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CGv6 on VSM: Troubleshooting Guide for Software Installation / Upgrade

 

Introduction

This document talks about how to troubleshoot issues related to installation and upgrade of CGv6 software on VSM service card. It contains installation / upgrade steps to create the context and not to replace the official guide. For official CGv6 on VSM installation guide, please select "Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Router CGv6 Configuration Guide" for the specific IOS-XR release and use the appropriate section from VSM specific guide. Also, it does not cover VSM hardware installation.

 

Overview of CGv6 on VSM Software

 

ASR9K chassis can have different types of cards, like -

  • Route Processors (RP) or Route Switch Processor (RSP)
  • Line Card (LC)
  • Service Card (SC) like, Virtualized Services Module (VSM)

 

Following diagram shows what type of Software runs on which cards.

 

VSM_sw_locations.png

 

As shown above, VSM card runs 2 types of Software - IOS-XR and Linux.

 

CGv6 software functionality is distrubuted across all types of cards (RP, VSM as well as LC) as well as both types of Software (IOS-XR and Linux).

 

Following images are mandatory to install on ASR9K chassis to avail CGv6 functionality.

 

  • IOS-XR Images
    • asr9k-mini-px.vm or asr9k-mini-px.pie (Base IOS-XR Image)
    • asr9k-services-infra.pie (VSM Services Infra Pie)
    • asr9k-services-px.pie (CGv6 Services Pie)
    • asr9k-fpd-px.pie (FPGA Image IOS-XR Pie)
  • Linux Image
    • asr9k-vsm-cgv6-<version>.ova (Linux Open Virtual Appliance or OVA package, a tar file)

 

NOTES:- For IOS-XR, bug fixes are available as SMU (Software Maintenance Update) as well.- For Linux images, there is NO SMU available. A new version of OVA package needs to be installed.- Size of Linux OVA package is approximately 250+ MB.

1. Different Installation / Upgrade Scenarios

Following table captures different Installation / Upgrade Scenarios and which software needs to be upgraded.

 

ScenarioSoftware to be Installed / Upgraded (in what sequence)Additional Comments

Install (fresh) CGv6 software on VSM on existing IOS-XR release image

 

Assumptions:

- Services pies are not yet installed

- CGv6 OVA package is not yet installed

Steps:

 

- Install services-infra pie

- Install services pie (CGv6)

- Upgrade FPGA images (if needed)

- Install CGv6 OVA Package

  • It is recommended to install IOS-XR binaries first and then Linux CGv6 OVA package.
  • Multiple IOS-XR pies can be installed using single command as well.

Upgrade CGv6 software on VSM to a new IOS-XR release

 

Assumptions:

- Services pies are already installed (with existing IOS-XR s/w)

- Old Linux OVA Package is installed

Steps:

 

- Upgrade IOS-XR images

- Upgrade services-infra pie (with new IOS-XR version)

- Upgrade services (CGv6) pie (with new IOS-XR version)

- Upgrade FPGA images (with new IOS-XR version), if needed.

- de-activate, uninstall old Linux CGv6 OVA package.

- Upgrade to new Linux CGv6 OVA package.

  • It is recommended to install IOS-XR binaries first and then Linux CGv6 OVA package.
  • Multiple IOS-XR pies can be upgraded using single command as well.
IOS-XR bug fix / enhancement feature- Install IOS-XR SMUSome bug fix may need XR SMU as well as Linux CGv6 OVA package installation. In that case, it is recommended to install IOS-XR SMUs first and then new CGv6 OVA package.
Linux bug fix / enhancement feature- Upgrade to New Linux CGv6 OVA packageSome bug fix may need XR SMU as well as Linux CGv6 OVA package installation. In that case, it is recommended to install IOS-XR SMUs first and then new CGv6 OVA package.

 

 

2. Information about Linux CGv6 OVA Package for each IOS-XR Release

CGv6 Application Image is delivered via Linux CGv6 OVA Package binaries.

 

Following table lists Linux CGv6 OVA Package (latest) for each IOS-XR Release. Appropriate Linux CGv6 OVA Package can be downloaded from the "download link" shown in the table. Download Linux CGv6 OVA Package needs to be saved on RP disk (prior to installation).

 

Please use the compatible and preferably latest Linux CGv6 OVA Package binary corresponding to the IOS-XR image. Otherwise, CGv6 Application software may not work or work as expected.

