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Node in boot loop with Device(s) in slot missing, attempting to recover it

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Applies to

  • AFF A700
  • PCI expansion card

Issue

  • During boot, continuous boot loop due to failed PCIe device
 
Configuring Devices ...
Device(s) in slot missing, attempting to recover it.
System is resetting.

  • In the example system showed card in slot 1 missing in output of sysconfig -a

Cluster::> node run -node Node1 sysconfig -a

        slot 0: Intel USB EHCI Adapter u0b (0xa2c12000)
        slot 2: 1G/10G Ethernet Controller CNA EP 8324
               (Multiple Dual-port, QLogic CNA 8324(8362) rev. 2)
               e2d MAC Address:    d0:39:ea:49:09:33 (auto-unknown-fd-down)
               e2c MAC Address:    d0:39:ea:49:09:32 (auto-unknown-fd-down)
               e2b MAC Address:    d2:39:ea:48:7b:54 (auto-10g_sr-fd-up)
               e2a MAC Address:    d2:39:ea:48:7f:dc (auto-10g_sr-fd-up)
Previously seen
 
        slot 0: Intel USB EHCI Adapter u0b (0xa2c12000)
        slot 1: FC Host Adapter 1a (Emulex XE501 rev. 1, N-port, <UP>)
        slot 2: 1G/10G Ethernet Controller CNA EP 8324
                (Multiple Dual-port, QLogic CNA 8324(8362) rev. 2)
                e2d MAC Address:    d0:39:ea:49:0a:3a (auto-unknown-fd-down)
                e2c MAC Address:    d0:39:ea:49:0a:39 (auto-unknown-fd-down)
                e2b MAC Address:    d2:39:ea:48:7b:3c (auto-10g_sr-fd-up)
                e2a MAC Address:    d2:39:ea:48:82:bd (auto-10g_sr-fd-up)
 
 
 
 
 

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