Cisco IOS XR System Error Reference Guide for XR12000 Series Platform Specific Messages, Release 3.4
High Availability (HA) Messages
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High Availability (HA) Messages

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High Availability (HA) Messages

PSARB Messages

PSARBLC Messages


High Availability (HA) Messages


This section contains all High Availability related System Error Messages. The following facility codes are represented in this module:

PSARB Messages

PSARBLC Messages

PSARB Messages

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%HA-PSARB-1-WRONG_SLOT Rebooting RP in slot [dec] because it conflicts with an already operational RP in slot [dec].

Explanation    Card pairing requires primary/standby cards in specific slots and active RP's need to be in seperate LR's. Adjacency is defined by RP pairing rules (e.g. 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7). If it's intended to use the conflicting RP as a standby partner, please move the RP adjacent to the active. Or, if the RP is meant to be used in another logical router, please ensure it is assigned to the other LR. %d - indicates the wrong slot number the RP is inserted %d - indicates the slot number of the operational RP

Recommended Action    Move standby RP card to correct slot in chassis, or assign to distinct LR.

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%HA-PSARB-2-MSG_HEARTBEAT_LOST Slot [dec] heartbeat lost. Resetting card.

Explanation    The active RP has lost the heartbeat of the indicated slot. This error happens after a certain number of messages are lost between the active and the indicated card. %d - indicates the slot number of the card experiencing the problem.

Recommended Action    The system will automatically reset the card. If this error repeatedly occurs, try to shut down the card by configuring 'hw-module location shutdown' in admin mode. 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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%HA-PSARB-3-INIT_ERR Process initialization failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The psarb process failed to initialize. This process is responsible for providing a high level of availability on the GSR router by having a pair of active and standby RPs in the system. When an active RP fails, another RP can take over the functionality of the failed RP. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - 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. 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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%HA-PSARB-3-TWO_PRIMARY_DETECTED Two primary RPs detected (message from slot [dec])

Explanation    There appear to be two PRIMARY RP's in the system. This is due to messaging error when the other RP didn't receive the BID message. %d indicates the primary slot number displaying the message

Recommended Action    The two primary RPs will be automatically reset.

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%HA-PSARB-4-PARTNER_NOT_IN_LR This node's partner (slot [dec]) is in a different LR. The standby node will be reset.

Explanation    Adjacent RPs must be in the same LR unless if they are both to be booted with an RP image. It is, however, permissable to boot a DRP in one of these slots. Adjacency is defined by RP pairing rules (e.g. 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7). %d - indicates the slot number of the partner RP

Recommended Action    Do not boot RP images in adjacent slots when they are in different LRs. Adjacency is defined by RP pairing rules (e.g. 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7).

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%HA-PSARB-5-IOS_RP_DETECTED Detected an RP in slot [dec] is running IOS. Configured it as IOS non-participant.

Explanation    PSARB sends an mbus message to all RP running IOS on the chassis, to configure the RP as an IOS non-participant router, therefore, does not interfere with IOX running on this RP. %d - indicates the slot number of the RP that is running IOS on the chassis

Recommended Action    Power up the RP that is running IOS with an IOX image. If not, shut down the RP using 'hw-module location shutdown' in admin mode.

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%HA-PSARB-6-GO_ACTIVE Card is going active.

Explanation    When an RP initially boots up, it can take the active role if no other active RP is present. Also a failure on active or a force switch over could cause the standby RP to change state to active. This message is displayed when the PRP card is going active.

Recommended Action    This is an informational message only.

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%HA-PSARB-6-GO_STANDBY Card is going standby.

Explanation    When an RP initially boots up, it can take the standby role if an active RP is present. Also a failure on active or a force switch over causes the active RP to change state to standby. This message is displayed when the RP card is going standby.

Recommended Action    This is an informational message only.

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%HA-PSARB-6-ROLE_LOCKED (slot [dec]) failover prevented - card role is locked

Explanation    The role of this card has been locked - failover was prevented. %d - indicates the slot number of the PRP which it's role is locked

Recommended Action    No action is required.

PSARBLC Messages

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%HA-PSARBLC-3-INIT_ERR Process initialization failed: ([chars]%s)

Explanation    The psarb-lc process failed to initialize. This process is responsible for monitoring the arbitration messages between the primary and standby RPs and determining which slot contains the primary RP. %s - indicates the reason for the failure. %s - 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. 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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%HA-PSARBLC-3-SELF_RESET_DLRSC_DOWN Resetting myself ([dec]), as DLRSC ([dec]) is not present anymore in my LR.

Explanation    PSARB knows when a DLRSC (primary RP) in its LR is down and there is no backup DLRSC (secondary RP). PSARB then needs to reset itself as the LR is headless. Bringup the DLRSC that has gone down in this LR. 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.