 

IOS-XR VersionLinux CGv6 OVA Package Version (with Download Link)OVA Filename, Date of Posting, MD5 ChecksumAdditional Comments
5.1.15.1.1.00

asr9k-vsm-cgv6-5.1.1.00.ova

- Posted on: Feb 5, 2014

- md5:

6735e598f29984aaa48f173ad16d8309

 

 

NOTE: While downloading Linux CGv6 OVA Package, please make sure- you are downloading the right binary from right location- MD5 Checksum and (approximate) size matches after download

 

 

Installation / Upgrade of Different Images

 

3. Installation of IOS-XR Images

IOS-XR Images can be downloaded from Download Software Center.

 

Please follow the standard procedure to install / upgrade IOS-XR images.

 

As an example, following steps can be followed to install CGv6 Services pie.

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0#admin
(admin)#install add t
ftp://<tftp_addr>/<image_location>/asr9k-services-px.pie
        synchronous activate
. . . . . . . . . . . 
(admin)#exit 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0#
NOTES:- "install add ..." command needs to be executed from "admin" mode- "add" and "activate" commands are to be preferably given together- Pie can first be copied to RP disk and then installed from RP disk as well- Unlike ISM, "hw-module service cgn location <>" CLI is NOT needed for VSM
 

4. Upgrade FPGA Images

An important aspect is to upgrade the FPGA images. At times, FPGA images may get updated because of some bug fix. If the FPGA is not updated, certain functionality may not work. Hence, please upgrade FPGA images as well, if needed.

 

As a first step, please capture output of  "show hw-module fpd location <VSM_location>" command (in "admin" mode) for all VSM cards. The output will show like the following.

 

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:CRANE#admin show hw-module fpd location 0/0/CPU0
===================================== ===========================================
                                      Existing Field Programmable Devices
                                      ===========================================
                                        HW                       Current SW Upg/
Location     Card Type                Version Type Subtype Inst   Version   Dng?
============ ======================== ======= ==== ======= ==== =========== ====
0/0/CPU0     A9K-VSM-500                1.0    lc   cbc      0     33.02     No
                                               lc   fpga2    0      1.25     No
                                               lc   bios     0      3.00     Yes
                                               lc   ibmc     0      5.07     No
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NOTES:

1.  One or more FPD needs an upgrade or a downgrade.  This can be accomplished

    using the "admin> upgrade hw-module fpd <fpd> location <loc>" CLI.

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:CRANE#

 

"S/w Upg / Dng" column will indicate if any FPGA would need upgrade ("Yes") or not ("No").

 

For those FPGAs, issue "upgrade hw-module fpd <Subtype> location <VSM_location>" command to upgrade the image(s).

 

Once the FPGAs are upgraded, please ensure that the VSM card is reloaded and the FPGA version shows correctly (via "show hw-module fpd location <VSM_location>" command, in "admin" mode).

 

NOTE: You can enable auto FPD upgrade by configuring "fpd auto-upgrade" command in admin config mode (available from release 4.2.3 onwards).

 

5. Installation and Activation of Application (Linux) Image

Before executing any VM (Virtual Service) related commands, virtual service needs to be enabled on ASR9K router, using the "virtual-service enable" CLI.

 

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ios(config)#virtual-service enable 
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ios(config)#commit 

 

NOTE:
- It needs to be executed only once for ASR9K, NOT for each VSM card.

 

As mentioned earlier, as a first step, Linux CGv6 OVA Package needs to be copied to RP disk, as shown below.

 

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:CRANE#copy tftp://200.123.114.26/auto/tftp-blr-users/foobar/asr9k-vsm-cgv6.ova disk1:/
Destination filename [/disk1://asr9k-vsm-cgv6.ova]?
Copy : Destination exists, overwrite ?[confirm]
Accessing tftp://200.123.114.26/auto/tftp-blr-users/foobar/asr9k-vsm-cgv6.ova
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
393290312 bytes copied in    816 sec (   481946)bytes/sec
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:CRANE#

 

Now that the CGv6 OVA package is copied to RP's disk, it can be installed on multiple VSM service cards on same chassis.

 

NOTE:
- You do NOT need to remove any XR (say, CGv6) configuration before installing the Linux CGv6 OVA Package. Once the installation is over, existing XR configuration will automatically be applied.

- When you are upgrading CGv6 OVA Package, you need to first de-activate, uninstall old CGv6 OVA package and then install, activate new CGv6 OVA Package.

 

Once, the CGv6 OVA is copied into RP disk, "virtual-service install name <service/VM name> package <OVA package name> node <VSM_location>" command can be issued, to install it on a specific VSM card. Logs are shown below.

