Syslog messages

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Christian Knoblauch, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. Dear Forum,

    I installed the new 12.3. Version on one of my 831er.
    (c831-k9o3sy6-mz.123-4.T2.bin Version 12.3(4)T2) I am playing with
    DMVPN.

    I got the following messages from my syslog daemon, how do I have to
    interpret them. This looks like an error in the NHRP implementation?!
    Thank you!
    Christian



    02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7334: -Process= "NHRP",
    ipl= 0, pid= 96
    02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7333:
    02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7332: Alternate Pool:
    None Free: 0 Cause: No Alternate pool
    02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7331: Pool: I/O Free:
    8228 Cause: Memory fragmentation
    02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7330: 22:56:09:
    %SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 4680 bytes failed from
    0x800EEA7C, alignment 4
    .........
    %ALIGN-3-TRACE: -Traceback= 8055CA3C 80562ABC 80563988 80563AD4
    805648C4 8016B8EC 801700B8 00000000
    02-09-2004 20:39:47 Local7.Error 10.7.7.254 7315: 22:55:43:
    %ALIGN-3-SPURIOUS: Spurious memory access made at 0x8055CA3C reading
    0x34
    02-09-2004 20:39:16 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7314: -Traceback=
    80176C14 80177E14 800EEA80 800EEF6C 800EFC1C 800F1CC4 80562174
    80562584 80563970 80563AD4 805648C4 8016B8EC 801700B8
    02-09-2004 20:39:16 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7313: -Process= "NHRP",
    ipl= 0, pid= 96
     
    Christian Knoblauch, Feb 9, 2004
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  2. On 9 Feb 2004 11:49:07 -0800, (Christian Knoblauch)
    wrote:

    >Dear Forum,
    >
    >I installed the new 12.3. Version on one of my 831er.
    >(c831-k9o3sy6-mz.123-4.T2.bin Version 12.3(4)T2) I am playing with
    >DMVPN.
    >
    >I got the following messages from my syslog daemon, how do I have to
    >interpret them. This looks like an error in the NHRP implementation?!
    >Thank you!
    >Christian
    >
    >
    >
    >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7334: -Process= "NHRP",
    >ipl= 0, pid= 96
    >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7333:
    >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7332: Alternate Pool:
    >None Free: 0 Cause: No Alternate pool
    >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7331: Pool: I/O Free:
    >8228 Cause: Memory fragmentation
    >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7330: 22:56:09:
    >%SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 4680 bytes failed from
    >0x800EEA7C, alignment 4


    Looks like the router is almost out of free memory. "show proc mem"
    can confirm.

    -Terry
     
    Terry Baranski, Feb 10, 2004
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  3. Hi!
    > >02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7330: 22:56:09:
    > >%SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 4680 bytes failed from
    > >0x800EEA7C, alignment 4

    >
    > Looks like the router is almost out of free memory. "show proc mem"
    > can confirm.

    yes, you are right, the router has no free memory any more after one
    and a half day. It seems, that one of the processes doesn't deallocate
    the memory any more.

    I don't have a CCO account yet, are there bugfixes on the cisco
    website or do I have to wait for the new release?

    Best,
    Christian
     
    Christian Knoblauch, Feb 11, 2004
    #3
  4. Christian Knoblauch

    John Switzer Guest

    There seems to be at least one bug, CSCed63477, that's similar -
    837 boots and runs out of mem when using 12.3(6.2)T1 - but it
    was junked, so I suspect that means the user needed more DRAM
    memory to run the image. The IOS upgrade planner says 32MB is
    the minimum for the c831-k9o3sy6-mz.123-4.T2.bin image, but I
    bet that 48 MB is probably the real minimum. How much memory
    does your 831 have?

    Christian Knoblauch wrote:
    > Hi!
    >
    >>>02-09-2004 20:40:14 Local7.Critical 10.7.7.254 7330: 22:56:09:
    >>>%SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 4680 bytes failed from
    >>>0x800EEA7C, alignment 4

    >>
    >>Looks like the router is almost out of free memory. "show proc mem"
    >>can confirm.

    >
    > yes, you are right, the router has no free memory any more after one
    > and a half day. It seems, that one of the processes doesn't deallocate
    > the memory any more.
    >
    > I don't have a CCO account yet, are there bugfixes on the cisco
    > website or do I have to wait for the new release?
    >
    > Best,
    > Christian
     
    John Switzer, Feb 11, 2004
    #4
  5. Hello!

    > There seems to be at least one bug, CSCed63477, that's similar -
    > 837 boots and runs out of mem when using 12.3(6.2)T1 - but it
    > was junked, so I suspect that means the user needed more DRAM
    > memory to run the image. The IOS upgrade planner says 32MB is
    > the minimum for the c831-k9o3sy6-mz.123-4.T2.bin image, but I
    > bet that 48 MB is probably the real minimum. How much memory
    > does your 831 have?

    I have only 32MB!

    When I start the router I have more or less 5MB free memory, after two
    days I have only 1.5MB left. Without using the router!

    Best,
    Christian
     
    Christian Knoblauch, Feb 12, 2004
    #5
  6. Martin Gallagher, Feb 12, 2004
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