Cisco IOS XR System Error Reference Guide for XR1200 Series Platform Specific Messages, Release 3.3
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Platform Messages

Table Of Contents

Platform Messages

ALPHA_DISPLAY Messages

ASM Messages

BP_SERVER Messages

CHP Messages

DSCMEDIA Messages

ENVMON Messages

FABRIC_CTRL Messages

FAULT Messages

FDIAGS Messages

FFQ Messages

GSR_lc_exmem Messages

GSR_LC_PM Messages

GSR_LIB Messages

GSR_PRP_PM Messages

INVMGR Messages

IPCLC Messages

IPMCAST Messages

MBI_HELLO Messages

MBI_LIB_ACCESS Messages

MBI_LIB Messages

MBUS Messages

NETIO_LC Messages

NFEA_HW_PROG Messages

PRP_HW Messages

SYSLDR_LC Messages

SYSLDR_RP Messages

SYSLDR Messages

TFQ Messages

TIMESYNC_CLIENT Messages

TIMESYNC Messages

UPGRADE Messages


Platform Messages


This section contains all Platform related System Error Messages, such as shelf magr, chassis, env ctrl, and so forth. The following facility codes are represented in this module:

ALPHA_DISPLAY Messages

ASM Messages

BP_SERVER Messages

CHP Messages

DSCMEDIA Messages

ENVMON Messages

FABRIC_CTRL Messages

FAULT Messages

FDIAGS Messages

FFQ Messages

GSR_lc_exmem Messages

GSR_LC_PM Messages

GSR_LIB Messages

GSR_PRP_PM Messages

INVMGR Messages

IPCLC Messages

IPMCAST Messages

MBI_HELLO Messages

MBI_LIB_ACCESS Messages

MBI_LIB Messages

MBUS Messages

NETIO_LC Messages

NFEA_HW_PROG Messages

PRP_HW Messages

SYSLDR_LC Messages

SYSLDR_RP Messages

SYSLDR Messages

TFQ Messages

TIMESYNC_CLIENT Messages

TIMESYNC Messages

UPGRADE Messages

1 ALPHA_DISPLAY Messages

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%PLATFORM-ALPHA_DISPLAY-3-INIT_ERROR Process Initialization Failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The alphadisplay process failed to initialize. The alphadisplay process controls the 8 characters alphanumeric LEDs on the bottom of all 12000 series line and route processor cards (excluding SIP cards). It provides for the configuration of custom messages as well as the reading of the current output both through CLI and XML. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. There are 2 types of possible failures, these include: - Event Manager Creation Failure - SYSDB Initialization Failure %s - is the decoded error reason

Recommended Action    The System Manager process (sysmgr) will automatically respawn this process, up to a fixed number of times when this error is encountered, to recover. Execute 'show process alphadisplay' to verify that the process is up and running. If it is still non-operational, try doing try doing 'process restart alphadisplay' If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ALPHA_DISPLAY-6-CHANGE Alpha display on node [chars] changed to [chars] in state [chars]

Explanation    Message to indicate that alpha-display was updated with new string or state.

Recommended Action    *None*

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%PLATFORM-ALPHA_DISPLAY-7-EVENT_ERROR Event Failure: ([chars])

Explanation    The alphadisplay process received a bad event. The alphadisplay process controls the 8 characters alphanumeric LEDs on the bottom of all 12000 series line and route processor cards (excluding SIP cards). It provides for the configuration of custom messages as well as the reading of the current output both through CLI and XML. %s - is the decoded error reason

Recommended Action    Monitor the event messages. The alphadisplay process will handle the failure gracefully but if they continually appear on the console, try doing 'process restart alphadisplay' If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

ASM Messages

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-BADDESC_ERR Assembler detected a bad descriptor error: Data [hex]

Explanation    Assembler detected a bad descriptor in the free queue. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-CRC_ERR assembler dll: block: [chars], entity: [chars] had CRC error, count: [dec]

Explanation    PII block got a packet from the entity mentioned above with a CRC error.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-DEVICE_HALT FFQ: device halted, sub-block: [chars], halted entity: [chars]

Explanation    FFQ, ASIC got halted. The halted block and its parent block are provided

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FATAL assembler dll: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    iqm, assembler dll manager encountered a fatal error and is not able recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FATAL_2 assembler dll: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars], errno=[dec]

Explanation    assembler encountered a fatal error and is not able to recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text. An integer errno will also be printed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FIA_INTFERR Assembler detected a FIA interface error: Data [hex]

Explanation    Assembler detected an error with the fia interface. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FIA_PARITYERR Assembler detected a FIA parity error: Data [hex]

Explanation    A parity error has been detected on the assembler to fia interface. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FQEMPTY_ERR Assembler detected that a free queue is empty

Explanation    The assembler component has detected that one of the free queues used to buffer packets coming from the fabric into the route processor is empty.

Recommended Action    The system will most likely recover from this error automatically. No intervention is required. If this error is reported frequently you may want to call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the gathered information. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-FQEMPTY_ERR Assembler detected a free queue empty error: Data [hex]

Explanation    Assembler detected a that the free queue is empty. The hex number indicates the error cause register value.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-GEN_INFO assembler dll: general information,

Explanation    The ASM's informational message.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-HWINIT_INCOMPLETE assembler dll: hardware initialization not complete

Explanation    hardware init is not complete.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-INFO assembler dll: service degrading error, reason = [chars]

Explanation    The assembler encountered an error that would lead to degraded service.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-INTR_ENABLE_FAIL assembler dll: intr enable at addr: [hex] mask: [hex] failed.

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-INTR_STATUS_GET_ERR assembler dll: intr status get failed for: [chars]@[hex], rc=[dec]

Explanation    Hardware register read failed.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-MALLOC_FAILED assembler dll: fatal memory allocation error for bytes

Explanation    ASM encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-NOT_AVAILABLE assembler dll: asic is not available

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-NOT_OPERATIONAL assembler dll: asic is not operational, state: [dec]

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-NOT_YET_IMPLEMENTED assembler dll: this function is not yet implemented

Explanation    FFQ, assembler dll , a function is not implemented.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-3-RESET_ERR Assembler is being reset because of too many errors.

Explanation    Assembler software driver is seeing too many errors that indicated a problem with the hardware. Some of the error logs prior to this message should indicate the errors that lead to this reset.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-4-BADDESC_ERR Assembler detected a bad descriptor.

Explanation    Assembler detected a bad descriptor in the free queue. The system will usually recover from this error automatically. If the frequency of this alert increases noticeably it could indicate a hardware problem on the route processor card.

Recommended Action    The system will normally recover from this error without intervention. If the frequency with which this error occurs increases substantially, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the gathered information. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-6-UNHANDLED_HALT assembler dll: halt not handled, parent: [chars], child: [chars], intr: [dec]

Explanation    Hardware halt is not handled.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-ASM-6-UNHANDLED_INTR assembler dll: intr not handled, parent: [chars], child: [chars], group id: [dec], intr: [dec]

Explanation    Hardware interrupt is not handled in the code, need to implement.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

BP_SERVER Messages

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%PLATFORM-BP_SERVER-3-ERR_DSC_ELECTION This RP detected more than 2 RPs (active/standby) inserted in the chassis.

Explanation    When more than 2 RPs (active/standby) are used in the same chassis, one must be elected as the dSC, the master of the chassis. In order to select which RP will become the dSC, insert only the RPs that will be part of the Owner Logical Router (maximum of 2 RPs). Once these RPs are fully booted, you may insert other RPs as required and assign them to manage logical routers. At this point, chassis mastership has been determined and subsequent power-cycle of the chassis will support multiple RPs with no problem.

Recommended Action    Eject RPs that are unused or not in the Owner Logical Router. Ensure there are no more than 2 RPs inserted. Reload the RPs. Wait for console prompt. Insert other RP cards and load them as required.

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%PLATFORM-BP_SERVER-3-ERR_INIT_DSC Failed to learn if we are running on the DSC ([chars])

Explanation    This process needs to know if it runs on the DSC or standby DSC. An error occured while trying to get the information from the DSC process. The process will voluntary exit, and should be restarted.

Recommended Action    Verify that the DSC process is running using 'show process' command.

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%PLATFORM-BP_SERVER-3-ERR_MAC_BLK_SIZE Backplane NVRAM contains MAC address info field [hex] which is invalid. Please rectify this problem to ensure quality operation of your router

Explanation    There is a MAC address block field in the backplane NVRAM. If the MAC address block field is invalid, there is the possibility of corrupted backplane NVRAM or incompatibility with the software

Recommended Action    Verify that the chassis is supported with the version of software. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered.

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%PLATFORM-BP_SERVER-3-INVALID_BP_VERSION Backplane NVRAM contains Backplane Version number [dec] which is invalid. Please rectify this problem to ensure quality operation of your router

Explanation    There is a Backplane Version field in the backplane NVRAM. If the Backplane Version field is invalid, there is the possibility of corrupted backplane NVRAM or incompatibility with the software

Recommended Action    Verify that the chassis is supported with the version of software. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered.

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%PLATFORM-BP_SERVER-3-INVALID_CHASSIS_MODEL Backplane NVRAM contains chassis model number [dec] which is invalid. Please rectify this problem to ensure quality operation of your router

Explanation    Backplane NVRAM contains the chassis model number which the software relies on for chassis identification. This is a complaint about an invalid chassis model number is stored in backplane NVRAM. Software will try its best to use the CSC card in the chassis to determine the chassis model.

Recommended Action    Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered.

CHP Messages

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-CRC_ERR chopper dll: block: [chars], entity: [chars] had CRC error, count: [dec]

Explanation    PII block got a packet from the entity mentioned above with a CRC error.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-DEVICE_HALT TFQ: device halted, sub-block: [chars], halted entity: [chars]

Explanation    TFQ, ASIC got halted. The halted block and its parent block are provided

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-DMA_ERR Chopper detected a DMA error: Data [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the Chopper hardware found a DMA problem. The hexadecimal data indicates the error register value when the problem is detected. This usually indicates a hardware error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-FATAL chopper dll: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    iqm, chopper dll manager encountered a fatal error and is not able recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-FATAL_2 chopper dll: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars], errno=[dec]

Explanation    chopper encountered a fatal error and is not able to recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text. An integer errno will also be printed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-FUSILLI_PARITY_ERR Chopper detected a Fusilli parity error: Data [hex]

Explanation    A parity error has been detected on the Chopper to Fusilli interface. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP. RP may be reset.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-GEN_INFO chopper dll: general information,

Explanation    The CHP's informational message.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-HWINIT_INCOMPLETE chopper dll: hardware initialization not complete

Explanation    hardware init is not complete.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-INFO chopper dll: service degrading error, reason = [chars]

Explanation    The chopper encountered an error that would lead to degraded service.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-INTR_ENABLE_FAIL chopper dll: intr enable at addr: [hex] mask: [hex] failed.

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-INTR_STATUS_GET_ERR chopper dll: intr status get failed for: [chars]@[hex], rc=[dec]

Explanation    Hardware register read failed.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-MALLOC_FAILED chopper dll: fatal memory allocation error for bytes

Explanation    CHP encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-NOT_AVAILABLE chopper dll: asic is not available

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-NOT_OPERATIONAL chopper dll: asic is not operational, state: [dec]

Explanation    hardware state is not correct.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-NOT_YET_IMPLEMENTED chopper dll: this function is not yet implemented

Explanation    TFQ, chopper dll , a function is not implemented.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-PCI_ERR Chopper detected a PCI error: Data [hex]

Explanation    A PCI error has been detected by the Chopper PCI interface. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP. RP may be reset.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-3-SRAM_PARITY_ERR Chopper detected a SRAM parity error: Data [hex]

Explanation    A parity error has been detected on the Chopper to SRAM interface. The hex number indicates the error cause register value. This usually indicates a hardware problem on the RP. RP may be reset.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-6-UNHANDLED_HALT chopper dll: halt not handled, parent: [chars], child: [chars], intr: [dec]

Explanation    Hardware halt is not handled.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-CHP-6-UNHANDLED_INTR chopper dll: intr not handled, parent: [chars], child: [chars], group id: [dec], intr: [dec]

Explanation    Hardware interrupt is not handled in the code, need to implement.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

DSCMEDIA Messages

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-2-ERR_WAIT_REDUNDANCY Waiting for result of active/standby arbitration...keep trying

Explanation    The redundancy information is needed as an input for the DSC election. Only active cards may become DSC. The information is still unavailable at this time. The DSC election is on hold, waiting for the information to become available. This will prevent proper system operation.

Recommended Action    If this message happens repeatitively, it indicates a problem, likely in the active/standby arbitration module. Collect information using 'show redundancy'.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-2-FATAL DSC media fatal error: [chars]

Explanation    The dsc media dll encountered aa fatal error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-3-ERROR Error from dsc media dll: [chars]

Explanation    The dsc media dll encountered an internal software error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-3-ERROR2 Error from dsc media dll: [chars], errno=[dec] ([chars])

Explanation    The dsc media dll encountered an internal software error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-3-READ_PERSIST Unable to [chars] when parsing persistent file [chars]: [chars] ([chars])

Explanation    The dsc process attempted to read dcs election information from non-volatile storage, but encountered a problem. This may cause the wrong RP card to get elected as DSC.