 

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#dir disk0:*ova*
Tue Dec 24 15:23:24.360 UTC
Directory of disk0:
28770063    -rwx  257996800   Mon Dec 23 20:59:41 2013  vsmcgv6.ova
12101599232 bytes total (9311405056 bytes free)
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#virtual-service install name cgn1 package disk0:/vsmcgv6.ova node 0/1/CPU0
Tue Dec 24 15:23:43.000 UTC
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:23:43.018 :
service_mgr[1122]: %OS-SMGR-6-VM_INSTALL_STATUS :
'Install' of service VM 'cgn1' is in progress and will continue asynchronously.
Please use 'show virtual-service list' for viewing the status

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#sh virtual-service list
Tue Dec 24 15:23:49.453 UTC

Virtual Service List:

Name                   Status            Package Name             Node Name   
______________________________________________________________________________
cgn1                   Installing        vsmcgv6.ova               0/1/CPU0    

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:24:35.988 : licmgr[306]:
%LICENSE-LICMGR-7-CLIENT_NORESPONSE : License client "pkg/bin/service_mgr" failed to respond
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:24:53.636 : service_mgr[1122]:
%OS-LIB_VMAN-5-UNSIGNED_PACKAGE : Unsigned software package vsmcgv6.ova loaded for service container cgn1.

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#sh virtual-service list
Tue Dec 24 15:25:07.671 UTC
Virtual Service List:
Name                   Status            Package Name             Node Name   
______________________________________________________________________________
cgn1                   Installing        vsmcgv6.ova              0/1/CPU0    

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:30:26.050 : licmgr[306]:
%LICENSE-LICMGR-7-CLIENT_NORESPONSE : License client "pkg/bin/service_mgr" failed to respond
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:30:46.520 : service_mgr[1122]:
%OS-SMGR-6-VM_INSTALL_STATUS : 'Install' of service VM 'cgn1' completed successfully
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#sh virtual-service list
Tue Dec 24 15:34:15.736 UTC

Virtual Service List:

Name                   Status            Package Name             Node Name   
______________________________________________________________________________
cgn1                   Installed         vsmcgv6.ova              0/1/CPU0    

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#

 

NOTE:

- It may take approximately 7-8 minutes for the installation to be completed. So, please be patient.

Once, the "Status" is shown as "Installed", installation process is completed. Now, it is time to activate the OVA package.

 

NOTE:
- Activation is done in "config" mode.
- As part of Activation, XR interfaces associated with the CGv6 VM MUST be specified.

 

Activation command is shown below.

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#conf
Tue Dec 24 15:34:20.385 UTC
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config)#virtual-service cgn1
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/0
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/1
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/2
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/3
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/4
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/5
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/6
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/7
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/8
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/9
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/10
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# vnic interface TenGigE0/1/1/11
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)# activate
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)#commit
Tue Dec 24 15:34:38.080 UTC

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:34:38.236 : service_mgr[1122]: %OS-SMGR-3-VM_LICENSING_FAIL :
VM (cgn1) Licensing Failed with error: ('License Manager' detected the 'warning' condition
'Licensed feature does not exist')

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:29.096 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Client MSG process: Message from Server of type REGISTER

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:29.096 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Server MSG Version 1.0, Client API version 1.0

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:29.096 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Notify register response for tid 1: descr=VM activated event=1 vm=cgn1

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:29.265 : config[65881]: %MGBL-CONFIG-6-DB_COMMIT :
Configuration committed by user 'lab'.
Use 'show configuration commit changes 1000001545' to view the changes.
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)#
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)#

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:30.048 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Client MSG process: Message from Server of type REGISTER

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:30.048 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Server MSG Version 1.0, Client API version 1.0

LC/0/1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:30.048 : forge_cgn_ha_agent[190]: %LIB-VMANCLNT-7-VMAN_DEBUG :
Notify register response for tid 1: descr=VM up event=4 vm=cgn1

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1(config-virt-service)#end
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:Dec 24 15:35:47.349 : config[65881]: %MGBL-SYS-5-CONFIG_I :
Configured from console by lab

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#sh virtual-service list
Tue Dec 24 15:35:50.161 UTC
Virtual Service List:

Name                   Status            Package Name             Node Name   
______________________________________________________________________________
cgn1                   Activated         vsmcgv6.ova              0/1/CPU0    

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#

 

NOTE:

- It may take approximately 1 minute for the activation to be completed. So, please be patient.

