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Old September 9th 03, 08:10 AM
Patrick Young
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Default Fabric OS - switch won't initialize?

We have a EMC DS-16B switch that boots, however never gets
to be in an online and ready state. At the prompt most
commands reveal "Switch not ready", and subsequent
logins produce the message "WARNING: switch still
initializing - please wait".

The problem is it *never* finishes initializing. Forcing
it online using the front panel shows an online status in
switchshow, however this makes no difference as the switch
remains "not ready".

The boot sequence looks like this:

-TELNET-I-ESCAPE, Escape character is ^]

Fabric OS (tm) Release v2.4_test

login: passed.

Running Port Register Test .... passed.

Running Central Memory Test ... passed.

Running CMI Test .............. passed.

Running CAM Test .............. passed.

Running Port Loopback Test .... passed.
Fail to get secure mode from flash.

Fail to restore security mode.

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
fabric: Principal switch
fabric: Domain 1
http: no file system
nscam_init: Name Server Cache Mgr initialized
ns_init: Name Server initialized
0x102525e0 (tThad): Jan 4 00:36:21
WARNING FW-STATUS_SWITCH, 3, Switch status changed from HEALTHY/OK
to Marginal/Warning

errshow simply displays the above status change message, and
switchstatusshow the following:

The overall switch status is Marginal/Warning
Contributing factors:
* Switch Offline triggered the Marginal/Warning status

Many thanks for any pointers in troubleshooting this problem.

The task display is:

NAME ENTRY TID PRI STATUS PC SP
ERRNO DELAY
---------- ------------ -------- --- ---------- -------- --------
------- -----
tExcTask _excTask 103fc540 0 PEND 107e5860 103fc8a0
3d0001 0
tLogTask _logTask 103fa5b0 0 PEND 107e5860 103fa910
0 0
tRestart _restartTask 10306a30 0 PEND+T 107e5860 10306dc0
3d0004 45
tShell _shellTask 103019f0 1 READY 1079e900 10301c70
c0002 0
tRlogind _rlogind 1036ca20 2 PEND 1079b5b8 1036cfe0
0 0
tTelnetd _telnetd 10368520 2 PEND 1079b5b8 10368a90
0 0
tTelnetOutT_telnetOutTa 102fc850 2 READY 1079b5b8 102fce60
0 0
tTelnetInTa_telnetInTas 102f8b90 2 READY 1079b440 102f9220
0 0
tTimers _timerTask 1034bbc0 10 READY 107b5e90 1034c100
0 0
tErrLog _errLogTask 10ffbf90 20 PEND 107e5860 10ffc330
0 0
tNetTask _netTask 103969a0 50 READY 1079bf58 10396d80
0 0
tSwitch _switchTask 1035d270 80 SUSPEND 107912ec 1035d9d0
3d0002 0
tPBmenu _menuTask 1033fee0 90 PEND 107e5860 103402b0
0 0
tReceive _portRxTask 1031e620 95 PEND 107e5860 1031e9c0
0 0
tTransmit _portTxTask 1031d070 95 PEND 107e5860 1031d410
0 0
tPortmapd _portmapd 10360dd0 100 PEND 1079b5b8 10361230
16 0
tFabric _fabricTask 10261e20 100 PEND 107e5860 10262200
3d0004 0
tFspf _fspfTask 10251030 100 PEND 107e5860 102513d0
0 0
tRt 104bc910 101d63c0 105 PEND 107e5860 101d6750
0 0
tRcs 104bf690 101cc1e0 105 PEND 107e5860 101cc680
0 0
tFcph _fcphTask 102daf70 120 READY 107e5860 102db300
3d0004 0
tFcp _fcpTask 102cfac0 150 READY 107e5860 102cfe50
3d0004 0
tSnmpd 107d3290 10254360 150 PEND 1079b5b8 102550b0
0 0
tHttpD _WC_START_We 1024a3c0 150 PEND 1079b5b8 1024a840
0 0
tNSd _ns_svr 101b42f0 150 PEND 107e5860 101b46d0
3d0002 0
tTSd 10610b50 101c13c0 151 PEND 107e5860 101c1810
0 0
tNSCAM _ns_cam 10164b70 151 PEND 107e5860 10164f00
0 0
tLoad _loadTask 102633d0 160 DELAY 107920ac 102636d0
0 254
tThad _thad 102525e0 160 READY 107920ac 102528e0
0 0
tFaScn 105236a0 10191f80 161 PEND 107e5860 10192310
0 0
tThFru 104da5f0 10151e00 161 PEND 107e5860 10152190
0 0
tRapid _rapid 102ce510 170 PEND 1079b5b8 102ce9b0
d0003 0
tRan 10661450 102bccb0 170 PEND+T 1079c548 102bd370
3d0001 94
tRanscn 10662c80 102b7680 170 PEND 107e5860 102b7c10
0 0
tSRL _nssrl_svr 1015b430 170 PEND 107e5860 1015b7c0
0 0
tSLAP 1060fe80 1026cba0 200 PEND 107e5860 1026cf30
0 0

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Old September 10th 03, 09:13 AM
Ramcke545
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You didn't mention how it got to this state. Is this a standalone switch or
is part of a multiswitch fabric. Did it just fail one day or did it stop
working after making a change to the switch/fabric? The firmware appears to
be out of date also. I believe the current switch major firmware rev is 2.6,
your is at 2.4. Give us some more details.




