The SVIP error interrupt handler is called because of a Packet Memory Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) (PMA) error. This usually occurs when an ASIC on the Versatile Interface Processor (VIP) detects a parity error, as shown in this example:
A primary cache or Processor Memory Parity Errors (PMPE) can be a transient error. If this is the first instance of a PMPE, you can usually ignore it. However, if the same VIP experiences a second or subsequent PMPEs, you should replace the VIP. Replacing the DRAM itself can also resolve the issue.