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IPC-SP-5-WATERMARK

Hi All,

I have been getting the below messange in my Cisco Switch.

Feb 17 06:36:28: %IPC-SP-5-WATERMARK: 5110 messages pending in rcv for the port

Card1/1:Request(10000.5) seat 2210000

Feb 17 06:36:32: SP: L3-PS-DRVR : No Req Blks 16572400Polaris regs (Now) : Int_

stat 0, se_stat 5600, se_enable 0, se_cntrl D040003F

Last Isr Entered : Int_stat 0, se_stat 8F00, se_enable 0, se_cntrl D040003F,

int_status 0

NF Q-fulls 0, PS Spurious-intr 0, PS No Req Blks 16572400 ,

PS redos due to Earl Rec 1726318537

SW Purges 423621, l3_ps_recover_lock 2

Do i need to go for a IOS Upgrade.

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Re: IPC-SP-5-WATERMARK

Hello Daniel,

I suppose this is a C6500.

from error message guide 12.2SX

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_2sx/system/messages/sm2sx05.html#wp1029998

Error Message %IPC-5-WATERMARK:[dec] messages pending in [hex] for the port [chars]

[hex].[hex]

Explanation A particular IPC port is overused. An application is not draining packets quickly, which suggests that the CPU might be 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.

Recommended Action Reduce the traffic on this port to a minimal level. If the error message recurs, upgrade the system software to a release containing a fix for Cisco bug ID CSCdw74873 (watermark messages appear continuously with no traffic).

So yes you may need an IOS upgrade

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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