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Hi,
I’m not export in Cisco IOS. Right now my Cisco has some error occur. I use this one for learning IOS command. I'm not sure what wrong with it but some time it happen. Normally this error happens when I change some Cisco configuration. Have any one help me solve it?
If this error course from memory error, may be I upgrade memory on my cisco.

This is error message that show on console.

Thanks,
Katawut

RamRouter#
========= Dump bp = 8123DD14 ======================

8123DC14:      43E 80E081CC 812A4708 8123DC68 803BF8BC        0 30000009
0
8123DC34:        0        0        0        0        2        0       2C 809DDB4
8
8123DC54:        0 80E081CC 8123DC70        0 8123DC74 8123DCA0 803BD02C       5
8
8123DC74:        0 8123DC90        2        1        0 80A7F590 80146290 8123DCB
0
8123DC94: 8123DCE8 8123DCA0        0        0        0        0        0
0
8123DCB4:        0        0        0        0        0        0        0
0
8123DCD4:        0        0        0        0 90000005 8123DCF0 800C0090 8123DCF
8
8123DCF4: 800BF888 8123DD00 800BF16C        0 803DE9B8 FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FD0110D
F
8123DD14: AB1234CD       43 8126180C 80B513FC 80100060 8123E0CC 8123AE1C      1C
8
8123DD34:        0 800FFD54 DEADBEEF 800FFD54 800EA684  D0D0D0D 80F4C330 80E085E
C
8123DD54:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DD74:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DD94:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DDB4:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DDD4:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DDF4:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
========= Dump bp->next = 8123E0CC ======================

8123DFCC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123DFEC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E00C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E02C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E04C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E06C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E08C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E0AC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123E0CC: AB1234CD FFFFFFFE        0 80B22604 805F5450 8123E130 8123DD28 8000001
E
8123E0EC:        1  D0D0D0D        0        0        0        0        0
0
8123E10C:        0        0        0        0        0        0        0
0
8123E12C: FD0110DF AB1234CD       36 81271CD0 80B573A4 803E1D2C 8123F8CC 8123E0E
0
8123E14C: 80000BBA        1  D0D0D0D FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFF
F
8123E16C: FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFF
F
8123E18C: FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFF
F
8123E1AC: FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFF
F
========== Dump bp->previous = 8123AE1C =====================

8123AD1C:        0        1        0        0 8123AD78        0        0
0
8123AD3C:        0        0        0        0 FD0110DF AB1234CD       35 812713F
8
8123AD5C: 80A7D874 800B6FCC 8123AE08 8123AC88 80000048        1 80121C48  D0D0D0
D
8123AD7C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AD9C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123ADBC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123ADDC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D04028
8
8123ADFC: 90180183 7015800D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AE1C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AE3C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AE5C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AE7C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AE9C:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AEBC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0
D
8123AEDC:  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D  D0D0D0D AB1234CD FFFFFFFE   FFFFF
F
8123AEFC: FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF FFFFFFF
F
============================================


%Software-forced reload

Queued messages:
00:28:00: %SYS-3-LOGGER_FLUSHING: System pausing to ensure console debugging out
put.

00:27:55: validblock_diagnose, code = 3
00:27:55:
current memory block, bp = 0x8123DD14,
memory pool type is Processor
00:27:55: data check, ptr = 0x8123DD3C
00:27:55:
next memory block, bp = 0x8123E0CC,
memory pool type is Processor
00:27:55: data check, ptr = 0x8123E0F4
00:27:55:
previous memory block, bp = 0x8123AE08,
memory pool type is Processor
00:27:55: data check, ptr = 0x8123AE30
00:28:00: %SYS-3-BADBLOCK: Bad block pointer 8123DD14
-Traceback= 803BE758 803BF4AC 803BD02C 803BDD80 800EA214 800D1EB0 800CE1AC 800CF
560 800D0160 800D6FD4 800E9CF8 800BF2F4 800BF2B4
00:28:00: %SYS-6-MTRACE: mallocfree: addr, pc
 81248D20,80121E04 81248D20,40000012 81249680,800EA260 81249680,3000001E
 80FF960C,800EA210 80FF960C,40000012 80FF95C0,80121E04 80FF95C0,40000012
00:28:00: %SYS-6-MTRACE: mallocfree: addr, pc
 81281660,800EA260 81281660,3000001E 80FF9574,800EA210 80FF9574,40000012
 80FF9528,80121E04 80FF9528,40000012 80F4EDC4,800EA260 80F4EDC4,30000018
00:28:00: %SYS-6-BLKINFO: Corrupted previous pointer blk 8123DD14, words 456, al
loc 80100060, Free, dealloc 800FFD54, rfcnt 0
-Traceback= 803BBD04 803BE768 803BF4AC 803BD02C 803BDD80 800EA214 800D1EB0 800CE
1AC 800CF560 800D0160 800D6FD4 800E9CF8 800BF2F4 800BF2B4
00:28:00: %SYS-6-MEMDUMP: 0x8123DD14: 0xAB1234CD 0x43 0x8126180C 0x80B513FC
00:28:00: %SYS-6-MEMDUMP: 0x8123DD24: 0x80100060 0x8123E0CC 0x8123AE1C 0x1C8
00:28:00: %SYS-6-MEMDUMP: 0x8123DD34: 0x0 0x800FFD54 0x0 0x0

Unexpected exception to CPU vector 700, PC = 803D84B0
-Traceback= 803D84B0 803BE788 803BF4AC 803BD02C 803BDD80 800EA214 800D1EB0 800CE
1AC 800CF560 800D0160 800D6FD4 800E9CF8 800BF2F4 800BF2B4


=== Flushing messages (07:28:02 UTC Mon Mar 1 1993) ===

Queued messages:
00:28:8589934591: %SYS-3-LOGGER_FLUSHING: System pausing to ensure console debug
ging output.

