Who can tell me what the following error exactly means? I receive this since a couple of days every 10 minutes.
I know I can set the threshold higher then the default (10), but that looks my not the solution.
NP CSRAM has 12 error events, exceeding configured threshold for interfaces 2/1 to 2/2.
I have a Brocade 2024C router with a 2x10G module.
Best answer by Deep Bakul Bhojani
This is a recorded defect. The below description is from 5.6.0g release notes.
Frequent syslog messages similar to: -
NP CSRAM has 20 error events, exceeding configured threshold for interfaces 2/3 to 2/4.
Over long-term operation of the CES/CER platform, some unused entries of a table in the CSRAM may repeatedly be interpreted as causing an error. The conditions which cause this message do not have an effect on system performance or the handling of packets.
Workaround: Configure system np control-ram-threshold 30.
Fix: Please upgrade to NI 05.6.00g, NI 05.7.00e, NI 05.8.00c and NI 05.9.00.for fix.