[nsp] DBUS-3-DBUSINTERR: Slot 0, Internal Error

Ed Ravin eravin at panix.com
Mon Feb 23 12:20:24 EST 2004

On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 10:20:50AM -0600, Beprojects.com wrote:
> 7507
> rsp-k91pv-mz.122-18.S3.bin
> Cisco's website says something to the effect of "reset card and if it
> happens again, contact Cisco....".  I happen to have a spare card, so I am
> going to swap it out tonight, but I wish it would give a little more detail
> as to if it is software or hardware related.

For the problem I had (VIP crashing), Cisco also advises to make sure
the boot image has been updated to a version that matches the IOS.
I am going to do that one of these days for my router, since I
suspect that it's a software problem.  It seems to happen in bursts,
favoring times when there is a lot of traffic.

In the meantime, the "single line card reload" has at least contained
the damage to only the networks behind the failing card.

Are you getting the log messages off a syslog server?  If so, check
the local log buffer to see if there are any other messages that
were not sent out because of the card reset.  Also, did you look
for any crashinfo files?  I wasn't getting any originally, but did
a squeeze of bootflash a couple of weeks ago and now I see two new
ones sitting there waiting for diagnostics...

> On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 09:38:55AM -0600, Beprojects.com wrote:
> > Anybody know what this means?  The T3 card resets and drops everything
> > about 1 minute.  This is the 3rd time it's happened in the last 3 days.
> Is
> > it a faulty card?
> >
> > Feb 22 20:36:12: %DBUS-3-DBUSINTERR: Slot 0, Internal Error
> > Feb 22 20:36:36: %SYS-3-CPUHOG: Task is running for (2000)msecs, more
> > (2000)msecs (0/0),process = OIR Handler.
> > -Traceback= 40446624 404DDFD4 404DEFF0 404F659C 404E7B48
> >
> > [...]

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