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Cisco Bug: CSCvi10166 - ASR1009-X/RP2:power supplies are seen as ASR1000X-FAN and Insufficient number of power supplies (0)

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Jul 26, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Known Affected Releases

16.6.2

Description (partial)

Symptom:
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Problem Description
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Issue is seen only ASR1000-RP2 with ASR1009-X chassis.
The combination that aren't affected below:
1, RP2/XRU, 
2, RP3/XRU, 
3, RP3/X-Chas

"show platform power" displays:
               a) The power supplies PID in P0 and P1 are now seen as "ASR1000X-FAN" modules and they are now in the main list and not displayed separately at the tail of the output.
                b) P0 and P1 are now in the main list and not displayed separately at the tail of the output.
                c) The "power total load" and "total capacity" are seen as 0w
                d) The "Excess Power In Reserve" is a variable negative value (i.e. -1601w)
                e) The Power Allocation Status is now "Insufficient"

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Slot      Type                State                 Capacity (W) Load (W)     
--------- ------------------- --------------------- ------------ ------------
Total load: 0 W, total capacity: 0 W

Power capacity:       0 W
Redundant allocation: 0 W
Fan allocation:       625 W
FRU allocation:       976 W
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Excess Power in Reserve:   -1601 W
Capacity - Redundant: 0 W

Power Redundancy Mode: none

Power Allocation Status: Insufficient
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3) We see syslog messages warning that there is an insufficient number of power supplies (0):
"%CMRP_PFU-4-PWR_MGMT_WARN:  R1/0: cmand:  WARNING: Insufficient number of power supplies (0) are installed for power redundancy mode none. The system needs 1372 watts additional power."

Conditions:
When OIR is performed on primary RP
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