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Re: Brocade 5000 - First failure data capture FFDC

Jens,

is a bit difficulty to identify such problem.

--->>>....we have the situation that no FOS commands (e.g. switchshow) run and also the switch automatik reboot afte 10 min.

is the switch boot completed and successfully, are you able to set the switch as disable ?

switchdisable or chassisdisable

--->>>The error is after setup a deconfiguration process (lot of commands) see attached screen.

why you have do all this command to delete config ?

can you reboot the switch and collect all output from boot begin in a file ?

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Re: Brocade 5000 - First failure data capture FFDC

Hello Jens,

can it be possible that you have not changed back from https to http in the configure command before you have removed the certificates?

Try to login as root and try to run the configure command from the correct bin, sbin or a bin folder. I am currently not sure in which folder you find the correct link to that command.

Regards,

Andreas

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Re: Brocade 5000 -  First failure data capture FFDC

Hi Antonio, i have find a way to install the switch from the root shell. /sbin/firmwareclearinstall in this case at clears all also the license... -Jens

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Re: Brocade 5000 -  First failure data capture FFDC

Hi Andreas, no FOS commands running. Your tip with the /sbin was perfect, there is the firmwareclearinstall command and with this i have new install the FOS. There is also a clearxxx command but with the check of the fos the switch panicd... -Jens

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Re: Brocade 5000 -  First failure data capture FFDC

Jens,

i know this and other procedure to re-install a fresh FOS

have you started the clearinstall now ?

have you installed the fos on both Partition ?


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Re: Brocade 5000 -  First failure data capture FFDC

Jens,

just for my own interest. Did you disable first the HTTPs feature before you remove your cert files?

Or did you remove the files without disabling https?

Thanks,

Andreas

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