After upgrading 2 Nexus 5000 the uC version differs
We have replaced a defect hardware this week and we got following answer from Cisco TAC about the difference in the uC version:
The uC is a very little code which helps loading kickstart image. It's a kind of BIOS if you like. It has nothing to do with the system image (for example n5000-uk18.104.22.168.N1.1.bin). So on the new card you got a new version of it.
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