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iOS Crashes with SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor URLSession:task:didCompleteWithError

Explorer

Hello Splunk team and community,

I'm experiencing a lot of iOS crashes from following line (APPNAME is obfuscated).

*APPNAME* -[SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor URLSession:task:didCompleteWithError:] (in *APPNAME*) (SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor.m:142)

It seems like it's related to connectivity issues though. Looks like Splunk is intercepting something on the way to Pinpoint registration and my guess is it's timing out and the app is crashing. I did notice that all crashes had wifi turned off. If you look at the splunk log, SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor is called and the a whole lot of AWSCore.

Is this known issue with fix? Is there way to prevent this from happening?
I tried to look for Splunk version number, but I couldn't find it. Last time Splunk library was updated was 9 months ago.


Full Log:

0 AWSPinpoint 0x1011003a4 0x1010d4000 + 181156
1 AWSCore 0x100ca3f18 0x100c8c000 + 98072
2 AWSCore 0x100caf7e8 0x100c8c000 + 145384
3 AWSCore 0x100cafd38 0x100c8c000 + 146744
//... More AWSCore lines not shown ...
85 AWSCore 0x100cb7da4 0x100c8c000 + 179620
86 APPNAME -[SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor URLSession:task:didCompleteWithError:] (in APPNAME) (SplunkNSURLSessionDataDelegateInterceptor.m:142)
87 CFNetwork 0x18881fad4 0x18864e000 + 1907412
88 Foundation 0x188b16854 0x188a31000 + 940116
89 Foundation 0x188a5b7b0 0x188a31000 + 174000
90 Foundation 0x188a4bb68 0x188a31000 + 109416
91 Foundation 0x188b18bf0 0x188a31000 + 949232
92 libdispatch.dylib 0x186efe9a0 0x186efd000 + 6560
93 libdispatch.dylib 0x186f0cad4 0x186efd000 + 64212
94 libdispatch.dylib 0x186f022cc 0x186efd000 + 21196
95 libdispatch.dylib 0x186f0ea50 0x186efd000 + 72272
96 libdispatch.dylib 0x186f0e7d0 0x186efd000 + 71632
97 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x187107100 0x187106000 + 4352
98 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x187106cac 0x187106000 + 3244
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1 Solution

Engager

Not sure if you ever got a satisfactory answer, but your issue may be related to the following:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35648454/splunk-is-conflicting-with-gmsservices

Unfortunately you lose the networking tracking feature by implementing the answer on the link above.

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New Member

Apple comes to nasty software bugs. After that there, login bypass in macOS – now a glitch is causing iOS devices around the world to crash.
here a glitch in the notifications system is crashing springboard, the part of iOS that handles your home screen.
Apps with daily notifications, in particular, seem to be triggering the crash… but only after your device’s passes with some time. That it originates from apps with daily notifications means it’s not affecting everyone — but it also makes it pretty hard to narrow down the list of impacted apps.
boot your device by using these steps:
Settings > Notifications > the app in question > toggle “Allow notifications
after rebooting your device you can turn off notification options.

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New Member

Apple comes to nasty software bugs. First, login bypass in macOS – now a glitch is causing iOS devices around the world to crash.
Here’s a glitch in the notifications system is crashing springboard, the part of iOS that handles the home screen.
Apps with daily notifications (workout apps, medication reminder apps, etc), in particular, seem to be triggering the crash… but only after your device’s passes with time. And it originates from apps with daily means it’s not affecting everyone — but it also makes it pretty hard to narrow down the list of impacted apps.
boot the device using these steps:
Settings > Notifications > the app in question > toggle “Allow notifications”
after that update your devices.
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Engager

Not sure if you ever got a satisfactory answer, but your issue may be related to the following:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35648454/splunk-is-conflicting-with-gmsservices

Unfortunately you lose the networking tracking feature by implementing the answer on the link above.

View solution in original post

Explorer

@srinitest123 Thanks for the answer! I will try it out, and let you know.

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Explorer

I think this answer is most close to what my question was asking.
I just applied the fix, and hopefully all crashes will disappear.

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