Does anyone know what this error means? It suddenly appeared in the log of my ASR9006 with IOS-XR v 4.3.4.
I dont seem to have any routing problems at the moment.
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:Dec 28 01:06:12.531 MET: syslog_dev: mibd_route: RSI lookup by vrf name failed vrf: default error: Bad file descriptor RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:Dec 28 01:06:12.531 MET: syslog_dev: mibd_route: % No matching vrf found
MIBD is mib daemon, someone tried to talk a non existing VRF? Some suspicion or maybe intentional snmp activity.
But surley there is a vrf named default?
The messages seemed to disappear after restarting the mibd_route process.
It occured while our NMS was polling the router, but stoped after the process restart.
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