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Brocade - Control Processor (CP) Blade failed, and High Availability (HA) is non-redundant

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Applies to

  • Brocade DCX
  • Brocade DCX-4S
  • Brocade DCX 8510-4
  • Brocade DCX 8510-8
  • Brocade X6-4
  • Brocade X6-8

Issue

  • During a reboot process (unexpected or scheduled), the stand-by CP Blade will experience a failure and cause HA to be non-redundant.
  • errdump -a output will mark the blade as faulty,  and hashow will confirm that high availability is not operating.

Examples:

Switchname:admin> errdump -a

2020/03/23-14:16:38, [EM-1033], 2226, SLOT 6 | CHASSIS, ERROR, switchname, CP in Slot 7 set to faulty because CP ERROR asserted.

2020/03/23-14:16:53, [EM-1047], 2227, SLOT 6 | CHASSIS, INFO, switchname, CP in slot 7 not faulty, CP ERROR deasserted.

2020/03/23-14:20:03, [EM-1033], 2228, SLOT 6 | CHASSIS, ERROR, switchname, CP in Slot 7 set to faulty because CP ERROR asserted.

2020/03/23-14:20:18, [EM-1047], 2229, SLOT 6 | CHASSIS, INFO, switchname, CP in slot 7 not faulty, CP ERROR deasserted.

 

Switchname:admin> hashow   
 Local CP (Slot 6, CP0): Active, Warm Recovered   
 Remote CP (Slot 7, CP1): Non-Redundant 
  

 

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