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Remove chassis decomission fails

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Is there a way I can "kill" the FSM process so I can get passed this instance?

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Re: Remove chassis decomission fails

Robert,

Welcome to the community!

You are hitting the following bug: CSCul17331   and you will need to move the IOM cables to other ports in the FI, unfortunately the chassis will get discover with a new ID and the old ID will still remain in UCSM as a ghost chassis but the fix for that bug in on 2.2 which is expected to be released this quarter (but this date might change anytime with no further notice).

Let us know if this workaround helps.

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-Kenny

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Re: Remove chassis decomission fails

Robert,

Welcome to the community!

You are hitting the following bug: CSCul17331   and you will need to move the IOM cables to other ports in the FI, unfortunately the chassis will get discover with a new ID and the old ID will still remain in UCSM as a ghost chassis but the fix for that bug in on 2.2 which is expected to be released this quarter (but this date might change anytime with no further notice).

Let us know if this workaround helps.

Rate ALL helpful answers.

-Kenny

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Remove chassis decomission fails

Hi Keny, Thank you for the response. We now have 4 chassis's available for use. However, the "ghost" chassis still exists. Is there a method available to remove that chassis other than installing UCS Manager 2.2(1a)? Or do we have to wait for the new release? And will the new release correct the existing decommission issue we are seeing?

Remove chassis decomission fails

Robert,

There are just a very few cases attached to that bug but I checked them and there is a possibility to run an script to remove that chassis.  Open a TAC case and make reference to this thread so that the engineer can check one of those cases and see that there a possibility to remove the ghost chassis ID.

Good luck!

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-Kenny

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