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Sefos Crashing and dropping all connections on ES1-24 or 72P Switch (Doc ID 2347752.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2018

Applies to:

Sun Network Switch - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Oracle Switch ES1-24 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

All connections getting dropped over Sun Ethernet Switch.

Messages show the following:

 

  Dec 13 07:44:17 switch2logger: iss DIED  TOTAL_DEATHS:1 <---------------------------sefos restarted
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint: Found VantagePoint at
  PCI Bus #02 Device ID 0xfde1 Revision 0x0101803d
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint:
  ---------------------------------
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint: VantagePoint 1.1, build
  #61
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint:
  ---------------------------------
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint: Found VantagePoint at
  PCI Bus #05 Device ID 0xfde1 Revision 0x0101803d
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint:
  ---------------------------------
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint: VantagePoint 1.1, build
  #61
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2kernel: focalpoint:
  ---------------------------------
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2logger: RESTART OUTPUT - -
  Dec 13 07:44:43 switch2logger: iss DIED  REASON: NO_PS

 
  .
  .
   /SYS/sefos
      Properties:
          type = Fabric Switch OS
          status = enabled
          uptime = 0 days, 18:02:56 <--------------------------------Restart Time
 

Changes

 New network monitoring application added to the Customer network can trigger this issue. End user running snmpget can also trigger this issue.

Cause

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