Ethernet Fabric (VDX, CNA)

Reply
New Contributor
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎09-22-2015

why does my vdx 6740 say its in GUEST_PANIC_STATE

Aloha,

 

I recently upgraded a switch from 4.0 to 5.0.0   This is when a bunch of problems started.  I was no longer able to use my USB port to upload any newer firmware.  To work around that I set up a FTP server and was able to upload nos6.0.1   That seemed to work well but now I get this continuous stream of error messages on my terminal screen.  I am not sure what they mean or how to get rid of them.  Any help or suggestions are appreciated.

 

 

 

[2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
[2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV> GTG Peer GOS reset

 disk->start 7665663  cmd->start 0 nstart 7665663 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01

create_new_partition_table part_no 2 no_of_parts 2
[3] hcall_guestctl GUEST_PANIC_STATE: calling system_reset due to guest_in_repeated_panic = 53
[3] restart_guest_remap: self is calling remap_restart_unc due to standby and hcall_partition_restart_ha.
[2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
[2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV> GTG Peer GOS reset

 disk->start 7665663  cmd->start 0 nstart 7665663 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01

create_new_partition_table part_no 2 no_of_parts 2
[3] hcall_guestctl GUEST_PANIC_STATE: calling system_reset due to guest_in_repeated_panic = 54
[3] restart_guest_remap: self is calling remap_restart_unc due to standby and hcall_partition_restart_ha.
[2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
[2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV> GTG Peer GOS reset

 disk->start 7665663  cmd->start 0 nstart 7665663 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01

create_new_partition_table part_no 2 no_of_parts 2
[3] hcall_guestctl GUEST_PANIC_STATE: calling system_reset due to guest_in_repeated_panic = 55
[3] restart_guest_remap: self is calling remap_restart_unc due to standby and hcall_partition_restart_ha.
[2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
[2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV> GTG Peer GOS reset

 disk->start 7665663  cmd->start 0 nstart 7665663 disk name /vsmgr/vd@usb0/vda01

create_new_partition_table part_no 2 no_of_parts 2
[3] hcall_guestctl GUEST_PANIC_STATE: calling system_reset due to guest_in_repeated_panic = 56
[3] restart_guest_remap: self is calling remap_restart_unc due to standby and hcall_partition_restart_ha.
[2] loading binary image from 0x79fff000 to 0x3000000
[2] Loading uImage from 0x78000000 to 0
[2] branching to guest p2-linux, 2 cpus
HV> GTG Peer GOS reset

Brocadian
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎01-15-2015

Re: why does my vdx 6740 say its in GUEST_PANIC_STATE

Hi berniek, 

 

As per the error message that you are getting this could be a partition error where you might have to swap the boot partition.

 

It is advisable to open a TAC case with Brocade in case you don't know how to swap the partition.

 

Thanks,

HK 

Occasional Contributor
Posts: 13
Registered: ‎05-11-2015

Re: why does my vdx 6740 say its in GUEST_PANIC_STATE

Sorry to bring up an old thread.

 

I have this problem but I can't book a call with support as I do not have an active support contract.

 

Can anyone advise on the steps I need to take to resolve the issue?

 

Thanks

Brocade Moderator
Posts: 224
Registered: ‎06-30-2010

Re: why does my vdx 6740 say its in GUEST_PANIC_STATE

Hi,

 

Swapping partitions is not a procedure that should be undertaken by end users of this product it should only be attempted with the support of Brocade Technical Support.

 

You may need to open a time and materials case with Brocade support, or alternatively get a service contract

 

Regards

Mick


If my response has solved your query please click the "Accept as Solution" button.

Any and all information provided by me is not reviewed, approved or endorsed by Brocade and is provided solely as a convenience for Brocade customers.

All systems and all networks are different and unique. If you have a service affecting network problem, please open a TAC service request for service through Brocade, or through your OEM equipment provider.

Join the Community

Get quick and easy access to valuable resource designed to help you manage your Brocade Network.