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Cisco Bug: CSCul35389 - 1RU: %SERVICES-3-NORESOLVE_ACTIVE causing occasional mcpcc-lc-ms crash

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Sep 03, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

15.4(1)S 15.4(2)S 15.4(3)S 16.0(0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Following error messages re observed with SPA reload
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Nov 26 2013 15:14:31.496 EST: %SERVICES-3-NORESOLVE_ACTIVE: SIP0: mcpcc-lc-ms:  Error resolving active FRU: BINOS_FRU_RP 
Nov 27 2013 17:31:42.464 EST: %SERVICES-3-NORESOLVE_ACTIVE: SIP0: mcpcc-lc-ms:  Error resolving active FRU: BINOS_FRU_RP

The process mcpcc-lc-ms is held down and the SIP is reloaded.

Logs may also be flooded with these errors:

12/09 08:05:49.021 [bipc]: (note): Pending connection to server 10.0.1.0
12/09 08:05:49.488 [bipc]: (note): Pending connection to server 10.0.1.0
12/09 08:05:49.021 [bipc]: (note): Pending connection to server 10.0.1.0
12/09 08:05:49.488 [bipc]: (note): Pending connection to server 10.0.1.0

Conditions:
Error are observed when SPA is reloaded

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