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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎01-25-2011

brocade 48000 error HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f

any ideas what this error refers to and what is the recommendation to solve?

Brocade 48000

HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f

Time      Level     Message              Service Number               Count    Message ID        Switch
Tue Jan 25 2011 04:00:10 EST       Critical   S1,C1: HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f.   Switch   5115       1              CDR-1003          

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Regular Contributor
Posts: 178
Registered: ‎04-21-2008

Re: brocade 48000 error HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f

Hi -

depends on which version of FOS you're running (> 6.2.x ?)

if it occurs after supportsave, you can ignore. See 6.3.2 or 6.2.2d release notes :

Defect ID:

DEFECT000298774

Technical Severity:

Medium

Summary:

CRITICAL CDR-1003 messages are being seen in the RASLOG during a supportsave operation. These need to be non-CRITICAL Warnings that can be ignored unless it's not happening during a supportsave.

Symptom:

After a firmware FOS v6.1.x to FOS 6.2.x, CDR-1003 CRITICAL messages may be posted to the RASLOG during supportSave operations on Brocade 4G platforms.

Workaround:

Ignore if CDR-1003 happens during supportsave and is not persistent.

Feature:

4G ASIC Driver

Function:

ASIC Driver

Probability:

High

Found in Release:

FOS6.3.1

Where Else Fixed:

FOS6.3.2, FOS6.4.0 a

Kind regards,

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david

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Posts: 931
Registered: ‎12-30-2009

Re: brocade 48000 error HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f

From the FOS messages reference guide.

CDR-1003

>Message <timestamp>, , <sequence-number>, FFDC, CRITICAL, <system-name>, <slot number>, <chip index> HW ASIC chip error type =0<chip error>

Probable Cause Indicates an internal error in the application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) hardware that may degrade data traffic.

>Recommended Action

Whenever this error occurs, reboot the system at the next maintenance window. If the problem persists, replace the blade.

>Severity CRITICAL

Unfortunatly it doesn't say if it shoulf be a reboot, fastboot or hareboot. I would go for a plain reboot (to be sure) butperhaps that someone else can shed some light on this one.

New Contributor
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎01-25-2011

Re: brocade 48000 error HW ASIC Chip error type = 0x1f

Upgraded FOS to 6.2.2d and errors have disappeared.

Thanks again!

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