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PSOD occurs shortly after boot and reported against i40e driver version 1.2.22 (2151018)

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The purple diagnostic screen contains entries similar to:

2015-04-17T11:05:20.018Z cpu10:34287)World: 14302: VC opID hostd-ae03 maps to vmkernel opID 658d5b1c
2015-04-17T11:05:35.246Z cpu13:33425)<6>i40e 0000:05:00.3: TX driver issue detected, PF reset issued
2015-04-17T11:05:37.823Z cpu0:33431)<6>i40e 0000:05:00.3: i40e_open: Registering netqueue ops
2015-04-17T11:05:37.998Z cpu0:33431)IRQ: 540: 0x5a <i40e-vmnic5-TxRx-0> exclusive, flags 0x10
2015-04-17T11:05:37.998Z cpu0:33431)VMK_VECTOR: 218: Registered handler for  interrupt 0xff5a, flags 0x10
2015-04-17T11:05:37.998Z cpu0:33431)<6>i40e 0000:05:00.3: NIC Link is Up 10 Gbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: None
2015-04-17T11:05:37.999Z cpu0:33431)World: 8777: PRDA 0x418040000000 ss 0x0 ds 0x10b es 0x10b fs 0x10b gs 0x0
2015-04-17T11:05:37.999Z cpu0:33431)World: 8779: TR 0x4020 GDT 0x41238a5e1000 (0x402f) IDT 0x4180150f4000 (0xfff)
2015-04-17T11:05:37.999Z cpu0:33431)World: 8780: CR0 0x80010031 CR3 0x13ea25000 CR4 0x42768
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)Backtrace for current CPU #0, worldID=33431, ebp=0x41238a5dd4b0
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd4b0:[0x4180157ca2b0]i40e_lan_xmit_frame@<None>#<None>+0x544 stack: 0x10b, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0,
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd570:[0x4180156d669c]netdev_tx@com.vmware.driverAPI#9.2+0xf8 stack: 0x410906dd4a80, 0x412
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd5f0:[0x418015189d76]UplinkDevTransmit@vmkernel#nover+0x39e stack: 0xc, 0x41000676a000, 0
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd670:[0x41801577489b]NetSchedFIFORunLocked@<None>#<None>+0x15f stack: 0x41238a5dd7f0, 0x4
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd6a0:[0x418015774b0b]NetSchedFIFORun@<None>#<None>+0xa3 stack: 0x41000676a000, 0x4108d074
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd6e0:[0x41801522cae2]NetSchedDevQueueWdt@vmkernel#nover+0x5a stack: 0x410006764000, 0x128
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd840:[0x4180150eba17]WorldletProcessQueue@vmkernel#nover+0xcf stack: 0x6, 0x2200, 0x9, 0x2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd880:[0x4180150ec4d0]WorldletBHHandler@vmkernel#nover+0x54 stack: 0x24, 0xdd, 0x41238a5dd
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dd8f0:[0x41801502e669]BH_Check@vmkernel#nover+0xc9 stack: 0x41238a5e7000, 0x0, 0x41238a5dd
2015-04-17T11:05:38.049Z cpu0:33431)0x41238a5dda50:[0x4180152574e7]CpuSchedDispatch@vmkernel#nover+0xbb7 stack: 0x4180156f2e48, 0x41238

Note: This log excerpt is an example. Date, time, and environmental variables may vary depending on your environment.


This is a known issue affecting i40e driver version 1.2.22.

This issue is resolved in driver version 1.2.48, available at VMware downloads.

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