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Cisco Bug: CSCvt95075 - Update to 1.3.x.x failed due to stale mount points

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Sep 22, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco DNA Center

Known Affected Releases

DNAC1.3.1.6 DNAC1.3.3.3 DNAC1.3.3.4

Description (partial)

Symptom:
$ maglev system_updater update_info

System update status:
  Version successfully installed : 1.3.0.122
  Version currently processed    : 1.3.0.135
    Update phase                 : failed
    Update details               : Updating node 1.1.1.1 failed
    Progress                     : 34%

  Updater State: 
    Currently processed version  : 1.3.0.135
    State                        : FAILED
    Sub-State                    : INSTALLED_HOST_COMPONENTS
    Details                      : Updating node x.x.x.x failed
    Source                       : system-updater

Conditions:
There is no nfs server configured.

sudo df -h returns output that includes "Transport endpoint is not connected"

Related Community Discussions

DNAC Upgrade Bug (Backup NFS server mount failed)
Sharing a recent experience we encountered while upgrading our DNAC cluster. Our upgrade was from 1.3.1.3 directly to 1.3.3.4. The error we were seeing in the maintenance UI was specifically: Phase: Node x.x.x.x - Backup NFS server mount failed The CLI error was: State : FAILED Sub-State : INSTALLED_HOST_COMPONENTS   Our issue was that at 34% the upgrade continued to fail. We attempted to remove all configured and scheduled backup jobs, but that did not do the trick. Per TAC during the upgrade process ...
Latest activity: Jun 09, 2020
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