S-Series f/w 7.71.01.0010 logs CBond Nvram error in Syslog

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Products
S-Series, firmware 7.62.01.0009 and higher 

Changes
Booting the system onto v7.6x or higher firmware for the first time. 

Symptoms
Seeing a "CBondNvram: Bad NVRAM csum" error in Syslog and Message Log ('show support'); for example:

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Message     5/70      Syslog Message            07.71.01.0010     04/04/2012 18:03:57
       <3>Bond[4.tusrAppInit]CBondNvram: Bad NVRAM csum 00; 00:01:00:00 - 00:00
       :00:00:00:00

Cause
This is due to the Virtual Chassis/Switch Bonding (VSB) area of NVRAM being found uninitialized, expected upon the first use of a VSB-aware firmware image. It may occur regardless of actual VSB configuration. 

Solution
This message is harmless, requiring no user action, if seen under the stated conditions.
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