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ESXi 6.x vSAN host experiences a purple diagnostic screen at bora/modules/vmkernel/lsomcommon/ssdlog/ssdopslog.c:199 (2146345)

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Symptoms

  • A vSAN 6.x host fails with a purple diagnostic screen.
  • The purple diagnostic screen contains entries similar to:

    PanicvPanicInt@vmkernel#nover+0x36b stack: 0x417ff6af0980, 0x4180368
    2015-04-20T16:27:38.399Z cpu7:1000015002)0x439124d1a780:[0x4180368ad6b7]Panic_vPanic@vmkernel#nover+0x23 stack: 0x46a, 0x4180368d7bc1, 0x43a
    2015-04-20T16:27:38.411Z cpu7:1000015002)0x439124d1a7a0:[0x4180368d7bc1]vmk_PanicWithModuleID@vmkernel#nover+0x41 stack: 0x439124d1a800, 0x4
    2015-04-20T16:27:38.423Z cpu7:1000015002)0x439124d1a800:[0x418037cc6d46]SSDLOG_FreeLogEntry@LSOMCommon#1+0xb6e stack: 0x6, 0x4180368dd0f4, 0
    2015-04-20T16:27:38.435Z cpu7:1000015002)0x439124d1a880:[0x418037d3c351]PLOGCommitDispatch@com.vmware.plog#0.0.0.1+0x849 stack: 0x46a7500, 0
Note: The preceding log excerpts are only examples. Date, time, and environmental variables may vary depending on your environment.

Cause

This panic occurs in response to a race condition associated with vSAN. This issue will not result in data loss or data corruption.

Resolution

This issue is resolved in vSAN 6.0 Patch Release ESXi600-201706001, available at VMware Patch Downloads. For more information on downloading patch, see How to download patches in MyVMware (1021623).

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