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Cisco Bug: CSCup15937 - Mercury go network dead in an event where the interfaces flap

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Feb 13, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Email Security Appliance

Known Affected Releases

8.0.1-023

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Mercury interfaces to go network dead

Conditions:
Mercury  interfaces flap while there was traffic going through the interface

Related Community Discussions

GD Availability of AsyncOS 8.5.7-042 for ESA
Cisco is pleased to announce the General Deployment (GD) milestone for 8.5.7-042 for Email.  This release applies to all our Email Security Appliances (ESA)[C-Series, X-Series, and all virtual appliances].   Short list of defects fixed in AsyncOS 8.5.7 for Email CSCus99228:  Hermes crash and scan failures, lzw.c 64bit defect CSCuf90996:  Hermes crash while writing out mid_map.chk CSCum48306:  Delivery Logs on the ESA and CPQ on the SMA causing Application Faults <key>CSCup15937</key>:  Mercury go network dead ...
Latest activity: Jun 16, 2015
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