5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 19, 2018 2:48 PM by Alanc-Oracle

    enabled smbclnt2 causes kernel panic

    martin83

      Hi,

      I installed a fresh Solaris 11.4 from current ISO as a VMware ESXi Machine. But it very often restarts with kernel panic. I am not sure but I think with disabled svc:/network/smb/client2:default this problem does not occure. The first Solaris 11.4 beta did also not have this problem for me.

       

      root@seu-nappit-a:~# uname -a
      SunOS seu-nappit-a 5.11 11.4.0.3.0 i86pc i386 i86pc
      root@seu-nappit-a:~# cat /etc/release
                                   Oracle Solaris 11.4 X86
        Copyright (c) 1983, 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates.  All rights reserved.
                                   Assembled 28 March 2018
      root@seu-nappit-a:~# pkg update
      No updates available for this image.
      
      

       

      Here the messages from fmadm and fmdump:

       

      root@seu-nappit-a:~# fmadm list
      --------------- ------------------------------------  -------------- ---------
      TIME            EVENT-ID                              MSG-ID         SEVERITY
      --------------- ------------------------------------  -------------- ---------
      May 25 09:42:41 6d8d1695-84fb-4257-9eca-9c36d5695424  SUNOS-8000-KL  Major
      
      Problem Status            : open
      Diag Engine               : software-diagnosis / 0.2
      System
          Manufacturer          : unknown
          Name                  : unknown
          Part_Number           : unknown
          Serial_Number         : unknown
      
      System Component
          Manufacturer          : VMware, Inc.
          Name                  : VMware Virtual Platform
          Part_Number           :
          Serial_Number         : VMware-56 4d b7 9d f3 ea fa ec-1a a5 b0 48 6f 47 e8 28
          Firmware_Manufacturer : Phoenix Technologies LTD
          Firmware_Version      : (BIOS)6.00
          Firmware_Release      : (BIOS)04.05.2016
          Host_ID               : 0046482d
          Server_Name           : seu-nappit-a
      
      ----------------------------------------
      Suspect 1 of 1 :
         Problem class : defect.sunos.kernel.panic
         Certainty   : 100%
         Affects     : sw:///:path=/var/crash/data/6d8d1695-84fb-4257-9eca-9c36d5695424
         Status      : faulted but still in service
      
         Resource
           FMRI             : "sw:///:path=/var/crash/data/6d8d1695-84fb-4257-9eca-9c36d5695424"
           Status           : faulty
      
      Description : The system has rebooted after a kernel panic. The following are
                    potential bugs.
                    stack[0] - 27449218
      
      Response    : The failed system image was dumped to the dump device.  If
                    savecore is enabled (see dumpadm(8)) a copy of the dump will be
                    written to the savecore directory
                    /var/crash/data/6d8d1695-84fb-4257-9eca-9c36d5695424.
      
      Impact      : There may be some performance impact while the crash dump is
                    copied to the savecore directory.  Disk space usage by crash
                    dumps can be substantial.
      
      Action      : If savecore is not enabled then please take steps to preserve the
                    crash image. Use 'fmdump -Vp -u
                    6d8d1695-84fb-4257-9eca-9c36d5695424' to view more panic detail.
                    Please refer to the associated reference document at
                    http://support.oracle.com/msg/SUNOS-8000-KL for the latest
                    service procedures and policies regarding this diagnosis.
      
                    
                    
                    
                    
      

       

      root@seu-nappit-a:~# fmdump -Vp -u 4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
      TIME                           UUID                                 SUNW-MSG-ID
      May 24 2018 15:28:25.337998000 4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234 SUNOS-8000-KL
      
        TIME                 CLASS                                 ENA
        May 24 15:28:11.0730 ireport.os.sunos.panic.dump_pending_on_device 0x0000000000000000
      
      nvlist version: 0
              version = 0x0
              class = list.suspect
              uuid = 4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
              code = SUNOS-8000-KL
              diag-time = 1527168505 333854
              de = fmd:///module/software-diagnosis
              fault-list-sz = 0x1
              topo-uuid = cc8be353-e77c-474f-862b-b750ee5b7d37
              topo-time = 0x5b06bdea
              fault-list = (array of embedded nvlists)
              (start fault-list[0])
              nvlist version: 0
                      class = defect.sunos.kernel.panic
                      certainty = 0x64
                      asru = sw:///:path=/var/crash/data/4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
                      resource = sw:///:path=/var/crash/data/4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
                      version = 0x2
                      savedir = /var/crash/data/4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
                      os-instance-uuid = 4e911658-b5b0-4563-98fe-99cf298b0234
                      panicstr = BAD TRAP: type=e (#pf Page fault) rp=ffffe33001995540 addr=2d0 occurred in module "smbclnt2" due to a NULL pointer dereference
                      thread-stacks-version = 0x1
                      thread-stacks =
                                      stack[0] = unix:die+142 () | unix:trap+1349 () | unix:cmntrap+e7 () | smbclnt2:smbc_open_pipe+10 () | smbclnt2:smbc_rpc_open_impl+18e () | smbclnt2:smbc_rpc_open_pipe+7b () | smbclnt2:smbc_ioctl+914 () | genunix:cdev_ioctl+67 () | specfs:spec_ioctl+62 () | genunix:fop_ioctl+f1 () | genunix:ioctl+18a () | unix:brand_sys_syscall+2ce () |
                      crashtime = 1527168411
                      panic-time = Thu May 24 15:26:51 2018 CEST
              (end fault-list[0])
      
              fault-status = 0x1
              __case_state = 0x1
              __ttl = 0x1
              __tod = 0x5b06bdf9 0x142570b0
              __hrt = 77078010559
      
      

       

      Any suggestions how I could proceed? Rollback to the previous beta is not so easy for me as I already upgraded the ZFS Pools to v44.

       

      Regards

      Martin