Recommended Action    Verify nvram: filesystem integrity. If this is a persistent problem then: Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-3-WRITE_PERSIST Unable to [chars] when writing persistent file [chars]: [chars] ([chars])

Explanation    The dsc process attempted to store dcs election information to non-volatile storage, but encountered a problem. This may cause the wrong RP card to get elected as DSC on the next chassis cold boot.

Recommended Action    Make sure there is free space in local NVRAM. If this is a persistent problem then: Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-4-FETCH Unable to [chars] [chars] when fetching initial copy from DSC: [chars] ([chars])

Explanation    The process is unable to get an initial copy of the dsc info file from the dsc card. This may cause the wrong RP card to get elected as DSC on the next chassis cold boot.

Recommended Action    Restarting the dsc process (proc restart dsc) will cause it to retry the operation and normally recover from this condition. If the issue persists: Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-4-LISTEN Unable to listen for multicast messages: [chars] ([chars])

Explanation    The process is unable to register to receive multicast messages. This means that the card will not be able to update local non-volatile data with the latest dsc election information coming from remote nodes. This may cause the wrong RP card to get elected as DSC on the next chassis cold boot.

Recommended Action    Restarting the dsc process will cause it to re-register to receive dsc persisted updates. If the issue persists: Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-4-NO_CSC_SN Could not read Serial Numbers of the Fabric Cards slot 16 & 17; errno=[dec] ([chars])

Explanation    Serial Numbers of the Fabric Cards (slots 16 and 17) are used to help determine chassis nativity for the Logical Routers feature. Chassis nativity is part of the algorithm to ensure that on a cold boot, the right RP is elected as the DSC and provides Logical Router boundaries to other RP cards. The lack of CSC serial numbers may cause the wrong RP to be elected DSC when RP cards are shuffled from one chassis to another and a cold boot is performed.

Recommended Action    Ensure that Fabric CSC cards are properly inserted in the chassis.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-4-WARNING Warning from dsc media dll: [chars]

Explanation    The dsc media dll encountered an internal software warning.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-4-WARNING2 Warning from dsc media dll: [chars], errno=[dec] ([chars])

Explanation    The dsc media dll encountered an internal software warning.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-DSCMEDIA-6-DSC_ELECTED This node is now [chars]

Explanation    A new dSC has been elected.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

ENVMON Messages

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-1-CANTSHUT Environmental Monitor was unable to shutdown slot [dec]: [chars]

Explanation    Envmon attempted to shutdown the specified slot due to severely out-of-range conditions, but was unable to do so. The request to sysldr to shut the card, failed.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the problem, referring to system log or the show env command outputs. If operation permits, remove and insert the card, or power down the entire router. If the problem is not resolved, call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-1-SHUTDOWN Environmental Monitor initiated shutdown on slot [dec]

Explanation    An environmental sensor has remained in a dangerous operating range, and sysldr is requested to shutdown card to avoid possible damage.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the problem, referring to system log or the show env command outputs. If operation permits, remove and insert the card, or power down the entire router. If the problem is not resolved, call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-1-SPA_CANTSHUT Environmental Monitor was unable to shutdown slot [dec] bay [dec]: [chars]

Explanation    Envmon attempted to shutdown the specified spa due to severely out-of-range conditions, but was unable to do so.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the problem, referring to system log or the show env command outputs. If operation permits, remove and insert the spa, or power down the line card having the spa. If the problem is not resolved, call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-1-SPA_SHUTDOWN Environmental Monitor initiated shutdown on slot [dec] bay [dec]

Explanation    An environmental sensor on the spa has remained in a critical operating range, and is being shutdown to avoid possible damage.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the problem, referring to system log or the show env command outputs. If operation permits, remove and insert the spa, or power down the line card having the spa. If the problem is not resolved, call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ADDITIVE_POWER_OVERBUDGET Power consumption has exceeded additive supply mode limit by [dec]W; results unpredictable

Explanation    The power calculated in use by the chassis exceeds that available by the powershelf. This condition could result in an outage of the chassis if action is not immediately taken.

Recommended Action    Remove some linecards to reduce power consumption, or install a higher capacity powershelf.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_CONDITION An environmental condition exists on slot [dec]

Explanation    One or more environmental conditions exist on the specified slot. If left untended, they could result in loss of service or even hardware damage.

Recommended Action    Using the 'show environment' command and other associate system messages, determine the nature of the failure and take corrective action, including replacement of faulty hardware.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_CONDITION_CLEAR The environmental condition on slot [dec] has cleared

Explanation    All environmental conditions on the specified slot have cleared.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_POWER_FAILURE The environmental condition on slot [dec] is because of power failure

Explanation    Powershelf failure environmental conditions exist on the specified slot. If left untended, they could result in loss of service or even hardware damage.

Recommended Action    Using the 'show environment power-shelf' command and other associate system messages, determine the nature of the failure and take corrective action, including replacement of faulty hardware.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_POWER_FAILURE_CLEAR The environmental condition (Power Failure) on slot [dec] is cleared

Explanation    Power failure environmental conditions on the specified slot have cleared.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_POWER_FAULT The environmental condition on slot [dec] is because of power fault

Explanation    Powershelf fault environmental conditions exist on the specified slot. If left untended, they could result in loss of service or even hardware damage.

Recommended Action    Using the 'show environment power-shelf' command and other associate system messages, determine the nature of the failure and take corrective action, including replacement of faulty hardware.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_POWER_FAULT_CLEAR The environmental condition (Power Fault) on slot [dec] is cleared

Explanation    Power fault environmental conditions on the specified slot have cleared.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_SLOT_FORCE_CLEAR The environmental condition on slot [dec] has cleared because the slot is no longer monitorable

Explanation    All environmental conditions on the specified slot have cleared due to the fact that the card was either removed from the slot or was powered down.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-ENV_SPA_FORCE_CLEAR The environmental condition on slot [dec] bay [dec] has cleared because the SPA is no longer monitorable

Explanation    All environmental conditions on the specified spa have cleared due to the fact that the spa was either removed from the card or was shut down.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN The fan array ([chars]) has reached [chars] level.

Explanation    The fan array specified has reached a warning or critical level and is approaching or approached a condition that is outside the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    Verify the failure and call your technical support representative for repair or replacement.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-FAN_CLEAR The fan array ([chars]) has returned to a normal level.

Explanation    The fan sensor/array has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-OVERTEMP [chars] temperature has reached [chars] level

Explanation    The temperature sensor specified has reached a warning or critical level and is approaching or approached a condition that is outside the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the temperature problem. Check all unit doors are in place and closed. Check fans are operating. Remove affected cards, check how hot they are and allow to cool and reinsert. Operation of over-temperature equipment is not recommended due to equipment damage. If problem not resolved by above steps, power unit off and call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-OVERTEMP_CLEAR [chars] temperature has returned to a normal level

Explanation    The temperature sensor specified has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWER_BUDGET_OK Power consumption is back within [chars] supply mode limits

Explanation    The power calculated in use by the chassis has returned to a value that is within the power supplied by the powershelf.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_CURRENT [chars] current has reached [chars] level at [dec] A

Explanation    The current supply specified has reached a critical level and is now out of specification.

Recommended Action    Verify the failure and call your technical support representative for repair or replacement.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_CURRENT_CLEAR [chars] current has returned to a normal level at [dec] A

Explanation    The voltage supply specified has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_NONOP [chars] is Non-Operational

Explanation    The power supply specified has become non-operational.

Recommended Action    Verify the failure and call your technical support representative for repair or replacement.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_NONOP_CLEAR [chars] has become operational

Explanation    The power supply specified has returned to an operational state.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_VOLTAGE [chars] voltage has reached [chars] level at [dec] V

Explanation    The voltage supply specified has reached a critical level and is now out of specification.

Recommended Action    Verify the failure and call your technical support representative for repair or replacement.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-POWERSUPPLY_VOLTAGE_CLEAR [chars] voltage has returned to a normal level at [dec] V

Explanation    The voltage supply specified has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-REDUNDANT_POWER_OVERBUDGET Power consumption has exceeded redundant supply mode limit by [dec]W; power redundancy lost

Explanation    The power calculated in use by the chassis exceeds that for which power supply redundancy is available. The chassis now function in additive mode.

Recommended Action    Remove some linecards to reduce power consumption, or install a higher capacity powershelf to regain power supply redundancy.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-TEMP [chars] temperature has reached [chars] level at [dec](C)

Explanation    The temperature sensor specified has reached a warning or critical level and is approaching or approached a condition that is outside the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    Attempt to resolve the temperature problem. Check all unit doors are in place and closed. Check fans are operating. Remove affected cards, check how hot they are and allow to cool and reinsert. Operation of over-temperature equipment is not recommended due to equipment damage. If problem not resolved by above steps, power unit off and call your technical support representative for assistance.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-TEMP_CLEAR [chars] temperature has returned to a normal level at [dec](C)

Explanation    The temperature sensor specified has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-VOLTAGE [chars] voltage has reached [chars] level at [dec] mV

Explanation    The voltage supply specified has reached a critical level and is now out of specification.

Recommended Action    Verify the failure and call your technical support representative for repair or replacement.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-2-VOLTAGE_CLEAR [chars] voltage has returned to a normal level at [dec] mV

Explanation    The voltage supply specified has returned to a level that is within the acceptable range.

Recommended Action    None required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ASSUME_OLD_E5 slot:[dec] Cannot determine if E5 [chars] supports 12V rail. Assuming legacy E5 card.

Explanation    The envmon component needs to to know the E5's hardware type and power controller firmware version in order to determine if the card supports the new daughterboard 12V SPA voltage rail. However, we could not determine one of these components, and so the software is taking the conservative stance of assuming that the E5 does not support the 12V rail. This error should always be preceeded by another envmon E5 related error about the hardware or firmware check failing.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ERR_CARD_UNSUPPORTED Card type [dec] in slot [dec] is not supported by environmental monitoring. The card will not be monitored

Explanation    The card inserted in the specified slot cannot be monitored.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ERR_E5_NOSUPPORT Card type [dec] in slot [dec] needs hardware rework and is not supported by environmental monitoring. The card will not be monitored

Explanation    The E5 card inserted in the specified slot cannot be monitored since it needs hardware rework.

Recommended Action    Rework the card.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ERR_MARGIN_MODE_UNKNOWN Unknown margin code [hex]

Explanation    An unknown margin mode was received by the erroring function. Consequently it did not know what to do and has aborted the current action.

Recommended Action    Reattempt the last action, to see if you can proceed. Even if you can proceed, be sure to have a defect logged to resolve the issue.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ERR_SLOT_INVALID [chars]: Invalid slot [dec]

Explanation    Invalid slot number.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-ERROR_READ_AC Failed mbus read when determining AC/DC

Explanation    An attempt to read from MBus to determine whether the chassis is AC or DC powered failed. This will result in the supply type reporting as the default of AC.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-UNEXPECTED_PRP_TYPE Unexpected PRP type [hex] in slot [dec]. Assuming PRP-2

Explanation    The envmon component received an unexpected PRP type.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-UNKNOWN_E5_FW slot:[dec] Cannot determine E5 power controller firmware version. errno=[hex]:[chars]

Explanation    The envmon component could not determine the E5's power controller FW version.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-UNKNOWN_E5_HW_TYPE slot:[dec] Cannot determine E5 hardware type.

Explanation    The envmon component could not determine the E5 type.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-UNKNOWN_PEM Unknown PEM[dec] of type [chars]%s, chassis type [dec]

Explanation    The envmon component could not determine the type of Power Entry Module. This will result in this PEM reporting as a 0W PEM and the power calculations will be inaccurate.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-3-UNKNOWN_PRP_TYPE Cannot determine PRP type in slot [dec], assuming PRP-2.

Explanation    The envmon component could not determine the PRP type. The envmon component will treat this PRP as if it was a PRP-2. If this is really a PRP-1 then the show environmental voltage command will list two extra sensors: PLIM_V7_HDD_5V and PLIM_V6_1.5V, and these sensors will have incorrect voltage and margin states, because they do not really exist. Moreover, the PRP1's PLIM_V4_1.6V volt sensor will be instead listed as PLIM_V4_1.3V. There is no negative impact to the card.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-4-OLD_E5_FW slot:[dec] E5 has downrev power controller firmware.

Explanation    The envmon component has detected that the E5 in the specified slot has HW capability to support margining and monitoring of the Daughterboard's 12V SPA rail, but the FW does not. The minimum power controller firmware needed is 0.95.

Recommended Action    Upgrade the E5's power controller firmware.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-5-ERR_MBUS_EEPROM slot [dec]: Unable to read mbus eeprom contents for PCA

Explanation    For displaying notification of mbus nonresponsiveness to get eeprom contents.

Recommended Action    This indicates that mbus request to get eeprom contents for envmon command has timed out.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-6-FAN_INSERT Fan blower inserted into slot [dec]

Explanation    The fan blower module specified was detected as inserted.

