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Cisco Bug: CSCvu88526 - 'Error -1 devcmd 69' - after installing enic driver 4.0.0.6-802.21 in SLES 12.3

Last Modified

Jul 21, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco UCS Virtual Interface Card

Known Affected Releases

4.0(4h)C

Description (partial)

Symptom:
During OS boot, we can see error messages related to enic driver.


OS log:
# grep -i enic /var/log/messages
<snip>
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715279+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.721558] enic: externally supported module, setting X kernel taint flag.
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715283+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.721800] enic: Cisco VIC Ethernet NIC Driver, ver 4.0.0.6-802.21
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715285+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.731547] enic 0000:48:00.0: vNIC MAC addr 50:87:89:ac:df:aa wq/rq 256/512 mtu 1500
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715286+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.731551] enic 0000:48:00.0: vNIC csum tx/rx yes/yes tso yes rss yes intr mode any type min timer 125 usec loopback tag 0x0000
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715287+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.736425] enic 0000:48:00.0: vNIC resources avail: wq 1 rq 4 cq 5 intr 8
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715288+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.739119] enic: 0000:48:00.0:Error -1 devcmd 69  <<<---
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715289+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.746261] enic 0000:49:00.0: vNIC MAC addr 50:87:89:ac:df:ab wq/rq 256/512 mtu 1500
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715293+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.746265] enic 0000:49:00.0: vNIC csum tx/rx yes/yes tso yes rss yes intr mode any type min timer 125 usec loopback tag 0x0000
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715295+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.748658] enic 0000:49:00.0: vNIC resources avail: wq 1 rq 4 cq 5 intr 8
2020-06-23T22:12:13.715296+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [    8.750863] enic: 0000:49:00.0:Error -1 devcmd 69  <<<---
2020-06-23T22:12:14.124034+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [   14.299153] enic 0000:48:00.0 eth0: vNIC resources used: wq 1 rq 4 cq 5 qp 4 intr 6 rq_desc 512 wq_desc 256 intr mode MSI-X
2020-06-23T22:12:14.124046+09:00 linux-rowj kernel: [   14.301496] enic 0000:48:00.0 eth0: Link UP


VIC log:
\tftpboot\1225-VIC_slot_4\obfl\syslog
  :
STARTING FIRMWARE VERSION 4.3(2b)
200623-22:07:52.114080 kernel: klogd started: BusyBox v1.21.0 (2016-04-01 17:07:25 PDT)
200623-22:07:53.896041 xinetd[105]: xinetd Version 2.3.15 started with no options compiled in.
200623-22:07:53.896917 xinetd[105]: Started working: 1 available service
  :
200623-22:12:06.485160 mcp.lif lif_set_wq_cfg: LIF 3 : Updating userpri 8 to 0
200623-22:12:06.485205 mcp.lif vnic15/lif3: wq_cfg update uif 0 pri 0
200623-22:12:06.485246 mcp.vnic_dev vnic15: new cos 0
200623-22:12:06.497744 mcp.devcmd ERROR: No handler installed for this feature 1     <<<---
200623-22:12:06.497889 mcp.devcmd ERROR: vnic15: no handler installed for feature 1  <<<---
200623-22:12:06.499077 mcp.vnic_dev vnic16 vnic_dev_open flags 0x2
200623-22:12:06.499103 mcp.softreset vnic16: softreset begin, sreset_type 0
200623-22:12:06.499210 mcp.notify vnic16: notify_reset
  :
200623-22:12:06.499882 mcp.vif vnic16/lif4/vif4.1: vif_create_req
200623-22:12:06.499931 mcp.vif vnic16/lif4/vif4.1: create linkdown state INIT adminst CREATE vifindex -1 samid 0 flags 0x200 status OK code SUCCESS
200623-22:12:06.499982 mcp.vif vnic16/lif4/vif4.1: enable, linkdown state INIT adminst UP vifindex -1 samid 0 flags 0x200 status OK code SUCCESS
200623-22:12:06.509449 mcp.devcmd ERROR: No handler installed for this feature 1     <<<---
200623-22:12:06.509525 mcp.devcmd ERROR: vnic16: no handler installed for feature 1  <<<---
200623-22:12:06.511968 mcp.devcmd fw_info: fw_version 4.3(2b) fw_build buildsa-190214-10:49:56 hw_version C0 hw_serial FCH18157WHF asic_type 0x0002 asic_rev 0x00C0
  :

Conditions:
[System Info]
  - Server: UCSC-C460-M4
            UCSC-PCIE-CSC-02: Cisco VIC 1225 Dual Port 10Gb SFP+ CNA
  - CIMC: 4.0(2l)
  - OS: SuSE Enterprise Linux(SLES) 12SP3 for SAP applications
  - Driver: cisco-enic-usnic-kmp-default-4.0.0.6_k4.4.73_5-802.21.x86_64.rpm
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