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K-Series logs "Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC" messages

  • 1.  K-Series logs "Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC" messages

    Posted 12-05-2013 14:22
    Article ID: 14274

    Products
    K-series, firmware 8.02.01.0012 and lower

    Symptoms
    Hardware interrupt message "Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC" appears on local console and in syslog ('show support'), but not in the debug messageLog ('show support').

    For example:10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 1, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 2, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 3, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 4, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 5, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 6, value= 0x1#015
    10.20.46.13 Dune[11.dTcmTask]Petra[1] Received Interrupt PETRA_QDR_ECC
    instance 0, count 7, value= 0x1#015[/code]Cause
    The message reports a false error condition.

    Solution/Workaround
    Upgrade to firmware 8.11.03.0005 or higher, which suppresses these harmless messages.

    Pre-upgrade workaround: Ignore the message(s). There is no negative impact.