sorry, i didn't have time to read your whole post, but the moment i saw traceback i thought to myself, "he needs to call TAC". I had some traceback errors not too long ago on a switch participating in a 3750-48g switch stack and called Cisco and they said traceback errors usually need to get decoded by them. I think they'll ask you for a copy of your logs and a "sh tech". With my problem, they ended up replacing the switch with a brand new one. Hope this helps.
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