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msfc2 fault output

Anybody know what this means:

MSFC2-BB3#sh msfc2 fault

Fault History Buffer:

MSFC2 Software (C6MSFC2-BOOT-M), Version 12.1(2)E, EARLY DEPLOYMENT RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)

Compiled Mon 19-Jun-00 18:30 by linda

Signal = 10, Code = 0x1C, Uptime 00:00:06

$0 : 00000000, AT : 303C0000, v0 : 00020000, v1 : 00000001

a0 : 10030370, a1 : 3060D448, a2 : 30644624, a3 : 00000000

t0 : 00000028, t1 : 3401FD01, t2 : 34018100, t3 : FFFF00FF

t4 : 300E9858, t5 : 00000004, t6 : 566C616E, t7 : 00000000

s0 : 3062DCFC, s1 : 10030000, s2 : 10050370, s3 : 304BC154

s4 : 00000001, s5 : 070DB8E8, s6 : 00000000, s7 : 00000000

t8 : 00006B7A, t9 : 00000000, k0 : 3041C001, k1 : 30410000

gp : 303C24A0, sp : 30613D80, s8 : 00000000, ra : 30128788

EPC : 3012863C, SREG : 3401FD03, Cause : 0000001C

regards

mark

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Bronze

Re: msfc2 fault output

I think Signal = 10 indicates a bus error. Not sure about other contents.

Bronze

Re: msfc2 fault output

The command is a hidden command.

The command shows a snapshot of some of the

router registers at the time of the last crash.

If your MSFC recently crashed, find the file starting with the word "crashinfo" and dated around the time of the crash.

Open a TAC case and input the current "show tech" output and the crashinfo file to the case.

A Cisco tac engineer will be glad to assist you.

New Member

Re: msfc2 fault output

This happend last week when i was busy reloading images and configs after an upgrade problem but has not happened since i got everything sorted out so i will not progress this unless it happens again.

We do not have smartnet so i cannot open tac cases directly with cisco.

regards

mark

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