Cisco Bug: CSCvu37535 - NCS6000 : CSI interface is flapping ~300ms during RPFO causing isis adjacency flap and traffic drop.
Aug 16, 2020
- Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Release-note Symptom: CSI interface flap is seen during SDR XR-VM switchover. Following IOS messages can be seen on XR console when the issue is hit: RP/B0/CB0/CPU4:2020 May 21 09:04:07.346 UTC: ifmgr: %PKT_INFRA-LINK-3-UPDOWN : Interface CSI1, changed state to Down RP/B0/CB0/CPU4:2020 May 21 09:04:07.526 UTC: ifmgr: %PKT_INFRA-LINK-3-UPDOWN : Interface CSI1, changed state to Up CSI is flapping for ~300ms due to which isis adjacency flapping over that csi interface and resulting in traffic drop for that duration. This behavior observed on 2 csi interfaces. Conditions: SDR (XR-VM) switchover is triggered under high scale configuration and feature set (breakdown given in 'Further Problem Description:' section) in carved SDRs. Issue is not hit on the SDR with relatively lower config scale on the same set up.
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