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Guest domain panics when control domain is rebooted (Doc ID 2647100.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 12, 2020

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 11.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Guest domain panics as follows:

CAT(vmcore.1/11V)> panic
panic on CPU 5
panic string:   Unrecoverable hardware error
==== panic kernel thread: 0x2a101325b00  PID: 0  on CPU: 5 ====
cmd: sched(callout_normal_taskq)
kname: callout_normal_taskq
t_procp: 0x20336240 (proc_sched)
   p_as: 0x2033f2c0 (kas)
   p_zone: 0x20907fc0 (global)
t_stk: 0x2a1013258d0  sp: 0x205508f1  t_stkbase: 0x2a10131e000
t_pri: 99 (SYS)  pctcpu: 0.004160
t_transience: 10 (TRANSIENT)
t_cpupart: 0x20551770(0)  last CPU: 5
idle: 10072560 nsec (0.010072560s)
start: Sat Feb  8 00:28:25 2020
age: 833326 seconds (9 days 15 hours 28 minutes 46 seconds)
t_state:     TS_ONPROC
t_flag:      0x10808(T_TALLOCSTK|T_PANIC|T_PUSHPAGE)
t_proc_flag: 0 (none set)
t_acflag:    4 (TA_NO_ACCOUNTING)
p_flag:      1 (SSYS)

pc:      unix:panicsys+0x40:   call     unix:setjmp

void unix:panicsys+0x40((const char *)0x1012ebd0, (va_list)0x2a101325198, (struct regs *)0x205512a0, (int)1, 0x80081600, , , , , , , , 0x1012ebd0, 0x2a101325198)
unix:vpanic_common+0x78(0x1012ebd0, 0x2a101325198, 0, 0, 1, 0)
void genunix:fm_panic+0x30((const char *)0x1012ebd0, 0x1012e800, 0x40003dbbc40, 1, 0, 1, ...)
void unix:process_nonresumable_error+0x400((struct regs *)0x2a1013253b0, (uint64_t), (uint32_t), (uint32_t)0x80)
-- ktl0 regs data  rp: 0x2a1013253b0
pc:  0x10029bf8 unix:i_ddi_prot_get16+0x28:   lduh      [%o1], %o2
npc: 0x10029bfc unix:i_ddi_prot_get16+0x2c:   ldx [%g7 + 0x98], %o4
  global:                       %g1         0x10029bd0
        %g2             0x1780  %g3               0x13
        %g4             0x2000  %g5              0x200
        %g6                  0  %g7      0x2a101325b00
  out:  %o0                  0  %o1      0x29e9ffc8028
        %o2         0x121d3720  %o3    0x1840065988000
        %o4    0x184004b377298  %o5                  0
        %sp      0x2a101324c51  %o7         0x121f7704
  loc:  %l0             0x2000  %l1         0x10002000
        %l2    0x1840065988000  %l3             0x1768
        %l4             0x16b8  %l5         0x12174cd0
        %l6         0x1216cb50  %l7    0x184002fc81380
  in:   %i0    0x18400679af500  %i1                  0
        %i2                  0  %i3                  0
        %i4                  1  %i5             0x1400
        %fp      0x2a101324d11  %i7         0x121e3ec4
<leaf trap>unix:i_ddi_prot_get16+0x28(0x18400679af500, 0x184002fc81380, 0x121d3720, 8, 1)
boolean_t qlc:qlc_rsp_waiting+0x6c((qlc_p_info_t *)0x18400679af500, (int)0)
void qlc:qlc_timer+0x1dc((void *)0)
void genunix:callout_list_expire+0x5c((callout_table_t *)0x1840027802700, (callout_list_t *)0x1840085f04c00)
void genunix:callout_expire+0x30((callout_table_t *)0x1840027802700, (int)0x40)
void genunix:callout_execute+0x10((callout_table_t *)0x1840027802700)
void genunix:taskq_thread+0x520((void *)0x1840049d68df0)
-- end of kernel thread's stack --



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