Solaris 10 With Patches 142900-13/142901-13 May Panic In tcp_fuse_rcv_drain

(Doc ID 1345542.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 01, 2016

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 10 9/10 U9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


If the described issue occurs, the system may panic with a stack trace similar to the following:

unix:die+0x78(0x31, 0x2a10691f2d0, 0x4a8, 0x0)
unix:trap+0x9e0(0x2a10691f2d0, 0x4a8)
-- trap data  type: 0x31 (data access MMU miss)  rp: 0x2a10691f2d0  --
 addr: 0x4a8
pc:  0x7bae2840 ip:tcp_fuse_rcv_drain+0x1d4:   lduw     [%o0 + 0x4a8], %l1
npc: 0x7bae2844 ip:tcp_fuse_rcv_drain+0x1d8:   subcc      %l1, 0x0, %g0   ( cmp   %l1, 0x0 )
 global:                       %g1               0x3b
       %g2               0xec  %g3                0x2
       %g4               0x18  %g5 0xffffffffffffffff
       %g6                  0  %g7      0x3001b6e41c0
 out:  %o0                  0  %o1                  0
       %o2      0x30064105b08  %o3           0x18a10a
       %o4           0x18a109  %o5               0xc1
       %sp      0x2a10691eb71  %o7                  0
 loc:  %l0                  0  %l1      0x3000016c1d8
       %l2            0x11f94  %l3                  0
       %l4              0x832  %l5      0x30064105a10
       %l6      0x300638562b0  %l7              0x3b8
 in:   %i0      0x30063898328  %i1      0x3009a60f7c0
       %i2                  0  %i3      0x6007ebe0000
       %i4      0x6007ebe10d0  %i5                  0
       %fp      0x2a10691ec21  %i7         0x7bae2548
<trap>ip:tcp_fuse_rcv_drain+0x1d4(0x30063898328, 0x3009a60f7c0, 0x0)
ip:tcp_fuse_output+0xc90(0x300afeef9c0, 0x600f3a6d180, 0xd5)
ip:tcp_output+0x74(0x300afeef7c0, 0x600f3a6d180, 0x6007ebdf540)
ip:tcp_wput(0x300664a18c8, 0x600f3a6d180) - frame recycled
sockfs:sostream_direct+0x194(0x300823be768, 0x2a10691faa0, 0x0, 0x600f4f94590?)
sockfs:sotpi_sendmsg+0x4e8(0x300823be768, 0x2a10691fa70, 0x2a10691faa0)
sockfs:sendit+0x134(, 0x2a10691fa70, 0x2a10691faa0, 0x8)
sockfs:send+0x60(, 0x10001274f90)
-- switch to user thread's user stack --


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