SARM Stopped Unexpectedly And Restarted In a Fraction Of Seconds.

(Doc ID 1492764.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


SARM terminated and the following error messages appeared in the diag file:

In the CTRL. Diag file we have “Abnormal Termination”.

Error: Abnormal Termination of SARMPRD1 (Generic SARMPRD1), Pid 2726
>> 133158.009:8:SANE:Execute Application :935 :control/control/ctrl_svr/process.c
Starting Application SARMPRD1 (SARMPRD1 Generic): /srvrs/ag/asapprd1/programs/sarm by CTRLPRD1
>> 133200.049:8:PROG:Exec :1053:control/control/ctrl_svr/process.c
Establishing Network Connection to Server SARMPRD1
>> 133202.059:8:PROG:Exec :1053:control/control/ctrl_svr/process.c
Establishing Network Connection to Server SARMPRD1
>> 133218.552:8:PROG:Server Message :2103:control/libasc/ctlib.c
CTRLPRD1: Msg 0 Severity 0 State 1 Server 'SARMPRD1' Proc '' @ 0
'Successful Connection to SARMPRD1 (14)'
>> 133218.553:8:PROG:System Event :1122:control/control/ctrl_svr/process.c
ASAP System Event: APP_STRT

SARM daig file

ASAP System Event: SYS_INFO
'236647733BJ': ASDL A_CHG_PACKET_MIP Rejected by '3G500C'
>> 133058.216:196:SANE:ASDL Dispatch :4024:sarm/sarm/sarm/nep_driver.c
'3G500C': State: 0 Pending 8 In Proc 1 Connect 12 Prime 1, Aux 0, NE Avail 1
>> 133058.217:196:SANE:NE Log :4332:sarm/sarm/sarm/nep_driver.c
NE Event for 3G500C: (Available) 'Auxiliary Port Connect, Pending Queue Above Spawn Threshold.'
>> 133058.219:402:SHUT:System Event :4037:sarm/sarm/sarm/srp_driver.c
Application SARMPRD1 Terminating Due to SYS_TERM Event
Error: SRP CORBPRD1 is Not Defined in SRP Array

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