Once, the "Status" is shown as "Activated", activation process is completed. Now, you can proceed with CGv6 configuration (if not done earlier).

 

 

 

6. Tips / Things to Remember for Installation / Upgrade

 

Following are different things to remember during Installation / Upgrade:

 

  • Once CGv6 Services Pie is installed, IOS-XR software on all VSM cards is upgraded.
  • "virtual-service enable" CLI MUST be executed once before configuring any CGv6 VM.
  • "hw-module service cgn location <>" CLI is NOT needed for VSM.
  • To install/upgrade Linux CGv6 OVA Package, "virtual-service ..." CLIs MUST be executed once for each VSM location.
  • Multiple CGv6 VMs / services cannot be installed / activated on same VSM service card.
  • Make sure that you are using right (matching with IOS-XR image) and uncorrupted (valid MD5 checksum and size) Linux CGv6 OVA Package.
  • Installation and activation of Linux CGv6 OVA Package takes approximately 8-10 minutes. So, please be patient.
  • Do NOT forget to upgrade FPGAs (if needed).
  • Software installation / upgrade will cause some traffic outage. Hence, it is better to do it in a Maintenance Window (MW) or off-hours.

 

7. How do I know CGv6 Application S/w Version on VSM ?

 

Version name will usually be part of the OVA package filename. In case the file is renamed, please issue "show virtual-service detail name <>" IOS-XR CLI command for the specific CGv6 VM / service (as shown below) which will provide the CGv6 Application version information. If there are multiple VSM cards in one ASR9K Chassis, same command needs to be executed for all VSM locations.

 

"Installed Version:" field (under "Application") will provide the CGv6 Application S/w version on VSM (e.g. - "5.1.1.0" in the following sample output).

 

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#show virtual-service detail name cgn1
Tue Dec 24 15:38:20.951 UTC
Virtual Service cgn1 Detail
  State                   : Activated
  Node name               : 0/1/CPU0
  Node status             : Install Mgr Ready, SDR Mgr Ready
  Package information
    Name                  : vsmcgv6.ova
    Path                  : disk0:/vsmcgv6.ova
    Application
      Name                : CGv6
      Installed version   : 5.1.1.0
      Description         : Carrier Grade IPv6 (CGv6)
    Signing
      Key type            : Unknown Package
      Method              : SHA1
    Licensing
      Name                : Not Available
      Version             : Not Available

  Activated profile name  : None

  Resource reservation
   Disk   : 10000MB
   Memory : 32768MB
   CPU    : 75 (system CPU %)
   VCPU   : 60

  Attached devices
  #             Type Name      Alias
  1         Watchdog None      None
  2            CDROM hdc       ide0-1-0
  3              HDD hda       DD_10GB_UM_local
  4       Serial/aux None      serial1
  5     Serial/shell None      serial0
  6              NIC net1      net1
  7              NIC net1      net1
  8              NIC net1      net1
  9              NIC net1      net1
  10             NIC net1      net1
  11             NIC net1      net1
  12             NIC net1      net1
  13             NIC net1      net1
  14             NIC net1      net1
  15             NIC net1      net1
  16             NIC net1      net1
  17             NIC net1      net1

Network interfaces:
    Name
    TenGigE0/1/1/0
    TenGigE0/1/1/1
    TenGigE0/1/1/2
    TenGigE0/1/1/3
    TenGigE0/1/1/4
    TenGigE0/1/1/5
    TenGigE0/1/1/6
    TenGigE0/1/1/7
    TenGigE0/1/1/8
    TenGigE0/1/1/9
    TenGigE0/1/1/10
    TenGigE0/1/1/11

  Resource admission (without profile)
    Disk space            : 10000MB
    Memory                : 32768MB
    CPU                   : 100% system CPU
    VCPUs                 : 60 (sockets:3 cores:10 threads:2)

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#

 

8. How can I know CGv6 Application Software Version from the CGv6 OVA Package without installing it ?

 

Usually, the CGv6 OVA Package filename will contain the version in its name itself.

 

9. How do I find out MD5 Checksum of a Linux CGv6 OVA Package ?

 

MD5 (Message Digest 5) Checksum of Linux install-kit (for that matter, any file) can be obtained using "md5sum" utility on Linux and "md5" utility on IOS-XR, as shown below.

NOTE: It takes about few seconds to calculate MD5 checksum on Linux, but takes about 2 minutes on IOS-XR (RP).