"Patrick Young" wrote in message
...
We have a EMC DS-16B switch that boots, however never gets
to be in an online and ready state. At the prompt most
commands reveal "Switch not ready", and subsequent
logins produce the message "WARNING: switch still
initializing - please wait".

The problem is it *never* finishes initializing. Forcing
it online using the front panel shows an online status in
switchshow, however this makes no difference as the switch
remains "not ready".

The boot sequence looks like this:

-TELNET-I-ESCAPE, Escape character is ^]

Fabric OS (tm) Release v2.4_test

login: passed.

Running Port Register Test .... passed.

Running Central Memory Test ... passed.

Running CMI Test .............. passed.

Running CAM Test .............. passed.

Running Port Loopback Test .... passed.
Fail to get secure mode from flash.

Fail to restore security mode.

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
fabric: Principal switch
fabric: Domain 1
http: no file system
nscam_init: Name Server Cache Mgr initialized
ns_init: Name Server initialized
0x102525e0 (tThad): Jan 4 00:36:21
WARNING FW-STATUS_SWITCH, 3, Switch status changed from HEALTHY/OK
to Marginal/Warning

errshow simply displays the above status change message, and
switchstatusshow the following:

The overall switch status is Marginal/Warning
Contributing factors:
* Switch Offline triggered the Marginal/Warning status

Many thanks for any pointers in troubleshooting this problem.

The task display is:

NAME ENTRY TID PRI STATUS PC SP
ERRNO DELAY
---------- ------------ -------- --- ---------- -------- --------
------- -----
tExcTask _excTask 103fc540 0 PEND 107e5860 103fc8a0
3d0001 0
tLogTask _logTask 103fa5b0 0 PEND 107e5860 103fa910
0 0
tRestart _restartTask 10306a30 0 PEND+T 107e5860 10306dc0
3d0004 45
tShell _shellTask 103019f0 1 READY 1079e900 10301c70
c0002 0
tRlogind _rlogind 1036ca20 2 PEND 1079b5b8 1036cfe0
0 0
tTelnetd _telnetd 10368520 2 PEND 1079b5b8 10368a90
0 0
tTelnetOutT_telnetOutTa 102fc850 2 READY 1079b5b8 102fce60
0 0
tTelnetInTa_telnetInTas 102f8b90 2 READY 1079b440 102f9220
0 0
tTimers _timerTask 1034bbc0 10 READY 107b5e90 1034c100
0 0
tErrLog _errLogTask 10ffbf90 20 PEND 107e5860 10ffc330
0 0
tNetTask _netTask 103969a0 50 READY 1079bf58 10396d80
0 0
tSwitch _switchTask 1035d270 80 SUSPEND 107912ec 1035d9d0
3d0002 0
tPBmenu _menuTask 1033fee0 90 PEND 107e5860 103402b0
0 0
tReceive _portRxTask 1031e620 95 PEND 107e5860 1031e9c0
0 0
tTransmit _portTxTask 1031d070 95 PEND 107e5860 1031d410
0 0
tPortmapd _portmapd 10360dd0 100 PEND 1079b5b8 10361230
16 0
tFabric _fabricTask 10261e20 100 PEND 107e5860 10262200
3d0004 0
tFspf _fspfTask 10251030 100 PEND 107e5860 102513d0
0 0
tRt 104bc910 101d63c0 105 PEND 107e5860 101d6750
0 0
tRcs 104bf690 101cc1e0 105 PEND 107e5860 101cc680
0 0
tFcph _fcphTask 102daf70 120 READY 107e5860 102db300
3d0004 0
tFcp _fcpTask 102cfac0 150 READY 107e5860 102cfe50
3d0004 0
tSnmpd 107d3290 10254360 150 PEND 1079b5b8 102550b0
0 0
tHttpD _WC_START_We 1024a3c0 150 PEND 1079b5b8 1024a840
0 0
tNSd _ns_svr 101b42f0 150 PEND 107e5860 101b46d0
3d0002 0
tTSd 10610b50 101c13c0 151 PEND 107e5860 101c1810
0 0
tNSCAM _ns_cam 10164b70 151 PEND 107e5860 10164f00
0 0
tLoad _loadTask 102633d0 160 DELAY 107920ac 102636d0
0 254
tThad _thad 102525e0 160 READY 107920ac 102528e0
0 0
tFaScn 105236a0 10191f80 161 PEND 107e5860 10192310
0 0
tThFru 104da5f0 10151e00 161 PEND 107e5860 10152190
0 0
tRapid _rapid 102ce510 170 PEND 1079b5b8 102ce9b0
d0003 0
tRan 10661450 102bccb0 170 PEND+T 1079c548 102bd370
3d0001 94
tRanscn 10662c80 102b7680 170 PEND 107e5860 102b7c10
0 0
tSRL _nssrl_svr 1015b430 170 PEND 107e5860 1015b7c0
0 0
tSLAP 1060fe80 1026cba0 200 PEND 107e5860 1026cf30
0 0



 




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