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9606R Virtual-Stackwise SUP Question

Hey all,

 

Have a pair of 9606R switches in a virtual-stackwise pair.  Did a downgrade from 17.1.1 to 16.12.02 on the pair recently, things are fine operationally.  I understand that in a virtual-stackwise pair even if each switch has redundant Supervisor modules that only a single SUP is used.  That being said, when you console into the unused SUP on each unit I'm seeing the below message and want to verify this is normal behavior.

 

***BOOT FAIL***: Rommon invalid or timeout.

 

The show module and version looks solid and each appear to have the 16.12.02 SW version loaded on them as well as the 17.1.1[FC2] Bootloader firmware.  I just want to validate again that this is expected behavior and don't have any nasty surprises waiting down the line. 

 

Thank you!

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Re: 9606R Virtual-Stackwise SUP Question

Hi,

You may want to open a ticket with Cisco and validate the error message since Stackwise virtual specially with quad sup is relatively new on the 9600. Also, I see a bug idea associated with the error message. Now, this is mainly on the 9500 series but it could effect the 9600. Also, 

 

https://quickview.cloudapps.cisco.com/quickview/bug/CSCvm11474

 

HTH

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Re: 9606R Virtual-Stackwise SUP Question

Console into the supervisor card and reboot.
We want to see what it is doing.
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