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For any like me that was awaiting some of the fixes in Patch 4 and jumped on and downloaded it, please be aware it has been deferred and removed from CCO due to a bug/problem it introduces. Bug is CSCvt18276
According to my CCO notification, the expected replacement - Patch 5 - is due approx 12 Mar
Anyway, hope that information helps someone...
the expected replacement - Patch 5 - is due approx 12 Mar
12 March 2020? Is there enough time to test if Patch 5 fixes CSCvt18276 and, most importantly, not break anything else?
NOTE: ISE 2.6, patch 4 bring back "old memories" of the very, very short-lived ISE 2.4, patch 2 (ISE 2.4 Patch 2 Release Now Available).
Thanks so much for this heads up! We were going to install patch 4 this morning. (had already downloaded it.) Thankfully I saw this bug in my weekly Cisco email...
@Leo Laohoo In this case, which version is stable...relatively? I was gonna patch mine, but now I guess I need to wait a little bit.
@Leo Laohoo wrote:
@Marvin Rhoads wrote:
Did you get a BugID from the TAC?
No, @Marvin Rhoads.
In order to stabilize the cluster, we had to roll back (and remove) patch 6.
I'll pass on the Bug ID when TAC shares it with us.
Update: 23 April 2020
TAC has identified the issue to be CSCvt18276 which has re-emerged in patch 6.
I guess the next step is to wait for TAC to release a fix/patch to patch 6?
Sev 1 Catastrophic bug with 88 support cases re-appears!!!
So much for regression testing.
Thanks for sharing the BugID @Leo Laohoo