Solaris 10 May Panic With A Page Fault In Module "scsi_vhci" due to a NULL pointer dereference (Doc ID 1353521.1)

Last updated on JULY 29, 2016

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 10 11/06 U3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

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

ffffff0010113670 unix:die+dd ()
ffffff0010113780 unix:trap+177b ()
ffffff0010113790 unix:_cmntrap+e6 ()
ffffff00101138e0 scsi_vhci:vhci_scsi_start+6d ()
ffffff0010113920 scsi:scsi_transport+b5 ()
ffffff0010113990 sd:sd_start_cmds+2e8 ()
ffffff00101139e0 sd:sd_core_iostart+186 ()
ffffff0010113a20 sd:sd_uscsi_strategy+15a ()
ffffff0010113a70 sd:sd_send_scsi_SYNCHRONIZE_CACHE+254 ()
ffffff0010113ae0 sd:sdclose+1d7 ()
ffffff0010113b10 genunix:dev_close+3d ()
ffffff0010113b50 specfs:device_close+6b ()
ffffff0010113be0 specfs:spec_close+163 ()
ffffff0010113c60 genunix:fop_close+71 ()
ffffff0010113d40 ufs:ufs_unmount+789 ()
ffffff0010113d70 genunix:fsop_unmount+22 ()
ffffff0010113dc0 genunix:dounmount+5f ()
ffffff0010113df0 genunix:vfs_unmountall+92 ()
ffffff0010113e60 genunix:kadmin+556 ()
ffffff0010113ec0 genunix:uadmin+168 ()
ffffff0010113f10 unix:brand_sys_syscall32+17a ()


Cause

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