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unresolved fault detected on Cisco ASR1001-X

Hi

we got constantly the following errors on ASR1001 / Version 16.09.06 last night,

then router rebooted and now seems to be ok, but we are wondering what happened ?

 %CPPHA-3-FAULT: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: CPP:0.0 desc:DPE1_CSR32_DPE_ERR_MISC_LEAF_INT__INT_DRAM_MBE det:DRVR(interrupt) class:MBE sev:FATAL id:7075 cppstate:STOPPED res:UNKNOWN flags:0x7 cdmflags:0x1
 %CPPOSLIB-3-ERROR_NOTIFY: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: cpp_ha encountered an error -Traceback= 1#e0a954143630838337b21cc147cd64f3 errmsg:7FE4B50A5000+17D4 cpp_common_os:7FE4B9C4A000+DB8C cpp_common_os:7FE4B9C4A000+1B9EE cpp_drv_cmn:7FE4B772D000+45987 :400000+27309 :400000+26DCC :400000+26824 :400000+1522D :400000+1411C cpp_common_os:7FE4B9C4A000+11DF0 cpp_common_os:7FE4B9C4A000+124E6 evlib:7FE4B3269000+8942 evlib:7FE4B3269000+944C cpp_common_os:7FE4B9C4A000+140C2 :400000+F6A7 c:7FE4A9E68000+208E5 :400000+9F79
%CPPHA-3-FAULTCRASH: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: CPP 0.0 unresolved fault detected, initiating crash dump.
 %CPPHA-3-FAULTCRASH: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: CPP 0.0 unresolved fault detected, initiating crash dump.
 %IOSXE-1-PLATFORM: R0/0: kernel: QFP0.0: Fatal Fault: HW reported: QFP interrupt %IOSXE-3-PLATFORM: R0/0: cpp_cdm: CPP crashed, generating core file.
%CPPDRV-3-LOCKDOWN: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: QFP0.0 CPP Driver LOCKDOWN encountered due to previous fatal error (HW: QFP interrupt).
 %CPPOSLIB-3-ERROR_NOTIFY: R0/0: fman_fp_image: fman_fp encountered an error -Traceback= 1#cc7b7547c627e12f66e908540c2a55d1 errmsg:7F619E21A000+17D4 cpp_common_os:7F61C7EA4000+DB8C cpp_client_ha:7F61C2AD8000+439F cpp_common_os:7F61C7EA4000+11DF0 cpp_common_os:7F61C7EA4000+124E6 evlib:7F617F233000+8942 evlib:7F617F233000+944C :561C833EE000+385DBF :561C833EE000+60E132 :561C833EE000+934862 :561C833EE000+932FAF :561C833EE000+932E49 :561C833EE000+932CE2 c:7F6177085000+208E5 :561C833EE000+1BA019
 %CPPDRV-3-LOCKDOWN: R0/0: cpp_cp_svr: QFP0.0 CPP Driver LOCKDOWN encountered due to previous fatal error (HW: QFP interrupt).
 %CPPDRV-3-LOCKDOWN: R0/0: fman_fp_image: QFP0.0 CPP Driver LOCKDOWN encountered due to previous fatal error (HW: QFP interrupt).
 %CPPOSLIB-3-ERROR_NOTIFY: R0/0: cpp_cp_svr: cpp_cp encountered an error -Traceback= 1#10dcd90466307a0dff0ce3916fa1e8be errmsg:7F1401D7C000+17D4 cpp_common_os:7F1403FC3000+DB8C cpp_common_os:7F1403FC3000+1B9EE cpp_rrm_svr_lib:7F1417741000+8553 cpp_rrm_svr_lib:7F1417741000+64C2 cpp_rrm_svr_lib:7F1417741000+487E cpp_rrm_svr_lib:7F1417741000+37F8 cpp_common_os:7F1403FC3000+11DF0 cpp_common_os:7F1403FC3000+124E6 evlib:7F1401B6D000+8942 evlib:7F1401B6D000+944C cpp_common_os:7F1403FC3000+140C2 :400000+7376 c:7F13ED156000+208E5 :
 %CPPHA-3-CDMDONE: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: CPP 0 microcode crashdump creation completed.
 %PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process cpp_cdm_svr has been helddown (rc 69)
 %PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process cpp_ha_top_level_server has been helddown (rc 69)
 %PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process fman_fp_image has been helddown (rc 134)

