Cisco Bug: CSCvv25955 - L2/RU upgrade causes root partition to get corrupted.
Aug 26, 2020
- Cisco Emergency Responder
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Symptom: During upgrade, when the product.img is being mounted and extracted, the following behavior has been observed intermittently: When using Upgrade option from GUI: The upgrade will fail, and the system will become unusable after failure. In the install log, the last line will look like this (version may be different): refresh_upgrade|unarchiving /common/download/220.127.116.1100-35/product.img to /common/mnt/product_img|<LVL::Debug> If upgrading using CLI, the upgrade will fail in the same place, but more details will be in the install log, like this: 02/21/2019 11:32:03 refresh_upgrade|Calling cp -rf /common/mnt/product_img/usr/cisco/bin/iproduct.sh /common/download/18.104.22.16800-6/Cisco/usr/cisco/bin/iproduct.sh|<LVL::Debug> 02/21/2019 11:32:03 refresh_upgrade|(CAPTURE) cp: cannot stat `/common/mnt/product_img/usr/cisco/bin/iproduct.sh': No such file or directory|<LVL::Debug> 02/21/2019 11:32:03 refresh_upgrade|File:/common/download/22.214.171.12400-6/refresh_upgrade:479, Function: prepare_support_area(), Copy failed (1)|<LVL::Error> 02/21/2019 11:32:03 refresh_upgrade|Final exit processing with result 1|<LVL::Info> Conditions: Upgrading to any 12.5.1 CER version
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