There just is no easy way to figure out what has gone wrong with either server and the support.oracle.com site is littered with examples of this error message "PCI(-X) Express Fatal All rights reserved.x86_feature: lgpgx86_feature: tscx86_feature: msrx86_feature: mtrrx86_feature: pgex86_feature: cmovx86_feature: mmxx86_feature: mcax86_feature: paex86_feature: cv8x86_feature: patx86_feature: ssex86_feature: sse2x86_feature: asyscx86_feature: nxx86_feature: sse3x86_feature: cx16x86_feature: cmpx86_feature: tscpx86_feature: mwaitx86_feature: sse4ax86_feature: cpuidx86_feature: 1gpgx86_feature: clfshmem = 33553624K (0x7fff36000)SMBIOS v2.5 B00/D00/F00 Based on in the field experience always check the FW (Firmware) first. EXAMPLE 1: STACK TRACEffffff000e4e76a0 unix:die+dd ()ffffff000e4e77b0 unix:trap+177b ()ffffff000e4e77c0 unix:cmntrap+e6 ()ffffff000e4e78c0 unix:strcasecmp+16 ()ffffff000e4e7a50 smbsrv:smb_tree_log+b3 ()ffffff000e4e7a90 smbsrv:smb_tree_connect_core+14a ()ffffff000e4e7ac0 smbsrv:smb_tree_connect+35 ()ffffff000e4e7ae0 smbsrv:smb_com_tree_connect_andx+16 ()ffffff000e4e7b80 smbsrv:smb_dispatch_request+4a9 ()ffffff000e4e7bb0 smbsrv:smb_session_worker+6c ()ffffff000e4e7c40 genunix:taskq_d_thread+b1 ()ffffff000e4e7c50 unix:thread_start+8 ()17 © Copyright Nexenta weblink
The /var/crash/`uname -n`/ area is full of vmdump files as well as a last vmdump.7.partial file. Name* Description Visibility Others can see my Clipboard Cancel Save Toggle navigation Join a List Login illumos-discuss 2013 February — 46 messages Previous Message Next Message kernel panic: PCI(-X) Express Fatal B00/D00/F00 [Edited] Hows it going now? dumpadm with no options shows current settings # dumpadm !Dump content: kernel pages! !Dump device: /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool/dump (dedicated)! !Savecore directory: /var/crash/myhost! !Savecore enabled: yes!! To force a crash dump: # savecore -L! https://www.illumos.org/issues/4404
typedef! Pointers ! A reference to a memory location11 © Copyright Nexenta 2012 12. In Solaris 10, to solve this issue, there is a patch 144500 patch (SPARC) or the 144501 patch for x86. B00/D00/F00 I will try.Thanks. 0 Kudos Reply MisoVranes Occasional Contributor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-31-2011 11:44 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Link Public clipboards featuring this slide × No public clipboards found for this slide × Save the most important slides with Clipping Clipping is a handy
Hang ! Potentially limited or no forensic information ! System up, but unresponsive! Crash ! Potentially limited forensic information ! System down or rebooted! Panic ! Maximum potential forensic information EXAMPLE 1: PANIC STRINGpanic[cpu1]/thread=ffffff000e4e7c60:BAD TRAP: type=e (#pf Page fault)rp=ffffff000e4e77c0 addr=0 occurred in module"unix" due to a NULL pointer dereference16 © Copyright Nexenta 2012 17. AGENDA! Terminology! Core Dumps and Crash Dumps! C Language Basics! The Mechanism of a Panic! Pcie Error Handling Please try the request again.
Perhaps Solaris 11 may solve the problem? it won't be fixed" and maybe there is a critical failure somewhere within the X86 kernel now. CORE FILE! A dump of the contents of all memory allocated to the process! Inert and static record of state! Process core files are dumped to the working MDB – MODULAR DEBUGGER!
Why not share! Linux Pcie Error Reporting I will inform what happened. 0 Kudos Reply Sirajul haque Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content B00/D00/F00 " Also, there are false power supply #1 errors. Process ! A program in execution ! May be comprised of threads or LWPs! Thread ! The smallest unit of scheduling ! Shared address space and resources! Light Weight Process
PANIC()! that .. SunSolve is gone, however “We Sun Solve” is rescuing the data from SunSolve.Sun.COM http://wesunsolve.net/bsearch! check over here See http://www.sun.com/msg/SUNOS-8000-0G for more information.AUTO-RESPONSE: Solaris will attempt to save and diagnose the error telemetryIMPACT: The system will sync files, save a crash dump if needed, and rebootREC-ACTION: Save the error
Generated Mon, 24 Oct 2016 03:32:12 GMT by s_wx1011 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection Pcie Completion Timeout module /platform/i86pc/kernel/amd64/unix: text at [0xfffffffffb800000, 0xfffffffffb91997f] data at 0xfffffffffbc00000module misc/amd64/krtld: text at [0xfffffffffb919980, 0xfffffffffb94eb1f] data at 0xfffffffffbc73400module /kernel/amd64/genunix: text at [0xfffffffffb94eb20, 0xfffffffffbb7c577] data at 0xfffffffffbc7e080SunOS Release 5.10 Version Generic_150401-40 64-bitCopyright (c) Problems ( a kernel panic ) happens when one updates the kernel with kernel patch updates.
dmesg buffer ! Stack ! Thread list! Executed automatically by the NMC `support` command (NS 3.1.2 and later)19 © Copyright Nexenta 2012 20. IDENTIFYING THE VENDOR Device ID Chip Description Vendor ID Vendor Name 0x3408 Intel 7500 Chipset PCIe Root Port 0x8086 Intel Corporation device-path = /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected] device-path = /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]/pci108e,[email protected] device-path = /[email protected],0/pci8086,[email protected]/pci108e,[email protected],1If no Published in: Technology, Automotive 0 Comments 5 Likes Statistics Notes Full Name Comment goes here. 12 hours ago Delete Reply Spam Block Are you sure you want to Yes No Your Pcie Correctable Error Status Register vpanic() ! Assembly language function for saving register state! ASSERT(condition) ! Halts execution of the kernel if condition is false ! Evaluated and executed only when the DEBUG compilation symbol is
EXAMPLE 2: PANIC INFOpanic[cpu5]/thread=ffffff000fd72c60:BAD TRAP: type=0 (#de Divide error) rp=ffffff000fd72a40 addr=ffffff02da92e900sched:#de Divide erroraddr=0xffffff02da92e900pid=0, pc=0xfffffffff7ad977b, sp=0xffffff000fd72b30, eflags=0x10246cr0: 8005003b
Kernel detected inconsistency ! Protect by exiting! Three major tasks to be performed in a system panic: ! record information about the panic in memory (making it part of the crash After reboot I often see this error:"Fatal PCI Express Device Error PCI ? C FUNCTIONS!