Regards

Boris

 

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balaji.bandi
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Looks for me some bug, but not able to get the right bug information, if this kit in smartnet contract, worth open a TAC case.

 

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@BorislavPenchev0962 wrote:
 %CPPDRV-3-LOCKDOWN: R0/0: cpp_cp_svr: QFP0.0 CPP Driver LOCKDOWN encountered due to previous fatal error (HW: QFP interrupt).
 %CPPDRV-3-LOCKDOWN: R0/0: fman_fp_image: QFP0.0 CPP Driver LOCKDOWN encountered due to previous fatal error (HW: QFP interrupt).
%CPPHA-3-CDMDONE: R0/0: cpp_ha_top_level_server: CPP 0 microcode crashdump creation completed. %PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process cpp_cdm_svr has been helddown (rc 69)
%PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process cpp_ha_top_level_server has been helddown (rc 69)
%PMAN-3-PROCHOLDDOWN: R0/0: pman: The process fman_fp_image has been helddown (rc 134)

@BorislavPenchev0962,

Is this the same router as the other thread (ISR with a very high percentage of the DRAM)? 

If this is a different router, kindly post the complete output to the following commands: 

  1. dir
  2. dir bootflash:/core
  3. sh log on up

@Leo Laohooits another router, here the output of this ASR:

 

dir bootflash:
Directory of bootflash:/

11 drwx 16384 Dec 31 2014 15:49:01 +01:00 lost+found
289729 drwx 4096 May 26 2021 08:29:20 +02:00 .prst_sync
12 -rw- 762178097 Mar 22 2021 07:48:50 +01:00 asr1001x-universalk9.16.09.06.SPA.bin
160961 drwx 4096 Sep 2 2021 02:38:42 +02:00 .installer
482881 drwx 4096 Sep 2 2021 02:36:44 +02:00 core
144865 drwx 4096 Dec 31 2014 16:24:13 +01:00 .rollback_timer
13 -rw- 0 Dec 31 2014 16:24:21 +01:00 tracelogs.226
177057 drwx 24576 Sep 7 2021 13:19:43 +02:00 tracelogs
48289 -rw- 6613972 May 26 2021 08:10:59 +02:00 asr1000-rommon.169_4r_SPA.pkg
338017 drwx 4096 Mar 22 2021 10:14:23 +01:00 virtual-instance
370209 drwx 4096 Mar 22 2021 10:20:32 +01:00 .dbpersist
144867 -rw- 30 Sep 2 2021 02:39:53 +02:00 throughput_monitor_params
209249 drwx 4096 Mar 22 2021 10:15:10 +01:00 onep

6741659648 bytes total (5441617920 bytes free)

 

#dir bootflash:/core
Directory of bootflash:/core/

498977 drwx 4096 Dec 31 2014 16:24:13 +01:00 modules
482882 -rw- 1 Sep 7 2021 13:10:19 +02:00 .callhome
482884 -rw- 174258856 Sep 2 2021 02:36:44 +02:00 Berlin-43-route-02_RP_0_fman_fp_image_25382_20210902-023554-CEST.core.gz
482883 -rw- 2556277 Sep 2 2021 02:36:02 +02:00 Berlin-43-route-02_RP_0_cpp-mcplo-ucode_20210902-023550-CEST.core.gz

6741659648 bytes total (5441617920 bytes free)

 

