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Cisco Bug: CSCvt53336 - ewlc:Debug logs not coming in client RA when we upgrade from 17.1.1s cco to 17.2.1

Last Modified

Jun 18, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

17.2.1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
ewlc:Debug logs not coming in client RA  when we upgrade from 17.1.1s cco to 17.2.1

Conditions:
Build:
Platform: 9800-CL tried
V1:17.1.1s CCO image
V2:C9800-CL-universalk9.BLD_V172_1_THROTTLE_LATEST_20200311_001817_2.SSA.bin
ISSUE:


I am seeing debug level logs are not coming on show logging profile filter logs when I do ISSU way upgrade.  Here is the step I have followed. 

1.	9800-CL in HA pair with 17.1.1s CCO image
2.	Join aps and client 
3.	Enable conditional debugging for multiple client
debug platform condition feature wireless mac 0469.f8dd.5415
debug platform condition start
4.	Add v2 file  < -  C9800-CL-universalk9.BLD_V172_1_THROTTLE_LATEST_20200311_001817_2.SSA.bin
5.	Start ISSU
6.	When new active coming enable again 
debug platform condition feature wireless mac 0469.f8dd.5415
debug platform condition start
7.	Wait for rolling ap to happen so client can roam
8.	Collect RA logs 
       show logging profile wireless internal start last boot level debug filter mac 0469.f8dd.5415 to-file bootflash:/5415issupsk1103image1.log < -- here I am seeing only error/note level logs even though I have collected Debug level logs.


I have attached full console logs and collect RA logs. Please find archive and metadata file from below location.  
/auto/newproj1/smanani/binary_trace_metadata.1584506922.tar.gz   < -- new active metadata file
/auto/newproj1/smanani/smananiewlc_trace_archive-20200318-044802.tar.gz
/auto/newproj1/smanani/binary_trace_metadata.1584507002.tar.gz < -- old active metadata file


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