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Cisco Bug: CSCuq85569 - The ASA hardware accelerator encountered an error HwErrCode= 32

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Sep 13, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls

Known Affected Releases

9.1(2)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
4|Aug 19 2014 10:26:16|402124: CRYPTO: The ASA hardware accelerator encountered an error (HWErrAddr= 0xA9F944EC, Core= 0, HwErrCode= 32, IstatReg= 0x40008, PciErrReg= 0x0, CoreErrStat= 0xE7, CoreErrAddr= 0xE5F74EF9, Doorbell Size[0]= 2048, DoorBell Outstanding[0]= 0, Doorbell Size[1]= 0, DoorBell Outstanding[1]= 0, SWReset= 113593)
4|Aug 19 2014 10:26:16|402127: CRYPTO: The ASA is skipping the writing of latest Crypto Archive File as the maximum # of files ( 2 ) allowed have been written to < disk0:/crypto_archive >. Please archive & remove files from < disk0:/crypto_archive > if you want more Crypto Archive Files saved
4|Aug 19 2014 10:26:17|402124: CRYPTO: The ASA hardware accelerator encountered an error (HWErrAddr= 0xA8A47CEC, Core= 0, HwErrCode= 32, IstatReg= 0x8, PciErrReg= 0x0, CoreErrStat= 0x81, CoreErrAddr= 0x34AB08F4, Doorbell Size[0]= 2048, DoorBell Outstanding[0]= 0, Doorbell Size[1]= 0, DoorBell Outstanding[1]= 0, SWReset= 113594)
4|Aug 19 2014 10:26:17|402127: CRYPTO: The ASA is skipping the writing of latest Crypto Archive File as the maximum # of files ( 2 ) allowed have been written to < disk0:/crypto_archive >. Please archive & remove files from < disk0:/crypto_archive > if you want more Crypto Archive Files saved
4|Aug 19 2014 10:26:17|402124: CRYPTO: The ASA hardware accelerator encountered an error (HWErrAddr= 0xA9F4C4EC, Core= 0, HwErrCode= 32, IstatReg= 0x8, PciErrReg= 0x0, CoreErrStat= 0x81, CoreErrAddr= 0x3494C4EC, Doorbell Size[0]= 2048, DoorBell Outstanding[0]= 0, Doorbell Size[1]= 0, DoorBell Outstanding[1]= 0, SWReset= 113595)

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