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The 'sanlun lun show -p' command causes AIX to dump a memory core

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AIX host

Issue

  • The 'sanlun lun show -p -v all' command fails and generates a coredump on IBM AIX 6.1 LPAR:

root@lpar20:/workfs #;  sanlun lun show -p -v all
Memory fault(coredump)

  • sanlun lun show reports "Trace/BPT trap(coredump)"

root@lpar20:/workfs #;  sanlun lun show 
Trace/BPT trap(coredump)

 

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