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Automatically restored from Stackwise Virtual recovery mode

DaeHeon Kang
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Hi,

 

I am considering upgrade software image for Catalyst 9500 running on my customer site.

Two switches are running in Stackwise Virtual domain.

What is the new version of C9500 IOS-XE which supports automatically restoring from Stackwise Virtual recovery mode?

The only way to restore the recovery mode with the current image version on m is reboot.

 

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Francesco Molino
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Hi

In 16.12, if a dual active scenario is seen, the switch stays in recovery until the vsl is recovered and they reboot itself automatically.


Thanks
Francesco
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Reza Sharifi
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The recovery mode requires a reboot.

have a look:

Recovery Actions

A Cisco StackWise Virtual active switch that detects a dual-active condition shuts down all of its non-SVL or non-DAD interfaces to remove itself from the network. The switch then waits in recovery mode until the SVLs recover. You should physically repair the SVL failure and the switch automatically reloads and restores itself as the standby switch. To enable the switch to remain in recovery mode after restoring the SVL links, see Disabling Recovery Reload section.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst9500/software/release/16-12/configuration_guide/ha/b_1612_ha_9500_cg/configuring_cisco_stackwise_virtual.html

HTH

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