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errors in log - what is the meaning?

  This is what I am seeing in my logs. Any help will be appreciated.

                

1426662: Oct 24 20:58:29.267 UTC: %IPC-DFC1-5-WATERMARK: 55257 messages pending in rcv for the port Card1/0:Request(2010000.6) seat 2010000

1426663: Oct 24 20:58:32.303 UTC: %IPC-DFC2-5-WATERMARK: 55255 messages pending in rcv for the port Card2/0:Request(2020000.6) seat 2020000

1426664: Oct 24 20:58:39.279 UTC: %IPC-DFC4-5-WATERMARK: 36665 messages pending in rcv for the port Card4/0:Request(2040000.6) seat 2040000

1426665: 368583: Oct 24 20:58:49.291 UTC: %IPC-STBY-5-WATERMARK: 55255 messages pending in rcv for the port Card6/0:Request(2060000.C) seat 2060000

1426666: Oct 24 20:58:59.291 UTC: %IPC-DFC1-5-WATERMARK: 55257 messages pending in rcv for the port Card1/0:Request(2010000.6) seat 2010000

1426667: Oct 24 20:59:03.903 UTC: %IPC-DFC2-5-WATERMARK: 55256 messages pending in rcv for the port Card2/0:Request(2020000.6) seat 20200001426662: Oct 24 20:58:29.267 UTC: %IPC-DFC1-5-WATERMARK: 55257 messages pending in rcv for the port Card1/0:Request(2010000.6) seat 2010000
1426663: Oct 24 20:58:32.303 UTC: %IPC-DFC2-5-WATERMARK: 55255 messages pending in rcv for the port Card2/0:Request(2020000.6) seat 2020000
1426664: Oct 24 20:58:39.279 UTC: %IPC-DFC4-5-WATERMARK: 36665 messages pending in rcv for the port Card4/0:Request(2040000.6) seat 2040000
1426665: 368583: Oct 24 20:58:49.291 UTC: %IPC-STBY-5-WATERMARK: 55255 messages pending in rcv for the port Card6/0:Request(2060000.C) seat 2060000
1426666: Oct 24 20:58:59.291 UTC: %IPC-DFC1-5-WATERMARK: 55257 messages pending in rcv for the port Card1/0:Request(2010000.6) seat 2010000
1426667: Oct 24 20:59:03.903 UTC: %IPC-DFC2-5-WATERMARK: 55256 messages pending in rcv for the port Card2/0:Request(2020000.6) seat 2020000

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errors in log - what is the meaning?

Gary

Here is an explanation that I found for this error message

   *Explanation   *This message indicates that a particular IPC port is   overused. An application is not draining packets quickly, which suggests   that the CPU is very busy. [dec] is the number of messages pending in the   IPC to be processed by the application. [chars] is the IPC port name. The   first [hex] is the IPC port number, the second [hex] is the IPC seat number,   and the third [hex] is the IPC index.

I also found a post indicating that this error may reflect a memory leak - especially if you are seeing any malloc error messages. See this link for further details
http://puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-nsp/2008-March/048331.html

HTH

Rick
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