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Cisco Bug: CSCvt28522 - ASR1000-ESP40: IRQ Handle Call Trace

Last Modified

Apr 08, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco IOS

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Description (partial)

IRQ 18 Call Trace for ASR1000-ESP40

The following are the possibilities:
a. There was a spurious interrupt
b. eUSB/bootflash on ASR1000-ESP40 may have gone bad either temporarily or permanently.
    Again, there is no functional impact due to this.
    This can *only* be confirmed if ASR1000-ESP40 were to be reloaded. We don't recommend it for this issue.
    This (reload of slot F1/ASR1000-ESP40) can be done in a planned maintenance window,
    This reload can ben achieved by "redundancy force-sw"if cu has a chassis with dual FP installed.
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