C3 continous rebooting when loading the operational code.

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Good Morning: I start a conversation due to failure one of our switch. I enclose the log
details for your further analisys.

1) Switch C3G124-24
2) Firmware Version 01.00.46 07-28-2008
3) Sympton: Rebooting endless while loading operational code.
4) Log details:

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Enterasys C3-Series Boot Code...
SDRAM Circuit Test of 255MB
100%

Version 01.00.46 07-28-2008

Computing MD5 Checksum of operational code...
Select an option. If no selection in 2 seconds then
operational code will start.

1 - Start operational code.
2 - Start Boot Menu.
Select (1, 2):

Operational Code Date: Fri Sep 5 21:39:28 2008
Uncompressing.....

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Attaching interface lo0...done
Adding 62572 symbols for standalone.

Enterasys C3-Series Boot Code...
SDRAM Circuit Test of 255MB
100%

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5) New firmawre added:
6) VPD - release major 6 minor 61 maint 11 build 6 alpha -
Timestamp - Mon Nov 25 18:59:39 2013
File - c3-series_06.61.11.0006
7) Log Details:

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Operational Code Date: Mon Nov 25 18:59:39 2013
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Adding 74154 symbols for standalone.
Instantiating /ramDrv:0 as rawFs, device = 0x30001
Instantiating /snapDrv:0 as rawFs, device = 0x40001
Adding BCM transport pointers
Configuring CPUTRANS TX
Configuring CPUTRANS RX
ERROR: from bcm_rpc_start: Out of memory
Last switch reset caused by broad_hpc_stack(784): Error code 0xFFFFFFFD, after 4 seconds

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alberto sanjuan

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  • It is a hardware problem?

Posted 4 years ago

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Paul Poyant, Employee

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Official Response
Hi, Alberto.

Hardware failure is a likely possibility here.
Please open a case with the GTAC for assistance with this.
http://www.extremenetworks.com/support/enterasys-support/contact/

Thank you.