The address latched by the Tiger when detecting an MBE is not a valid DRAM address. The Tiger should not report this kind of error under its normal operating conditions. This error probably indicates that a malfunctioning Tiger need s to be replaced.
My question is: is the tiger related with the dual arbiter? If not, what's the tiger and how can I replace it?
Re: %TIGER-3-BADADDR_MBE: Invalid MBE dram address
Tiger asic is related to the arbiter. This might very well be CSCdt00655 or CSCdp89635 you are running into. Do you have VIP2-50's in your router? Please check out this defect to see if you are running effected code. If you have the fix in your code I'd suspect the RSP that is producing these messages.
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