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ACFS Filesystem Mount Fail with ASSERTION FAILURE: PVCB->LogFileSize < PVCB->MaxLogFileSize File (Doc ID 2614505.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2022

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Following assertion failure message report in OS message While attempt to mount the acfs file system.

 

Sep 17 19:33:56 <HOSTNAME1> systemd: Removed slice User Slice of root.
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [Oracle ACFS] ASSERTION FAILURE: PVCB->LogFileSize < PVCB->MaxLogFileSize File: /scratch/builds/aime/aime_usm_848865/el7uek4_112_x86_64/usm/src/ofs/driver/./gen/ofsgendlm.c: Line: 1174
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: KsDumpStack: Stack call traceback
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: CPU: 71 PID: 6225 Comm: acfsds2 Tainted: P O 4.1.12-124.26.12.el7uek.x86_64 #2
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Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: 0000000000000286 00000000e104e47c ffff88b2ff9cba28 ffffffff8174dbac
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: ffffffffc1302f40 0000000000000496 ffff88b2ff9cba38 ffffffffc0cecc9b
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: ffff88b2ff9cba78 ffffffffc10318c9 ffffffffc1302f40 ffff897c54918488
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: Call Trace:
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff8174dbac>] dump_stack+0x63/0x81
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0cecc9b>] KsDumpStack+0x3b/0x40 [oracleoks]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc10318c9>] OfsDoAssertion+0x1c9/0x210 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0fbe6ea>] CreateLogMcb+0x1da/0x240 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc10256f0>] ofs_meta_flush_fs+0xad0/0x3480 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0fc332d>] OfsCommitCache+0x8cd/0x1fc0 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc1173a90>] OfsStartTrans_int+0x600/0x840 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0fe28df>] OfsDRSLScan+0x156f/0x44e0 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0f1687a>] OfsKernelThread+0x34a/0x940 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff81750f3a>] ? __schedule+0x24a/0x850
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0f16530>] ? OfsFreeStorageToGBM+0xbb0/0xbb0 [oracleacfs]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0ced91c>] KsKthreadRun+0x4c/0x90 [oracleoks]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffffc0ced8d0>] ? KsDelayThreadCommon+0xe0/0xe0 [oracleoks]
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff810ad51a>] kthread+0xda/0xf0
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff81750f2e>] ? __schedule+0x23e/0x850
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff810ad440>] ? kthread_create_on_node+0x1b0/0x1b0
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff81756de7>] ret_from_fork+0x47/0x90
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [<ffffffff810ad440>] ? kthread_create_on_node+0x1b0/0x1b0
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: A 8889982.615 HM: Assertion dump. Lines start "A 6225 "
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: A 6225 8889982.615 HM assertion output
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Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: A 6225 12 F ofsgenallocsup.c line:12296
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: A 6225 12 F elapsed_secs:4579672 seq_num:1
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: 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.
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: [Oracle ACFS] ACFS Statistics dumped to <ORACLE_BASE>/crsdata/<HOSTNAME1>/acfs/acfs.dumpstats.assertion
Sep 17 19:35:04 <HOSTNAME1> kernel: ACFSK-0019: Volume /dev/asm/<VOLUME DEVICE> now OFFLINE. Internal ACFS Location 902 .
Sep 17 19:35:16 <HOSTNAME1> systemd-logind: Removed session 14582.
Sep 17 19:35:22 <HOSTNAME1> multipathd: asm!<VOLUME DEVICE>: spurious uevent, path not found

 

 

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