I have 2 7513 routers installed in my network and one of them was hang today with the following error message. I have decode the error and seems like the snasw error does not mean anything as per stack decoder on cisco sites. But router just dont hang or gave error bus error for no reasons. We are running 12.2.2T.
Any help would be appreciated.
Minimum process stacks:
11480/12000 Router Init
11268/12000 SNA Switch Start
10164/12000 Slave Server
5292/6000 RADIUS INITCONFIG
5720/6000 MDFS Reload
2456/3000 RSP memory size check
9352/12000 Virtual Exec
Interrupt level stacks:
Level Called Unused/Size Name
1 12896895 6980/9000 Network Interrupt
2 407015 8168/9000 Network Status Interrupt
3 0 8692/9000 OIR interrupt
4 9 6964/9000 PCMCIA Interrupt
5 163939 8544/9000 Console Uart
6 4 6952/9000 Error Interrupt
7 20013285 8604/9000 NMI Interrupt Handler
System was restarted by bus error at PC 0xC07C42F4, address 0x0 at 03:57:39 UTC
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