vSAN node PSOD with vs_space_mgmt_map_fini in backtrace
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vSAN node PSOD with vs_space_mgmt_map_fini in backtrace


Article ID: 326415


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VMware vSAN


vSAN-enabled ESXi hosts may PSOD on boot with the following (or very similar) backtrace:
[0x41803950be95]PanicvPanicInt@vmkernel#nover+0x439 stack: 0x0, 0x41803ae5edf8, 0x451afc09bd88, 0x0, 0x1
[0x41803950c3d2]Panic_vPanic@vmkernel#nover+0x23 stack: 0x0, 0x418039521cf1, 0x13, 0x432100000010, 0x451afc09bde0
[0x418039521cf0]vmk_PanicWithModuleID@vmkernel#nover+0x41 stack: 0x451afc09bde0, 0x451afc09bda0, 0x4321e53738a8, 0xf, 0x41803ae5edb8
[0x41803ae3a936][email protected]# stack: 0x4321e4bc4070, 0x4321e4ec40c0, 0x0, 0x41803ae53790, 0x431be252a358
[0x41803ae16dc7][email protected]# stack: 0x4321e4bc4070, 0x41803ae16f22, 0x0, 0x4321e4bc4070, 0x530
[0x41803ae16f21][email protected]# stack: 0x530, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0
[0x41803ae16f71][email protected]# stack: 0x0, 0x41803ae1382e, 0x3f7, 0x41803ae53790, 0x4321e4bc4070
[0x41803ae1382d][email protected]# stack: 0x4321e4bc4070, 0x451afc0a3000, 0x45bb9dffaac0, 0x95d28459f2, 0x431be252a310
[0x41803ae98b57][email protected]# stack: 0x431be16d2b68, 0x0, 0x431be16d2b98, 0x431be16d2b88, 0x431be16d2bc0
[0x4180394eb4c2]HelperQueueFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x30f stack: 0x431be16d2b98, 0x431be16d2b88, 0x431be16d2bc0, 0x451afc0a3000, 0x431be16d2b98
[0x418039710dda]CpuSched_StartWorld@vmkernel#nover+0x77 stack: 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0


VMware vSAN 6.7.x
VMware vSAN 7.0.x


This is a known issue which has been investigated by vSAN engineering, cause and fix has been determined.


Please update the ESXi host to below mentioned releases, which will address the issue. The host can safely be rebooted.
The fix for this issue for vSAN 6.x and 7.x branches are included in ESXi 6.7 P06 and ESXi 7.0 U3d respectively.