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Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

 
CA1025692
Occasional Visitor

Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

After reconfiguring the network te switch autoreboots after each boot.
I attach the output.
How can I reload the system default values ??
How can I debug the problem ??
Is ther any boot variable that may help ?? This is what I can get pressing Escape during the boot.

The output in the console is like this:

The system is coming up, please wait...
Checking system RAM - press any key to stop test

Checking memory address: 02900000
System RAM check terminated by keyboard
System RAM check colete
Press escape within 4 seconds to enter boot interface.
Booting "IDE w/ XFS" image.
Entry point at 0x00800000 ...

Linux/PPC load:
BootROM command line: quiet
Uncompressing Linux...done.
Now booting the kernel
cardmgr: starting, version is 3.1.29
cardmgr: watching 2 sockets
cardmgr: socket 0: ATA/IDE Fixed Disk
cardmgr: executing: 'modprobe ide_cs'
cardmgr: executing: './ide start hda'
cardmgr: exiting
Attempting to find a root file system on hda1...
INIT: version 2.78 booting
(none)
INIT: Entering runlevel: 3
SIOCADDRT: No such device
(none): Host name lookup failure
(none): Host name lookup failure
SIOCADDRT: No such device
pdcheck: info: found new pd in MTD: mtd_ts=1064221270 WDTD Mon Sep 22 09:01:10 2
003, cf_ts=1064218080
pdcheck: WARNING: panicdump: number of files maxed out
Platform System Module (rev. 1) is loaded.





before arwr=0x30,rd=0xa,sts=0x1
after arb (2): wr=0x30,rd=0xa,sts=0x1 (standby)

PCI: Enabling device 00:01.0 (0000 -> 0003)
PCI: Enabling device 00:02.0 (0000 -> 0003)




Proxy: ip2ipc started (run=1, rc=0), debug=0
Proxy: ipc2ip started (rc=0)



Fabric OS ((none))


(none) console login: SIOCADDRT: Invalid argument
Switch instance 0 Created with domain ID 6.
Fibre Channel driver instance 0 created.




Switch instance 1 Created with domain ID 7.
Fibre Channel driver instance 1 created.



Fabric OS ((none))


(none) console login: admin
SNMP Research SNMP Agent Resident Module Version 15.3.1.4
Copyright 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
, 2001 SNMP Research, Inc.
Enter Switch Number to Login <0 or 1>: 0
Password: SNMP Research SNMP Agent Resident Module Version 15.3.1.4
Copyright 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
, 2001 SNMP Research, Inc.

*****************************************************************
Logging into STANDBY CP, not all commands are fully supported !!
*****************************************************************


0x40a (fabos): Switch: 0, Info HAMKERNEL-HTBT_DOWN, 4, Heartbeat down
0x232 (fabos): Switch: 0, Info FSSME-PEER_SVC_NOT_IN_OPR, 4, Peer Service not
in operation: chassis:0

0x232 (fabos): Switch: 0, Info FSSME-PEER_SVC_NOT_IN_OPR, 4, Peer Service not
in operation: fcsw:1

ip.c:226:Invalid gateway IP address 0.0.0.0
0x232 (fabos): Switch: 0, Info FSSME-PEER_SVC_NOT_IN_OPR, 4, Peer Service not
in operation: fcsw:0


Broadcast message from root Mon Sep 22 09:02:48 2003...



********************************************************************
Warning: Control Processor (CP) has changed state to Active.
All Active commands are available now.
********************************************************************

sysctrld: all se 0x227 (fabos): Switch: 0, Warning rvices Standby
HAMKERNEL-WARNING, 3, HAM ham.c:437

MADPASSW06:admin>
MADPASSW06:admin>
MADPASSW06:admin>
MADPASSW06:admin> logout


Fabric OS ((none))


(none) console login: 0x2dc (fabos): Switch: 1, Info ZONE-DB_RESTORE_TIME, 4,
Zone-DB size (0) bytes. Wallclock Restore time (0) milli-sec .


0x28a (fabos): Switch: 0, Info ZONE-DB_RESTORE_TIME, 4, Zone-DB size (0) bytes
. Wallclock Restore time (1) milli-sec .


kSWD:Detected unexpected termination of: ''snmpd:1'RfP=859,RgP=859,DfP=0,die
d=1,rt=58332,dt=48986,to=50000,aJc=6832,aJp=0,ac=-952047000,abiJp=0,aSeq=1,kSeq=
0,kJc=0,kJp=0,J=9346,rs=2'

0x35b (fabos): Switch: 0, Critical kSWD-kSWD_GENERIC_ERR_CRITICAL, 1, kSWD: De
tected unexpected termination of: ''snmpd:1'RfP=859,RgP=859,DfP=0,died=1,rt=
58332,dt=48986,to=50000,aJc=6832,aJp=0,abiJc=-952047000,abiJp=0,aSeq=1,kS
pid: 859, process: snmpd
flags: 324, pending sigs: 0
exit_code: 0, exit_sig: 17
parent_sig: 0
kSWD: Prepare to reboot/failover in a moment...
kSWD: will reboot/failover in 55 seconds
kSWD:Detected unexpected termination of: ''snmpd:1'RfP=859,RgP=859,DfP=0,die
d=1,rt=58332,dt=48915,to=50000,aJc=6832,aJp=0,abiJc=-952047000,abiJp=0,aSeq=1,kS
eq=0,kJc=0,kJp=0,J=9417,rs=2'

pid: 859, process: snmpd
flags: 324, pending sigs: 0
exit_code: 256, exit_sig: 17
parent_sig: 0
kSWD: Prepare to reboot/failover in a moment...
0x232 (fabos): Switch: 0, Critical FSSME-LOCAL_COMP_NOT_IN_OPR, 1, Local compo
nent not in operation: snmp fcsw:1

0x227 (fabos): Switch: 1, Critical SYSC-ERROR, 1, sysc_svc.c:2640:fcsw{1}:SI_S
T_ACTIVATING

uSWD: Received Data Collection Notification ==== 0x28a (fabos): Switch: 0, Info
=======
ZONE-DB_RESTORE_TIME, 4, Zone-DB size (0) bytes. Wallclock Restore time (0) mill
i-sec .


0x227 (fabos): Switch: 0, Info HAMKERNEL-ERROR_NOTIFICATION, 4, Error notifica
tion received: sysctrld
5 REPLIES 5
Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

After reconfiguring what - SAN (network) or the switch? Did you reconfigure switch?

pdcheck: WARNING: panicdump: number of files maxed out

Eugeny
CA1025692
Occasional Visitor

Re: Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

We only changed the network config with ipaddrset: IP & Gtwy (LAN) and then got the problem. When you execute this command, you are prompted to choose the CPs (processors) or the Switches (logical switch 0 or 1). We changed both.

I think that te problem arise when the SNMP deamon fails.

Thanks in advance
antonio
Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

I would call HP for help. This switch works on some kind of unix and maybe expert help on its configuration is required to help you
Eugeny
Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

Ah yes... it works on Linux "Uncompressing Linux..."!
Eugeny
CA983621
Occasional Visitor

Re: Boot problem on a Brocade Core switch 2/64

Login as root to the 2/64 and run df and check to see if what your filesystems capcaities are there should be 2 filesystems
/ &
/mnt

One is active filesystem other is root. if / is full that could be your problem. This has been known to be caused by management software SanPoint Control so on
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