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Software distribution problem with RME 4.2 regarding flash size

Hello I'm updating the software on about 200 3750 stacks. During the verification process I'm used to get a warning with the messages swim1132,1201 and 1106. But jobs run then successfully.

But sometimes the verification step fails with the SWIM1200 error. That is a litte strange because all the switches have the same flash size of 15998976 bytes.

The error messages are in the attachment.

I woult be very happy, if somebody can give me an advice.

Markus Schwendimann

Basel, Switzerland

  • Network Management
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Cisco Employee

Re: Software distribution problem with RME 4.2 regarding flash s

This is CSCsu49349.  The bug is fixed in RME 4.3.  The workaround is to go to RME > Software Mgmt > Software Repository, then click on the name of the image.  Reduce its required flash size down one setting (i.e. make the requirement 8 MB).  This will allow the image to deploy properly.

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Re: Software distribution problem with RME 4.2 regarding flash s

Hi Joe

Thanks for the tip but ....

I tried to change the "minimum flash value" in der sw repository. But it doesn't work. If I change the value,click ok and then click again on the name of the image then I see still the old value. I do that with admin rights.

Markus

Cisco Employee

Re: Software distribution problem with RME 4.2 regarding flash s

You need to click the Update button in the file attributes dialog.

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Re: Software distribution problem with RME 4.2 regarding flash s

Many thanks, it's all ok now. The obvious will always be easily overlooked.

Kind regards, Markus

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