The Symantec Traffic Shaper (STS) 6.0.x spontaneously restarts the operating system.
The boot.log file contains the following log entries which indicate that a restart occurred:
2010 Oct 19 00:42:57 (notice) syslog-ng: syslog-ng startup succeeded
2010 Oct 19 00:42:58 (notice) asrconfig: ASR asrconfig succeeded
2010 Oct 19 00:42:58 (notice) ipmi: Starting ipmi:
2010 Oct 19 00:42:58 (notice) ipmi:
The following error appears on the serial terminal console or DRAC before the system restarts, and a full stack trace appears after it:
BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at 0000000d
IP: [<f8b99036>] match+0x16/0x50 [ipt_emptyack]
Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP
last sysfs file: /sys/bus/pci/drivers/megaraid_sas/release_date
Modules linked in: ipt_emptyack ipt_earlytalker(P) ipt_SMTPCHOP ipt_SYNACKGEN ipt_TCPCHOP del_ct ipt_ssconnlimit_ipt_POIROT n
nn_idle pkt_chamber(P) asdb(P)
The output of df –h from the STS appliance shows that each partition has at least 20% of its disk space available.
Dell Hardware diagnostics do not detect any hardware errors or faults.
A mis-configured static route causes STS appliance to send a RST packet through the wrong network interface.
To resolve this issue, please upgrade to Symantec Traffic Shaper 6.1.
If you are not able to upgrade immediately, workaround this issue by locating and correcting the misconfigured static route.
The STS Appliance is configured in routed mode.
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