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Problem --

-Traceback= 408AAEF0 408B040C 40C83B68 408DA35C 408DA4D4 40895A6C 40895A58

%SYS-SW2_SPSTBY-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 468 bytes failed from 0x40C83B60, alignment 32

Pool: I/O  Free: 992  Cause: Memory fragmentation

Alternate Pool: None  Free: 0  Cause: No Alternate pool

-Process= "Pool Manager", ipl= 0, pid= 10

-Traceback= 408AAEF0 408B040C 40C83B68 408DA35C 408DA4D4 40895A6C 40895A58

Workaround/ Solution --

There is a known bug to IOS 12.2(33)SXI2

These memory errors indicate that supervisor is running low on memory. In this case a memory leak bug in the IOS running on this switch is

leaking memory, here is  the bug id:


cat6000 Medium buffers leak on SP leading to crash

Externally found catastrophic (Sev1) bug: R-Resolved

This bug is fixed in 12.2(33)SXI2a and higher IOS versions.

In order to confirm that, you will need the output of "show buffers"  from the SP. To get this output from the SP, issue the command "remote login switch" which will take you to

the SP console and then issue the command "show buffers" at the SP console to get the output. Alternately, you may also use the command "remote command switch show

buffers"  from the MSFC console itself to get the required output.

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