Has anyone seen something similar because I am puzzled as to best course of action.
6509 with 2 x SUP720. Slot 5 SUP reports temp problem and shuts down, but takes the entire switch with it (PSU's go OUTPU FAIL). Second Sup works fine with first removed from system. It has been working fine for nearly a year.
73: *Apr 23 07:10:04: %C6KENV-SP-2-MAJORTEMPALARM: module 5 asic-6 temperature crossed threshold #2(=105C). It has exceeded allowed operating temperature range.
74: *Apr 23 07:10:04: %C6KENV-SP-2-SHUTDOWN_SCHEDULED: shutdown for module 5 scheduled in 60 seconds
75: *Apr 23 07:11:04: %C6KENV-SP-2-SHUTDOWN: shutdown module 5 now because of asic-6 temperature.
1) High temp onboard ASIC forcing Sup 720 to go down, that means the ASIC chip is heating up more than redundant sup, so it can be considered as faulty and have the Sup engine replaced
2) Not failing over to secondary sup is pointing that the redundancy is not working properly. have the configs checked (SSO should be enabled). Make sure you have the same image of IOS installed on both sup engines.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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