Glad to hear that the issue was resolved, about the cause I think that you mentioned that there was a switchover, if that switchover was done by reloading the active box sometimes it might be possible that the modules will report minor/major errors upon boot up. There can be different causes like soft/hard parity errors or when the supervisor checks the interrupts on each module in the system by periodically polling for the error counters maintained in the line card.
Repeated errors, often referred to hard errors are caused by failed components, normally when this happens the show log will provide an error message showing the exact cause of the error and most of the time a simply re-seat will solve the issue. This should not affect all modules at the same time it can be possible that some will show errors and some not.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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