04-14-2015 12:16 PM
I'm getting this error about once a minute in my syslogs:
Apr 14 10:50:24 2015 hq3600-1 stm: <399803> <ERRS> <hq3600-1 172.30.0.37> An internal system error has occurred at file sapm_gap.c function sapm_gap_read_lms_ap_basic_info line 4471 error ncfg_group_sxdr_read ap_fixed failed: sxdr error.
Not sure when it started.. this is a lab setup with a pair of 3600s in HA. The controllers have been running for a while, but the network gear gets shut down when I'm not using it, to minimize fan noise and wasted power. I brought the stack up this morning, started a Splunk VM to watch the log tail, and noticed this happening.
There was one other message on the Airheads archive where this happened, but the OP opened a TAC case and never followed-up on the forum post. Just wondering if anyone knows what an sxdr is and why it's having a problem reading ap basic info.
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Re: Syslog error from 3600 - should I be concerned?
04-14-2015 02:53 PM
Huh. Didn't know about the syslog guide. Handy. Thanks for pointing that out.
Unfortunately, I think this is an NFR box, so I kinda doubt there's actually a support contract on it. Guess I'll reboot and hope it goes away, and bend the ear of our SE if not.