01-26-2011 12:36 AM
any ideas what this error refers to and what is the recommendation to solve?
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
01-26-2011 01:02 AM
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 :
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
Found in Release:FOS6.3.1
Where Else Fixed:FOS6.3.2, FOS6.4.0 a
01-26-2011 01:06 AM
From the FOS messages reference guide.
>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.
Whenever this error occurs, reboot the system at the next maintenance window. If the problem persists, replace the blade.
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.