Recommended Action    None requried

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-6-FAN_REMOVE Fan blower removed from slot [dec]

Explanation    The fan blower module specified was detected as removed.

Recommended Action    None requried

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-6-PEM_INSERT [chars] inserted into slot [dec]

Explanation    The power entry module specified was detected as inserted.

Recommended Action    None requried

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-6-PEM_REMOVE [chars] removed from slot [dec]

Explanation    The power entry module specified was detected as removed.

Recommended Action    None requried

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-BAG_DECODE_FAILED Bag decode on [chars] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not decode bag

Recommended Action    None

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-CACHE_TOO_SMALL Cache size ([dec]) is to small for sensor id ([dec]) from SPA in slot:[dec] bay:[dec]

Explanation    This is a coding defect caught by sanity checks. The envmon subsystem maintains a short term cache for a SPA's voltage margin values. However, the specified SPA is using sensor ids that are too large for our cache. Consequently we will not be able to store or report the voltage margin value for these offending sensors.

Recommended Action    *SUPPORT*

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_ASSERT Assertion failure due to [chars]

Explanation    A fatal internal software error has occurred.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT Checkpointing error, [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT_CREATE Could not create checkpoint entry (key [hex]): [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT_DELETE Could not delete checkpoint entry (objid [hex]): [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT_ITERATE [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT_RESTORE A corrupted checkpoint was detected: key = [hex], datakey = [hex]. Entry deleted.

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_CHKPT_SAVE Could not save checkpoint entry (key [hex], objid [hex]): [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an error in data checkpointing.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_DEBUG_REG Debug registration failed ([chars]).

Explanation    An internal registration call returned an error. Debug commands for the LIB device may not be effective. Normal operation is not affected.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_DSC_CONNECT Could not contact the dSC: [chars]

Explanation    Environmental monitoring couldn't contact the dSC

Recommended Action    None.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_DSC_GET Could not determine relationship to dSC: [chars]

Explanation    Environmental monitoring couldn't determine if it is running on the dSC or not.

Recommended Action    None.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_EDM_INIT Error initializing envmon EDM ([chars]): [chars]

Explanation    An error occurred while setting up the envmon EDM.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_EDM_MISSING Unknown error code [hex]

Explanation    One of the look up routines for the ENV_EDM_ERRS_E enumeration received an unexpected error code. Most likely caused by a new enumerated type being added but the table was not updated, or the look up routines are being passed a value that really isn't a ENV_EDM_ERRS_E value.

Recommended Action    None. This is not so bad. These look up routines are suppose to make it easier to debug envmon problems this really has no customer impact, and is only going to make it more troublesome for engineers.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_EVM_ASYNC_ATTACH Event Manager's event_async_attach function failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not attach an event_handler to handle async messages.

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_EVM_CREATE Event Manager create failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    The Event Manager could not be created.

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_INTERNAL [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Miscellaneous software error.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_LWM_RECEIVE LWM Message Receive failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    The Light-Weight Messaging msg_recieve function failed.

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_LWM_REPLY LWM Message Reply failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    The Light-Weight Messaging msg_reply function failed.

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_MBUS_CEC [chars]: Error reading mbus cec register [hex] on slot [dec] bay [dec]. Status:[hex], Errno:[hex], ErrStr:'[chars]'

Explanation    An error occurred reading an MBus CEC register.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_MBUS_READREG [chars]: Error reading mbus register [hex] on slot [dec]: [chars]

Explanation    An error occurred reading an MBus register.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_MBUS_RECEIVE [chars]: Error receiving MBus message for slot [dec], type [dec]: [chars]

Explanation    An error occurred reading an MBus register.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_NODEID_CREATE nodeid_create for slot [dec] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Platform function return error on invocation

Recommended Action    Ensure the Platform Library is available.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_PTHREAD [chars]: pthread manipulation error: [chars]

Explanation    A proccess thread call failed.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_SLOT_EXTRACT [chars] nodeid_extract_fields for nodeid [dec] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Platform function return error on invocation

Recommended Action    Ensure the Platform Library is available.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_SYSDB_BIND SysDB bind to [chars] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not bind to SysDB

Recommended Action    Ensure SysDB is available on the system.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_SYSDB_GET SysDB item_get on [chars] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not get item value in Sysdb

Recommended Action    Ensure item is in Sysdb

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_SYSDB_REG_NOTIFY SysDB register for notification on [chars] failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not register for notification in Sysdb

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_THREAD_CREATE Could not create thread. Error: [chars]

Explanation    A thread could not be created.

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERR_TRAP_SEND Error generating Envmon trap notification [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    An error occurred while generating trap notification to SNMP

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-ERROR Error, [chars]

Explanation    Envmon encountered an software error.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-EVENT_BLOCK_FAILED Event Manager could not block. Error: [chars]

Explanation    Could not block on receiving events from sysdb via event manager

Recommended Action    None. Environmental Monitoring process will restart automatically

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-NOT_ON_DSC Environmental monitoring will only run on the dSC

Explanation    Environmental monitoring only runs on the dSC

Recommended Action    None.

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%PLATFORM-ENVMON-7-SYSMGR_PROC_READY_FAILED System Manager's proccess ready failed. Error: [chars]

Explanation    A sysmgr process ready API failed.

Recommended Action    None.

FABRIC_CTRL Messages

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-ACTIVE_RP Encountered error when waiting for the active/standby role of the RP. rc=[hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the fabric control process encounter an error when waiting for the active RP notification. Process exits with error. This is either a system resource issue or a software bug.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-CARD_STATE [chars], [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the software tries to set the state of an unknown card. Software is in a bad state.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-CHKPT_INIT_FAILED Fabric control failed to initialize for data checkpointing, errno = [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the fabric control process encountered a problem when trying to initialize data checkpointing. Process will abort.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-CHKPT_REGISTRATION_FAILED Fabric control failed to register for data checkpointing, errno = [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the fabric control process encountered a problem when trying to registering data for checkpointing. Process will abort.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-ERR_MEM_ALLOC [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that the system did not have enough memory available. [chars] is the operation for which there was insufficient memory. System may be in an unstable state.

Recommended Action    Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-ERR_MEM_ALLOC No memory avaliable for [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that the system did not have enough memory available. [chars] is the operation for which there was insufficient memory. System is in an unstable state.

Recommended Action    Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-ERR_REPORT [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that an error detected in the fabric hardware as described in [char]

Recommended Action    Follow the instruction on the error message. If it is a suspected hardware failure, reseat the hardware. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-EVENT_LOOP Process event loop exited due to unknown errors. Abort

Explanation    This message indicates that the fabric control process encounter an error in its event dispatcher. Process aborts. This is either a system resource issue or a software bug

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_SYNCH Failed to drive slave clock on card [dec] from [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that the card on slot failed to synchronize clocks with the Master clock. If this condition persists, Slot is unusable.

Recommended Action    Check the MBUS agent ROM version of the fabric cards and the card on slot are up-to-date. Check the fabric loader version on slot is up-to-date. Check the temperature of the fabric cards. Reseat the card on slot and all the fabric cards. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_RESET_FC Failed to reset fabric card, slot=[dec] in software

Explanation    A fabric card failed to reset. This message indicates that the software failed to reset the fabric card on slot . Slot is marked as malfunction and is shutdown.

Recommended Action    Check the MBUS agent ROM version of the fabric cards are up-to-date. Check the temperature of the fabric cards. Reseat the primary CSC card. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_SEND_CONFIG Failed to send new fabric configuration to slot [dec] after [dec] retries

Explanation    This message indicates that the linecard on slot failed to receive the latest fabric configuration data it needs to connect to the fabric. slot is disconnected from the fabric and is unusable.

Recommended Action    Reseat the linecard on slot . If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_SEND_SLOT_BW Failed sending slot bandwidth info to slot [dec] after [dec] retries

Explanation    This message indicates that the linecard on slot failed to receive the latest slot bandwidth data it needs to operate. slot is disconnected from the fabric and is unusable.

Recommended Action    Reseat the linecard on slot . If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_SYNC_RP Failed to sync RP (slot=[dec]) to [chars] (slot=[dec])

Explanation    This message indicates that the RP on slot failed to synchronize its clock with the Master clock. The RP on slot is unusable if this condition presists. If RP on slot is the primary RP, then the router is unusable.

Recommended Action    Check the MBUS agent ROM version of the fabric cards and the RP on slot are up-to-date. Check the temperature of the fabric cards. Reseat the RP on slot and all the fabric cards. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_SYNC_RP_TO_CSCS Could not synch primary RP (slot=[dec]) to both CSC1 and CSC0

Explanation    This message indicates that the primary RP failed to synchronize its clock with either CSC. If problem persists, router is unusable.

Recommended Action    Check the MBUS agent ROM version of the fabric cards and the RP on slot are up-to-date. Check the temperature of the fabric cards. Reseat the RP on slot and all the fabric cards. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-FAILED_TO_SYNC_TO_SELF Failed to sync [chars] (slot [dec]) to itself

Explanation    This message indicates that the primary CSC failed to synchronize its clock with itself. If problem persists, router is unusable.

Recommended Action    Check the MBUS agent ROM version of the fabric cards are up-to-date. Reseat the primary CSC card. Check the temperature of the fabric cards. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-MBUS_ERROR Unable to send MBUS msg. Error = [dec] ([chars])

Explanation    This message indicates that an error occurred when the card tries to communicate with remote on fabric and chassis management via MBUS. Chassis, LCs and fabric is in a bad state.

Recommended Action    Verify the MBUS agent ROM version is up-to-date. Reseat the card with the error. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-NOTIFY_BW_CHG_ERROR new chassis bandwidth, [dec], cannot be sent to clients. Error: [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that chassis bandwidth has changed but fabric control cannot send the info to its clients. Router may be in an unstable state.

Recommended Action    Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-2-PROCESS_INIT Encountered critical problem in initialization of [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that the system cannot initialize some critical parts of the fabric software. [chars] are the critical parts that failed. Fabric control process is aborted.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-MBUS [chars], errno=[hex], [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that an error occurred when RP tries to communicate with remote on fabric and chassis management via MBUS. If problem persists, chassis, LCs and fabric is in a bad state.

Recommended Action    Verify the MBUS agent ROM version is up-to-date. Try to restart fctl and mbus process to see if problem persists: 'process restart fctl' and 'process restart mbus'. If this is a newly inserted card, try to reseat the card. If problem persists, copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-MIB_INIT_ERROR [chars]

Explanation    Unable to initialize the debugging facility of fabric MIB. Other fabric MIB capabilities are not disturbed.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-RESTORE_DATA Encountered error restoring checkpointed data

Explanation    This message indicates that the system cannot restore checkpointed data of the fabric software. Router may be in an unstable state

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-THREAD_CREATE Unable to create thread to detect card insertion/removal for register [dec] : rc=[hex], [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that software encountered an error when creating a thread to detect lincard insertion and removal. Linecards, fabric cards, and RP insertion and removal may not be handled correctly.

Recommended Action    Try to restart fctl process to see if problem persists 'process restart fctl'. Check if system memory is adequate. Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-UNKNOWN_CHASSIS The chassis type is not known from reading the backplane

Explanation    This message indicates that the software installed on the system does not recognize the chassis type. The Backplane Server has not provided the chassis model. Software cannot monitor the chassis and will abort.

Recommended Action    Remove all the RPs from the backplane of the chassis except the active RP. Reload the active RP. Insert the other RPs into the chassis after the active RP is booted up in IOS-XR RUN state. If problem persists, copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-UNKNOWN_MSG Unknown msg from slot [dec] with msg type [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the fabric control process received an unknown msg. The message is ignored.

Recommended Action    Copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log. Research and attempt to resolve the issue using the tools and utilities provided at http://www.cisco.com/tac. With some messages, these tools and utilities will supply clarifying information. Search for resolved software issues using the Bug Toolkit at http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl. If you still require assistance, open a case with the Technical Assistance Center via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/case_tools/caseOpen.pl, or contact your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the information you have gathered. Attach the following information to your case in nonzipped, plain-text (.txt) format: the output of the show logging and show tech-support commands and your pertinent troubleshooting logs.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-3-UNSUPPORTED_CHASSIS Chassis type [dec] not supported

Explanation    This message indicates that the software installed on the system does not recognize the chassis type. Software cannot monitor the chassis fabric. Fabric cards are shutdown.

Recommended Action    Verify the fabric card and chassis is supported by the software. Reseat the all the fabric cards. If reseating the hardware does not fix the error condition, contact your Cisco technical support representative

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-5-FABRIC_CARD_OIR_INSERTED Fabric card [chars] inserted in slot [dec]

Explanation    This message indicates that a fabric card on slot is inserted into the chassis. The fabric control software takes care of its insertion automatically. The chassis fabric and card's Fabric Interface ASIC are re-configured accordingly.

Recommended Action    No action required.

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%PLATFORM-FABRIC_CTRL-5-FABRIC_CARD_OIR_REMOVED Fabric card [chars] removed from slot [dec]

Explanation    This message indicates that a fabric card on slot is removed from the chassis. The fabric control software takes care of its removal automatically. The chassis fabric and card's Fabric Interface ASIC are re-configured accordingly.

