"The Cisco UCS Manager discovered the chassis with only one link in the first attempt although the chassis discovery policy is configured for four links. Until the discovery is successful with that link, the remaining links cannot be marked as active."
Check what your chassis discovery policy is set to, seems like it is set to 4 links. You need to change it to meet the amount of links that you have connected, which seems like 1 link. Make the change in the discovery policy and then re-acknowledge the chassis.
2) Otherwise, can you try to unconfigure your 8 server ports and then re-configure them as server ports. What is the outcome?
3) If no improvement, can you power down the chassis, re-seat the IOMs, and then power the chassis back up. What is the outcome?
4) If all of this doesn't work, I suggest that you open a TAC case, reference this forum thread and the engineer can have a live troubleshooting session with you. Also let me know the TAC case number and i'll work with the engineer behind the scenes.
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