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Cisco Bug: CSCvv93883 - PrimaryBootROM & SecondaryBootROM fail when upgrade to 9.3(5) on Nexus 3500

Last Modified

Oct 13, 2020

Products (1)

  • CiscoPro Workgroup EtherSwitch Software

Known Affected Releases

9.3(5)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
PrimaryBootROM & SecondaryBootROM fail when upgrade to 9.3(5) on Nexus 3500

Conditions:
Upgrade to 9.3(5)

SecondaryBootROM F

                Error code ------------------> DIAG TEST FAIL(The Secondary )
                Total run count -------------> 1
                Last test execution time ----> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                First test failure time -----> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                Last test failure time ------> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                Last test pass time --------->  n/a
                Total failure count ---------> 1
                Consecutive failure count ---> 1
                Last failure reason ---------> The Secondary Bootrom has
                                               failed
                Next Execution time ---------> Thu Oct  1 22:55:09 2020


PrimaryBootROM F

                Error code ------------------> DIAG TEST FAIL(The Primary Bo)
                Total run count -------------> 1
                Last test execution time ----> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                First test failure time -----> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                Last test failure time ------> Wed Sep 30 22:55:09 2020
                Last test pass time --------->  n/a
                Total failure count ---------> 1
                Consecutive failure count ---> 1
                Last failure reason ---------> The Primary Bootrom has failed
                                               verification
                Next Execution time ---------> Thu Oct  1 22:55:09 2020
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