Recommended Action    No action required.

FAULT Messages

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%PLATFORM-FAULT-2-LC_RESET Reset LC [dec]: Reason - [chars]

Explanation    PRP Platform Manager process received an mbus message from the LC fault-mgr process saying the LC will be reloaded. The platform-mgr process is only reporting this message, via mbus, for the LC fault-mgr process - as some HW devices have failed and the slow-path will be down. %d - is the LC that will be reloaded. %s - Contains the reason for the LC reload.

Recommended Action    The linecard in question will be automatically reloaded to recover. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FAULT-3-LC_DEVICE LC [dec]: Reset Device - [chars]

Explanation    PRP Platform Manager process received an mbus message from the LC fault-mgr process saying HW devices will be reset. The platform-mgr process is only reporting this message, via mbus, for the LC fault-mgr process - as HW devices are being reset and the slow-path will be down. There will be traffic loss on the LC. %d - is the LC with the faulty device. %s - is the Device and Instance of the fault being addressed.

Recommended Action    The linecard in question will have the appropriate HW device reset to recover from the HW issue. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

FDIAGS Messages

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-BAD_EE_READ failure reading EEPROM ([chars]) values during Field Diag EEPROM update: EEPROM not updated

Explanation    After completing Field Diags, the EEPROM update was requested, but there was a read failure during the process. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-BAD_EE_VALS EEPROM update requested with illegal values: 0x% [hex] [hex]: EEPROM not updated

Explanation    After completing Field Diags, the EEPROM update was requested with values that are out of bounds. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail. Internal programming error, report to Cisco's TAC

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-BAD_EE_WRITE failure writing EEPROM @ offset of [hex] during Field Diag EEPROM update: This byte not updated

Explanation    After completing Field Diags, the EEPROM update was requested, but there was a write failure during the process. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-BAD_F_DIAG_KILL Unable to kill this existing Field Diag process: rc from kill was [dec]

Explanation    Could not kill that job ID for Field Diags Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-CANNOT_GET_JID Cannot determin Job ID for Field Diags process

Explanation    Error getting JID Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-CANT_HALT_MYSELF Can not halt myself

Explanation    User is requesting a halt for a card which is the master RP and couldn't be running Field Diags anyway.

Recommended Action    Try another command.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-CANT_SEND_MBUS_MSG_F cannot send mbus messages: errno [dec]: [chars]()

Explanation    Unable to complete sending mbus error message Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-CLI_TOO_LONG Command line is too long

Explanation    User tried to run Field Diags too much stuff on the CLI

Recommended Action    Stop doing that.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-DIAG_ALREADY_RUNNING_HERE Field Diagnostics already running on this slot

Explanation    Field Diags is already running on this slot. Cannot have two processes on the same slot

Recommended Action    Wait until the diags completes. If the user desires to re-start diags, use the halt command first, then re-launch diags.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-FAB_MBUS_NOT_READY Fabric card MBUS Ram Agent not loaded prior to beginning Field Diags Fabric tests

Explanation    After launching Fabric Field Diagnostics, the fabric card appear not have MBUS Ram Agent loaded within the appropriate time. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail. Investigate why MBUS Ram agent is not successfully downloaded on the fabric card.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-FAB_UNSTABLE Fabric unstable prior to beginning Field Diags Fabric tests

Explanation    After launching Fabric Field Diagnostics, the fabric appear unstable, cards appear to be OIR'd or otherwise not ready for testing.

Recommended Action    Don't do OIR's or card power-cycles immediately prior to Field Diags Fabric tests.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-FAILED_SYSMGR_FORK Failed to fork Field Diags process: [chars]

Explanation    Call to fork process for Field Diags failed for given reason Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-FILE_READ_JID_BAD Cannot read jid data from file

Explanation    Could not read that job ID for Field Diags from the file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_BAD_HALT_OPEN Unable to open Field Diags halt request file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error opening halt request file. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_BAD_HALT_WRITE Unable to write Field Diags halt request to file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error writing HALT request file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_BAD_JID_OPEN Unable to open Field Diags state file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error opening JID file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_BAD_JID_READ Unable to read Field Diags state from file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error reading JID file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_BAD_JID_WRITE Unable to write Field Diags state to file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error writing JID file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_FAIL_CONN_SYSLDR_F could not connect to LWM [chars] in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to Connect to sysloader initially Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_FAIL_SEND_SYSLDR_F could not send LWM in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to Connect to sysloader initially Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_FAIL_SYSLDR_DISCONNECT_F could not LWM disconnect from [chars] in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to Connect to sysloader initially Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_FAIL_UUT_LAUNCH UUT launch failed ([chars]). Exiting...

Explanation    Failed to Connect to sysloader initially Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_INACTIVITY_TIMEOUT No response from UUT in ~[dec] minutes ([dec] seconds). exiting

Explanation    No communication from the UUT in a while. UUT likely became inoperable. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-IF_NON_EXISTANT_JID_OPEN Unable to open Field Diags state file [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Error opening JID file Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-ILLEGAL_FSM_STATE internal (FSM) state change ILLEGAL: was [chars], attempted [dec]

Explanation    Bad internal state change Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MAX_CONCURRENT_TESTING_EXCEEDED Concurrent Line Card testing is limited to [dec] requests.
Fabric and PRP tesing must occur alone.

Explanation    Concurrent Line Card testing is limited.

Recommended Action    None, user is restricted from exceeding these limits.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MBUS_MISC_SVCS_FAILED To many retries when sending MBUS_MISC_SVCS general response to UUT

Explanation    Retries exceeded preset value. For some reason we did not succeed in sending this response via the mbus

Recommended Action    Investigate

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MISC_GET_FABRIC_CONFIG_RTN_FAILED To many retries when sending MISC_GET_FABRIC_CONFIG_RTN to UUT

Explanation    Retries exceeded preset value. For some reason we did not succeed in sending this response via the mbus Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MISC_GET_SWITCH_CARD_TYPES_RTN_FAILED To many retries when sending MISC_GET_SWITCH_CARD_TYPES_RTN to UUT

Explanation    Retries exceeded preset value. For some reason we did not succeed in sending this response via the mbus Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_NO_CARD_ID misc svcs: [chars](): Retries failed to get card ID

Explanation    Failed to receive back card ID during a diags misc_svcs request. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_NODE_ID_CREATE_FAIL_F Could create nodeid for slot [dec]: [chars] in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to write a slot-specific register via an mbus-access Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_PRI_CLK_READ misc svcs: [chars]: could not read primary clock

Explanation    Failed to read Primary Clock from fctl Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_READ_REG_FAIL Failed in reading register [hex] from slot [dec]

Explanation    Failed to read a slot-specific register via an mbus-access Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_READ_REG_FAIL_F Failed in reading register [hex] from slot [dec] in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to read a slot-specific register via an mbus-access Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_UNDEF_MS_MSG misc svcs: [chars]: Undefined MBUS_MISC_SVCS message received: Ignored: msg [hex]

Explanation    Misc services server received an unrecognized message Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_WRITE_REG_FAIL Failed in writing [hex] to register [hex] on slot [dec]

Explanation    Failed to write a slot-specific register via an mbus-access Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_WRITE_REG_FAIL_F Failed in writing [hex] to register [hex] on slot [dec] in [chars]()

Explanation    Failed to write a slot-specific register via an mbus-access Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MS_XBAR_MAP misc svcs: [chars]: could not read xbar map

Explanation    Failed to read xbar map from fctl Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-MUTUAL_EXCL_ROE ROE & COE are mutually exclusive

Explanation    User tried to run Field Diags with ROE & COE both.

Recommended Action    Stop Doing that.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_ACTIVE_JID_FOR_THIS_SLOT HALT request ignored, since there is no Field Diag running for slot [dec]

Explanation    Can't halt something that isn't running, now can we? Field Diags eitgher was not running or was completed prior to this command being entered.

Recommended Action    Please stop doing that.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_HALT_ALONE halt request must be exclusive: no other options permitted

Explanation    User tried to run Field Diags with halt option and other flage

Recommended Action    Halt must be the only option when requesting diags be halted.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_RUN_ACTIVE_RP Can not run Field Diags on Active RP

Explanation    User tried to run field Diags on the master RP - not supported.

Recommended Action    Cease this particular launch method OR if user wants to test master RP, force a switchover (failover) and then run the test against that first board.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_RUN_MY_NODE Can not run Field Diags on Master (DSC) RP

Explanation    User tried to run field Diags on the DSC RP - not supported.

Recommended Action    Cease this particular launch method OR if user wants to test master RP, force a switchover (failover) and then go to console of new master RP and run the test against that first board.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_RUN_OTHER_RACK C12000 only supports rack 0

Explanation    User tried to run field Diags on rack other than 0 - unsupported

Recommended Action    Cease this particular launch method. C12000 is a single-chassis system.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_SPA No SPA present on user-selected subslot (instance)

Explanation    User requested testing of an empty SPA bay

Recommended Action    Select a SPA bay with a SPA present or test entire LC by setting instance to 'CPU0'

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_TIME_OF_DAY no time of day

Explanation    Time of Day unavailable internally

Recommended Action    Time of day (calendar) may not be initialized. Set using the appropriate CLI and options.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NO_WAIT_FOR_STDBY_RP WAIT option illegal for Stand-by RP so that it is available for failover, exiting...

Explanation    Wait option illegal for Stand-by RP so that is is available for failover

Recommended Action    Stop doing that

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NODE_ID_EXTRACTION_FAILED Failed to extract node id from var: line [dec]

Explanation    One of the calls to a node ID extraction function returned an error Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-NON_UUT_IN_STATE Unexpected message received during UUT_ON state: sub-msg [hex] from slot [dec]

Explanation    Field Diags was not expecting this type of message at this time. If this problem persists and diags does not complete, Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-RESTORE_DEFAULT_RAM_AGENT FAILURE re-loading default mbus ram agent

Explanation    This card requires a special version of mbus Ram Agent for comaptibility with diags for C2W requests for SPA communication Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-SPA_ID_FAIL Failure when trying to identify SPA's attached to card in slot [dec]

Explanation    A call to mbus_get_spa_type() returned an error Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-SPA_UNSUPPORTED_INSTANCE Requested instance ([dec]) (bay) not supported by this UUT (min=[dec], max=[dec])

Explanation    Spa bay requsted not supported

Recommended Action    Select a spa bay in within the appropriate range

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-SPCL_RAM_AGENTDL_FAILED Download of LC Ram Agent diag_mbus_ram.ucode failed

Explanation    Download of diag_mbus_ram.ucode failed Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-SYSLDR_RESULT_CODE_OUT_OF_BOUNDS Result code from sysloader ([dec]) exceeds list of known messages

Explanation    Coding violation: Sysldr code returns unexpected cause. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-SYSTEM_ERR_NO_CONTINUE Sysldr reporting error - Field Diags will not commence testing

Explanation    Sysldr reporting error - time to quit Field Diags Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-T_O_D_CONVERT_ERR time of day conversion error

Explanation    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT. Internal Time Of Day conversion error

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-UNRECOGNIZED_CARD Card tupe ([dec]) not NOT recognized

Explanation    This card type is not recognized in this version

Recommended Action    if available, upgrade to a more recent vesion of the diags component.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-UNSUPP_CARD Card type not supported

Explanation    This card type is not supported in this version

Recommended Action    if available, upgrade to a more recent vesion of the diags component.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-3-UNSUPP_OPT_FABRIC_CARD Option [chars] is not supported for CSC/SFC cards, exiting...

Explanation    Certain options are not supported in CSC & SFC cards. The requested action or option is not supported by fabric tests.

Recommended Action    Review CLI options which are appropriate to fabric card testing.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-4-ERROR_AFTER_RESULTS_REPORT Unexpected return value from reporting results to sysldr: [chars]

Explanation    Resulting response from sysldr after reporting final results indicates a non-happy sysldr. Reason in string from sysldr Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-4-TESTLEVEL_OPT_VALUE_MISSING The testlevel option needs a value.

Explanation    User failed to input a value with the testlevel opton.

Recommended Action    Retype the command

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-4-UNEXP_MSV_SUB_MSG Unexpected Misc Services message subtype [dec] received from slot [dec]

Explanation    An unexpected MBUS_FDIAG MISC Services message was received from UUT. Possibly a mal-formed or unfinished software enhancement. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-4-UNEXP_SUB_MSG Unexpected message subtype [dec] received from slot [dec]

Explanation    An unexpected MBUS_FDIAG message was received from UUT. Possibly a mal-formed or unfinished software enhancement. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-CLEANED_DANGLING_JID_FILE Deleted orphaned Field Diags jid file

Explanation    A file from a previous instance of Field Diags was left. We have now deleted it.

Recommended Action    No action required

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-DEBUG_OVERRIDE_NO_OVERALL_PASS_FAIL_TO_SYSLDR Debug override: do not send the overall pass/fail result to sysldr.

Explanation    Debug override for corner case testing of errors in DevTest.

