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IO FPGA fails to upgrade on Cisco Nexus switches

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Applies to

  • Cisco Nexus 3232C
  • Cisco Nexus 92300YC
  • Cisco Nexus 9336C-FX2

Issue

While updating the EPLD image on the switch models in the "applies to" section, the IO FPGA EPLD device shows as the device is programming the upgrade; however, post reboot the device does not show the updated version:


switch1# install epld bootflash:n9000-epld.9.3.4.img module 1
Compatibility check:
Module Type Upgradable Impact Reason
------ ----------------- ---------- ---------- ------
 1 SUP Yes disruptive Module Upgradable
Retrieving EPLD versions.... Please wait.
Images will be upgraded according to following table:

Module  Type   EPLD             Running-Version   New-Version  Upg-Required
------  ----  -------------     ---------------   -----------  ------------
     1   SUP  MI FPGA                   0x9        0x12            Yes
     1   SUP  IO FPGA                   0x9        0x12            Yes


The above modules require upgrade.
The switch will be reloaded at the end of the upgrade
Do you want to continue (y/n) ? [n] y
Proceeding to upgrade Modules.
Starting Module 1 EPLD Upgrade

Module 1 : MI FPGA [Programming] : 100.00% (     64 of      64 sectors)
Module 1 : IO FPGA [Programming] : 100.00% (     64 of      64 sectors)
Module 1 EPLD upgrade is successful.
Module Type Upgrade-Result
------ ------------------ --------------
 1 SUP Success
Module 1 EPLD upgrade is successful.

Output after reboot:

switch1# show version module 1 epld
EPLD Device Version
---------------------------------------
MI FPGA 0x12
IO FPGA 0x9

 

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