The issue is due to the mis-seating of the line cards or hardware failure. The error message occurs when line cards are not seated well. If the error message is seen on all of the line cards, the issue is with the module, which is not seated well.
This problem can be solved after re-seating the line card or the module. This problem usually resolves itself after a hard reset of the module.
If the error message persists even after re-seating or re-setting the module, the problem is likely a hardware failure.
Before replacing the hardware, set the diagnostic level to complete by issuing these commands:
# set test diaglevel complete
# set module power down
# set module power up
Reset the module(s).If the problem continues to happen on the same module, contact TAC.
The error messages that you saw indicate the following:
These messages are reporting some parity errors in the module's packet buffer memory. I would suggest that you remove and re-seat the module (module 3) within the chassis, and monitor these messages to see how frequently they occur, if at all.
Here is some more specific information on Rohini error messages:
Rohini [n] - references a specific asic on the line card packet buffer - references packet
P2N - references packet buffer to network
P2A - references packet buffer for traffic toward internal connection
ECC1 - is not severe, this could be cause by electrical particle radiation, this does not
necessary mean there is problem with the memory of the card.
Try reseating the card and see if that resolves the issue.
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