The first command will disable the ether-channel guard misconfig on the switch.Yes, its used by STP for any misconfiguration, ideally the settings and port capabilities have to be identical on both the ports/sides.
The second command will disable the interface shutdown from channel-misconfig errors.
One will detect it and the other will put the ports in shutdown state so these two command go hand-in-hand.
PM-4-ERR_DISABLE: channel-misconfig error detected on GiX/X, putting GiX/X in err-disable state
This line is very specific. It means that the port-channel configurations to some of your physical interface is inconsistent and the Cisco appliance, which can't read your mind to determine which one of the configuration you want, disables the port(s) until you fix the issue.
1. "no spanning-tree etherchannel guard misconfig"
2. "no error-disable detect cause channel-misconfig"
Using either one of these two will not be of any help. You've got an inconsistent configuration. Fix that. Post the interface configuration of all the physical interface as well as the logical (port-channel) interface so we will be able to help you determine where the problem lies.
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