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Cisco Ace Failed to boot

Dears,

i have a Cisco Ace Module,

when i tried to creat new context i got disk0: read error, i formated the disk0, after the format finished the modulte rebooted to ROMMON mode,

System Bootstrap, Version 12.2[123],

Copyright (c) 1994-2009 by cisco Systems, Inc.

Slot 1 : Running DEFAULT rommon image ...

.ACE platform with 1048576 Kbytes of main memory

.Loading disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_3.bin.  Please wait ....

file(disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_3.bin) open error

loadprog: error - on file open

boot: cannot load "disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_3.bin"

rommon 1 > dev

Devices in device table:

        id  name

bootflash:  boot flash                

    disk0:  ATA disk 0                

    eprom:  eprom                     

rommon 3 > dir disk0:

Directory of disk0:

rommon 4 >   

---------------------------

when i tried to boot the module from Cisco 6500 SW

6509(config)#boot device module 1 sup-bootdisk:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_3.bin

Failed to set boot device module 1

Failed to set boot device.

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Cisco Employee

Cisco Ace Failed to boot

Darwish,

From the output I can see disk0: is empty, so there is no image for the module to boot from.

And on 65K: "Failed to set boot device module 1"

This error usually occurs due to communication failure between the module and the chassis backplane.

Couple of things you can try if you haven’t already –

  • Reseat the module.
  • Try the module in a different slot.

Hope that helps

~Santhosh

Community Member

Hi. Sorry for my english.The

Hi. Sorry for my english.

The problem wit this is that MUST be disk0: not a sup-bootdisk o anything...

My problem was the same:

Router(config)#boot device module 2 sup-bootdisk:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_5.bin
Failed to set boot device module 2
Failed to set boot device.


Then, I was installed a PCMCIA card, copied the software and:

Router(config)#boot device module 2 disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_5.bin        
Device BOOT variable = disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_5.bin

Then, into the ACE:

rommon 2 > boot eobc:
.Probing SUP for RP number...
Received SUP RP number via PF DB: 1
boot string configured on SUP is "disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A2_3_5.bin"
.
Download Start
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

And so on...

 

Brgds

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/interfaces_modules/services_modules/ace/vA2_3_0/configuration/administration/guide/admgd/upgrade.html#wp1051170

 

 

 

 

Cisco Employee

Hi Brgds,Did module reload

Hi Brgds,

Did module reload with image fine now and you still need any assistance? And yes it should be disk0 but this is disk0 for sup.

Regards,

Kanwal

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Cisco Ace Failed to boot

Darwish,

You may open a case with TAC to try to load the image from the switch since it looks it does not have any image currently

Jorge

Community Member

Hi,If you are using Nexus

Hi,

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