I have a cisco 7505 and it keeps restarting. I run a show version and I look at how long the router has been up and below that line is this line "System returned to ROM by processor memory parity error at PC 0x602A3B5C, address 0x0"
Is this the reason for the router restarting if so what does this line mean? Thanks.
Yes, this is the reason for the router restarting. If it is restarting due to memory parity error every time, then you're running into a hardware failure. A one time restart due to parity error can be written off as a fluke, but you should never see such an event more than once. If that is the case, I'd recommend opening a TAC SR if you have a smartnet contract to get a replacement.
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