XcpNG - Xen kernel crash (FATAL TRAP: vector = 2 (nmi))
This is a message coming from your motherboard yes, from the PCI subsystem. I wouldn't be really confident about this hardware, but if you have backup or if it's not in production, whatever
It is running one of production CEPH nodes, but it if crashes, CEPH will transparently failover. VMs running there are just for backup and non-prod stuff, if I knew which HW is causing it, I would replace it, but this message isn't very clear on what is really going on.
Other than that everything is running OK, so far no crash...
@petr-bena You have CEPH running on XCP-ng 8.0 ???
How many servers are you using with CEPH?
How did you setup CEPH on xcp-ng 8.0?
@fbifido yes, I have 3 CEPH nodes running in separate VM's that have direct passthrough to underlying physical disks. CEPH volume is connected as RBD that forms shared block device on XCP-ng servers. On that shared block device I use LVM.
It's all described here: https://github.com/xcp-ng/xcp/wiki/Ceph-on-XCP-ng-7.5-or-later#lvm-on-rbd
dave last edited by dave
@petr-bena did you have crashes since your change nmi=dom0 ?
We have a similar problem.
There are 4 servers in different locations, two standalone, two of them in pools, all with the same hardware:
Supermicro X11SRA-RF Version: 1.02
Intel(R) Xeon(R) W-2145 CPU
We tried all BIOS Versions and a lot off different settings.
Two of them are runnig XCP 7.6 and have uptimes of 143 and 160 days. No Problems at all.
Two of them are running XCP 8.0 and crash regulary between 2 or 30 days, everytime with the same error.
NMI - PCI system error (SERR)
The crash is more likely to happen, if we produce high IO and/or network load on those hosts.
We suspected a hardware error, so we took one of those crashing servers to our workshop and testet it for almost two weeks with Prime95 and Memtest86 and other things that came in mind.
We were not able to produce any crash. Neither were we able to detect any errors.
We put this particular server back in production and it crashed within the first hours while we were migrating some VMs back to him. (with Storage Migration)
So i think, it has something to do with XCP-ng 8.0.
I will try the change nmi=dom0 next.
(XEN) [395218.940883] (XEN) [395218.940886] (XEN) [395218.940886] NMI - PCI system error (SERR) (XEN) [395218.940889] ----[ Xen-4.11.1-7.8.xcpng8.0 x86_64 debug=n Not tainted ]---- (XEN) [395218.940889] CPU: 0 (XEN) [395218.940890] RIP: e008:[<ffff82d0802c6d38>] mwait_idle_with_hints+0xf8/0x160 (XEN) [395218.940894] RFLAGS: 0000000000000046 CONTEXT: hypervisor (XEN) [395218.940896] rax: 0000000000000001 rbx: 000167730fc96b09 rcx: 0000000000000001 (XEN) [395218.940897] rdx: 0000000000000000 rsi: ffff83006f667ef8 rdi: ffff83006f667fff (XEN) [395218.940898] rbp: 0000000000000000 rsp: ffff83006f667e00 r8: 0000000000000048 (XEN) [395218.940899] r9: 000530dec0dbea3e r10: 0000000000000008 r11: ffff83207cac1a68 (XEN) [395218.940900] r12: 0000000000000000 r13: 0000000000000001 r14: 0000000000000001 (XEN) [395218.940902] r15: ffff82d080573d00 cr0: 0000000080050033 cr4: 0000000000362660 (XEN) [395218.940903] cr3: 00000012c899a000 cr2: ffffe783981eb000 (XEN) [395218.940904] fsb: 0000000000000000 gsb: ffff88827bf40000 gss: 0000000000000000 (XEN) [395218.940906] ds: 002b es: 002b fs: 0000 gs: 0000 ss: e010 cs: e008 (XEN) [395218.940908] Xen code around <ffff82d0802c6d38> (mwait_idle_with_hints+0xf8/0x160): (XEN) [395218.940908] 