry Node CSR Vec/IRQ Port Slot Device Name / HW-Id
-- ----------- ----------------- ---- ----------------------- ---- ---------------------- ---- ---- ---------------------------
1 KA2208 FFFFFFFF.8116F600 0 BUSLESS_SYSTEM
2 PCI FFFFFFFF.8116FA00 1 PCI
FFFFFFFF.8116FDA0 38 FFFFFFFF.8FDC7800 40 7 PPB3
3 PCI FFFFFFFF.81170180 1 PCI
FFFFFFFF.81170398 200 FFFFFFFF.8FDCA000 FC PKA: 0 KZPCM UltraSCSI
FFFFFFFF.811703D0 208 FFFFFFFF.8FDCC800 F8 PKB: 1 KZPCM UltraSCSI
FFFFFFFF.81170408 210 FFFFFFFF.8FDD1000 F4 EWA: 2 DC21140 - 100 mbit NI (Tulip)
4 PCI FFFFFFFF.81170B00 0 PCI
FFFFFFFF.81170E30 28 FFFFFFFF.8FDD6800 40 5 MFPCI
FFFFFFFF.81170EA0 38 FFFFFFFF.8FDFD800 BC PKC: 7 Qlogic ISP1020 SCSI-2
FFFFFFFF.81170ED8 40 FFFFFFFF.8FE00000 AC PKD: 8 Symbios 895
FFFFFFFF.81170F10 48 FFFFFFFF.8FE02800 9C 9 Memory Channel
5 PCI FFFFFFFF.81171280 0 PCI
FFFFFFFF.81171498 28 FFFFFFFF.8FDDA800 40 5 CYPRESS
FFFFFFFF.811714D0 29 FFFFFFFF.8FDF0900 38 DQA: 5 IDE driver
FFFFFFFF.81171508 2A FFFFFFFF.8FDF4A00 3C DQB: 5 IDE driver
FFFFFFFF.81171540 2B FFFFFFFF.8FDF8B00 28 5 USBC
6 ISA FFFFFFFF.81171680 0 ISA
FFFFFFFF.81171898 0 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 0 0 EISA_SYSTEM_BOARD
7 XBUS FFFFFFFF.81171C40 0 XBUS
FFFFFFFF.81171E18 0 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 C 0 MOUS
FFFFFFFF.81171E50 1 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 1 1 KBD
FFFFFFFF.81171E88 2 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 4 2 COM1
FFFFFFFF.81171EC0 3 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 3 TTA: 3 Serial Port
FFFFFFFF.81171EF8 4 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 7 LRA: 4 Line Printer (parallel port)
FFFFFFFF.81171F30 5 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 6 DVA: 5 Floppy
FFFFFFFF.81171FA0 7 FFFFFFFF.8FDDE000 11 IIA: 7 I2C bus driver
8 MEMCHAN FFFFFFFF.81172840 0 PCI
FFFFFFFF.81172A18 48 FFFFFFFF.8FE02800 9C MCA: 9 Memory Channel


Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Dean,

it's an EV6 Pass 2.3 CPU. This crash footprint has also been seen on single CPU systems.

Please update your firmware.

Volker.
Andy Bustamante
Honored Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

To view ECO history:

$ product show history

ECOS are available here on itrc.


Andy
If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over? Reach me at first_name + "." + last_name at sysmanager net
Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Andy, tx!

Volker,
is the firmware update a solid it-will-never happen again fix?

Dean
Volker Halle
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Dean,

this was a very 'popular' crash footprint about 6 years ago. I have seen enough of those crashes and written enough CANASTA rules for crash footprints due to this problem...

According to some old notes I have, this problem was supposed to be fixed with FW V6.6 (or higher).

Guess whom you should ask for a definite answer ;-)

Volker.
Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Volder,
Sounds like a fix to me!! tx for
all the help. I knew when I looked at that
crash footprint I needed help. Dean
Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

thats Volker, durn I wish u could edit these
after posting!
John Travell
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

That's easy to fix. Don't hit 'Submit', hit 'Preview', and reed wot u just rote... :-)
You get a chance to correct typo's, though it appears some people who should know better have no clue about correct usage of english grammer.
Naturally, everyone for whom English is not their native language is excused this mumble. Arguably we should include those 'durn yanks' in this category, as the language they speak is only loosely related to the Queens English :-)
JT:
Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Dean,

you may also want to look at the crash history of this system:

$ TYPE CLUE$HISTORY

You would most likely see multiple crashes in the past with this or similar footprints.

Whenever you can NOT explain an immediate crash reason by following the instruction stream and matching instruction, register contents and exception parameters, you need to start to think about hardware.

Volker.
Dean McGorrill
Valued Contributor

Re: UNXSIGNAL, Unexpected signal name in ACP

Volker, indeed the dump made no sense, and
why I posted here. One of the hardest
cases I worked on, had unreadable crashdumps. finally traced it to a bug
in sys$unwind, that reset the kernel
stack pointer handling an exception!! Dean