Recommended Action    None as this is a debug override.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-DIAG_ONLY_SUPPORT_IN_IOX_RUNNING_STATE Field Diagnostics can only be invoked when PRP is in IOX Running state.

Explanation    The field diagnostics can only be invoked when the PRP is in IOX Running state.

Recommended Action    Not applicable, informational message only

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-HALT_REQUESTED A halt request is present: Shutting down Field Diags process (FSM)

Explanation    FSM has detected that a halt is to be initiated

Recommended Action    nothing.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-IF_LONGEST_TIME_MSG Longest time inactivity ([dec] secs)(~[dec] minutes) just after [[chars]]

Explanation    The longest time difference message preceeding this

Recommended Action    none - informational only

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-IF_NO_CONSOLE Can not open /dev/console to write, fdiag quits

Explanation    Cannot open da console for output. Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-IF_TERMINATED_F_DIAGS_OK Successfully terminated Field Diags (jid=[dec], Field Diags state file [chars])

Explanation    Success in terminating Field Diags instance on a particular slot

Recommended Action    None - Action performed successfully.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-IF_TOTAL_TEST_TIME Total Test Time: ~[dec] minutes ([dec] seconds)

Explanation    Ho long this set of tests ran for

Recommended Action    none - informational only

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-JID_SHOW Field Diags process jid is [dec]

Explanation    Just a notice of what jid this instance of Field Diags is.

Recommended Action    No action - notice only.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-LC_TYPE_DEFAULT_RAM_AGENT Now restoring default ram agent ([chars])

Explanation    This card had the diags ram agent loaded for the test, but will now restire the system one Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-LC_TYPE_REQUIRES_SPCL_RAM_AGENT Linecard type requires diags_mbus_ram.ucode - downloading

Explanation    This card requires a special version of mbus Ram Agent for comaptibility with diags for C2W requests for SPA communication Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-LOG_OVERALL_PASS_FAIL_RESULT Field Diagnostics COMPLETE on Unit-Under-Test ([chars]): [chars]

Explanation    Log the overall pass/fail result of the Field Diagnostics

Recommended Action    Not applicable, informational message only

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-SYSLDR_FINISH_HANDOFF Sysldr notified of completion: params sl:[dec] wait:[hex] diag_stats:[hex] roe_flag:[hex]

Explanation    Just finishing diag command and telling sysldr to handle finished diags state on the same slot

Recommended Action    nothing

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-5-TEST_THIS Running test for slot [dec] - LOG MESSAGES!

Explanation    For testing messages infrastructure

Recommended Action    No action - test performed successfully.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-6-OUT [chars]

Explanation    Non error-specific redirected output from diag process to syslog. This may be test names, progress messages, or failure information generated by the UUT.

Recommended Action    No action

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-6-RESULT Field Diags COMPLETE on UUT ([chars]) [chars] card type [dec] [[chars]] s/n [chars]

Explanation    Field Diagnostics final results

Recommended Action    No action

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-6-UUT_OUT UUT [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Text output from UUT (Cisco use only) Non error-specific redirected output from diag process to syslog. This may be test names, progress messages, or failure information generated by the UUT.

Recommended Action    No action

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-6-UUT_OUT_I UUT (init) [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Text output from UUT during init state (Cisco use only) Non error-specific redirected output from diag process to syslog. This may be test names, progress messages, or failure information generated by the UUT.

Recommended Action    No action

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-7-FORCE_INTO_FSM Forcing into FSM mode, even though sysldr load UUT returned error

Explanation    Internal use - ignoring sysldr error, continuing to Field Diags FSM

Recommended Action    nothing

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%PLATFORM-FDIAGS-7-NON_HELLO_MSG During Init state, unexpected mbus sub-message [hex] received from slot [dec]

Explanation    Field Diags was not expecting this type of message at this time. If this problem persists and diags does not complete, Contact Cisco's TAC. This error could be a software problem or could be related to failing hardware. Please report this to TAC along with other supportive log information to determine the best course of action for this UUT.

Recommended Action    Internal error: Contact Cisco's TAC. Collect syslogs, verbose run log and show diags detail.

FFQ Messages

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-CORRUPT_PKT Corrupted packet, start_offset [hex], length [unsigned int], slot [unsigned int]

Explanation    This message indicates that a buffer was received from the fabric with a corrupted buffer header.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-CORRUPT_PTR Assembler packet pointer corrupt: pkt [hex], dgram [hex], oq [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that the reassembly buffer pointer used by assembler is incorrect.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-FATAL ffq: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    ffq manager encountered a fatal error and is not able recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-FATAL_2 ffq: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars], errno=[dec]

Explanation    ffq encountered a fatal error and is not able to recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text. An integer errno will also be printed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-GEN_INFO ffq: general information,

Explanation    The FFQ's informational message.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-INFO ffq: service degrading error, reason = [chars]

Explanation    The ffq encountered an error that would lead to degraded service.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-MALLOC_FAILED FFQ: queue [dec] alloc [dec] bytes error for ptr [hex] of max [hex]

Explanation    FFQ encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-MEM_ERR No memory available for Assembler queues in [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that Assembler driver is not able to allocate memory for the Queues and other use. This usually indicates a memory problem.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-NOBUF No buffers available for Assembler error [unsigned int]

Explanation    This message indicates that there are too many messages coming from the GSR Line Card. There are no more buffers on the RP to handle these messages. Try shutting down debugs on Line Card or reloading it.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-NOT_YET_IMPLEMENTED ffq: this function is not yet implemented

Explanation    FFQ, a function was not implemented.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-PAK_FREE_ERR The fabric driver failed to return a buffer to the free list from: [chars]

Explanation    The fabric driver has failed to return a packet buffer received from the fabric to the free list. If this error keeps recurring it could result in the depletion of buffer for packet received on the route processor from the fabric. %s is the entity processing the packet.

Recommended Action    If this error occurs again copy the system messages exactly as they appear, call your Cisco technical support representative. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-PAK_INVALID Invalid packet type [dec]

Explanation    FFQ has received an invalid packet type from the fabric.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-RATEI No timer interval for [chars]

Explanation    An internal data structure was missing a field.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-RATEW No timer wheel for [chars]

Explanation    An internal data structure was missing a field.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-TMR Call to [chars] failed, cerrno=[hex]

Explanation    The library call failed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-3-USAGE ffq: invalid option passed to ffq server

Explanation    Startup option supplied to FFQ is not valid.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-FFQ-4-PAK_INVALID Invalid packet type received from fabric on route processor: [dec]

Explanation    FFQ has received an invalid packet type from the fabric. This error will not affect the functionality or stability of the system. %d packet type received

Recommended Action    If this error occurs continuously call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the gathered information. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

GSR_lc_exmem Messages

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%PLATFORM-GSR_lc_exmem-1-RES_ERROR System run out of [chars], no pages left

Explanation    A error occurred in GSR external memory manager resulting in a failure to provide some system service as indicated in the message text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_lc_exmem-3-ERROR exmem: error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    The LC external memory manager could not complete proper operation.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_lc_exmem-3-FATAL exmem: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    The LC external memory manager could not complete proper operation.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_lc_exmem-4-exception [chars]

Explanation    A SW exception of unexpected condition or an out of resources (memory, HW profiles, etc) situation.

Recommended Action    If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

GSR_LC_PM Messages

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-2-FAULT_LC LC Reset: Reason - [chars]

Explanation    Platform manager Error Handling recieved an error from one of the LC devices. The LC MUST be reset.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-2-FAULT_LC LC Reset: Reason - [chars]

Explanation    Platform manager client API received an error from one of the linecard software driver processes that crashed due to a software problem and the LC must be reloaded. The platform-mgr process controls linecard resets for the software driver processes. If a linecard software driver crashes due to a software problem, it can get into a very bad and may be unrecoverable. This action is taken to reload the linecard immediately. %s - Contains the process and reason for the linecard reload.

Recommended Action    The linecard will be automatically reloaded to recover. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-3-CONN_ERR Process connection failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The linecard platform-mgr process failed to connect its process to the route processor processes during process initialization. The platform-mgr process runs on the linecard and handles interface information between the route processor and the linecard hardware drivers. It also stores all local linecard information for every interface configured on the linecard. If the platform-mgr fails to connect, no linecard interfaces can be created or deleted. The platform-mgr show commands will also not be available. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The System Manager process (sysmgr) may not automatically respawn this process upon failure if processes get out of sync. Otherwise the process should be restarted. Execute 'show process gsr_pm location 0/x/cpu0' to verify that the process is up and running and has been restarted. If it is still non-operational, or has not been automatically restarted, try doing 'process restart gsr_pm location 0/x/cpu0'. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-3-FATAL GSR_LC_PM: Fatal Error, reason = [chars]

Explanation    Platform manager encountered a fatal error and is not able recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-3-FATAL_2 gsr_lc_pm: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars], errno=[dec]

Explanation    gsr_lc_pm encountered a fatal error and is not able to recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text. An integer errno will also be printed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LC_PM-3-INIT_ERR Process initialization failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The linecard platform-mgr process failed to initialize. The platform-mgr process runs on the linecard and handles interface information between the route processor and the linecard hardware drivers. It also stores all local linecard information for every interface configured on the linecard. If the platform-mgr fails to initialize, no linecard interfaces can be created or deleted. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The System Manager process (sysmgr) will automatically respawn this process, up to a fixed number of times when this error is encountered, to recover. Execute 'show process gsr_pm location 0/x/cpu0' to verify that the process is up and running. If it is still non-operational, try doing 'process restart gsr_pm location 0/x/cpu0'. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

GSR_LIB Messages

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LIB-3-CONN_ERR Event manager failure: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    An error occurred in the system data-base (SysDB) event manager GSR platform library DLL. This DLL controls thread creation, deletion and connections between all other processes and DLL's. If there is a failure in this DLL, a connection will be lost somewhere on the system and failures will occur. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The DLL will attempt to recover itself, but if it cannot, the card will probably have to be reloaded as messages will have been lost and the system may be in a bad state. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LIB-3-LR_ERR Logical router failure: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    An error occurred during a card state change. This DLL controls the node information during a card state change for logical routers. If there is a failure here, the logical router will lose its nodeid information and will get out of sync with the system. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The DLL will attempt to recover itself, but if it cannot, the card will need to be reloaded as the system will be in a bad state. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_LIB-3-PLATFORM_ERR Platform library failure: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    An error occurred in the GSR platform library DLL. The GSR platform library DLL controls all node and platform information of the system. If there is a failure here, the overall system will be out of sync and may need to be reloaded. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The DLL will attempt to recover itself, but if it cannot, the card will need to be reloaded as the system will be in a bad state. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

GSR_PRP_PM Messages

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%PLATFORM-GSR_PRP_PM-2-CRIT_DEVICE Critical severity error: Device: [chars]

Explanation    PRP Platform Manager process received a critical severity hardware error from one of the PRP hardware devices. In the case of the ASIC drivers, PRP-PM receives error reports from the drivers and takes action based on its knowledge of the required ASIC reset sequence. If error reports exceed a threshold then a PRP fail-over is initiated by PRP-PM. A traffic loss on the PRP will occur and an PRP failover may occur to recover. %s - is the Device of the fault being addressed.

Recommended Action    The HW device with fault, and appropriate surrounding hw devices, will be reset to recover from the HW issue. The PRP may also request an RP failover to recover. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_PRP_PM-3-HIGH_DEVICE High severity error: Device: [chars]

Explanation    PRP Platform Manager process received a high severity hardware error from one of the PRP hardware devices. In the case of the ASIC drivers, PRP-PM receives error reports from the drivers and takes action based on its knowledge of the required ASIC reset sequence. If error reports exceed a threshold then a PRP fail-over is initiated by PRP-PM. A slight traffic loss on the PRP will occur. %s - is the Device of the fault being addressed.

Recommended Action    The HW device with fault, and appropriate surrounding hw devices, will be reset to recover from the HW issue. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_PRP_PM-3-INIT_ERR Process initialization failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The PRP platform-mgr process failed to initialize. The PRP Platform Manager process provides fault management services for ASIC drivers and PRP fail-over initiation for Fabric Control (FCTL) If the platform-mgr fails to initialize, the system will be unable to recover due to an asic fault or PRP failover. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the decoded error reason.

Recommended Action    The System Manager process (sysmgr) will automatically respawn this process, up to a fixed number of times when this error is encountered, to recover. Execute 'show process gsr_prp_pm' to verify that the process is up and running. If it is still non-operational, try doing 'process restart gsr_prp_pm'. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-GSR_PRP_PM-3-LOW_DEVICE Low severity error: Device: [chars]

Explanation    PRP Platform Manager process received a low severity hardware error from one of the PRP hardware devices. In the case of the ASIC drivers, PRP-PM receives error reports from the drivers and takes action based on its knowledge of the required ASIC reset sequence. %s - is the Device of the fault being addressed.

Recommended Action    This process is just counting the hardware errors as the asic driver will recover itself, there will be no impact to the system.

