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FAQ - What is the meaning of log An LSA is aged in logbuffer of ME60 and what is the proper solution for clearing it

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  87 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
ME60 version: V600R002C06SPC100
On the ME60, we can find below logs in the logbuffer, what's the meaning? and how to clear it?
#2012-1-25 15:33:11+09:00 smelac-td1 OSPF/4/AGNLSA:OSPF TrapID1.3.6.1.2.1.14.16.2.13: An LSA is aged. (LsdbAreaId=0.0.0.0, LsdbType=5, LsdbLsid=210.131.87.240, LsdbRouterId=202.219.9.114, ProcessId=30, RouterId=10.201.1.121, InstanceName=[OCTET])
#2012-1-25 15:33:10+09:00 smelac-td1 OSPF/4/AGNLSA:OSPF TrapID1.3.6.1.2.1.14.16.2.13: An LSA is aged. (LsdbAreaId=0.0.0.0, LsdbType=5, LsdbLsid=210.131.87.240, LsdbRouterId=202.219.9.114, ProcessId=30, RouterId=10.201.1.121, InstanceName=[OCTET])
#2012-1-25 15:32:40+09:00 smelac-td1 OSPF/4/AGNLSA:OSPF TrapID1.3.6.1.2.1.14.16.2.13: An LSA is aged. (LsdbAreaId=0.0.0.0, LsdbType=5, LsdbLsid=210.131.87.240, LsdbRouterId=202.219.9.114, ProcessId=30, RouterId=10.201.1.121, InstanceName=[OCTET])

Alarm Information
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Handling Process
A:
The log means: the LSA is advertized by the device 202.219.9.114, the route which ls id is 210.131.87.240 is flapping, the flapping causes this LSA aged.

How to clear the log: the route flapping will interrupt the service, customer need to check why the route is flapping on device 202.219.9.114 and stop it, after stopping the flapping, the log won't be shown anymore.



Root Cause
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Suggestions
this FAQ case also match other versions of ME60.

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