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Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

Hi support,

I have a Cisco 2811 router that keeps crashing whenever i boot it up. I realised that it is due to some missing cards that were registered on the PCI Bus.

Is there a possible way of makin it not refer to its cnfigrations during boot up. It had some configs for FXO and FXS cards which presently are not homed on the appliance and i dnt hv access to those cards.

I have tried resetting the box but still nothing works. Below is the crash info i get. Note that after crashin it goes to a reboot cycle.

Readonly ROMMON initialized
program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0xcb80
program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0xcb80

program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0x2fe5660
Self decompressing the image : #################################################
################################################################################
################################################################################
############################################################################## [
OK]

Smart Init is enabled
smart init is sizing iomem
  ID            MEMORY_REQ                 TYPE
0003E7          0X00474800 C2811 Mainboard
                0X0014B430 Onboard PVDM2 SIMM
                0X000021B8 Onboard USB
00038E          0X0004FE00 Service Engine AIM
                0X002C29F0 public buffer pools
                0X00211000 public particle pools
TOTAL:          0X00AE55D8

If any of the above Memory Requirements are
"UNKNOWN", you may be using an unsupported
configuration or there is a software problem and
system operation may be compromised.
Rounded IOMEM up to: 12Mb.
Using 4 percent iomem. [12Mb/256Mb]

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Cisco IOS Software, 2800 Software (C2800NM-SPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(22)YB4,
RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Copyright (c) 1986-2009 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Fri 07-Aug-09 14:43 by prod_rel_team

******   ERROR detected on PCI0 Bus
******   Try RESEATING all modules in the system
******   pci0_int_cause 0x00000200,
******   pci0_err_addr 0x00034801, pci0_err_cmd 0x0000000A
******   PCI Target Abort

r0  = FFFFFFFF r1  = FFFFFFFF r2  = 0        r3  = 45FC0000 r4  = FFFFFFFF
r5  = FFFFFFFF r6  = FFFFFFFF r7  = BFA00000 r8  = 0        r9  = 303
r10 = 0        r11 = 480380   r12 = 0        r13 = 0        r14 = 0
r15 = 380      r16 = 0        r17 = 9        r18 = 0        r19 = 300
r20 = 0        r21 = 9        r22 = 0        r23 = 3        r24 = 0
r25 = 437C0000 r26 = 0        r27 = 0        r28 = 0        r29 = 89
r30 = 0        r31 = 0        r32 = FFFFFFFF r33 = FFFFFFFF r34 = FFFFFFFF
r35 = FFFFFFFF r36 = FFFFFFFF r37 = FFFFFFFF r38 = FFFFFFFF r39 = FFFFFFFF
r40 = FFFFFFFF r41 = FFFFFFFF r42 = FFFFFFFF r43 = FFFFFFFF r44 = FFFFFFFF
r45 = FFFFFFFF r46 = FFFFFFFF r47 = FFFFFFFF r48 = 0        r49 = 0
r50 = 0        r51 = 1        r52 = 0        r53 = 3040A801 r54 = FFFFFFFF
r55 = A000F000 r56 = FFFFFFFF r57 = FFFFFFFF r58 = 0        r59 = 46B13250
r60 = FFFFFFFF r61 = FFFFFFFF r62 = 0        r63 = 4029C148
sreg     = 3400C103 mdlo_hi    = 0        mdlo        = C8
mdhi_hi  = 0        mdhi       = 0        badvaddr_hi = FFFFFFFF
badvaddr = FFFFFFFF cause      = FFFFFFFF epc_hi      = 0
epc      = 4029C15C err_epc_hi = FFFFFFFF err_epc     = FFFFFFFF

%ERR-1-FATAL: Fatal error interrupt, reloading
err_stat=0x0


=== Flushing messages (08:21:44 UTC Mon Nov 1 2010) ===

Queued messages:

