On 12/07/17 08:11, Carsten Grzemba wrote:

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On 06.12.17 16:56, Predrag Zečević - Technical Support Analyst  
<predrag.zece...@2e-systems.com> wrote:

Hi all,

I had few crashes of OI /hipster in last couple days. Today, I have
tried to identify cause:

$ mdb -k 3
Loading modules: [ unix genunix specfs dtrace mac cpu.generic uppc apix
scsi_vhci zfs sata sd ip hook neti sockfs arp usba xhci uhci mm fctl
stmf stmf_sbd lofs random idm nfs smbsrv ipc sppp cpc crypto fcip fcp
ufs logindmux nsmb ptm ]
  > ::status
debugging crash dump vmcore.3 (64-bit) from solarix
operating system: 5.11 illumos-c5bab7026b (i86pc)
image uuid: ae4e3b13-3532-6a73-880d-c486e7bc264f
panic message: pcieb-3: PCI(-X) Express Fatal Error. (0x43)
dump content: kernel pages only

OK, device on PCI Express is causing it.

But, what is connected there?

$ pfexec cfgadm pci
Ap_Id Type Receptacle Occupant
Condition
pci: No matching library found

Another option is to use prtconf/prtconf -v - but I do not know how to
match its output with "pcieb-3" ID

Tried also (but also no idea how to match output):
$ scanpci | grep "PCI Express"
  Intel Corporation Sunrise Point-H PCI Express Root Port #5
  Intel Corporation Sunrise Point-H PCI Express Root Port #9
  Intel Corporation Sunrise Point-H PCI Express Root Port #12
  Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit
Ethernet Controller

This shows info which I already got from crash file (or I could use
dmesg to get that info):
$ dmesg | grep -i pci
[2017-12-06 13:32:12] solarix genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] ecpp0 is
/pci@0,0/isa@1f/lp@1,378
[2017-12-06 13:32:12] solarix genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] asy0 is
/pci@0,0/isa@1f/asy@1,3f8
[2017-12-06 16:11:40] solarix savecore: [ID 570001 auth.error] reboot
after panic: pcieb-3: PCI(-X) Express Fatal Error. (0x43)

Also, sysdef command is useful (verbose), but I also did not manage to
match.

Any ideas?
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The most complete view you get with:

# prtconf -Dv

in the best case is pcieb-3: pcieb instance 3
Hi Carsten,

indeed, tried and (here just part of output):
---<snip>---
        pci8086,a11b, instance #3 (driver name: pcieb)
            System software properties:
                name='ddi-forceattach' type=int items=1
                    value=00000001
            Driver properties:
...
                name='acpi-namespace' type=string items=1
                    value='\_SB_.PCI0.RP12'
...
                name='compatible' type=string items=8
value='pciex8086,a11b.f1' + 'pciex8086,a11b' + 'pciexclass,060400' + 'pciexclass,0604' + 'pci8086,a11b.f1' + 'pci8086,a11b' + 'pciclass,060400' + 'pciclass,0604'
                name='model' type=string items=1
                    value='PCI-PCI bridge'
...
                name='vendor-name' type=string items=1
                    value='Intel Corporation'
                name='device-name' type=string items=1
                    value='Sunrise Point-H PCI Express Root Port #12'
            Device Minor Nodes:
                dev=(174,1023)
                    dev_path=/pci@0,0/pci8086,a11b@1d,3:devctl
                        spectype=chr type=minor
---</snip>---

$ grep pci8086,a11b /etc/path_to_inst
"/pci@0,0/pci8086,a11b@1d,3" 3 "pcieb"
"/pci@0,0/pci8086,a11b@1d,3/pci10ec,8168@0" 0 "rge"

So, it is network card, which brings next question - but first some explanation:

* I have assembled PC and installed OI /hipster, but at that time illumos did not provided driver for onboard "Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (2) I219-V" Ethernet card * That has resulted in obtaining a PCIe network card (Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller) and used it since driver was available for it (rge0) * Meantime, driver for Intel Ethernet card was added, so I switched to that GB ethernet adapter (e1000g0). Then rge0 one started to crash system whilst it was idle [LAN cable was moved to e1000g0] (???) * I have solved crashing problem by activating rge0 card again (and I know I can remove it from PC)

So, why would PCIe Ethernet card (rge0) trigger system crash when is not in use?

With best regards.
Predrag Zečević
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