INVMGR Messages

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-2-ERR_SYSDB_REG_NOTIFY SysDB registration for notification on [chars] failed. Error - [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that registration for notification failed for the tuple specified. %s - tuple %s - indicates the internal error message

Recommended Action    System manager will automatically respawn this process, up to a fixed number of times, when this error is encountered to recover. Execute 'show process invmgr location 0/x/cpu0' to verify that the process is up and running. If it is non-operational, do 'process restart invmgr location 0/x/cpu0' to manually restart it. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_EEPROM_READ EEPROM/NVRAM read failed. Error - [chars], [dec]

Explanation    EEPROM/NVRAM read failed for a chassis, card, or SPA. Inventory information would be incomplete. This would affect information provided to CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs. %s - indicates the internal error string %d - indicates the internal error code

Recommended Action    Check the card/chassis/SPA.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_INIT Initialization failed. [chars]. [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that process invmgr failed to initialize and exited. Inventory information would not be available. This would affect CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs. Some reasons are: 1) System manager process ready notification failed 2) Error waiting for secondary RP to go active 3) Internal API error %s - indicates the internal message. %s - indicates the internal error reason.

Recommended Action    System manager will automatically respawn this process, up to a fixed number of times, when this error is encountered to recover. Execute 'show process invmgr location 0/x/cpu0' to verify that the process is up and running. If it is non-operational, do 'process restart invmgr location 0/x/cpu0' to manually restart it. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_MEM_ALLOC [chars], slot [dec]

Explanation    This message indicates memory allocation failure. Inventory information for the specified slot would be incomplete. This would affect information provided to CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs for the specified slot. %s indicates the internal data structure that failed allocation for.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands and restart process invmgr via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If conditions warrant and minimum memory requirements not met, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_NODEID_CREATE Node ID of slot [dec]. Error - [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates a failure in creating the node ID of the specified slot. Inventory information for the specified slot would be incomplete. This would affect information provided to CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs for the specified slot. %s - indicates the internal error reason.

Recommended Action    Try restarting the invmgr process via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_OBJECT_CREATE Slot [dec]. Error - [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates a failure in creating the object for the specified slot. The entry is not added to the inventory. %s - indicates an internal message

Recommended Action    Issue may be due to lack of memory in the system. If memory shortage is the cause, reduce other system activity to ease memory demands and restart process invmgr via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If conditions warrant and minimum memory requirements not met, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_SENSOR_CREATE Slot [dec] sensor [dec] object create failed

Explanation    This message indicates a failure in creating the sensor object for the specified slot and sensor. The sensor entry is not added to the inventory.

Recommended Action    Issue may be due to lack of memory in the system. If memory shortage is the cause, reduce other system activity to ease memory demands and restart process invmgr via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If conditions warrant and minimum memory requirements not met, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-3-ERR_SYSDB_BIND SysDB bind to [chars] failed. Error - [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates bind to the specified path failed. Inventory information would be incomplete. This would affect information provided to CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs. %s - indicates the internal error reason.

Recommended Action    Try restarting the invmgr process via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-5-OIRIN OIR: Node [chars] inserted

Explanation    Entity specified in the messages is inserted into the chassis and inventory manager is updated.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-6-NODE_STATE_CHANGE Node: [chars], state: [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates the node state (eg. IOS XR RUN, MBI_RUNNING). A node being a card, SPA, etc. %s - indicates the node/location in // format %s - indicates the state

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-7-ERR_API [chars] failed for slot [dec]

Explanation    The sensor entry will not be added in inventory

Recommended Action    Check the memory on the system

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-7-ERR_NODEID Extract fields from node ID [dec] failed. Error - [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates a failure in extracting fields from the node ID. Inventory information for the specified node ID, if valid, would be incomplete. This would affect information provided to CLI 'show inventory', inventory schema, and the entity related MIBs for the specified node. %s - indicates the internal error.

Recommended Action    Try restarting the invmgr process via CLI 'process restart invmgr' to recover. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-INVMGR-7-FAIL [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates a failure in inventory manager. This is an internal debug message. %s - indicates the failure.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

IPCLC Messages

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-EVENT Event ([unsigned int]) [chars] error

Explanation    Command/event processing operational errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-EVENTSYS Event ([unsigned int]) system call [chars] error (cause: [chars])

Explanation    IPC kernel system call errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-INTRLVL LC interrupt level IPC event, [chars]

Explanation    LC interrupt level, IPC event processing errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-MSGERR [chars] ([dec])

Explanation    The line card IPC cannot register with the route processor. It cannot exchange messages route processor.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-OP [chars]

Explanation    Command/event processing operation errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-REPLY Reply (to cmd [unsigned int]) [chars] error

Explanation    Command/event processing operational errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%PLATFORM-IPCLC-3-REPLYSYS Reply (to cmd [unsigned int]) system call [chars] error (cause: [chars])

Explanation    Reply-to-RP-command operation errors.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

IPMCAST Messages

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%PLATFORM-IPMCAST-5-ERR [chars] [chars]=[hex]

Explanation    Errors in processing IP multicast packet

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console, and report it to your technical support representative.

MBI_HELLO Messages

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-2-NODE_RELOAD Reload notification received. Reloading card in [dec] secs

Explanation    Message indicating that the mbi-hello on the card has received a reload notification from sysldr for powering off the card and the card is going to reload soon. Card state is MBI_RUNNING

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-2-NODE_RELOAD_NOW Node delay time over, reloading now

Explanation    Message indicating that the node has received a reload notification from the sysldr and the node is going to reload as the delay is over. This message is logged after the delay over since the NODE_RELOAD message is logged.

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Failed to allocate [unsigned int] bytes of memory

Explanation    The debug ping to mbi-hello process could not be accomplished because of a low memory condition.

Recommended Action    This indicates a low memory condition. Memory on the box must be running low - are there services that can be stopped, or can more memory be added?

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-ERR_MSG_SEND The MBI infrastructure was unable to send a message to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-ERR_NETMGR_MOUNTPOINT_REQUEST Failed to request QNX net manager mountpoint

Explanation    Failed to request netmgr mountpoint. The debug ping to mbi-hello process could not be accomplished.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-ERR_SERVER_CONNECT The MBI infrastructure was unable to connect to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-INFO_CREATE_SUCCESS MBI-Hello: Successful creation of [chars]. Attempt number [dec]

Explanation    Successful creation of mbi-hello LWM channel for communication.

Recommended Action    NONE

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-TIMER_TIMEOUT The MBI infrastructure timer timed out from server : [chars]

Explanation    Timer timed out between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_HELLO-7-WARNING [chars]

Explanation    Error in thread creation for mbi-hello process. The error reason is described in the message log itself.

Recommended Action    NONE

MBI_LIB_ACCESS Messages

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%PLATFORM-MBI_LIB_ACCESS-7-ERR_MSG_SEND The MBI infrastructure was unable to send a message to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_LIB_ACCESS-7-ERR_SERVER_CONNECT The MBI infrastructure was unable to connect to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

MBI_LIB Messages

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%PLATFORM-MBI_LIB-3-MSG_SEND_FAIL The MBI infrastructure was unable to send a message to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-MBI_LIB-3-SERVER_CONNECT_FAIL The MBI infrastructure was unable to connect to the MBI Hello server, error: [chars].

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not yet up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

MBUS Messages

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-ATTACH_DEBUG [chars]

Explanation    mbus debugging information. %s - debug message

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-ATTACH_ERR [chars] ([hex])

Explanation    mbus debug info %s - attach error information. %X - error return code

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-ATTACH_INFO_DUMP [chars]

Explanation    mbus debug info %s - attach statistics

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-MSG_INFO_DUMP [chars]

Explanation    mbus debug information. %s - is the information being displayed for debug purposes

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-MSG_INFO_DUMP [chars]

Explanation    mbus debug information. %s - is the information being displayed for debug purposes

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-MBUS-7-MSG_INFO_DUMP [chars]

Explanation    mbus debug information. %s - is the information being displayed for debug purposes

Recommended Action    No action is required.

NETIO_LC Messages

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%PLATFORM-NETIO_LC-3-FAB [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    An unexpected error has occurred.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-NETIO_LC-3-FAB_ERR [chars]: [chars] (type [dec])

Explanation    An unexpected error has occurred.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-NETIO_LC-7-FAB_SEND [chars]: Transmitting Fabric packet (size=[dec])

Explanation    debugging msg

Recommended Action    NONE

NFEA_HW_PROG Messages

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%PLATFORM-NFEA_HW_PROG-5-MAX_LIMIT Exceeding max [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that the configuration is exceeding the maximum Sampling Rate of 4 or the maximum Flow Sampler limit of 16 in a given direction.

Recommended Action    To configure new sampling rate or new Sampler info, unconfigure the existing Sampler info / Sampling rate and configure with the new one.

PRP_HW Messages

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%PLATFORM-PRP_HW-3-INIT_ERROR Performance route processor initialization failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    Performance Route Processor (PRP) drivers failed to initialize. The effect is that PRP will not function. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - is the error reason.

Recommended Action    The System Manager process (sysmgr) will not respawn this process. Try to reload the PRP first. If it does not recover, power recycle the router. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

SYSLDR_LC Messages

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-2-NODE_RELOAD Reload notification received. Reloading in [dec] secs

Explanation    Message indicating that the kAA on the card has received a reload notification from sysldr for powering off the card and the card is going to reload soon. card state is IOX_RUNNING

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-2-NODE_RELOAD_NOW Node delay time over, reloading now

Explanation    Message indicating that the node has received a reload notification and the node is going to reload soon. This message is logged after the delay over since the NODE_RELOAD message is logged.

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-3-FATAL [chars]

Explanation    A fatal error was encountered, and the program exited. Error in thread creation for mbi-hello process.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-7-ERR_MSG_SEND msg_send failed to server : [chars]

Explanation    Call failed to send message to MBI-Hello LWM server.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-7-ERR_SERVER_CONNECT Failed to connect to server : [chars]

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-7-TIMER_TIMEOUT Timer timed out from server : [chars]

Explanation    Timer timed out between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-7-TIMER_TIMEOUT_MDR Timeout is ignored due to Warm Reload

Explanation    Ping request is not received from RP. It's not normal but expected under Warm Reload situation. Only when Warm Relad fails, please collect information.

Recommended Action    If Warm Reload fails, please collect admin show sysldr warm-reload

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_LC-7-WARNING [chars]

Explanation    KAA process failed to collect the Fabric ping diagnostic date.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

SYSLDR_RP Messages

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-1-NODE_RELOAD_NOW Node delay time over, reloading now

Explanation    Message indicating that the PRP has received a reload notification and it is going to be reloaded soon. This message is logged after the delay over since the NODE_RELOAD message is logged.

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-2-NODE_RELOAD Reload notification received. Reloading in [dec] secs

Explanation    Message indicating that the mbi-hello on the standby PRP has received a reload notification from sysldr for powering off the card and the card is going to reload soon. The card is in MBI-RUNNING state.

Recommended Action    Sysldr log needs to be looked into to investigate on the node reload cause. As, sysldr requests to reload the card for various reasons.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-7-ERR_MSG_SEND msg_send failed to server : [chars]

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-7-ERR_SERVER_CONNECT Failed to connect to MBI ping server : [chars]

Explanation    A communication problem occurred between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-7-FATAL [chars]

Explanation    A fatal error was encountered, for mbi-hello process on standby RP and the program exited.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-7-TIMER_TIMEOUT Timer timed out from MBI ping server : [chars]

Explanation    Timer timed out between the MBI client and server, perhaps because the communications infrastructure is not set up. The MBI operation in progress will not be carried out.

Recommended Action    The debug ping to mbi-hello process, should be retried using lwm_ping on the K-shell of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR_RP-7-WARNING [chars]

Explanation    Unexpected low severity problem.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

SYSLDR Messages

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-1-SELF_PING_FAILURE slot [dec]: self ping failure, failover and reloading

Explanation    Self fabric ping is failed for the active RP. The chassis will be reloaded with non redundant RP chassis or the failover will happen with the redundant RP chassis.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-2-MBI_NETWORK_DOWN slot [dec]: network connection to MBI down, reloading

Explanation    Fabric ping failure for the card, which was in MBI-RUNNING state.

Recommended Action    This indicates a problem in MBI communication. A user can try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the card, for reconnection of the fabric ping.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-2-MBI_NOLOAD slot [dec]: MBI cannot load IOX, retrying by reloading

Explanation    It is inability of MBI to boot a node's full image.

Recommended Action    This indicates a problem in communication or installation. Tech support should be contacted. Several attempts will be made to retry the image loading, and then the card will be put in the 'reset' state after too many failures.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-2-NETWORK_DOWN slot [dec]: network connection down, reloading

Explanation    Fabric ping failure for the card, which was in IOX-RUNNING state. Card network is non-responsiveness.

Recommended Action    This indicates a problem in qnet communication. A user can try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the card, for reconnection of the fabric ping.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-BANDWIDTH_SHUTDOWN Fabric bandwidth change: Shutting down card in slot [dec]

Explanation    Loss or OIR of one or more fabric cards has led to the card being shut down

Recommended Action    Inspect the SFC and CSC cards.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-ENVMON_FCTL_SHUTDOWN Shutting down card in slot [dec], ordered by Envmon/FCTL

Explanation    Card is shut down by Envmon or FCTL

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-ENVMON_SHUTDOWN Shutting down card in slot [dec], ordered by Envmon.

