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ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch

Hi all,

I am investigating POE issues on a 3850 stack, and i notice some things while troubleshooting

Switch Ports Model              SW Version        SW Image              Mode   
------ ----- -----              ----------        ----------            ----   
     1 56    WS-C3850-48P       03.03.03SE        cat3k_caa-universalk9 INSTALL
*    2 56    WS-C3850-48P       03.03.03SE        cat3k_caa-universalk9 INSTALL

I have some debugging active.

ILPOWER:
  ILPOWER event debugging is on
  ILPOWER controller debugging is on

I see in the logs the following message

021030: Nov 14 2014 11:05:01.185 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 2
021034: Nov 14 2014 11:05:06.841 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 1
021041: Nov 14 2014 11:05:11.188 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 2
021048: Nov 14 2014 11:05:16.872 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 1
021049: Nov 14 2014 11:05:21.198 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 2
021065: Nov 14 2014 11:05:27.002 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 1
021079: Nov 14 2014 11:05:31.209 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 2
021080: Nov 14 2014 11:05:36.873 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 1
021093: Nov 14 2014 11:05:41.219 CET: ILP:: Inline power process coredump for switch 2

It seems its a proces as each of the stackmember logs this message every 10seconds.
I have  search-engined this message, but to no avail,
i dont think this is a software crash as i dont have any crashfiles on the system.
What process generates these messages and why, how to troubleshoot this.

thank you in advance.
With kind regards,
Thijn van der Schoot.

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