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Software Bootup Failure:Bringup timed out

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Boot:

 

Map file at LBA sector 0x183e10 ##

Booting image at 00400000 ... Image Name: Linux-2.6.14.2

Image Type: PowerPC Linux Multi-File Image (uncompressed) Data Size: 4269595 Bytes = 4.1 MB

Load Address: 00000000 Entry Point: 00000000

Contents: Image 0: 3190917 Bytes = 3 MB Image 1: 1078663 Bytes = 1 MB ##

Current stack ends at 0x1FAEEBE8 => set upper limit to 0x00C00000 ##

initrd at 0x0070B0D4 ... 0x0081265A (len=1078663=0x107587)

Loading Ramdisk to 1f9e6000, end 1faed587 ... OK

initrd_start = 1f9e6000, initrd_end = 1faed587 ##

Transferring control to Linux (at address 00000000) ...

Installing Linux 2.6 Kernel

Attempting to find a root file system on hda2...

INIT: version 2.78 booting Bypassing firmware validation. ---

Partition /dev/hda1 is inconsistent. --- Its content will be restored to be the same as that of /dev/hda2. ---

Please check the version and re-load firmware if necessary after the system boots up.

INIT: Entering runlevel: 3

Starting Fabric OS Services... FIPS off, RRD... Found 2(threshold 5) abnormal reboots within 3000 seconds window(threshold) rscmon_service: started thread! rscmon_service: started thread! sys_chip_init: class 0 max 24 Done ethsw_ha_enabled = 1 uptime: 4293889611; sup_qid: 0 .

Fabric OS (*********)

********* console login: 2014/01/08-16:11:47, [HAM-1004], 7966, CHASSIS, INFO, Brocade300, Processor rebooted - Software Bootup Failure:Bringup timed out

SNMP Research EMANATE/Lite Agent Version 16.2.0.9 Copyright 1989-2006

SNMP Research, Inc.

 

After login no command can be used

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*                                                            *
* Fabric OS has detected frequent switch reboot condition.   *
* Following actions can be taken to recover the switch:      *
* - remove or replace any problem blades (if applicable to   *
*   platform).                                               *
* - use supportsave to collect supportsave data.             *
*                                                            *
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sysmodAttach open failed: No such device or address
fabsys device open: No such device or address
Raslog Module Initialisation failed rc=-1
fabsys device open: No such device or address

 

debchafsw01:root> help
Error in retriving the chassis info.

 

 

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