7 Replies Latest reply on May 6, 2016 7:30 PM by AxLi_1746341

    GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

    prpuc_2175051

      Hi,

       

      I am using Murata Type 1Dx module, which uses Broadcom BCM4343W chipset.

      I am  trying to bring-up the Bluetooth module & using WICED SDK 3.5.2

      My host MCU platform is ARM Cortex M4. I am using WICED-SDK-3.5.2\apps\snip\bluetooth\ble_hello_sensor application.

      I could see read/write operations happening through UART port.

      On Console I see below messages

      00000000 GKI_create_task func=0xfa1d  id=1  name=BTU  stack=0x0  stackSize=6144

      00000000 GKI_create_task func=0x10e91  id=0  name=HCISU  stack=0x0  stackSize=4096

      00096110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00096110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00100110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00100110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00104110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00104110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00108110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00108110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00112110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00112110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00116110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00116110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00120110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00120110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

      00124110 GKI_exception(): Task State Table

      00124110 GKI_exception 65524 getbuf: out of buffers

       

      Program control never reaches in  bt/ble link management callback function. Whereas the "Out of buffers" message keeps on coming. I also tried increasing  buffer count in wiced_bt_cfg_buf_pools (defined in file WICED-SDK-3.5.2\apps\snip\bluetooth\ble_hello_sensor\wiced_bt_cfg.c). But this did not help.

       

      How can I solve this "getbuf: out of buffers" issue?

      It will be very helpful if someone can provide pointers on this.

       

      Thanks & Regards,

      Pratik.