08:21:44 UTC Mon Nov 1 2010: Interrupt exception, CPU signal 22, PC = 0x0

--------------------------------------------------------------------
   Possible software fault. Upon reccurence,  please collect
   crashinfo, "show tech" and contact Cisco Technical Support.
--------------------------------------------------------------------


-Traceback=
$0 : 00000000, AT : 00000000, v0 : 00000000, v1 : 00000000
a0 : 00000000, a1 : 00000000, a2 : 00000000, a3 : 00000000
t0 : 00000000, t1 : 00000000, t2 : 00000000, t3 : 00000000
t4 : 00000000, t5 : 00000000, t6 : 00000000, t7 : 00000000
s0 : 00000000, s1 : 00000000, s2 : 00000000, s3 : 00000000
s4 : 00000000, s5 : 00000000, s6 : 00000000, s7 : 00000000
t8 : 00000000, t9 : 00000000, k0 : 00000000, k1 : 00000000
gp : 00000000, sp : 00000000, s8 : 00000000, ra : 00000000
EPC  : 00000000, ErrorEPC : 00000000, SREG     : 00000000
MDLO : 00000000, MDHI     : 00000000, BadVaddr : 00000000
DATA_START : 0x437ADC20
Cause 00000000 (Code 0x0): Interrupt exception

File flash:crashinfo_20101101-082145 Device Error :No such device
File flash:crashinfo_20101101-082145 Device Error :No such device
File flash:crashinfo_20101101-082145 Device Error :No such device
No warm reboot Storage
*** System received a System Error ***
signal= 0x16, code= 0x0, context= 0x46e8a160
PC = 0x40059b44, Cause = 0x20, Status Reg = 0x34008002


System Bootstrap, Version 12.4(13r)T, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Copyright (c) 2006 by cisco Systems, Inc.

Initializing memory for ECC
.
c2811 platform with 262144 Kbytes of main memory
Main memory is configured to 64 bit mode with ECC enabled


Readonly ROMMON initialized
program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0xcb80
program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0xcb80

program load complete, entry point: 0x8000f000, size: 0x2fe5660
Self decompressing the image : ##############

Thanks,

Regards,

Jerrysimila.

6 REPLIES

Re: Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

hi,

your IOS might be corruped. kindy open a Cisco TAC case as per your output.

--------------------------------------------------------------------
   Possible software fault. Upon reccurence,  please collect
   crashinfo, "show tech" and contact Cisco Technical Support.
--------------------------------------------------------------------

Community Member

Hi i had same issue same type

Hi i had same issue same type of errors then i removed all modules now router is working fine one of the module was causing issue

Community Member

Re: Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

I agree with John, your IOS may be corrupted. Or the version of IOS you're using isn't compatible with the hardware. You should check the Cisco IOS software builder tool, to first make sure it's compatible. If it is or it was used before, try re-installing the IOS on flash. Check your boot statements in Rommon to make sure it's not pointing to a image that isn't there.

Keep in mind the boot-up process for a Cisco router. I love the 2811 routers, very stable and ok on processing. But everytime, I had a bootup issue it was related to IOS boot statements showing one thing, but Rommon showing something else.

Aqeel

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Re: Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

******   ERROR detected on PCI0 Bus
******   Try RESEATING all modules in the system
******   pci0_int_cause 0x00000200,
******   pci0_err_addr 0x00034801, pci0_err_cmd 0x0000000A
******   PCI Target Abort

Try removing all NM/NME and WIC/HWIC cards first.

Cisco Employee

Re: Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

The crash isn't due to a corrupt image. The problem here is related to the hardware attached to the PCI bus.

If reseating the modules still results in a crash then one of the modules may be bad.

Community Member

Re: Cisco 2811 router crashing on boot up.

Possibly, but if I had a module in one of my routers it would boot up but when you check the controller or device status you wouldn't see the card. And since the modules he has are compatible with the 2811, I can't see a module preventing the system from booting completely. But anything is possible. I guess that is what Cisco TAC is for... to read the bit errors.

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