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Cisco Bug: CSCvh98912 - Git734: DNAC upgrade fails w/ sftp-service not found & pod updates may not add or remove containers

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Aug 09, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Enterprise Module (APIC-EM)

Known Affected Releases

DNAC1.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Upgrade of a DNA Center appliance to version 1.1.2 results in multiple packages showing an error status, e.g.:

ndp-base-analytics             1.0.7.864       -               UPGRADE_ERROR - maglev_workflow.workflow.exceptions.TaskCallableExecutionError: (1517844030.5644414, 1517844031.9652212, 'KubernetesError', 'services "sftp-service" not found')

ndp-platform                   1.0.7.790       -               UPGRADE_ERROR - maglev_workflow.workflow.exceptions.TaskCallableExecutionError: (1517844425.5954785, 1517844425.8996258, 'KubernetesError', 'StatefulSet.apps "elasticsearch" is invalid: [spec.template.metadata.labels: Invalid value: map[string]string{"kubernetes.io/cluster-service":"true", "kubernetes.io/name":"Elasticsearch", "serviceName":"elasticsearch", "type":"database", "version":"1.2.0"}: `selector` does not match template `labels`, spec.template.containers: Forbidden: pod updates may not add or remove containers]')

Conditions:
Precise conditions are not known at this time.

Related Community Discussions

<key>CSCvh98912</key> - Git734 DNAC upgrade fails w/ sftp-service not found and pod updates may not add or remove containers
Hi guys,   I struggled several days with upgrade of the DNA appliance from 1.1 to 1.1.2, but in the end I found a working workaround for this bug.   From the CLI I could see the system was failing upgrading:   $ maglev package status maglev-1 [main - https://kong-frontend.maglev-system.svc.cluster.local:443] NAME DEPLOYED AVAILABLE STATUS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- application-policy - 2.1.4.170015 NOT_DEPLOYED assurance 1.0.5.503 1.0.5.630 ...
Latest activity: Mar 08, 2018
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