Explanation    Volatile shutdown was ordered by Envmon because environmental problems (with temperature, voltage, power etc) were detected.

Recommended Action    Investigate the problems reported by Envmon and correct them. After they are corrected, reload the LC using the 'hardware-module reload' command.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-ERROR slot[dec]: [chars], errno=[dec]

Explanation    For displaying sysldr debugging information with an errno.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-FIELD_DIAG_ERROR slot=[dec], [chars]: [chars]

Explanation    Field diagnostic binary image download errors.

Recommended Action    Initiate the diagnostic again using the 'admin diag' CLI and capture the sysldr log.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-FW_NOTFOUND Unable to locate mbus firmware file

Explanation    mbus firmware (aka 'ucode') file cannot be found

Recommended Action    Obtain sysldr-rp software upgrade.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-HARD_FAILURE Hardware error on slot [dec] - stopping

Explanation    Card is shutdown due to persistent hardware errors.

Recommended Action    Notify your customer support representative.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-LOW_LC_MEM slot [dec]: [dec]M present, min [dec]M, [chars]LC not loaded

Explanation    For indicating insufficient LC CPU (ie. dram) memory

Recommended Action    Upgrade the amount of CPU (dram) memory on the LC.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-MALFUNCTION_SHUTDOWN Shutting down card in slot [dec], card is malfunctioning.

Explanation    Volatile shutdown was ordered by FCTL because card is malfunctioning.

Recommended Action    Investigate the reason for malfunctioning and correct the problem. After they problem is corrected, reload the LC using the 'hardware-module reload' command.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-MANY_RESTARTS slot [dec]: too many reload attempts - stopping

Explanation    For indicating too many restarts problem.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the affected LC is supported. If so, this indicates a problem, and tech support should be contacted. A user could try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the LC.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-MBUS_PING_WARN slot [dec]: CPU not responding, please investigate the cause.

Explanation    For displaying notification of LC software non-responsiveness. The slot is not reloaded because of the 'service sysldr mbus-ping warn' configuration.

Recommended Action    This indicates a problem in communication w/ the card's CPU via MBUS. A user can try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-NETWORK_DOWN_WARN slot [dec]: network connection down, please investigate the cause

Explanation    The card network is non-responsiveness and the fabric ping is failed. The card is not reloaded because of 'service sysldr fabric-ping warn' configuration. This indicates a problem in qnet communicaton.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-NOT_RESPONDING slot [dec]: [chars] CPU not responding, reloading

Explanation    For displaying notification of card software non-responsiveness.

Recommended Action    This indicates a problem in communication w/ the card's CPU via MBUS. A user can try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the card.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-SHUTDOWN Shutting down card in slot [dec], shutdown configured.

Explanation    Shutdown was configured using the 'hw-module shut' command.

Recommended Action    Ensure the shutdown was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-TOO_LARGE slot [dec]: LC image too large, not loading

Explanation    For displaying notification of LC image being to large to download.

Recommended Action    Obtain a properly built image set.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-UNKNOWN_MOD slot=[dec] mod=[dec] [chars]

Explanation    an unexpected moudle in LC sent the reply to sysldr.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-3-UNPOWER Powering Off card in slot [dec], power-down configured.

Explanation    power off was configured using the 'hw-module power disable' command.

Recommended Action    Ensure the power off was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-DOWN_REV slot [dec]: [chars] is down-rev (V[dec].[dec]), [chars]

Explanation    For displaying down-rev notification.

Recommended Action    Ensure that upgrade instructions are followed properly

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-MBUS_FW slot [dec]: unsupported mbus fw v[dec].[dec] found, replacing ...

Explanation    Found an unsupported mbus firmware version running.

Recommended Action    No action required. To prevent, do not run IOS images prior.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-MBUS_IN_ROM slot [dec]: mbus agent in ROM, downloading RAM mbus fw v[dec].[dec] ...

Explanation    Make sure to keep mbus agent running from RAM fw image

Recommended Action    No action required. To prevent, do not run IOS images prior.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-NO_AUTO_RESET slot [dec]: card failed, auto-reset disabled, needs 'hardware-module location r/s/i reload'

Explanation    Warning a user that a card has failed while they have disabled auto-reset.

Recommended Action    If auto-reset disable was not intended, it should be unconfigured. 'hardware-module reload' will get a card out of the terminal UNMONITORED state.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-NO_RELOAD_SIM_OIR slot [dec]: LC failed, simulated OIR has been requested - LC is now admin-down

Explanation    Warning a user that a card has failed while they have turned on 'simulated-OIR'

Recommended Action    If similated OIR was not intended, it should be unset. 'hardware-module reload' will get a card out of the ADMIN-DOWN state that this triggers.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-SPA_WARNING slot[dec]: [chars]

Explanation    Unexpected low severity problem.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-UNSUPPORTED slot [dec]: LC type currently unsupported

Explanation    For displaying notification of software non-support.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the affected LC is supported. If so, this indicates a problem, and tech support should be contacted. A user could try 'hardware-module ' once to retry loading of the LC.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-WARM_RLD_FAILED Receive DOWNLOAD_SUCCESS from slot [dec], while waiting for DOWNLOAD_SUCCESS_WARM

Explanation    Card seems to have been cold reloaded after an attempt to warm reload the card.

Recommended Action    Capture the sysldr log and use the 'show sysldr trace warm-reload' CLI in admin-mode to fetch debug information. Also capture sysmgr_nv.log from LC.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-WARN_LC_MEM slot [dec]: [dec]M present, recommend [dec]M memory

Explanation    For indicating possibly insufficient LC CPU (ie. dram) memory

Recommended Action    Upgrade the amount of CPU (dram) memory on the LC.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-4-WARN2 [chars]

Explanation    Unexpected low severity problem.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-BANDWIDTH Fabric bandwidth change: [chars]

Explanation    Failure/recovery/OIR of one or more SFC's or CSC's

Recommended Action    Verify that the desired fabric bandwidth is being used.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-BANDWIDTH_RESTART Fabric bandwidth change: Restarting card in slot [dec]

Explanation    Restoration or OIR of fabric bandwidth has allowed a card to be restarted

Recommended Action    Celebrate.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-DRP_DISABLED DRP in slot [dec] is now disabled, reloading

Explanation    The RP is going to bring down from IOX running state because keep alive message ping is not received to sysldr.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the disabling of this DRP was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-JOIN Joined slot [dec] - already running IOX-LC

Explanation    LC join notification because of sysldr restarted.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the *sysldr* restart was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-LC_ENABLED LC in slot [dec] is now running IOX

Explanation    For displaying health and readiness of LC

Recommended Action    Ensure that the (implied) LC restart was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-MBUS_EEPROM slot [dec]: Unable to get mbus eeprom contents

Explanation    For displaying notification of mbus nonresponsiveness to get eeprom contents.

Recommended Action    This indicates that mbus request to get eeprom contents for show diag command has timed out. Retry the command again.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-MON_DRP Now monitoring DRP in slot [dec] - running IOX-DRP

Explanation    For displaying notification of discovered DRP.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the existence of the external DRP was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-MON_RP Now monitoring RP in slot [dec] - running IOX-RP

Explanation    For displaying notification of discovered RP.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the existence of the external RP was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-OIRIN OIR: Node [chars] inserted

Explanation    Entity specified in the messages is inserted into the chassis.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-OIROUT OIR: Node [chars] removed

Explanation    Entity specified in the messages is removed from the chassis.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-RESTART Restarted slot [dec] - now running IOX-LC

Explanation    For displaying LC restart notification.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the LC restart was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-RESTART_REQ Accepted restart request for slot [dec]

Explanation    For displaying LC restart requests.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the *sysldr* restart request was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-RP_DISABLED RP in slot [dec] is now disabled, reloading

Explanation    The RP is going to bring down from IOX running state because keep alive message ping is not received to sysldr.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the disabling of this RP was expected.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-5-RP_ENABLED RP in slot [dec] is now running IOX

Explanation    For displaying health and readiness of RP

Recommended Action    None

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-6-DEBUG slot[dec]: [chars]

Explanation    sysldr debugging information.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-6-INFO [chars]

Explanation    For displaying sysldr's informational events.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-DEBUG_INIT_EVENT_FAILED [chars]: debug_init_event([chars]) failed error [chars]

Explanation    Failed to switch ON debug event on sysldr server side.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-DEBUG_REGISTER_FAILED [chars]: debug register failed error [chars]

Explanation    Failed to register debug events on sysldr server side.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR slot[dec]: [chars]

Explanation    sysldr encountered an error condition.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Insufficient memory.

Explanation    Unable to allocate more heap memory.

Recommended Action    Make sure the application/process memory usage or leak.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_SYSDB_CONNECTION Connection to sysdb path '[chars]' failed: '[chars]'.

Explanation    Unable to maintain connection to a critical sysdb path.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_SYSDB_DELETE slot [dec]: sysdb_item_delete failed for item '[chars]' in file=[chars], line=[dec] ([chars] [hex])

Explanation    Unable to delete a sysdb item.

Recommended Action    'No action is required.'

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_SYSDB_GET slot [dec]: sysdb_item_get failed for item '[chars]' in file=[chars], line=[dec] ([chars] [hex])

Explanation    Unable to set a sysdb item.

Recommended Action    'No action is required.'

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_SYSDB_NOTIFY Notification for changes to sysdb bindpoint '[chars]', tuple '[chars]' failed: '[chars]'.

Explanation    Unable to receive notifications of changes to a critical sysdb tuple.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-ERR_SYSDB_SET slot [dec]: sysdb_item_set failed for item '[chars]' in file=[chars], line=[dec] ([chars] [hex])

Explanation    Unable to set a sysdb item.

Recommended Action    'No action is required.'

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-FATAL [chars], error=[dec]

Explanation    Error in thread/event manager creation for sysldr process.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-INTERNAL_ERROR Internal Error. File [chars], line [dec]: [chars].

Explanation    Serious internal logic or data error.

Recommended Action    'No action is required.'

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%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-WARM_RLD_OK Receive DOWNLOAD_SUCCESS_WARM from slot [dec], new processes are coming up

Explanation    Card seems warm reloaded successfully

Recommended Action    No action is required.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-SYSLDR-7-WARNING slot[dec]: [chars]

Explanation    For displaying sysldr debugging information.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

TFQ Messages

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-BAD_ALIGN TFQ: bad memory alignment on ptr [hex] of bytes [dec]

Explanation    TFQ encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

Error Message     
 
    
    
   

%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-BUFHDR_INVALID Buffer header invalid, length [unsigned int] start offset [unsigned int]

Explanation    This message indicates that a packet was attempted to be sent over the fabric but the buffer header was invalid. This usually indicates a software error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-DESCQ_FULL Chopper desc queue [dec] full - pri [unsigned int] enq [unsigned int] deq [unsigned int] blog [unsigned int] mask [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that too many messages are being sent to the chopper. There is no more room in the chopper descriptor queue to send new packets. This is a temporary condition that should get cleared or the FIA registers on both PRP and LC need investigation.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Could not complete operation due to lack of memory: Purpose for memory [chars]

Explanation    The system is running out of memory and was not able to allocate sufficient memory to carry out a management operation. %s indicates what the memory was intended for.

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-FATAL tfq: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars]

Explanation    tfq manager encountered a fatal error and is not able recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-FATAL_2 tfq: fatal error encountered, reason=[chars], Error: [dec], Function: [chars]

Explanation    tfq encountered a fatal error and is not able to recover from the error. A reason text will be supplied call support with this text. An integer errno will also be printed.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-GEN_INFO tfq: general information,

Explanation    The TFQ's informational message.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-INFO tfq: service degrading error, reason = [chars]

Explanation    The tfq encountered an error that would lead to degraded service.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-MALLOC_DESC_FAILED TFQ: slot [dec] alloc [dec] bytes error on ptr [hex] of max [hex]

Explanation    TFQ encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-MALLOC_FAILED TFQ: memory alloc [dec] bytes error on ptr [hex] of max [hex]

Explanation    TFQ encountered a fatal memory allocation error

Recommended Action    Reduce other system activity to ease memory demands. If conditions warrant, upgrade to a larger memory configuration.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-MEM_ERR No memory available for Chopper queues in [chars]

Explanation    This message indicates that Chopper driver is not able to allocate memory for the Queues and other use. This usually indicates a memory problem.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-MSGTOOBIG Packet [unsigned int] too large: size [unsigned int], status [unsigned int]

Explanation    An application attempted to send a packet larger than the hardware can handle from the route processor to another card. This usually indicates a software error. packet %u is the packet handle size %u is the packet size status %u is the buffer status flags

Recommended Action    de If this error occurs rarely it will not impact service and can be ignored. If it occurs frequently, contact your Cisco support representative and provide the data that has been gathered. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-MSGTOOBIG Particle size too large [unsigned int]

Explanation    This message indicates that a packet was attempted to be sent over the fabric but was too large to be sent. This usually indicates a software error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-NODEID_INVALID Node Id invalid, rc:[dec] node:[hex] stream:[dec] paktype:[dec]

Explanation    This message indicates that a packet was attempted to be sent over the fabric but the node id was invalid. This usually indicates a software error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-NOT_YET_IMPLEMENTED tfq: this function is not yet implemented

Explanation    TFQ, a function was not implemented.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-PAK_DUPLICATE_ERR Failed to duplicate packet sent to the chopper old:[hex] new:[hex] loc:[dec]

Explanation    This message indicates that there was failure in the case where the Chopper driver had to duplicate a packet.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-PAK_FREE_ERR The toFab driver failed to return a buffer to the free list. Details: [chars]

Explanation    The fabric driver has failed to return a packet buffer to the free list. If this error keeps recurring it could result in the depletion of buffer for packets sent from the route processor to the fabric. %s is the entity processing the packet.

