Cisco Bug: CSCuo39105 - ISR 2900 Crashes due to Chunk Corruption w/ Unsupported USB Device
Dec 16, 2019
- Cisco 2900 Series Integrated Services Routers
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Symptom: An ISR 2900 series router may crash due to memory chunk corruption when an unsupported USB device has been inserted: USB_HOST_STACK-5-USB_ENUM_UNSUPPORTED_DEVICE Unsupported device inserted. Host id X, Device Addr X. SYS-2-CHUNKBADMAGIC Bad magic number in chunk header, chunk XXXXXXXX data XXXXXXXX chunkmagic XXXXXXXX chunk_freemagic XXXXXXXX -Process= "Check heaps", ipl= X, pid= X Corrupted magic value in in-use chunk %Software-forced reload Conditions: An unsupported USB device is inserted into the router.
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