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Cisco Bug: CSCub03361 - DSP crashes on RTCP stats

Last Modified

Feb 01, 2017

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Known Affected Releases

12.4(22.0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Customer can view the following error messages in "show log":
Jun 26 43:17.6 UTC: %DSPRM-5-UPDOWN: DSP 17 in slot 1  changed state to up      
Jun 26 47:10.1 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARMINFO: mux223(936)               
Jun 26 47:10.1 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARM: Received alarm indication from dsp (3/20). Resetting the DSP.       
Jun 26 47:10.1 UTC: %DSMP-3-DSPALARM: Alarm on DSP 3/20:1: status=0x1 message=0x0 text=-         
Jun 26 47:10.1 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARMINFO: 18 0 80 365F 6 1 6D75 7832 3233 2839 3336 2900    
  chnl info(3  20  1)             
Jun 26 47:10.1 UTC: %CALL_CONTROL-3-STAT_MEMORY_CORRUPTED: Memory corruption detected in memory=C28B3B20 allocated for RTCP statistic       
Jun 26 47:10.4 UTC: Dumping system stack  slot 3  dsp 20  sys stack start 0x6C80  size 0x280
Jun 26 47:10.4 UTC:                 
Jun 26 47:10.4 UTC: Skipping repeated pattern 0xBEEF             
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Jun 26 47:15.5 UTC: %DSPRM-5-UPDOWN: DSP 20 in slot 3  changed state to up      
Jun 26 48:36.2 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARM: Received alarm indication from dsp (1/2). Resetting the DSP.       
Jun 26 48:36.2 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARMINFO: 18 0 80 265F 6 2 6D75 7832 3233 2839 3336 2900    
Jun 26 48:36.2 UTC: %DSMP-3-DSPALARM: Alarm on DSP 1/2:1: status=0x1 message=0x0 text=-         
Jun 26 48:36.2 UTC: %DSPRM-3-DSPALARMINFO: mux223(936)               
  chnl info(1  2  1)  chnl info(1  2  2)      
Jun 26 48:36.5 UTC: Dumping system stack  slot 1  dsp 2  sys stack start 0x6C80  size 0x280
Jun 26 48:36.5 UTC:                 
Jun 26 48:36.5 UTC: Skipping repeated pattern 0xBEEF             
                    
Jun 26 52:57.5 UTC: %CALL_CONTROL-3-STAT_MEMORY_CORRUPTED: Memory corruption detected in memory=C28B3990 allocated for RTCP statistic    

Conditions:

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