#sh log onboard uptime
Slot Reset reason Power On
---------------------------------------------------------
0 reset local software 01/01/10 01:26:43
0 reset local software 01/01/10 01:26:45
0 reset local software 01/01/10 01:26:47
0 reset local software 01/01/10 03:36:08
0 reset local software 01/01/10 03:36:09
0 reset local software 01/01/10 03:36:12
0 reset local software 12/29/14 05:53:26
0 reset local software 12/29/14 05:53:27
0 reset local software 12/29/14 05:53:30
0 reset local software 12/29/14 12:28:37
0 reset local software 12/29/14 12:28:38
0 reset local software 12/29/14 12:28:41
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:15:22
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:15:23
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:15:26
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:50:42
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:50:43
0 reset local software 12/31/14 12:50:46
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:24:04
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:24:05
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:24:08
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:41:41
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:41:42
0 reset local software 12/31/14 15:41:45
0 reset power on 12/31/14 16:24:06
0 reset power on 12/31/14 16:24:07
0 reset power on 12/31/14 16:24:10
0 reset power on 05/11/15 06:27:45
0 reset power on 05/11/15 06:27:46
0 reset power on 05/11/15 06:27:49
0 reset local software 05/11/15 06:34:35
0 reset local software 05/11/15 06:34:36
0 reset local software 05/11/15 06:34:39
0 reset power on 05/12/15 23:15:01
0 reset power on 05/12/15 23:15:02
0 reset power on 05/12/15 23:15:05
0 reset power on 05/16/15 05:38:03
0 reset power on 05/16/15 05:38:04
0 reset power on 05/16/15 05:38:07
0 reset power on 05/18/15 03:00:13
0 reset power on 05/18/15 03:00:14
0 reset power on 05/18/15 03:00:17
0 reset power on 05/21/15 01:03:26
0 reset power on 05/21/15 01:03:27
0 reset power on 05/21/15 01:03:30
0 reset power on 05/27/15 01:18:09
0 reset power on 05/27/15 01:18:10
0 reset power on 05/27/15 01:18:13
0 reset power on 06/18/15 01:21:50
0 reset power on 06/18/15 01:21:51
0 reset power on 06/18/15 01:21:54
0 reset power on 06/19/15 01:06:11
0 reset power on 06/19/15 01:06:12
0 reset power on 06/19/15 01:06:15
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:20:25
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:20:26
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:20:29
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:40:46
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:40:47
0 reset local software 06/19/15 01:40:50
0 reset local software 06/19/15 02:02:09
0 reset local software 06/19/15 02:02:10
0 reset local software 06/19/15 02:02:13
0 reset power on 06/21/15 23:49:20
0 reset power on 06/21/15 23:49:21
0 reset power on 06/21/15 23:49:24
0 reset power on 06/22/15 05:42:52
0 reset power on 06/22/15 05:42:53
0 reset power on 06/22/15 05:42:56
0 reset power on 06/23/15 05:38:10
0 reset power on 06/23/15 05:38:11
0 reset power on 06/23/15 05:38:14
0 reset local software 07/08/15 23:56:58
0 reset local software 07/08/15 23:56:59
0 reset local software 07/08/15 23:57:02
0 reset local software 12/21/16 14:37:17
0 reset local software 12/21/16 14:37:18
0 reset local software 12/21/16 14:37:21
0 reset local software 10/08/20 11:54:41
0 reset local software 10/08/20 11:54:42
0 reset local software 10/08/20 11:54:45
0 reset power on 10/21/20 11:06:00
0 reset power on 10/21/20 11:06:01
0 reset power on 10/21/20 11:06:04
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:06:45
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:06:46
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:06:49
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:22:32
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:22:33
0 reset local software 03/22/21 08:22:36
0 reset local software 03/22/21 09:27:41
0 reset local software 03/22/21 09:27:42
0 reset local software 03/22/21 09:27:45
0 upgrade flash reset 03/22/21 10:13:54
0 reset local software 03/22/21 10:23:42
0 upgrade flash reset 05/26/21 08:28:18
0 reset local software 09/02/21 02:38:46

 

The traceback does not have time and date stamp.

