We had a stack set up with a 7650 and 5 7450s. There's an issue with the primary and secondary flash on one of the 7450s and, in trying to fix it, I rebooted the stack. Now, the last two switches have been dropped from the stack and I would like some help getting them back.
SSH@STACK#show spx T=4h39m10.5: alone: standalone, 😧 dynamic cfg, S: static ID Type Role Mac Address Pri State Comment 1 S ICX7650-48ZP alone d4c1.9e14.78c3 0 local Ready 21 S ICX7450-48P spx-pe d4c1.9e08.2440 N/A remote Ready 22 S ICX7450-48P spx-pe d4c1.9e07.f680 N/A remote Ready 23 S ICX7450-48P spx-pe d4c1.9e08.1f00 N/A remote Ready 24 S ICX7450-48P spx-pe 0000.0000.0000 N/A reserve 25 S ICX7450-48P spx-pe 0000.0000.0000 N/A reserve
-You need to check if the images on the missing units are intact by consoling to it. Make sure it is same image version. Also try to recopy the files that was corrupted on the unit 24. -Also you can check if the SPX Stack ports are up. (show spx connections) -Check log files for any information as to why it fell off the stack.
I think it would be a good idea to open up a ticket as it might be a bit more complex.
Thanks. When I console to the #24 switch, I get a "ICX7450-Boot>" prompt and I couldn't see which commands to use to access the flash memory.
Also, I thought one of the selling points of a stack configuration was that you could add a new switch, cable it up and issue one command to add it to the stack. Don't I just need that command to re-add these two switches to the stack?
SSH@STACK#show spx connections Probing the topology. Please wait ... Discovered following spx connections... Link 1: # of ports in lag = 1 1: 1/3/2 <--> 21/3/1 Link 2: # of ports in lag = 1 1: 21/4/1 <--> 22/3/1 Link 3: # of ports in lag = 1 1: 22/4/1 <--> 23/3/1 Discovery complete