Worrying messages in nvram

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Jul 22nd, 2008

Hi,

Hopefully someone can shed some light on this, as some worrying messages have started appear in the nvram on some of my switches (in separate fabrics)

Anyone know what they mean? and/or can they safely be ignored?

Message lines are as follows, and I get these in batches of hundreds then nothing for a bit, then a few hundred more every couple of days:

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=145 rq=478 lq=0 pq=0 nq=1 sq=0 buf_in_transit=41, bytes_in_transit=203332

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=110 rq=40 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=376, bytes_in_transit=48904

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=21 rq=379 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=0, bytes_in_transit=0

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=25 rq=0 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=3, bytes_in_transit=1436

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=19 rq=0 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=510, bytes_in_transit=11280870

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=22 rq=4722 lq=0 pq=0 nq=24 sq=0 buf_in_transit=9, bytes_in_transit=15320

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: mts_do_msg_input() failing since no space available in 22 (src_sap = 22, opc = 1323)

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=145 rq=478 lq=0 pq=0 nq=1 sq=0 buf_in_transit=40, bytes_in_transit=203100

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=110 rq=40 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=376, bytes_in_transit=48904

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=21 rq=379 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=0, bytes_in_transit=0

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=25 rq=0 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=3, bytes_in_transit=1436

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=19 rq=0 lq=0 pq=0 nq=0 sq=0 buf_in_transit=510, bytes_in_transit=11280870

2008 Jul 22 09:18:20 mds209017901-f1 %KERN-2-SYSTEM_MSG: node=1 sap=22 rq=4532 lq=0 pq=0 nq=24 sq=0 buf_in_transit=9, bytes_in_transit=17156

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marsnow Sun, 07/27/2008 - 22:02

You should check output of

"show system health statistics"

Check for any fails in the colums to see if its problem with LC or sup.

Also

"show system health internal errors"

If there are CF or inband fails its an LC or sup swap.

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