 

On Linux Machine:

linux_host# md5sum ./asr9k-vsm-cgv6-5.1.1.0.ova                      
47c05d10745da32c7b4f791adeeef618  ./asr9k-vsm-cgv6-5.1.1.0.ova

 

On IOS-XR (RP):

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:CRANE#run   
Fri Nov 29 23:00:24.362 UTC
# md5 /disk1:/asr9k-vsm-cgv6-5.1.1.0.ova
47c05d10745da32c7b4f791adeeef618
# exit

 

10. Is there any command to check the Status of Installation / Activation while it is going on ?

 

Yes, you can use "show virtual-service list <>" CLI to see the status of Installation / Activation from time to time, as shown below.

 

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#show virtual-service list 
Tue Dec 24 15:23:49.453 UTC
Virtual Service List:
Name                   Status            Package Name             Node Name   
______________________________________________________________________________
cgn1                   Installing        vsmcgv6.ova              0/1/CPU0    
RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:SERVICE_PE2_1#

 

11. What files are included within the OVA package ?

 

Following table lists and describes the files located inside the OVA package.

 

Sl. No.FilenameDescription / Purpose
1.vsmcgv6_ism-os-5.3-x86_64.isoISO Image for CGv6 Application Binary
2.vsmcgv6.xmlContains h/w resource information about the CGv6 service VM
3.vsmcgv6.verVirtual Manager Infra-structure version (set to 1.5 for 5.1.1 release)
4.vsmcgv6.certX.509 Certificate
5.

vsmcgv6.mf

Manifest file containing SHA1 message digests
6.vsmcgv6.mf2Manifest file containing SHA512 message digets
7.vsmcgv6.envOVA Metadata file

 

 

12. What are the different states / status a Virtual Service can have ?

 

A Virtual Service or VM can have one of the following states / status.

 

Virtual Service State / StatusMeaning of State / Status
InstallingVirtual Service or VM is being installed (which includes verification and copying of OVA package into the specified location)
Installed

Virtual Service or VM is installed (which includes verification and copying of OVA package into the specified location)

Install FailedVirtual Service or VM installation has failed as part of reload or recovery action. For initial installation, this state / status is not used.
ActivatingVirtual Service or VM is being activated / instantiated.
ActivatedVirtual Service or VM is activated / instantiated. Once the VM is activated, CGv6 Application processes get started. It takes little more time for the CGv6 Application processes to be up and running and ready to process packets.
DeactivatingVirtual Service or VM which was activated earlier is being deactivated now (via "no activate" CLI).
DeactivatedVirtual Service or VM which was activated earlier is deactivated now (via "no activate" CLI).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cisco Employee

Important issue that we had was that we had to add TFTP to allowed traffic for the management-plane for the install to complete

 

control-plane
 management-plane
  inband
   interface all
    allow TFTP
   !
Cisco Employee

Hi Beandrew,

Yes it was day one behavior of MPP which is fixed now. Initially MPP do not include any special VRF in its consideration but through DDTS CSCut56161, we have changed the design.

Fix is available from 5.3.2 release onwards.

Thanks

Nitin Pabbi

New Member

Am facing the below

RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:ios#admin upgrade hw-module fpd cbc force location 0/1/CPU0 Tue Mar 22 23:15:14.021 UTC

 

   CBC UPGRADE TAKES APPROX. 3 - 5 MINUTES TO COMPLETE

   AFTER THE IMAGE IS WRITTEN, THE CBC IS RESET AUTOMATICALLY TO

   ACTIVATE THE NEW IMAGE. NO ACTION IS REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE THE NEW

   CBC IMAGE. PROGRESS STATUS WILL BE PRINTED APPROX. ONCE EVERY 60 SECONDS.

Continue? [confirm]

 

FPD upgrade started.

 

FPD upgrade in progress on some hardware, reload/configuration change on those is not recommended as it might cause HW programming failure and result in RMA of the hardware.

 

 

 

Starting the upgrade/download of following FPD:

 

=========== ==== ======= ======= =========== =========

                                   Current    Upg/Dng

Location    Type Subtype Upg/Dng   Version    Version

=========== ==== ======= ======= =========== =========

0/1/CPU0    lc   cbc     upg        33.2        33.5

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

 

FPD upgrade sent to location node0_1_CPU0

 

FPD upgrade completed for location node0_1_CPU0 % Failed to upgrade 1 FPD for A9K-VSM-500 on location 0/1/CPU0

 

 

FPD upgrade has ended.