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how to boot VDX 6740 through tftp

my customer have a new vdx, it was working once, and then the second time reboot, it is stuck at the booting and rolling boot and boot again. I can go to boot mode, but don't know how to boot from usb or tftp. 

On usb: it always said no usb device

On TFTP: how to set the ip address at VDX?

 

This is the log of boot flapping

 

1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Hit ESC to stop autoboot: 5  4  3  2  1  0
Loading Environment 1 from NVRAM...
(Re)start USB 0...
USB: Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
USB EHCI 1.00
scanning bus for devices... Manufacturer u-boot
Product EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber
Manufacturer Generic
Product Flash Card Reader
SerialNumber 000000225001
2 USB Device(s) found
scanning bus for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Loading file "boot/zImage.tree.initrd" from usb device 0:2 (usbda2)
3463363 bytes read
Loading Environment 0 from NVRAM...
(Re)start USB 0...
USB: Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
USB EHCI 1.00
scanning bus for devices... Manufacturer u-boot
Product EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber
Manufacturer Generic
Product Flash Card Reader
SerialNumber 000000225001
2 USB Device(s) found
scanning bus for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Loading file "/boot/fastloading.mdt" from usb device 0:2 (usbda2)
184 bytes read
Image: [uImage]
Image: [hv.uImage]
Image: [silkworm.dtb]
Image: [silkworm_hct.dtb]
WARNING: adjusting available memory to 30000000
## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 02000000 ...
Image Name:
Image Type: PowerPC Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed)
Data Size: 473624 Bytes = 462.5 KiB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
Verifying Checksum ... OK
## Flattened Device Tree blob at 04000000
Booting using the fdt blob at 0x4000000
Loading Kernel Image ... OK
OK
Loading Device Tree to 00ff7000, end 00fff22b ... OK
=======================================
Freescale Hypervisor 0.8-004
Hypervisor command line: config-addr=0x3000000 p1-linux="root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet" p2-linux="root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet"
[0] malloc_init: using 31 MiB at 0x7e0e38b0 - 0x7fffffff
Brocade PB device tree:brocade,SILKWORM_PB
Got liodn 125
[0] assign_callback: device serial0 in serial0 not found
[0] assign_callback: device /hvcpld in fpga not found
USB:
Static Qhead=0x4d60c0 Qhead list=0x4d6140 Qtd base=0x4d61c0

Static Qhead Align=[0] Qhead list Align=[0] Qtd base=[0]
Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
hv scanning bus for usb devices... hub_port_reset: resetting port 0...
hub_port_reset: resetting port 0...
2 USB Device(s) found
[0] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV> Hypervisor scanning bus for storage devices...
HV> [?7h78   ========Storage Device Details==========
HV>    Mfr=Generic, Product=Flash Card Reader, SerialNumber=000000225001
HV>    1 HV Storage Device(s) found
HV>    Init hypervisor timer init_timer:8
HV>    [1] watchdog enabled with period 38
[2] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV>    [3] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV>    [2] Virtual Storage thread=7e2600a8
HV>    [0] get_rpn: mem-range has discontiguity at guest address 0x68000000.
HV>   
part_start 2 2

dev_name vs_attach_guest /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01 part_start 2 no_of_parts 2

[vs_attach_guest]vdisk->start 0x74f7ff vdisk->size 0x74e801

[vs_attach_guest]vdisk->start 0x74f7ff vdisk->size 0x74e801
Bootargs set for cpu = 2 guest p2-linux bootagrs = root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet
HV>   
part2 STANDBY
HV>   
part_start 0 2
HV>   
dev_name vs_attach_guest /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda00 part_start 0 no_of_parts 2
HV>   
[vs_attach_guest]vdisk->start 0x0 vdisk->size 0x74f000
HV>   
[vs_attach_guest]vdisk->start 0x0 vdisk->size 0x74f000
HV>    Bootargs set for cpu = 0 guest p1-linux bootagrs = root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet
HV>   
part1 ACTIVE
HV>    [0] Clearing standby console log
HV>    patch_pcie_msi_guest_node:set p2-linux msi0
HV>    patch_pcie_msi_guest_node: set msi-address-64 f0000740
HV> b   [0] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
HV>    [2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[0] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
HV>    [2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
HV>    [2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV>    [0] branching to guest p1-linux, 2 cpus
HV> this is quiet!

end of DRAM 4294967296 memstart_addr0 total_lowmem 4294967296

[silkworm_setup_pci_shared_memory]config_done 0 scandone 0 pcilcok 0x0
SLUB: dfree enabled
PRIMING SLUB: main caches
SLUB: export __kmalloc at 0x40108f88 changed to 0x40109348
SLUB: export vmalloc at 0x400f6bb0 changed to 0x400f6964
SLUB: export vfree at 0x400f5d24 changed to 0x400f5c54
network namespace NR (VRF) started

PCI_PROBE_DEVTREE

PCI_PROBE_DEVTREE
mmod_sysctl_inited: 1
***** pcie_portdrv_init: active completed
cpu1/1: failover_register() - registering notifiers...

