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Cisco Bug: CSCum04132 - ACS upgrade to 5.5 leaves system in unbootable state

Last Modified

Feb 15, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Secure Access Control Server Solution Engine

Known Affected Releases

5.4(0.46) 5.5(0.46) 5.6(0.2)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
After upgrading ACS to version 5.5, the system is unable to boot. If you see the console of the device, there is only one word "GRUB".

Conditions:
This problem is seen when ACS started at version 5.3, then upgraded to 5.4 and finally to 5.5.
This could also be seen during an upgrade from 5.4 to 5.5 or from 5.3 to 5.5.

The issue will not be seen if we install the pointed patch that has been released specifically for this error before proceeding with the upgrade. The patches can be found in the link :
http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?mdfid=285954966&flowid=47222&softwareid=282766937&release=5.5.0.46&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest

For upgrade from ACS 5.3, install the patch Pointed-PreUpgrade-CSCum04132-5-3-0-40.tar.gpg
For upgrade from ACS 5.4, install the patch Pointed-PreUpgrade-CSCum04132-5-4-0-46-0a.tar.gpg

Related Community Discussions

upgrade ACS 5.3.0.40.9 to 5.5 patch fails
i tried installing Pointed-PreUpgrade-<key>CSCum04132</key>-5-3-0-40.tar.gpg needed priorly to upgrade to 5.5 with the command: acs patch install Pointed-PreUpgrade-<key>CSCum04132</key>-5-3-0-40.tar.gpg repository tftp result: chmod: cannot access `*.sh': No such file or directory Invalid patch 'Pointed-PreUpgrade-<key>CSCum04132</key>-5-3-0-40.tar.gpg' - missing install.sh % Error: Failure to open / validate the patch what to do?
Latest activity: Feb 21, 2020
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