in last days I'm having problems with a Cisco 1812 device.
It works for some time but then crashes and gives the same info:
Preparing to dump core...
04:09:41 CDT Wed Aug 8 2012: Unexpected exception to CPU: vector 1500, PC = 0x800AC87C, LR = 0x800AC87C
-Traceback= 0x800AC87C 0x800AC87C 0x80343920 0x800AE74C 0x800B1D08
CPU Register Context:
MSR = 0x00029220 CR = 0x42000084 CTR = 0x8001AC70 XER = 0x20000000
R0 = 0x800AC87C R1 = 0x838A5828 R2 = 0xFFFB1F58 R3 = 0x00000000
R4 = 0x81764298 R5 = 0x00029220 R6 = 0x82F00000 R7 = 0x82EF0000
R8 = 0x822DB274 R9 = 0x000032DC R10 = 0x82F03E18 R11 = 0x00000350
R12 = 0x01BCC32C R13 = 0xFFFB37F4 R14 = 0x80343820 R15 = 0x00000000
R16 = 0x00000000 R17 = 0x00000000 R18 = 0x00000000 R19 = 0x00000000
R20 = 0x00000000 R21 = 0x00000000 R22 = 0x82B80000 R23 = 0x831A0000
R24 = 0x831A0000 R25 = 0x82B80000 R26 = 0x831A0000 R27 = 0x82B80000
R28 = 0x82C40000 R29 = 0x82B60000 R30 = 0x00000003 R31 = 0x00000000
=== Start of Crashinfo Collection (04:09:41 CDT Wed Aug 8 2012) ===
Cisco IOS Software, C181X Software (C181X-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(15)T10, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc3)
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Compiled Mon 14-Sep-09 20:59 by prod_rel_team
Any clue what Unexpected exception to CPU: vector 1500 could be?
I do not know in detail what this error means. Usually, however, these kinds of messages signify a hardware or software problem.
My suggestions (all are blind shots):
I took a look at the tracebacks, it appears to be memory corruption. That is most likely a software defect. You will need to open a TAC case and supply them with the full crashinfo to determine the exact cause as it requires tools to poke through the memory within the crashinfo to determine the cause of corruption. What you supplied here is simply the registers and stack at the time of the reload. Once they determine the defect they will give you a version of IOS with the fix.
If you don't want to or can't open a case, I would suggest upgrading to the latest version of IOS to see if that resolves the issue as each release of IOS contains many bug fixes and that is an older version of IOS.
Thank you for the replies,
I have tried both options, removed ram cf and tried the latest IOS, erased the configuration with no results, the router reload makes a forced software reload even without any config.
At the end I sent it to the service and they told me that the motherboard is gone, better to buy a new one
If you have any WIC cards installed, remove them and try rebooting.
Make sure your CF is not full of crashinfo files.
If all else fails, upgrade the IOS.
I have erased the config, formatted the cf and put the latest ios
It has no cards, only 2FE and 8 switch ports integrated
Still crashing after some time