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Arskaz
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h_partial_key_nelem

Hi!

Any ideas, what do these messages indicate at messages?

kernel: [fw4_2];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 399 with no index table!

Not created a case yet, but those are appearing sometimes, when also some traffic problems are seen.

 

BR, Arskaz

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the_rock
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I found 2 articles on support site when searching that error, but they both indicate its fixed in certain jumbo version, does not reallyt say whats causing it.

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Arskaz
Participant

OK. I couldn't find that at all from support site 😉

Maybe expert -level is not enough...

So I assume, that it is fixed at the latest R80.30 GA JHF. Have not seen that messages with it.

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the_rock
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G_W_Albrecht
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As long as your traffic problems have gone away also, the issue is fixed 😎. The cited SKs are not for [fw4_2];h_partial_key_nelem but other kernel messages - one from a GW freeze, one from a crash...

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the_rock
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Thats true, articles are not, I was just stating thats what came up when I googled it : - )

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Tal_Paz-Fridman
Employee
Employee

Hi

Can you share exactly what version you are running (including JHF).

Thanks

Tal

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Arskaz
Participant

R80.30Take: 236

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Tal_Paz-Fridman
Employee
Employee

Thank you from the information.

I am taking it with the relevant R&D owners.

 

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Duane_Toler
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Hey,

 

Just wanted to add my vote to this thread.  I am helping a customer with various odd issues on their R80.30 JHF 236 HA cluster.  I had this same/similar message appear in fwk.elg repeatedly (every minute or two):

 

[8 Oct  9:37:00][fw4_0];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:37:00][fw4_5];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:37:56][fw4_0];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:37:56][fw4_5];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:39:01][fw4_0];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:39:01][fw4_3];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:39:18][fw4_0];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:39:18][fw4_5];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:41:04][fw4_0];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

[8 Oct  9:41:04][fw4_1];[vs_0];h_partial_key_nelem: called for table id 466 with no index table!

 

 

fw tab -t 466 -s

HOST                  NAME                                ID #VALS #PEAK #SLINKS

localhost             466                                466   952  1039       0

 

I didn't find anything in SecureKnowledge (Expert level, too), but this thread did come up (obviously).  

 

The info below is just FYI, for how I came across the above error, to explain my environment a little more:

For this customer, I'm suspecting they have network and VPN performance issues with combination of SNDs overloaded and CoreXL being crushed due to VPN + Medium Path (QoS and IPS enabled).  They have Multi-Queue NICs, but we need to re-arrange their connections to take full advantage; this is a pending task.

I have an EVAL for them right now, with 6 FWK cores configured, but some cores are hitting 99% (with others at 83% at the same time).  Since it's R80.30, I notice SNDs are no longer limited as before, so we have as many SNDs as CPU cores.  This gateway just needs more Multi-Queue. 🙂 R80.40  is in our plan, too. 

I'm also looking at sk165853 (cpwd_q_init_ke), but I haven't done a debug yet to confirm this is related.  It's in my plan, as well.

 

Thanks, and I hope this helps!

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Tal_Paz-Fridman
Employee
Employee

Hi

According to R&D these messages are harmless.

We will issue an SK as well.

Tal

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