89 f0 44 89 e9 0f 01 c9 <0f> b6 47 f5 80 a6 fd 00 00 00 fe 44 89 c1 0f 30 (XEN) [395218.940912] Xen stack trace from rsp=ffff83006f667e00: (XEN) [395218.940913] ffff83207cac4f08 0000000000000000 ffff83207cac4e90 ffff82d080573d00 (XEN) [395218.940915] ffff82d0805baa50 ffff82d080592b20 ffff83207cac4f08 ffff82d0802ccd07 (XEN) [395218.940916] 000167730faf9015 0000000100000002 00000108000004c9 0000000000000000 (XEN) [395218.940918] 0000000000000000 ffff82d08035b43e ffff83006f7fc000 ffffffffffffffff (XEN) [395218.940919] ffff82d08035b400 ffff82d080573d00 ffff82d0805baa50 0000000000000000 (XEN) [395218.940921] 0000000000000000 ffff82d080592b20 ffff83006f667fff ffff82d08026e505 (XEN) [395218.940922] ffff83006f7fc000 ffff83006f7fc000 ffff83006f7bf000 ffff83207cb69000 (XEN) [395218.940924] 00000000ffffffff ffff8320246cc000 ffff82d080592b20 ffff88827ae3d700 (XEN) [395218.940926] ffff88827ae3d700 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000005 (XEN) [395218.940927] ffff88827ae3d700 0000000000000246 ffffc9004106b930 0000000000000000 (XEN) [395218.940928] 000000000001ca00 0000000000000000 ffffffff810013aa ffffffff8203c190 (XEN) [395218.940930] 0000000000000000 0000000000000001 0000010000000000 ffffffff810013aa (XEN) [395218.940931] 000000000000e033 0000000000000246 ffffc90040113eb0 000000000000e02b (XEN) [395218.940933] 6f5b7c2b6f667fe0 6f5b7cae00097f76 6f5b7da200000000 6f5b79516f667fe0 (XEN) [395218.940934] 0000e01000000000 ffff83006f7fc000 0000000000000000 0000000000362660 (XEN) [395218.940936] 0000000000000000 800000207caef002 0000070100000000 6f5b883e00097f00 (XEN) [395218.940938] Xen call trace: (XEN) [395218.940939] [<ffff82d0802c6d38>] mwait_idle_with_hints+0xf8/0x160 (XEN) [395218.940942] [<ffff82d0802ccd07>] mwait-idle.c#mwait_idle+0x337/0x3d0 (XEN) [395218.940945] [<ffff82d08035b43e>] lstar_enter+0xae/0x120 (XEN) [395218.940946] [<ffff82d08035b400>] lstar_enter+0x70/0x120 (XEN) [395218.940950] [<ffff82d08026e505>] domain.c#idle_loop+0x85/0xb0 (XEN) [395218.940951] (XEN) [395218.940952] (XEN) [395218.940953] **************************************** (XEN) [395218.940953] Panic on CPU 0: (XEN) [395218.940954] FATAL TRAP: vector = 2 (nmi) (XEN) [395218.940955] [error_code=0000] , IN INTERRUPT CONTEXT (XEN) [395218.940955] **************************************** (XEN) [395218.940956] (XEN) [395218.940956] Reboot in five seconds... (XEN) [395218.940958] Executing kexec image on cpu0 (XEN) [395218.941963] Shot down all CPUs
Hello, no, since I changed this, server is rock solid:
20:59:01 up 136 days, 22:40, 1 user, load average: 0.45, 0.31, 0.36
@dave you should try with 8.1 beta
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I can confirm: Until now everything is stable for us, too. ( with nmi=dom0 )
@olivierlambert Since i have only production-servers with the affected hardware ATM, i cant test the 8.1 beta right now. But after relase i will try 8.1 final. Do you think there is a real chance that this error wont appear in 8.1 stock? Or should I do the same change?
8.1 is bundled with latest and greated Xen, 4.13. So yeah, it might change (eg if it's a bug fixed in a more recent Xen version). Otherwise, keep nmi configuration as it
Hi ! Excusme for my bad English. I´ve installed Xen Server 7.2 for fist time in my lyfe and it crash with FATAL TRAP:vector = 2 (nime)).
How edit boot xen boot parameter and add nmi=dom0 ?