CHASSISD_VOLTAGE_READ_FAILED

The CHASSISD_VOLTAGE_READ_FAILED message is reported into the system message file whenever the chassis control process (chassisd) is not able to read voltage data from a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU). This article documents an approach to troubleshoot this problem.

The problem related to this syslog message is described in the following sections:

The CHASSISD_VOLTAGE_READ_FAILED message is reported into the system message file whenever the chassis control process (chassisd) is not able to read voltage data from a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU).

When the chassis control process (chassisd) is not able to read voltage data from a FRU it generates these messages.
Below are examples of these messages. The FRU for which the process could not get the voltage information is listed in the message.

The failure to read the voltage information from an FRU can be due to hardware failure on the FRU, a faulty connection between the midplane and the FRU or a fault in the slot Rev.

  • Review the message to determine the FRU that may be faulty.
  • During a maintenance window, reseat the affected FRU.
  • If the messages no longer occur, then the messages were due to a faulty connection.
  • If the messages continue, swap the FRU with a similar FRU in a different slot.
  • If the messages follow the FRU, then the FRU has failed. If the messages stay with the slot, then the slot is faulty.

If the messages were due to a faulty connection, monitor the router for a reoccurrence of the issue.

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