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ACFS File System Dismounts With ASSERTION FAILURE: PVCB->LogFileSize < PVCB->MaxLogFileSize Entries in OS Message Log (Doc ID 2560457.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.2.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACFS  file  system dismounts with  ASSERTION FAILURE: PVCB->LOGFILESIZE < PVCB->MAXLOGFILESIZE.

Sample entry in OS message log (Example: /var/log/messages in Linux) have following message:

Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090834] [Oracle ACFS] ASSERTION FAILURE: PVCB->LogFileSize < PVCB->MaxLogFileSize File: /<DIR>/apfwkr/apfwkr_22394362/el7u3_x86_64/usm/src/ofs/driver/./gen/ofsgendlm.c: Line: 1062
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090839] KsDumpStack: Stack call traceback
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090841] CPU: 9 PID: 19245 Comm: acfsvol13 Tainted: P OE ------------ 3.10.0-514.26.2.el7.x86_64 #1
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090842] Hardware name: <HARDWARE NAME>, BIOS I38 10/25/2017
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090844] ffffffffa0bdf7a8 0000000070dc0161 ffff886c90b27af0 ffffffff81687033
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090846] ffff886c90b27b00 ffffffffa06f4e5b ffff886c90b27b38 ffffffffa0961b1d
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090848] ffff887f08a24948 ffff886c90b27c98 ffff8834d5748000 0000000000000200
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090850] Call Trace:
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090861] [<ffffffff81687033>] dump_stack+0x19/0x1b
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090873] [<ffffffffa06f4e5b>] KsDumpStack+0x3b/0x40 [oracleoks]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090896] [<ffffffffa0961b1d>] OfsDoAssertion+0x18d/0x1e0 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090907] [<ffffffffa09004ba>] CreateLogMcb+0x1da/0x240 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090920] [<ffffffffa09560ce>] ofs_meta_flush_fs+0x82e/0x3320 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090926] [<ffffffffa07052ae>] ? KsAcquireRwLock_debug+0x11e/0x290 [oracleoks]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090938] [<ffffffffa0904acf>] OfsCommitCache+0xb6f/0x1c50 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090953] [<ffffffffa0992752>] OfsVolWorker+0x4c2/0xd10 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090966] [<ffffffffa0992290>] ? OfsAutoResizeVolume+0x4e0/0x4e0 [oracleacfs]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090971] [<ffffffffa06f585a>] KsKthreadRun+0x4a/0x70 [oracleoks]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090976] [<ffffffffa06f5810>] ? __KsPanic+0xc0/0xc0 [oracleoks]
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090980] [<ffffffff810b0a4f>] kthread+0xcf/0xe0
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090982] [<ffffffff810b0980>] ? kthread_create_on_node+0x140/0x140
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090984] [<ffffffff81697658>] ret_from_fork+0x58/0x90
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.090986] [<ffffffff810b0980>] ? kthread_create_on_node+0x140/0x140
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.114149] OKSK-00007: Information has been saved in the file /var/log/Fokslog.0 . Include the contents of this file if reporting a problem to Oracle.
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.127270] [Oracle ACFS] ACFS Statistics dumped to <ORACLE_BASE>/crsdata/<HOSTNAME1>/acfs/acfs.dumpstats.assertion
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.127607] ACFSK-0019: Volume /dev/asm/<VOLUME-NAME> now OFFLINE. Internal ACFS Location 902 .
Apr 30 20:13:53 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [4600791.127618] ACFSK-0020: RECOVERY requested for volume /dev/asm/<VOLUME-NAME> . Internal ACFS Location 902 .

 

 

Changes

 - There is snapshot on the ACFS filesystem

-  A  directory has grown to a very large size as shown by:

acfsutil info file <dir>

Cause

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