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Panic issue

 
vpar
Advisor

Panic issue

Hi,

11.23 and rc7640
I got the panic like below but confused panic string.
What is orignal panic if my cases? tcp_rout or spinlock_usav? or both

================
= Crash Events =
================


Note: Crash event 0 was a PANIC !

Panic string : SafetyTimer expired, INIT, IIP:0xe0000000005816c0 IFA:0xe0000001d
0ed0000

p4> trace event 0
Event #0 : proc_list{538} pid=28553 tid=9610323 cmd="su - oracle -c sqlplus -s > /k"
============== EVENT ============================
= Event #0 is CT_PANIC on CPU #1;
= p crash_event_t 0xe000000100007000
= p rpb_t 0xe000000100db1eb0
= Process at 0xe000000155e8c000, pid 28553, "su"
============== EVENT ============================
FUNC
panic+0x380
bad_news+0x950
bubbleup+0x880
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
| NaT Consuption Fault in KERNEL mode
| IIP=0xe0000000006528e0:0
| IFA=0xe0000000006528e0
| p struct save_state 0xdead31.0xe00000010199f800
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
FUNC
tcp_rput+0x22a0
str_spu_sw_isr+0x1e0
soft_intr_handler+0x220
external_interrupt+0x3b0
bubbleup+0x880
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
| External Interrupt in KERNEL mode
| IIP=0xe0000000016765d0:0
| p struct save_state 0xdead31.0xe00000010199fc00
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
FUNC
spinlock_usav+0x10
lock_read+0x40
vfault+0xd0
vm_hndlr+0x1e0
bubbleup+0x880
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
| Data TLB Fault in USER mode
| IIP=0x60000000c00aeb80:0
| IFA=0x200000007efcef48
| p struct save_state 0x3460031.0x9fffffff7f7e7c00
+------------- TRAP ----------------------------
Note: Trapped in user mode.

Regards
4 REPLIES
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Panic issue

Have you asked the Response Center to analyze your dump?
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Panic issue

What is original panic if my cases? tcp_rput or spinlock_usav?

I would assume it was the NaT fault in tcp_rput, the other traps are normal.
You should make sure your patches are up to date.

Re: Panic issue

Dennis,

> Panic string : SafetyTimer expired

Does that not imply a Serviceguard panic?

vpar, is this system part of a Serviceguard cluster?

Duncan

HTH

Duncan
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Panic issue

>Duncan: Does that not imply a Serviceguard panic?

Yes. But did that cause the NaT fault or the other way around?