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What is the meaning of these Brocade 7500 GE0/GE1 trace dump msgs?

Have a Brocade 7500 with two fcip tunnels (non-trunked) connected to another 7500.

Tunnels are running and passing traffic fairly well.   Retransmit % is 0.05 and 0.09%.

Ge0 = fciptunnel 0

Ge1 = fciptunnel 1

Under "GE port Trace dump" for Ge0 and Ge1, every 6 seconds is a flurry of the following messages.

Any idea what causes this?  (Especially since there is no tunnels numbered 2,3,4,5,6,7.)

66271730 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 7 priori

66271729 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 6 priori

66271728 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 5 priori

66271727 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 4 priori

66271726 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 3 priori

66271725 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 2 priori

66271724 IP_CMS_MOD:IP_INFO Apr 11 15:30:17 UTC 2013 ip_api_cms.c:1549 failed locating TCP connection for tunnel_number 1 priori

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