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Cat6000 reload and error message

MY E-mail address: ricosiu@hkem.com

I have used the versions of CatOS 6.2(2a)

After auto reboot , it will show the following messages.

Why does it show those messages? Please give me some suggestions.

sh log

Network Management Processor (ACTIVE NMP) Log:

Reset count: 28

Bootrom Checksum Failures: 0 UART Failures: 0

Flash Checksum Failures: 0 Flash Program Failures: 0

Power Supply 1 Failures: 2 Power Supply 2 Failures: 1

Swapped to CLKA: 0 Swapped to CLKB: 0

Swapped to Processor 1: 0 Swapped to Processor 2: 0

DRAM Failures: 0

Exceptions: 2

Loaded NMP version: 6.2(2a)

Reload same NMP version count: 3

Last software reset by user: 3/21/2002,23:44:24

Last Exception occurred on Mar 04 2003 14:25:12 ...

Software version = 6.2(2a)

Error Msg:

PID = 31 ProtocolT

EPC: 803693B8

Stack content:

sp+00: 802E8CA8 802E8C88 8243E0F0 00000000

sp+10: 000000FD 802D5DB8 00000000 83FD0588

sp+20: 00000080 000F0000 00000000 00000000

sp+30: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+40: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+50: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+60: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+70: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+80: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+90: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

sp+A0: 00000000 00000000 8243E0FC 000000FD

sp+B0: 00000001 00000200 8243E0F0 0000003E

sp+C0: 802D6330 8200F3CC 00000012 81769080

sp+D0: 00000080 804FCC50 00000001 00000000

sp+E0: 82449E10 00000009 01005E7F FFFA0890

sp+F0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Register content:

Status: 3401FC23 Cause: 00000008

AT: 80C90000

V0: 00000080 V1: FFFFFF2E

A0: 00000000 A1: 83FD0588

A2: 00000080 A3: 00000001

T0: BE8A0004 T1: 00000D4A

T2: 00000001 T3: 34010021

T4: 000090D6 T5: 0000037A

T6: 00000000 T7: 000002FE

S0: 8243E0F0 S1: 00000000

S2: 00000200 S3: 0000003E

S4: 00000001 S5: 000000FD

S6: 83FD0650 S7: 83FD0648

T8: 82B5D766 T9: 82B5D74C

K0: 3041C001 K1: 80C3D8D8

GP: 81582230 SP: 83FD0560

S8: 83FD0560 RA: 8056B034

HIGH: 00000EFF LOW: 972488C6

BADVADDR: 00000000 ERR EPC: 80024F20

EOBC Exceptions/Hang: 0

Heap Memory Log:

Corrupted Block = none

NVRAM log:

01. 11/12/2001,10:34:05: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 1 unconver

7(6)

02. 11/12/2001,10:34:05: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 2 unconver

7(6)

03. 11/12/2001,10:34:05: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 44 unconve

2(1)

04. 11/12/2001,10:34:15: supVersion:Nmp version 6.2(3)

05. 11/13/2001,10:29:43: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Block 0 converted from

n 6 to 8

06. 11/13/2001,10:29:53: supVersion:Nmp version 6.3(3)

07. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 0 unconver

8(6)

08. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 1 unconver

7(6)

09. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 2 unconver

7(6)

10. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 3 unconver

7(6)

11. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 4 unconver

7(6)

12. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 5 unconver

7(6)

13. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 6 unconver

7(6)

14. 11/13/2001,10:45:20: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 44 unconve

2(1)

15. 11/13/2001,10:45:30: supVersion:Nmp version 6.2(3)

16. 11/15/2001,19:11:53: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Block 0 converted from

n 6 to 8

17. 11/15/2001,19:12:02: supVersion:Nmp version 6.3(3)

18. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 0 unconver

8(6)

19. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 1 unconver

7(6)

20. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 2 unconver

7(6)

21. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 3 unconver

7(6)

22. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 4 unconver

7(6)

23. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 5 unconver

7(6)

24. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 6 unconver

7(6)

25. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: check_block_and_log:Block 31 has been deallocate

E04E824)

26. 11/15/2001,19:51:26: convert_post_SAC_CiscoMIB:Nvram block 44 unconve

2(1)

27. 11/15/2001,19:51:36: supVersion:Nmp version 6.2(3)

28. 2/5/2002,17:47:43: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=2, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

29. 2/5/2002,17:47:43: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=8, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

30. 2/5/2002,17:47:43: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=5, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

1f,source Index=0X9eee, errorType=0X2

31. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=3, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

32. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=4, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

33. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=9, pinnacleMask=0X1, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

34. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=8, pinnacleMask=0X2, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

35. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=9, pinnacleMask=0X2, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

36. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=9, pinnacleMask=0X4, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

37. 2/5/2002,17:47:44: RxSBIF_SEQ_NUM_ERROR:slot=9, pinnacleMask=0X8, err

f,source Index=0X0, errorType=0X2

38. 3/21/2002,23:45:27: supVersion:Nmp version 6.2(2a)

Module 2 Log:

Reset Count: 27

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:29:00

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:16

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:44

Sat Dec 29 2001, 05:00:50

Module 3 Log:

Reset Count: 27

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:29:00

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:16

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:15

Sat Dec 29 2001, 05:00:50

Module 4 Log:

Reset Count: 27

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:29:00

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:16

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:16

Sat Dec 29 2001, 05:00:50

Module 5 Log:

Reset Count: 27

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:29:01

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:16

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:15

Sat Dec 29 2001, 05:00:50

Module 8 Log:

Reset Count: 6

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:28:51

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:05

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:03

Thu Jan 17 2002, 16:24:12

Module 9 Log:

Reset Count: 8

Reset History: Tue Mar 4 2003, 14:28:57

Thu Aug 29 2002, 14:59:13

Thu Mar 21 2002, 23:47:12

Sat Dec 29 2001, 05:00:47

This is my ver

sh ver

WS-C6009 Software, Version NmpSW: 6.2(2a)

Copyright (c) 1995-2002 by Cisco Systems

NMP S/W compiled on Feb 7 2002, 13:09:45

System Bootstrap Version: 5.3(1)

System Web Interface Version: Engine: 5.3 ADP device: Cat6000 ADP Version: 1.5 A

DK: 40

Hardware Version: 2.0 Model: WS-C6009 Serial #: SCA053500Q7

PS1 Module: WS-CAC-1300W Serial #: ACP05060506

PS2 Module: WS-CAC-1300W Serial #: ACP05051739

Mod Port Model Serial # Versions

--- ---- ------------------- ----------- --------------------------------------

1 2 WS-X6K-SUP1A-2GE SAD053402G8 Hw : 7.0

Fw : 5.3(1)

Fw1: 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

Sw1: 6.2(2a)

WS-F6K-PFC SAD053308AZ Hw : 1.1

2 48 WS-X6348-RJ-45 SAL0534ARYD Hw : 5.0

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

3 48 WS-X6348-RJ-45 SAL0534ARZX Hw : 5.0

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

4 48 WS-X6348-RJ-45 SAL05319ST4 Hw : 5.0

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

5 48 WS-X6348-RJ-45 SAL05319X64 Hw : 5.0

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

8 8 WS-X6408A-GBIC SAL0532A08U Hw : 2.0

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

9 16 WS-X6316-GE-TX SAD053809DY Hw : 1.2

Fw : 5.4(2)

Sw : 6.2(2a)

DRAM FLASH NVRAM

Module Total Used Free Total Used Free Total Used Free

------ ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ----- ----- -----

1 65408K 51757K 13651K 16384K 14613K 1771K 512K 378K 134K

Uptime is 0 day, 9 hours, 29 minutes

1 REPLY
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Re: Cat6000 reload and error message

Just check whether you downgraded your switch image from a higher version for which some of the configuration was relevant. These documents could also help you.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/34.shtml

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/119.html

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