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Cisco Bug: CSCvp40200 - Servers might reload unexpectedly "hard-reset" when associated with UCS Central.

Last Modified

Mar 10, 2020

Products (2)

  • Cisco UCS Central Software
  • Cisco UCS Central 2.x

Known Affected Releases

2.0(1c)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
[+] After adding VLANs into vNIC template in Central, all servers associated with this policy did reload with reason "hard-reset"

     *** BladeAG

[INFO][0x72d5bb90][Mar 21 22:16:07.870][proc_app:log]           proc::Svc::send(RECEIVE[samdmeFsmComputePhysicalHardresetPreSanitize/]) FROM: sam_dme:0 TO: sam_bladeAG:2 CONTENT
: 
 <samdmeFsmComputePhysicalHardresetPreSanitize
fsm="597"
fsmrun="13990"
fsmstate="782"
timestamp="1553220967737"
dn="sys/chassis-4/blade-6"
cookie="">
   <inConfig>
   <computeBlade
   adminPower="policy"
   adminState="in-service"
   assetTag=""
   assignedToDn="org-root/<sub-org>/ls-<GSP-name>"
   association="associated"
   availability="unavailable"
   availableMemory="589824"
   chassisId="4"
   checkPoint="discovered"



     *** OBFL

                 5:2019 Mar 21 22:16:10 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<5>[do_cycle]:614:do_cycle
                 5:2019 Mar 21 22:16:10 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<5>[__do_power_off]:315:__do_power_off
                 5:2019 Mar 21 22:16:10 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<5>[__do_power_off]:317:Power Driver: Power Off Logic @ 927519573
                 5:2019 Mar 21 22:16:14 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<5>[platform_reset_cb_handler]:75:Platform Reset ISR -> ResetState: 1
                 4:2019 Mar 21 22:16:14 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<4>stall EP0 for setup=
                 4:2019 Mar 21 22:16:14 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<4>bRequestType 0 bRequest 0 wValue 0 wIndex 0 wLength 0
                 5:2019 Mar 21 22:16:14 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<5>ESPI: ResetState: 1
                 4:2019 Mar 21 22:16:14 EDT:3.1(25d):kernel:-:<4>SWC-VDD Interrupt: power OFF

Conditions:
The issue is triggered due to the out-of-sync power state between UCSM and UCS Central.
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