kernel panic

tonytung

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#1
I have a fairly reproducible kernel panic with 11.1-Release-p7, when I enable a ipsec tunnel (configured by Strongswan) and pass traffic through it. I managed to get a core file saved but it's not yielding much useful information. https://gist.github.com/ttung/5681301e551bff2c4d558792e331d558

The VPS I'm on doesn't have a console w/ scrollback, but the last few lines of the stack trace when the crash happened were very coherent.

Any tips on getting more useful information to the devs?
 

fnoyanisi

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#2
If you fall back to ddb(4) command line , try textdump dump and/or dump commands to get a detailed backtrace.

I could not see much information in the backtrace you shared and you did not mention the steps to reproduce the issue.

Also, try creating a bug report on bugzilla and sending an email to freebsd-net.
 

butcher

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If you able to make screenshoot or photo, it would be useful. There was at least one known problem in 11.1-RELEASE with ipsec + NAT-T, that can lead to panics. You can try 11.1-STABLE branch where it was fixed.
 

ankscorek

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#5
If you able to make screenshoot or photo, it would be useful. There was at least one known problem in 11.1-RELEASE with ipsec + NAT-T, that can lead to panics. You can try 11.1-STABLE branch where it was fixed.
I am using firefox with getVPN addon ...
Tried Chromium too..but still having kernel panic

since Thursday it is crashing
cant read the vmcore file
however essential snippet of info.last I am sending

Architecture: i386
Architecture Version:2
Version String: 11.1-RELEASE-p9
Panic String: ffs_valloc: dup alloc
Dump Status: good


All suggestions are welcome
As of now I have deleted the chromium and firefox pkg and sending message via non freebsd device


Is it a failing hardware?

Confirmed hardware issue.....
 
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