Recommended Action    If this error occurs again copy the system messages exactly as they appear, call your Cisco technical support representative. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-PAK_INVALID Invalid packet sent to the fabric driver. Packet [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that an invalid packet was sent to the driver handling packets to be sent from the router processor card to other cards in the chassis. The packet will be dropped and the system should recover from the error. %x packet handle.

Recommended Action    If this error occurs rarely it should not impact service and can be ignored. If it occurs frequently, contact your Cisco support representative and provide the data that has been gathered. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-PAK_INVALID Invalid packet sent to the chopper [hex]

Explanation    This message indicates that an invalid packet was sent to the Chopper driver.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-PAK_LEGACY TFQ: packet type [dec]

Explanation    TFQ is using a legacy packet type

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-3-USAGE tfq: invalid option passed to tfq server

Explanation    Startup option supplied to TFQ is not valid.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-4-NODEID_INVALID Node identifier is invalid, rc:[dec] node Id [unsigned int] stream:[dec] flags:[unsigned int]

Explanation    A packet destined for a remote card was received by the fabric driver. The destination node in the packet header could not be decoded by the ToFab component of the fabric driver on the route processor. This is a software error and the packet will be dropped. rc:%d is the return code of the function that parsed the node. node Id %u is the node identifier received by the driver which failed to parse stream:%d is the message stream over which the packet was sent to the driver. flags %u are flags used by packet manager to identify the packet.

Recommended Action    This error does not affect the performance or functionality of the system. No intervention is required. The packets in question will be dropped. Copy the error message exactly as it appears and report it to your Cisco technical representative together with the gathered information. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-TFQ-5-UNEXPECTED_PKT Unexpected packet has been received by ToFab driver. Type: [dec]

Explanation    An unexpected packet type was sent to the ToFab driver This will not impact functionality or performance. It is being reported for informational purposes only. Type: %d is the type of the packet that the driver rejected.

Recommended Action    No intervention is required. A log of these messages together with the gathered data should be kept for future reference by your Cisco technical representative.

TIMESYNC_CLIENT Messages

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_CONNECT_ARB failed to connect to the active/standby arbitration process, ([chars])

Explanation    The c12000 arbitration process could not be contacted. This process provides the active/standby state information required to decide whether the local time should be aligned to the chassis system time. This problem may cause the system error messages reported by the specified card to be offset in time, or being displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_client' or 'process restart psarb-lc' could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_GET_ARB_STATE unable to get the active/standby arbitration state, ([chars])

Explanation    Unable to get the active/standby state from the arbitration process. This process provides the active/standby state information required to decide whether the local time should be aligned to the chassis system time. This problem may cause the system error messages reported by the specified card to be offset in time, or being displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    This could indicate an internal software error. The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_client' or 'process restart psarb-lc' could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_GET_TIME failed to get system time, ([chars])

Explanation    An attempt to read the local time has failed. This can prevent local time to be reported as a response to the 'show clock sync' command. It can also prevent alignment of the local time to the chassis system time broadcasted by the dsc. This may cause the system error messages reported by the specified card to be offset in time, or being displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_client' could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_INIT_DSC Failed to learn if we are running on the DSC ([chars])

Explanation    This process needs to know if it runs on the DSC or standby DSC. An error occured while trying to get the information from the DSC process. The process will voluntary exit, and should get automatically restarted.

Recommended Action    This could indicate an internal software error. The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The timestamp associated with the system messages originating from this card may show a time offset compared to other cards. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_client' or 'process restart dsc' could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_READ_MBUS failed to read a message from MBUS, ([chars])

Explanation    A failure was encountered when receiving a message from the MBUS driver. MBUS is the communication service over which chassis system time is broadcasted. This problem may cause the system error messages reported by the specified card to be offset in time, or being displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_SET_TIME failed to set system time, ([chars])

Explanation    An attempt to set the local time has failed. This problem will prevent alignment of the local time to the chassis system time broadcasted by the dsc. This may cause the system error messages reported by the specified card to be offset in time, or being displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_client' could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC_CLIENT-4-ERR_WRITE_MBUS failed to write a message to MBUS, ([chars])

Explanation    A failure was encountered when sending a message to the MBUS driver. MBUS is the communication service over which chassis system time is exchanged. This problem will cause the local time to be missing in the 'show clock sync' response.

Recommended Action    The problem has no system impact, and will not affect traffic. The problem could be transient and caused by an internal process restart. Retry the 'show clock sync' command and see if the problem goes away. If this message repeats every time the 'show clock sync' command is entered, report the failure to a service representative.

TIMESYNC Messages

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC-4-ERR_CONNECT_ARB failed to connect to the active/standby arbitration process, ([chars])

Explanation    The c12000 arbitration process could not be contacted. This process provides the active/standby state information required to decide whether the local time should be broadcasted over MBUS communication to other cards. This problem may cause other cards in the chassis to have an unaligned time base, and may cause system error messages reported by the other cards to appear offset in time, or to be displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_server' is safe and could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC-4-ERR_GET_ARB_STATE unable to get the active/standby arbitration state, ([chars])

Explanation    Unable to get the active/standby state from the arbitration process. This process provides the active/standby state information required to decide whether the local time should be broadcasted over MBUS communication to other cards. This problem may cause other cards in the chassis to have an unaligned time base, and may cause system error messages reported by the other cards to appear offset in time, or to be displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    This could indicate an internal software error. The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_server' is safe and could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC-4-ERR_GET_TIME failed to get system time, ([chars])

Explanation    An attempt to read the local time has failed. This can prevent local time from being broadcasted to other cards in the chassis. This problem may cause other cards in the chassis to have an unaligned time base, and may cause system error messages reported by the other cards to appear offset in time, or to be displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has only minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_server' is safe and could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC-4-ERR_WRITE_MBUS failed to write a message to MBUS, ([chars])

Explanation    A failure was encountered when sending a message to the MBUS driver. MBUS is the communication service over which chassis system time is exchanged. This problem may cause other cards in the chassis to have an unaligned time base, and may cause system error messages reported by the other cards to appear offset in time, or to be displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The problem could be transient and caused by an internal process restart. The system will retry and normally recover from such a transient error. However, if this message repeats continuously, report the failure to a service representative. Doing a 'process restart timesync_server' is safe and could clear the problem.

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%PLATFORM-TIMESYNC-5-ERR_GET_LR_INFO failed to get Logical Router information, still trying...([chars])

Explanation    Logical Router information is required to know if the local time should be broadcasted to other cards in the system. The process failed to get the Logical Router information within what is considered a normal period. This problem may cause other cards in the chassis to have an unaligned time base, and may cause system error messages reported by the other cards to appear offset in time, or to be displayed without a timestamp.

Recommended Action    The problem has minor system impact, and will not affect traffic. The problem could be transient and caused by a slower-than-expected boot phase. The system will retry forever and should normally recover from such an error. After 5 minutes, if 'show clock sync' shows that all cards are time-aligned, then the system recovered. If not, doing a 'process restart timesync_server' is safe and could clear the problem. If the problem persists, report the failure to a service representative.

UPGRADE Messages

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-3-FL_SIZE Overflow in fabric-loader upgrade.
New fabric-loader size=[dec] available size=[dec]

Explanation    When upgrading the new fabric-loader, if the size of the new fabric-loader is greater than the avilable size overflow error is reported.

Recommended Action    Check the new fabric-loader size.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-3-NEW_ROM_SIZE Overflow in ROM monitor upgrade.
New ROM monitor size=[dec] available size=[dec]

Explanation    When upgrading the new rommon, if the size of the new rommon is greater than the available size overflow error is reported.

Recommended Action    Check the new ROMMON size.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-3-NEW_ROM_SIZE Overflow in ROM monitor upgrade.
New ROM monitor size=[dec] available size=[dec]

Explanation    When upgrading the new rommon, if the size of the new rommon is greater than the available size overflow error is reported.

Recommended Action    Check the new ROMMON size.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-3-RP_WARNING [chars]

Explanation    When upgrading the new rommon, RP's rommon will be corrupted if the user reload the RP. So, The user must not reload RP when it's rommon is being upgraded. If RP's rommon is corrupted, it need to be RMEd !!!

Recommended Action    The user must not reload RP when it's rommon is being upgraded.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-4-FABRIC_UPGRADE fabric-downloader upgrade is not required : flash version:[dec].[dec] = new version:[dec].[dec]

Explanation    The fabric-downloader version in flash is greater than the new fabric-downloader version being used to upgrade.

Recommended Action    No action required. The upgrade for the fabric-loader should not be tried for this card.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-4-ROM_UPGRADE rom-monitor upgrade is not required : flash version:[dec].[dec] = new version:[dec].[dec]

Explanation    The rom-monitor version in flash is greater than the new rom-monitor version being used to upgrade.

Recommended Action    No action required. The upgrade for the ROMMON should not be tried for this card.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERASE_SECTORS Erase sectors fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because failed to erase sectors.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERASE_SECTORS Erase sectors fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to erase sectors.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_BUF_READ Failed to read file [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because of a file read system call failed.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_BUF_READ Failed to read file [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to read the file buffer. It will not affect the existing service on the card.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_CHAN_CREATE Failed to create upgrade ROM channel : [chars]

Explanation    Failed to create upgrade ROM channel using event manager.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_DEBUG_INIT Debug initialization failed

Explanation    Initialization of the debug event failed during ROMMON upgrade. This can be observed when the debug is enabled.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_DEBUG_REG Debug registration failed : [chars]

Explanation    debug registration call failed during ROMMON upgrade. This can be observed when the debug is enabled.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_EVENT_MGR [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    Generic failure of any event manager API.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_FILE_OPEN Failed to open file [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because of a system call fails to open the relevant file.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_FILE_OPEN Failed to open file [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to open the image file. It will not affect the existing service on the card.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_LWM_REPLY Failed to send reply message : [chars]

Explanation    KAA process failed to reply back to sysldr client on the upgrade results using LWM.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Failed to allocate memory

Explanation    This indicates a low memory condition. The upgrade of the specfied component would fail.

Recommended Action    Memory on the box must be running low - are there services that can be stopped, or can more memory be added?

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Failed to allocate memory

Explanation    This indicates a low memory condition. The upgrade of the specfied component would fail.

Recommended Action    Memory on the box must be running low - are there services that can be stopped, or can more memory be added?

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-FLASH_DEVICE Flash Device is not AM29LV800B - Linecard upgrade won't continue

Explanation    The current driver only supports AM29LV800B flash device.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-FLASH_DEVICE Flash Device is not AM29F040 - Routing Processor card upgrade won't continue

Explanation    The current driver only supports AM29F040 flash device.

Recommended Action    Collect information for Routing Processor type.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-GET_SLOT Failed to get slot number

Explanation    The platform library call to retrieve the slot information failed.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-MMAP Failed to map device address : [chars]

Explanation    A system call failed to map the device physical address.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-MMAP Failed to map device address : [chars]

Explanation    A system call failed to map the device physical address.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-MUNMAP Failed to unmap mapped object : [chars]

Explanation    A system call failed to un-map the device physical address.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-MUNMAP Failed to unmap mapped object : [chars]

Explanation    A system call failed to un-map the device physical address.

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-PROGRAM_FLASH Programming flash fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because failed in programming flash.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-PROGRAM_FLASH Programming flash fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to erase sectors.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-PROGRAM_FLASH_HEADER Programming flash header fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because failed in programming flash header.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-STAT Failed to access file [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because of file download statistic system call failure.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-STAT Failed to access file [chars] : [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to get file stat. It will not affect the existing service on the card.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-STATUS_SEND Failed to send status

Explanation    The KAA process failed to send the upgrade status to the client, sysldr.

Recommended Action    The sysldr log needs to be refered for the explanation. The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-VERIFY_FLASH Verify flash fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because failed to verify flash.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-VERIFY_FLASH Verify flash fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the ROMMON failed because failed to verify FLASH.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.

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%PLATFORM-UPGRADE-7-VERIFY_FLASH_HEADER Verify flash header fail for [chars]

Explanation    The upgrade of the specfied component (ROMMON/Fabric-loader) failed because failed to verify flash header.

Recommended Action    The upgrade commands needs to be retried on RP.