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PDPD process constantly restarts on slave cluster member
Symptoms
  • When changing cluster priority, the PDPD process constantly restarts on the lower priority member.

  • The fwd.elg file shows constant restarts:
    T_event_mainloop_iter_select: select reports  2 events                
    fwasync_do_mux_in: 197: got 0 of 655360 bytes == 655360 bytes required
    fwasync_do_mux_in: 197: peer closed connection                        
    fwasync_end_conn: scheduling the end of connection 197                
    T_event_do_del: marking for deletion socket/type: 197/0               
    T_event_do_del: marking for deletion socket/type: 197/1               
    fwasync_do_mux_in: 180: got 0 of 8 bytes == 8 bytes required          
    fwasync_do_mux_in: 180: peer closed connection                        
    fwasync_end_conn: scheduling the end of connection 180                
    T_event_do_del: marking for deletion socket/type: 180/0               
    T_event_do_del: marking for deletion socket/type: 180/1               
    fw_do_fireman: waitpid return 3056                                    
    fwd_dlp_get_protocol_inspection: DLP is not enabled on this gateway   
    fwauthd_remove: pid=3056, status=11                                   
    fwd: restarting pdpd                                                  
    process 3056 terminated(nprocess=3)                                   
    fwasync_do_end_conn: closing connection 197 (conn=8eed3c8)            
    fwasync_do_end_conn: 197: calling 0x76f29d20 to free opaque 0x8d23c40 
    fwasync_do_end_conn: end closing connection 8eed3c8 197               
    fwasync_do_end_conn: closing connection 180 (conn=8f4a4d0)            
    fwasync_do_end_conn: 180: calling 0x804d304 to free opaque 0x8d3e4d0  
    fwasync_do_end_conn: end closing connection 8f4a4d0 180               
    need_child_process: checking pdpd                                     
    need_child_process: calling fwd_is_pdp_enabled (0x76e9d330) for pdpd  
    fwd_is_pdp_enabled: pdp is enabled      
Solution
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