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Cisco Bug: CSCvi16121 - Unexpected Reboots of Servers outside of associated Server pool on Change

Last Modified

Sep 30, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

3.2(1d)A 3.2(1d)B 3.2(1d)C

Description (partial)

This bug can only happen under very specific use case. (Please see conditions section to learn more).

The server is rebooted and service profile is re-associated when there is a configuration change for a service profile bound to an updating service profile template that has a server pool assigned. This happens when the server assigned to the service profile is not part of the server pool.

The service profile is bound to a service profile template which has a server pool. The user assigns the service profile to a server that is not in the server pool. This is ok, but once any other configuration change is made the service profile is re-associated with a server in the pool. Due to this there is a server reboot for previously assigned server and for the new server once assigned
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