2:1400=ABCA init 13 status -7 info 3

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Miguel_Sanchez
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2:1400=ABCA init 13 status -7 info 3

Post by Miguel_Sanchez » 29 Oct 2014 12:56

Hi guys.

We upgraded a virtual OXE server from R10.1 to R11.0 and it has been showing these incident

"2:1400=ABCA init 13 status -7 info 3"

Everything is working as it is supposed to but this error keeps appearing every second, or at least a lot every minute.
Our client has this main OXE embeded in an HP server with several (5) remote PCS's. I started to check the problem by myself and it turns out its about something of the ABCA server, it's kind of rare because they dont have an ABC network. This is what i could find, if someone could help me with this i would be very greathfull.

Incident number (q to quit):1400

INCIDENT NUMBER: 1400
Network indicator: Alcatel 4400
OBJECT CLASS: Dhs3x_node
EVENT TYPE: ProcessingErrorAlarm (10)
PROBABLE CAUSE: Unknown (0)
SEVERITY: Major

"ABCA init P1 status P2 info P3"
"P1 :"
" 0 : remad_map error"
" 1 : rgn_allocate"
" 2 : actor_priority"
" 3 : thread_priority"
" 4 : port_create"
" 5 : actor_except"
" 6 : thread_create"
" 7 : thread_delete"
" 8 : thread_contexte"
" 9 : ipc_reply"
" 10 : ReceveMsg"
" 11 : ipc_send from abca server"
" 12 : abort of abca server"
" 13 : ipc_send to abca server"
"P2 : Status of return of the previously defined function."
"P3 :more info for status."
"Error when initializing abca actor"
"Error while the abca actor was being initialized."
"Risk of functioning in damaged mode."
"no operator action required";

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Re: 2:1400=ABCA init 13 status -7 info 3

Post by tgn » 29 Oct 2014 15:35

i think abca is not for networking between nodes. it is a server process for 4059 attendant.

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Re: 2:1400=ABCA init 13 status -7 info 3

Post by Miguel_Sanchez » 29 Oct 2014 17:04

Thank you, we figured out it has something to do with the 4630 voice mail.

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