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Debug Messages

Can anybody help me to analyze this debug messages? See details below.

01:51:31: codec: expected=-1, current=12, previous=5

01:51:31: started_from=4

01:51:31: allocated: to_tdm=0, to_vtsp=1

01:51:31: ok_to_use=1

01:51:31: [Alarm Indication History]

01:51:31: last_alarm: cause=0, module_id=0, msg=[DSPRM-VTSP: dirty close.];

01:51:31: [Maintenance Task Details]

01:51:31: current_reference_time=669132

01:51:31: last_loading: request=629290, success=629308, failure=370153

01:51:31: last_time: reboot_success=629308, firmware_alarm=370153, shutdown=0

01:51:31: total_loading: default_count=1493, overlay_count=30

01:51:31: alarm: total=1497, threshold=8503

01:51:31: still_loading_overlay=0

01:51:31: loading_default=0

01:51:31: Peer dsp info:

01:51:31: DSP ID (C/E)T Ingress:Total-Data(Rx,Tx,Dr,Fr) Ctrl[Rx,Tx,Dr,Fr,Oo] Egress:Total-Data(Rx,Tx,Dr) Ctrl[Rx,Tx,Dr,Oo]

Dsp2.4.6.2 (3/3)9324 (0,0,0,0)[0,0,0,0]<778,1,777> (0,0,0)[11,11,0]<391,391,0>

01:51:31: [Call Usage]

01:51:31: codec: expected=-1, current=12, previous=5

01:51:31: started_from=0

01:51:31: allocated: to_tdm=0, to_vtsp=0

01:51:31: ok_to_use=1

01:51:31: [Alarm Indication History]

01:51:31: last_alarm: cause=8, module_id=0, msg=[DRMError: dsp firmware error];

01:51:31: [Maintenance Task Details]

01:51:31: current_reference_time=669133

01:51:31: last_loading: request=668330, success=668700, failure=668330

01:51:31: last_time: reboot_success=666946, firmware_alarm=668330, shutdown=0

01:51:31: total_loading: default_count=672, overlay_count=32

01:51:31: alarm: total=676, threshold=9324

01:51:31: still_loading_overlay=0

01:51:31: loading_default=0

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Re: Debug Messages

This message indicates particular DSP shows problems, then it is possible that that DSP has croaked .

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