Is there a reason why this is omitted?

@Leo Laohool have erased this for better visibility, all the lines are from few days ago and within 5 min. ;


@BorislavPenchev0962 wrote:
482884 -rw- 174258856 Sep 2 2021 02:36:44 +02:00 Berlin-43-route-02_RP_0_fman_fp_image_25382_20210902-023554-CEST.core.gz
482883 -rw- 2556277 Sep 2 2021 02:36:02 +02:00 Berlin-43-route-02_RP_0_cpp-mcplo-ucode_20210902-023550-CEST.core.gz

Kindly attach both files to the thread.  We want to have a look inside.  

second file is bigger, l can send it per moveit if you share e-mail ?

Attach it to the thread.

upload limit is 70 MB , file size is 160 MB

Contact TAC and see if they can confirm this is CSCvx57833 or CSCvf11949.

Hello

Check the power supply!

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kind regards
Paul

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It will hopefully assist others with similar issues in the future

Hi,

here the output of these commands:

#sh platform
Chassis type: ASR1001-X

Slot Type State Insert time (ago)
--------- ------------------- --------------------- -----------------
0 ASR1001-X ok 5d10h
0/0 BUILT-IN-2T+6X1GE ok 5d10h
R0 ASR1001-X ok, active 5d10h
F0 ASR1001-X ok, active 5d10h
P0 ASR1001-X-PWR-AC ok 5d10h
P1 ASR1001-X-PWR-AC ok 5d10h
P2 ASR1001-X-FANTRAY ok 5d10h

Slot CPLD Version Firmware Version
--------- ------------------- ---------------------------------------
0 14041015 16.9(4r)
R0 14041015 16.9(4r)
F0 14041015 16.9(4r)

 

 

Berlin#sh environment

Number of Critical alarms: 0
Number of Major alarms: 0
Number of Minor alarms: 0

Slot Sensor Current State Reading Threshold(Minor,Major,Critical,Shutdown)
---------- -------------- --------------- ------------ ---------------------------------------
P0 PEM Iout Normal 5 A na
P0 PEM Vout Normal 12 V DC na
P0 PEM Vin Normal 244 V AC na
P0 Temp: PEM In Normal 33 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
P0 Temp: PEM Out Normal 31 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
P0 Temp: PEM Int Normal 39 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
P1 PEM Iout Normal 5 A na
P1 PEM Vout Normal 12 V DC na
P1 PEM Vin Normal 243 V AC na
P1 Temp: PEM In Normal 31 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
P1 Temp: PEM Out Normal 30 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
P1 Temp: PEM Int Normal 33 Celsius (80 ,90 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: sTCAM Normal 29 Celsius (65 ,72 ,80 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: Inlet Normal 24 Celsius (55 ,65 ,75 ,80 )(Celsius)
R0 Temp: Outlet Normal 35 Celsius (75 ,80 ,85 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: QFP Die Normal 37 Celsius (100,110,120,125)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: Center Normal 37 Celsius (75 ,80 ,85 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: Oct Die Normal 39 Celsius (100,110,120,125)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: CPU Inlt Normal 29 Celsius (75 ,85 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: CPU VRM Normal 27 Celsius (75 ,85 ,95 ,100)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: CPU Die Normal 33 Celsius (100,110,120,125)(Celsius)
R0 Temp: FC FANS Fan Speed 60% 24 Celsius (25 ,35 ,0 )(Celsius)
P0 Temp: FC FAN0 Fan Speed 60% 24 Celsius (25 ,35 ,0 )(Celsius)
P1 Temp: FC FAN1 Fan Speed 60% 24 Celsius (25 ,35 ,0 )(Celsius)

 

Regards

Boris

Hi,

was your comment about the Power Supply related to #sh log onboard uptime output ?

l have edit it as initially was from another device - my mistake.

thanks and regards

Boris

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