System Crash, Crash Report Submitted
pfarbi last edited by
We had a system crash today, firewall became unresponsive and then it rebooted.
pfsense version details are as follows
built on Fri Jul 14 14:53:03 CDT 2017
Once we got back into the GUI we uploaded the crash report. https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Obtaining_Panic_Information_for_Developers
Now I would like to call attention to that crash report in the hope that a developer would like to spend few moments to analyze it and give us some feedback on a cause and any steps we need to take to prevent the issue from happening again.
I see a crash report submitted today from your IP address, at least the one you posted on the forum from.
Fatal double fault: eip = 0xc12b7f08 esp = 0xc82c5008 ebp = 0xc82c6768 cpuid = 2; apic id = 02 panic: double fault cpuid = 2 KDB: enter: panic
db:0:kdb.enter.default> bt Tracing pid 12 tid 100042 td 0xc8954c80 kdb_enter(c145f7d6,c145f7d6,c1626a97,c1f98574,2,...) at kdb_enter+0x3d/frame 0xc1f98520 vpanic(c1626a97,c1f98574,c1f98574,c1f9858c,c12ce1bb,...) at vpanic+0x13b/frame 0xc1f98554 panic(c1626a97,2,2,2,c82c6768,...) at panic+0x1b/frame 0xc1f98568 dblfault_handler() at dblfault_handler+0xab/frame 0xc1f98568 --- trap 0x17, eip = 0xc12b7f08, esp = 0xc82c5008, ebp = 0xc82c6768 --- Xpage(8,28,28,0,ca247728,...) at Xpage/frame 0xc82c6768 Xinvlrng(c82c6940,e,0,0,c82c6960,...) at Xinvlrng+0x2d/frame 0xc82c6920 ipfw_check_frame(0,c82c6a94,c8937800,1,0,...) at ipfw_check_frame+0x130/frame 0xc82c6a70 pfil_run_hooks(c1fdf9a0,c82c6ae0,c8937800,1,0,...) at pfil_run_hooks+0x88/frame 0xc82c6ac4 ether_demux(c8937800,cc7b3c00,6,c1f9ba00,c82c6b80,...) at ether_demux+0x54/frame 0xc82c6af0 ether_nh_input(cc7b3c00,c82c6b7c,c895a000,37,c97b3600,...) at ether_nh_input+0x36b/frame 0xc82c6b3c netisr_dispatch_src(9,0,cc7b3c00) at netisr_dispatch_src+0x8b/frame 0xc82c6b84 netisr_dispatch(9,cc7b3c00) at netisr_dispatch+0x20/frame 0xc82c6b98 ether_input(c8937800,cc7b3c00,c0d258e0,c1f6892c,2,...) at ether_input+0x19/frame 0xc82c6ba8 bge_rxeof(1,c8712960,2,2,2,...) at bge_rxeof+0x4f5/frame 0xc82c6c08 bge_intr(c895a000,0,246,0,2f761479,...) at bge_intr+0x175/frame 0xc82c6c3c intr_event_execute_handlers(109,c8710280,c145a5db,55b,0,...) at intr_event_execute_handlers+0xaa/frame 0xc82c6c68 ithread_loop(c8935140,c82c6ce8,0,0,0,...) at ithread_loop+0x80/frame 0xc82c6ca4 fork_exit(c0cbe860,c8935140,c82c6ce8) at fork_exit+0xa3/frame 0xc82c6cd4 fork_trampoline() at fork_trampoline+0x8/frame 0xc82c6cd4 --- trap 0, eip = 0, esp = 0xc82c6d20, ebp = 0 ---
That doesn't look familiar, though. A "double fault" is usually, but not always, in drivers or hardware somewhere. The presence of "ipfw" in the backtrace could mean a couple different things though.
Are you using captive portal? With Per-user bandwidth limits?
Are you using Limiters?
Is this part of an HA cluster? Do you have pfsync enabled?
pfarbi last edited by
Thanks for your reply
Yes we are using captive portal with per user bandwidth limits
No we are not using limiters
No we don't have pfsync enabled and neither is it part of HA cluster
If there is no ha or pfsync then it's probably not anything we've seen before, or at least anything I recognize.
The double fault makes me lean toward hardware, if pfsync isn't a factor. Is that hardware capable of running a 64-bit version? Or is it only 32-bit?