crashinfo is a file that stores information about a previous crash of the software subsystem in the catalyst (any cisco device in general). This file is stored in flash memory in a catalyst. This file will have information like stack traces, which basically holds the information (will have to decoded to reveal this info), why the switch software crashed. This information is generally useful to a Cisco TAC engineer. You are probably running out of space on your flash chip. Check to see if you have any unwanted files (or multiple files stored in flash). If there are files that are deleted and not yet squeezed, squeeze them and try making up more space.
A show stacks decode using Output Interpreter doesnt reveal any sign of a crash. Give a show flash or show bootflash and see if you have any unwanted files (that were deleted but not squeezed). If yes remove them, to make up more space in flash.
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