infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!

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    Created by: Paolo Bevilacqua on 13-10-2012 01:42:08 PM
    Now it has become impossible to access [infotag get evt_handoff dnis] dnsi and [infotag get leg_state] in handoff events!!
    Comments from Cisco welcome but please verify yourself first !!!
    Output:

    UpdateStringProc should not be invoked for type
    Oct 13 20:34:47: %ALIGN-3-SPURIOUS: Spurious memory access made at 0x82F18478z  reading 0x0

    Oct 13 20:34:47: %ALIGN-3-TRACE: -Traceback= 0x82F18478z 0x82287CC8z 0x8228CE18z 0x8232C530z 0x8232C97Cz 0x82EF5970z 0x82EF9124z 0x82ED4BECz
    Then session hangs, and cannot be cleared !!!

    that works normally under 15.1(4)M

    proc act_Handoff {} {
    puts -nonewline "status [infotag get leg_state]"
    call close
    }
    set fsm(INIT,ev_handoff) "act_Handoff same_state"
    fsm define fsm INIT

    config

    dial-peer voice 444 voip
    service testl out-bound
    destination-pattern 430
    session target loopback:rtp
    dtmf-relay rtp-nte
    codec g711ulaw 

    Subject: RE: infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!
    Replied by: Anusha Kannappan on 15-10-2012 06:00:33 AM
    Hi Paolo,

    There is a Spurious memory issue in 15.2 tracked in defect CSCub62116. Please test with the fix images and see whether it resolves your issue.

    Thanks,
    Anusha

    Subject: RE: infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!
    Replied by: Paolo Bevilacqua on 15-10-2012 07:44:58 AM
    Anusha Kannappan:

    There
    is a Spurious memory issue in 15.2 tracked in defect CSCub62116. Please
    test with the fix images and see whether it resolves your issue.



     
    This bug is not applicable. No HTTP traffic, I would realy like that you Cisco guys try things before making suggestions.
    CSCub62116

    Bug Details


    Spurious memory access at mace_dp_feature_action_pre_waas
    Symptom:
    Traceback seen when sending http traffic

    Conditions:
    when mace is enabled on interface, after several minutes, traceback is seen

    Subject: RE: infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!
    Replied by: Paolo Bevilacqua on 30-01-2013 02:55:05 AM
    Any chance that Cisco will look into this? Put simply:
    *** THIS BUGS BREAKS WORKING SCRIPTS UNDER 15.2 ***
    I'm having serious problems with my customers because of that !!!

    Subject: RE: infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!
    Replied by: Anusha Kannappan on 30-01-2013 04:44:04 AM
    Hi Paolo,
     
    Could you please share the logs for the passed and failed images specifying which images being used for testing. As it is specific to the IOS we need to get our DE team invoved to proceed further.
     
    Thanks,
    Anusha

    Subject: RE: infotag access now broken in 15.2 !!!
    Replied by: Paolo Bevilacqua on 30-01-2013 07:45:32 AM
    Anusha Kannappan:
    Hi Paolo,
     
    Could you please share the logs for the passed and failed images specifying which images being used for testing. As it is specific to the IOS we need to get our DE team invoved to proceed further.
     
    Thanks,
    Anusha

    Please see my openning post for a complete description of the problem, including test script, logs and router IOS configuration.
    It is all there. What else do you need ?