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Some error messages on Cat2924.

Hi all !

I have one question for you.

One day, I find out the below messages on my switch.

But I don't know what it mean is.

Anyone know the message ?

Im waiting your answer.

Thanks .

Regards,

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Log Buffer (4096 bytes):

et0/11, changed state to up

Mar 6 11:35:56: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

Mar 6 11:35:56: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

Mar 6 11:35:56: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 6092 msec (12877/33), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

Mar 6 11:36:54: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

Mar 6 11:36:54: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

Mar 6 11:36:54: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 6548 msec (12799/61), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:37:56: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by vty0 (172.17.10.2)

.Mar 6 11:39:42: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:39:42: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:39:42: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5492 msec (13138/103), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:41:17: %CLEAR-5-COUNTERS: Clear counter on all interfaces by vty0 (172.17.10.2)

.Mar 6 11:42:33: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:42:33: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:42:33: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5508 msec (13121/81), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:45:41: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:45:41: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:45:41: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5760 msec (12952/15), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:48:18: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:48:18: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:48:18: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5708 msec (13109/122), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:51:19: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:51:19: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:51:19: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5792 msec (13137/152), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:52:17: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:52:17: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:52:17: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5560 msec (13059/44), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:55:20: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error, forced exit of an infinite loop on MAC Address 0100.5e00.00fb

.Mar 6 11:55:20: %SNMP-3-CPUHOG: Processing GetNext of dot1dTpFdbEntry.2.0.224.77.70.149.228

.Mar 6 11:55:20: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task ran for 5692 msec (13060/99), process = IP SNMP, PC = 801D1C9C.

-Traceback= 801D1CA4 80076610

.Mar 6 11:56:33: cfg_bridgePlatformNextTpFdbEntry: Error,

Do5_Cat2924C#

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Re: Some error messages on Cat2924.

Hi,

Explanations of messages:

%SNMP-3-CPUHOG : Processing [chars] of [chars]

SNMP has taken too much time to process a request.

Recommended Action If conditions warrant, use the debug snmp packet command to determine the contents of the SNMP request that is causing the message. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, contact your Cisco technical support representative, and provide the representative with the gathered information."

Reference: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_4/system/messages/Vol2/sm_28h.html#wp392703

%SYS-3-CPUHOG : Task ran for [dec] msec ([dec]/[dec]), process = [chars], PC = [hex].

The indicated process has run for too long a period of time without relinquishing the processor. The process is a "CPU hog."

Recommended Action If this message appears during startup or during OIR of a card, no action is required. If this message appears when accessing a Flash memory device, consider replacing the affected Flash memory device. If this message occurs during normal router operation, it is most probably caused by a software failure. To take advantage of recent fixes, upgrade your system to the latest Cisco IOS software release in your release train"

Reference:http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_4/system/messages/Vol2/sm_29h.html#wp149638

I hope this helps.

Best regards.

Massimiliano.

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Re: Some error messages on Cat2924.

Hi,

Explanations of messages:

%SNMP-3-CPUHOG : Processing [chars] of [chars]

SNMP has taken too much time to process a request.

Recommended Action If conditions warrant, use the debug snmp packet command to determine the contents of the SNMP request that is causing the message. Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, contact your Cisco technical support representative, and provide the representative with the gathered information."

Reference: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_4/system/messages/Vol2/sm_28h.html#wp392703

%SYS-3-CPUHOG : Task ran for [dec] msec ([dec]/[dec]), process = [chars], PC = [hex].

The indicated process has run for too long a period of time without relinquishing the processor. The process is a "CPU hog."

Recommended Action If this message appears during startup or during OIR of a card, no action is required. If this message appears when accessing a Flash memory device, consider replacing the affected Flash memory device. If this message occurs during normal router operation, it is most probably caused by a software failure. To take advantage of recent fixes, upgrade your system to the latest Cisco IOS software release in your release train"

Reference:http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_4/system/messages/Vol2/sm_29h.html#wp149638

I hope this helps.

Best regards.

Massimiliano.

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