Cisco Bug: CSCsz00553 - Traceback on applying Controller configs
Sep 20, 2015
- Cisco Catalyst 6000 Series Switches
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Symptom: When creating a channelized controller via the 'card type' command and/or configuring the controller, the following tracebacks may appear on the Active Unit and Standby Unit respectively %NETWORK_RF_API-3-FAILDECODEDATADESCINSTDBY: Cannot decode data descriptor in Standby for <controller slot/subslot/bay> , descriptor type=6 %NETWORK_RF_API-STDBY-3-FAILDECODEDATADESC: Cannot decode data descriptor for an interface or controller because the sync header cannot be decoded, descriptor type=6 Conditions: When specifying the controller type on a multichannel t1/e1 port adapter or shared port adapter via the following command card type [t1|e1] <slot> <bay> For example: card type t1 3 1 When the above class of commands is executed, the controller UPDOWN state may, in some instances, be synchronized to the Standby Unit slightly before the controller configuration is applied at the Standby Unit.
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