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Cisco Bug: CSCuj29519 - Plane admin states differ in two clis

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Jan 05, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Network Convergence System 6000 Series Routers

Known Affected Releases

5.0.0.BASE

Description (partial)

Symptom:
After shutting down one fabric plane with cli "controller fabric plane <plane#> shutdown", through "show controller fabric standby plane all" and "show controller fabric plane all" the admin states of the plane are different. 


sysadmin-vm:0_RP0# show controller fabric plane all Tue Apr  28
13:26:49.720 UTC Tue Apr  28 13:26:49.741 UTC
 
Plane Admin Plane    up->dn  up->mcast
Id    State State    counter   counter
--------------------------------------
0     DN    DN             1         3
1     UP    UP             0         3
2     UP    UP             0         3
3     UP    UP             0         3
4     UP    UP             0         3
5     UP    UP             0         3


sysadmin-vm:0_RP0# show controller fabric standby plane all Tue Apr
28 13:26:30.184 UTC Tue Apr  28 13:26:30.205 UTC

Plane Admin Plane    up->dn  up->mcast
Id    State State    counter   counter
--------------------------------------
0     UP    DN             1         3
1     UP    UP             0         3
2     UP    UP             0         3
3     UP    UP             0         3
4     UP    UP             0         3
5     UP    UP             0         3

Conditions:
Shut down one plane with "controller fabric plane <plane#> shutdown" and check plane admin states through both "show controller fabric standby plane all" and "show controller fabric plane all".
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