Spurious access is an attempt by Cisco IOS Software to access memory in a restricted location, A spurious access occurs when a process attempts to read from the lowest 16KB region of memory. This portion of memory is reserved and should never be accessed. A read operation to this region of memory is usually caused when a nonexisting value is returned to a function in the software, or in other words, when a null pointer is passed to a function, Spurious access errors are always a Cisco IOS Software bug. To get rid of it, upgrade to the latest version in your release.
To read more about it: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/63/spuraccess.html
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