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Cisco Bug: CSCuq04158 - Active card/inactive fabric links issue

Last Modified

Dec 25, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

12.3(300) 15.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
PSC in slot 13 caused complete outage 

Jul 21 17:31:14 [172.28.184.1.159.143] evlogd: [local-60sec14.286] [sft 58000 info] [13/0/4234 <sft:1300> sft_monitor.c:115] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SFT : Forced 1 times RX packet at slot 13, cpu 0, inst 1300, inflight packets 30
SFT : Forced 1 times RX packet at slot 13, cpu 0, inst 1300, inflight packets 30

Once PSC13 was taken offline we see the chassis return to normal operation:


[npuctrl 16020 info] [8/0/18669 <npuctrl:0> rl_sf_handler.c:1681] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SF CTRL: reconsile_sf_state() - connect_pac_to_spc( 13 ) try=3 failed - needs more severe recovery

2014-Jul-21+17:44:57.730 [npuctrl 16020 info] [8/0/18669 <npuctrl:0> rl_sf_handler.c:1075] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SF CTRL: connect_pac_to_spc: disabling ALL links to pac=13, spc8_mask=F, spc9_mask=F

Conditions:
PSC in slot 13 caused complete outage 

Jul 21 17:31:14 [172.28.184.1.159.143] evlogd: [local-60sec14.286] [sft 58000 info] [13/0/4234 <sft:1300> sft_monitor.c:115] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SFT : Forced 1 times RX packet at slot 13, cpu 0, inst 1300, inflight packets 30
SFT : Forced 1 times RX packet at slot 13, cpu 0, inst 1300, inflight packets 30

Once PSC13 was taken offline we see the chassis return to normal operation:


[npuctrl 16020 info] [8/0/18669 <npuctrl:0> rl_sf_handler.c:1681] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SF CTRL: reconsile_sf_state() - connect_pac_to_spc( 13 ) try=3 failed - needs more severe recovery

2014-Jul-21+17:44:57.730 [npuctrl 16020 info] [8/0/18669 <npuctrl:0> rl_sf_handler.c:1075] [software internal system critical-info syslog] SF CTRL: connect_pac_to_spc: disabling ALL links to pac=13, spc8_mask=F, spc9_mask=F
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