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Pix Reboot

My PIX rebooted on it own. It is a 515E running 7.2(2). I would like to find out why. Can you help.

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Re: Pix Reboot

You PIX must have crashed. Can you give the output of "show crash" ?

Regards,

Vibhor.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

Here ya go.

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Reboot

hi,

i have decoded the crash and it looks like CSCsg92829 ,a memory leak issue is 7.2.2

you can upgrade to ineterim release 7.2.2.4 or later.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

Do you mean this is a documented bug in 7.2(2)?

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Reboot

yes,it's a documented bug but not much information is available externally.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

What do you mean externally? Public?

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Reboot

yes,that's right.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

Can you send me the internal info?

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Reboot

unfortunately that's not possible sir.you might open a case with cisco tac to get more details about this.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

Thanks,

That will do for now.

Community Member

Re: Pix Reboot

How can I get the interim release? I can't find it with my CCO.

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Reboot

hi,if the image is not available on cisco's website,tac is the place where u can get the image.

please open up a case with tac so that we could publish the image for you.

Sushil,

Cisco TAC.

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