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%KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG on Nexus 5000

got on one nexus 5K (version 5.1(3)N1(1)) every second this message:

2012 Apr  2 07:03:26.513 DN_21_N5K_1a  2 07:03:26 %KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG: set_rtc_mmss: can't update from 81 to 33 - kernel

2012 Apr  2 07:03:26.516 DN_21_N5K_1a  2 07:03:26 %KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG: set_rtc_mmss: nowtime=1333350206, save_control=0x6, save_freq_select=0x26 - kernel 2012 Apr  2 07:03:26.513 DN_21_N5K_1a  2 07:03:26 %KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG: set_rtc_mmss: can't update from 81 to 33 - kernel
2012 Apr  2 07:03:26.516 DN_21_N5K_1a  2 07:03:26 %KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG: set_rtc_mmss: nowtime=1333350206, save_control=0x6, save_freq_select=0x26 - kernel

what I have to do to stop this?

(we have some more N5Ks with the same version & configuration which don't show this message)

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%KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG on Nexus 5000

There is a cosmetic bug for this issue. See CSCti71838. Logging level for kernel messages by default is 3(errors) but since you have set it to 4(warnings), you are seeing these messages. You can change logging level to default 3 using command

5020A.1(config)# logging level kernel 3

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%KERN-4-SYSTEM_MSG on Nexus 5000

There is a cosmetic bug for this issue. See CSCti71838. Logging level for kernel messages by default is 3(errors) but since you have set it to 4(warnings), you are seeing these messages. You can change logging level to default 3 using command

5020A.1(config)# logging level kernel 3

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