Both overrun input and pause output indicate you're oversubscribed at ingress for a particular port. Many of our LAN linecards for 4500 and 6500 have a blocking architecture, meaning 8 gigabit ports may share a single gigabit interface internally. When the traffic coming into the group of 8 ports exceeds the internal gig speed, we will become "overrun" and send pause frames out to get the connected hosts to slow down.
The frame error indicates a corrupted packet came in. These numbers are very low so I wouldn't worry about them.
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