I'm having an issue with several switches that were previously deployed with 2 power supplies per switch. I have since re-purposed these switches and I'm only running them with 1 power supply but the switch keeps displaying the amber light and throwing out errors in the logs that the PSU is not responding.
The switches have been re-provisioned, config wiped, rebooted multiple times, code upgraded to 3.6.5.
-I have tried shutting down the power slot 1B and still get the error
This is what it reads:
-- ------------------ ---------- --------------- ------- ------- ----- 1A PWR-C1-1100WAC DTN2027V0L2 OK Good Good 1100 1B Not Present
%PLATFORM_STACKPOWER-4-REDUNDANCY_LOSS: Switch 1's power stack lost redundancy and is now operating in power sharing mode
I can't seem to find anything out there on how to resolve this issue; I'm hoping you guys can help! :)
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