00:28:01: %SYS-3-LOGGER_FLUSHED: System was paused for 00:00:01 to ensure consol
e debugging output.
Free space check for flash:crashinfo_19930301-002802 failed (-1/14523)

*** System received a SIGTRAP exception ***
signal= 0x5, code= 0x700, context= 0x80ef40d8
PC = 0x803d84b0, Vector = 0x700, SP = 0x80db8ee8

System Bootstrap, Version 11.3(2)XA4, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Copyright (c) 1999 by cisco Systems, Inc.
TAC:Home:SW:IOS:Specials for info

C2600 platform with 24576 Kbytes of main memory

program load complete, entry point: 0x80008000, size: 0x52d104
Self decompressing the image : #################################################
######################################################## [OK]

Smart Init is enabled
smart init is sizing iomem
  ID            MEMORY_REQ                 TYPE
000091          0X00092280 C2600 single Ethernet
000022          0X00063D80 Quad port U interface Multi-BRI
                0X000F3BB0 public buffer pools
                0X00211000 public particle pools
TOTAL:          0X003FABB0

If any of the above Memory Requirements are
"UNKNOWN", you may be using an unsupported
configuration or there is a software problem and
system operation may be compromised.
Rounded IOMEM up to: 4Mb.
Using 16 percent iomem. [4Mb/24Mb]

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Rights clause at FAR sec. 52.227-19 and subparagraph
(c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer
Software clause at DFARS sec. 252.227-7013.

           cisco Systems, Inc.
           170 West Tasman Drive
           San Jose, California 95134-1706



Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
IOS (tm) C2600 Software (C2600-I-M), Version 12.2(12f), RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Copyright (c) 1986-2003 by cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Thu 12-Jun-03 17:35 by pwade
Image text-base: 0x8000808C, data-base: 0x809E1C14

cisco 2610 (MPC860) processor (revision 0x203) with 20480K/4096K bytes of memory
.
Processor board ID JAD03460207 (2845821145)
M860 processor: part number 0, mask 49
Bridging software.
X.25 software, Version 3.0.0.
Basic Rate ISDN software, Version 1.1.
1 Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s)
4 ISDN Basic Rate interface(s)
Integrated NT1's for 4 ISDN Basic Rate interfaces
32K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.
8192K bytes of processor board System flash (Read/Write)



Press RETURN to get started!


00:00:10: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Ethernet0/0, changed state to up
00:00:11: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Ethernet0/0, changed s
tate to up
00:00:13: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/0:1, changed stat
e to down
00:00:13: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/0:2, changed stat
e to down
00:00:15: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/1:1, changed stat
e to down
00:00:15: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/1:2, changed stat
e to down
00:00:15: %LINK-5-CHANGED: Interface BRI1/2, changed state to administratively d
own
00:00:15: %LINK-5-CHANGED: Interface BRI1/3, changed state to administratively d
own
00:00:16: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/2, changed state
to down
00:00:16: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface BRI1/3, changed state
to down
00:00:17: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from memory by console
00:00:17: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface BRI1/1, changed state to up
00:00:17: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface BRI1/0, changed state to up
00:00:18: %LINK-5-CHANGED: Interface Dialer1, changed state to administratively
down
00:00:20: %SYS-5-RESTART: System restarted --
Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
IOS (tm) C2600 Software (C2600-I-M), Version 12.2(12f), RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Copyright (c) 1986-2003 by cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Thu 12-Jun-03 17:35 by pwade
00:00:20: %SNMP-5-COLDSTART: SNMP agent on host RamRouter is undergoing a cold s
tart
00:00:21: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Ethernet0/0, changed s
tate to down

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Sounds like bug CSCdz67233 related to your BRI interfaces.
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Below are all the IOS releases affected by this particular bug.

12.2(1)
12.2(1a)
12.2(1b)
12.2(1c)
12.2(1d)
12.2(1r)
12.2(10d)
12.2(10r)
12.2(10)
12.2(10a)
12.2(10b)
12.2(10c)
12.2(12e)
12.2(12f)
12.2(12g)
12.2(12h)
12.2(12)
12.2(12a)
12.2(12b)
12.2(12b)M1
12.2(12c)
12.2(12d)
12.2(13b)M1
12.2(13b)M2
12.2(13c)
12.2(13)
12.2(13a)
12.2(13b)
12.2(16c)
12.2(16)
12.2(16a)
12.2(16b)
12.2(17)
12.2(17a)
12.2(19)
12.2(19a)
12.2(2r)
12.2(3f)
12.2(3)
12.2(3a)
12.2(3b)
12.2(3c)
12.2(3d)
12.2(3e)
12.2(3g)
12.2(5d)
12.2(5c)
12.2(5)
12.2(5a)
12.2(5b)
12.2(6b)
12.2(6c)
12.2(6c)M1
12.2(6d)
12.2(6e)
12.2(6f)
12.2(6f)M1
12.2(6g)
12.2(6h)
12.2(6i)
12.2(6j)
12.2(6r)
12.2(6)
12.2(6a)
12.2(7c)
12.2(7d)
12.2(7e)
12.2(7f)
12.2(7g)
12.2(7r)
12.2(7)
12.2(7a)
12.2(7b)
12.2(8r)
 
 
 
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