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Running swanctl commands can potentially cause controller disruption

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Issue

  • System crash with ucore due to swanctl command usage.
  • EMS Log reports below swanctl panic events:

    Tue Sep 26 16:17:04 +0100 [NetApp: swanctl: ucore.panicString:error]: 'swanctl: Received SIGSEGV (Signal 11) at RIP 0x80032afea accessing address 0 (pid 58191, uid 0, timestamp 1695741424)'
    Tue Sep 26 16:32:04 +0100 [NetApp: swanctl: ucore.panicString:error]: 'swanctl: Received SIGSEGV (Signal 11) at RIP 0x80032afea accessing address 0 (pid 62497, uid 0, timestamp 1695742324)'

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