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LCPERR error message after CatOS image Upgrade

After upgrading one of our 6509's from v6.3(10) to v7.5(1), I've noticed the following error message:

%SYS-3-SYS_LCPERR3:Module 6: Port 10 Error: stuck 1 times(1 due to Late Collisions; 0 due to No Transmissions):

I haven't seen this on another 6509 that underwent the same upgrade. I am wondering if this is something that has always been there and may just now be logging with the new image since it appears to relate to a possible duplex issue. The port is working fine otherwise. No info found on Cisco's site due, I'm sure, to the newness of this image.

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Re: LCPERR error message after CatOS image Upgrade

From Error decoder

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Errordecoder/home.pl

%SYS-3-SYS_LCPERR3:Module [dec]: Coil [dec] Port [dec] stuck [dec] times([dec] due to lcol; [dec] due to notx)

This message indicates that the module has detected a problem with the port ASIC. The module has detected that a port is locked up. Module [dec] is the module reporting the error. Coil [dec] is the ASIC number reporting the error. Port [dec] is the ASIC port with the error. stuck [dec] is the error duration. The last two [dec] are the late collision and no data transmission counts. [dec] values start at 0.

Recommended Action: Check the port status for duplex mismatch, out-of-sync network interface cards on the workstations attached, error disable condition, late collisions, or any link level errors. If the message reoccurs, contact your technical support representative.

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