Fman microcode 51 45 46

FMAN microcode UC size 0x1b64
default MII is 0xc10a8000 for tsec0
gtg_init:Coldboot case
gtg_init(1):Ring bf4f6800 Peer Ring becf6800
Uboot wdt counter value: 0
VSD Created with major number vsd_probe = 254
 
disk->start 0 cmd->start 0 nstart 0 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda00
HV>   
create_new_partition_table part_no 0 no_of_parts 2
HV>   
disk->start 7665663 cmd->start 0 nstart 7665663 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01
HV>   
create_new_partition_table part_no 2 no_of_parts 2
HV>   
vsmgr : disk xfer failed for IO: WRITE size:8192 ret size 0
HV>   

Current Mode of Op:interrupt Vs Thread State:0x0 blockPos:0x0
Current Active cookie Gos0:0x82 Gos1:0x1
Current Queued max cookie Gos0:0x83 Gos1:0x2
Guest sem info data 0x1 waitlist 0x0
Guest mutex info data 0x0 waitlist 0x0
Usb host controller status 0x40080
Number of Interrupts 0x1b9 Num_of_blocks 0x1b9 Incorrect Blocks 0x0
VS queue head pos :0x2100 tail pos:0x2140
HV USB timer: no of times exp 0x0 No of times start 0x1b9 No of times stop 0x1b9
cur_io_info disk 0x1: cookie 0x2
Num Critical errors=0 Real errors=0

GOS0 flush_io_sem info data 0x0 waitlist 0x0

GOS1 flush_io_sem info data 0x0 waitlist 0x0

usb_io_err_counters excluding the current io :
num_read_errs 0x0 num_write_errs 0x0
num_rd_usb_resets 0x0 num_wr_usb_resets 0x0 num_usb_stall 0x0 num_usb_st_buff_err 0x0
num_usb_babble_err 0x0 num_usb_crc_err 0x0 num_usb_stalls 0x0
num_non_critical 0x0 num_ehci_timeouts 0x0

usb_io_err_counters encounter in the current io :
num_read_errs 0x0 num_write_errs 0x5
num_rd_usb_resets 0x0 num_wr_usb_resets 0x0 num_usb_stall 0xa num_usb_st_buff_err 0x0
num_usb_babble_err 0x0 num_usb_crc_err 0x0 num_usb_stalls 0x0
num_non_critical 0x0 num_ehci_timeouts 0x0

[2]
Hypervisor Reset Flush:
HV>   

BootROM version: 1.0.76
Copyright (C) 2011 Brocade Communication.

CPU0: P3041, Version: 2.0, (0x82110320)
Core: E500MC, Version: 3.2, (0x80230032)
Clock Configuration:
CPU0:1499.400 MHz, CPU1:1499.400 MHz, CPU2:1499.400 MHz, CPU3:1499.400 MHz,
CCB:749.700 MHz,
DDR:499.800 MHz (999.600 MT/s data rate) (Asynchronous), LBC:46.856 MHz
FMAN1: 374.850 MHz
PME: 374.850 MHz
L1: D-cache 32 kB enabled
I-cache 32 kB enabled
Model ID: 131
Board: P3041 CASTOR, 36-bit Addressing
reset reason was 0x00000001: Power Up
I2C: ready
DRAM: Initializing....
Enabled DHC_EN
FSL_ERRATUM_DDR_A003 workaround applied
DIMM 0 [0xfe008174=0x8675a607] [0xfe008f38=0x0e0e0b0a] [0xfe008f3c=0x080a0b0d] [0xfe008f40=0x0a004004]
6 GiB left unmapped
DDR: 8 GiB (DDR3, 64-bit, CL=7, ECC on)
testdram value not set, dram test not run
Now running in RAM - U-Boot at: 7ff20000
FLASH: 4 MiB
L2: 128 KB enabled
Corenet Platform Cache: 1024 KB enabled
SERDES: bank 2 disabled
PCI: gd->brcd_flags = 0, PCI init
PCIE1 connected to Slot 1 as Root Complex (base addr fe200000)
Scanning PCI bus 01
PCIE0 on bus 00 - 01

