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6248UP Fabric Interconnect HA functionality not ready

Hey Cisco community,

 

last night I received two "Information" messages from UCS:

Fabric Interconnect A, HA functionality not ready
Fabric Interconnect B, HA functionality not ready

 

A "Resolved" message I didn't received. Now I checked UCS, but can not found any problems:

ucs1-B# sh sys fi
UCSM:
    Running-Vers: 2.2(1d)
    Package-Vers: 2.2(1d)A
    Activate-Status: Ready
ucs1-B# sh clu ex
Cluster Id: 0xba377bdcbbd811e3-0xa77a002a6a7ff0e1

Start time: Wed Jul 16 07:22:22 2014
Last election time: Wed Jul 16 08:08:13 2014

B: UP, PRIMARY
A: UP, SUBORDINATE

B: memb state UP, lead state PRIMARY, mgmt services state: UP
A: memb state UP, lead state SUBORDINATE, mgmt services state: UP
   heartbeat state PRIMARY_OK

INTERNAL NETWORK INTERFACES:
eth1, UP
eth2, UP

HA READY
Detailed state of the device selected for HA storage:
Chassis 1, serial: FOX1736GWMY, state: active
Chassis 2, serial: FOX1736GWKV, state: active
Chassis 3, serial: FOX1815GDW8, state: active
ucs1-B# exit

Can some tell me, what happened? We have four chassis, three are quorum chassis. The only thing I did yesterday, I created two disjoint L2 network and pinned some VLANs to different up-link port-channels. Po10 - VLAN 100, Po66 - VLAN 101,102, 117. Po10 is connected to a test environment with Nexus, Po66 is connected to the productive environment with Catalyst 6509. I can not imaging that is concerning with the HA issue.

Many thanks,

Hugo

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Hallo HugoDon't think that

Hallo Hugo

Don't think that this is related to your disjoint vlan configuration change.

I understand that this was a transient, and no remaining error message exists.

I would you check the error log for any events previous to this one.

Walter.

Beginner

Hi Walter, I've checked the

Hi Walter,

 

I've checked the event log. There are many log every ten minutes from "sys/user-ext" and "sys/pki-ext".

Around 01:13:40 AM and 01:25:40 AM there are some events of the fabric. I attached the event log of that time period. Unfortunately the time stamp format is crashed, so you have to read the log from down to up. :)

I don't understand, why this happens in the night, nobody has triggered that. Are those some "self health check" tasks?

 

/Hugo

Advocate

Hallo HugoDo you see anything

Hallo Hugo

Do you see anything weird under Faults and/or Audit Logs ?

Walter.

Beginner

Sry for the late response.No

Sry for the late response.

No abnormality in audit log. Only the "scom local user" logs in and out for monitoring.

Can you tell me, how I can see old faults in the UCSM? I only the active faults.

 

/Hugo

 

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