MMK configuring pit regs
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
SRIO1: disabled
SRIO2: disabled
NVRAM/RTC oscillator already turned on in a previous boot
Net: Fman: Uploading microcode version 101.6.0.
FM1@DTSEC4, FM1@DTSEC5
usb reset 0
(Re)start USB 0...
USB: Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
USB EHCI 1.00
scanning bus for devices... Manufacturer u-boot
Product EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber
Manufacturer Generic
Product Flash Card Reader
SerialNumber 000000225001
2 USB Device(s) found
scanning bus for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Hit ESC to stop autoboot: 5  4  3  2  1  0
Loading Environment 1 from NVRAM...
(Re)start USB 0...
USB: Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
USB EHCI 1.00
scanning bus for devices... Manufacturer u-boot
Product EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber
Manufacturer Generic
Product Flash Card Reader
SerialNumber 000000225001
2 USB Device(s) found
scanning bus for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Loading file "boot/zImage.tree.initrd" from usb device 0:2 (usbda2)
3463363 bytes read
Loading Environment 0 from NVRAM...
(Re)start USB 0...
USB: Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
USB EHCI 1.00
scanning bus for devices... Manufacturer u-boot
Product EHCI Host Controller
SerialNumber
Manufacturer Generic
Product Flash Card Reader
SerialNumber 000000225001
2 USB Device(s) found
scanning bus for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found
setting prt to 2
Loading file "/boot/fastloading.mdt" from usb device 0:2 (usbda2)
184 bytes read
Image: [uImage]
Image: [hv.uImage]
Image: [silkworm.dtb]
Image: [silkworm_hct.dtb]
WARNING: adjusting available memory to 30000000
## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 02000000 ...
Image Name:
Image Type: PowerPC Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed)
Data Size: 473624 Bytes = 462.5 KiB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
Verifying Checksum ... OK
## Flattened Device Tree blob at 04000000
Booting using the fdt blob at 0x4000000
Loading Kernel Image ... OK
OK
Loading Device Tree to 00ff7000, end 00fff22b ... OK
=======================================
Freescale Hypervisor 0.8-004
Hypervisor command line: config-addr=0x3000000 p1-linux="root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet" p2-linux="root=/dev/sda2 rootfstype=ext4 quiet"
[0] malloc_init: using 31 MiB at 0x7e0e38b0 - 0x7fffffff
Brocade PB device tree:brocade,SILKWORM_PB
Got liodn 125
[0] assign_callback: device serial0 in serial0 not found
[0] assign_callback: device /hvcpld in fpga not found
USB:
Static Qhead=0x4d60c0 Qhead list=0x4d6140 Qtd base=0x4d61c0

Static Qhead Align=[0] Qhead list Align=[0] Qtd base=[0]
Register 10011 NbrPorts 1
hv scanning bus for usb devices... hub_port_reset: resetting port 0...
hub_port_reset: resetting port 0...
2 USB Device(s) found
[0] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV> Hypervisor scanning bus for storage devices...
HV> [?7h78   ========Storage Device Details==========
HV>    Mfr=Generic, Product=Flash Card Reader, SerialNumber=000000225001
HV>    1 HV Storage Device(s) found
HV>    Init hypervisor timer init_timer:8
HV>    [1] watchdog enabled with period 38
[2] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV>    [3] watchdog enabled with period 38
HV>    [2] Virtual Storage thread=7e2600a8
HV>    [0] get_rpn: mem-range has discontiguity at guest address 0x68000000.
HV>   
part_start 2 2

New Contributor
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎10-31-2016

Re: how to boot VDX 6740 through tftp

this is the boot mode of mine:

 

=> usbboot

** No boot device **
=>

** No boot device **
=>

** No boot device **
=>

** No boot device **

 

 

=> bootp ?
BOOTP broadcast 1
BOOTP broadcast 2
BOOTP broadcast 3

 

=> tftpboot 10.1.1.2
*** ERROR: `serverip' not set

 

and if connect to tftp , which file i should use as boot, it have a lot of files. 

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Brocade Moderator
Posts: 219
Registered: ‎06-30-2010

Re: how to boot VDX 6740 through tftp

Hi,

 

There are a number of procedures that can be done to recover a VDX from rolling reboot, netinstall etc.

 

None of these tasks are user tasks and should only be undertaken with the assistance of Brocade TAC

 

I would suggest that you open a TAC case through my.brocade for further assistance

 

Regards

Mick


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