A few days ago I stumbled upon the python interpreter on the Nexus
platform. It got me to tinkering.
In the past, I have had a requirement to grab a list of all of the
interfaces on a box, the IP's, and the masks. The interfaces and IP's
can easily be obtained from a show ip int br, and using column select to
grab the … Read whole post...
This is a continuation of a previous post.
The last post finished where we thought all was good, because the flash
status code was reading 0xF0, which we were told means both flash drives
are healthy. What we noticed though was that the diag tests were still
failing for compact flash - test 7 - on some of the sups. Initially
Cisco told us that this was … Read whole post...
It's been a mad couple of weeks with Nexus 7000's. My client hit a
software bug on their Nexus 7k, which turned out to be a most impressive
bug. It basically causes the flash drives to be erroneously marked as
faulty, which then causes them to be remounted in read only. The first
symptom was that you could not save the running configuration by running … Read whole post...
What you don't need while you are checking your morning emails and
drinking your first cup of coffee of the day is to receive an email
saying that the VSM for the Nexus 1k has rebooted.
By the time we logged on to the Nexus 1000v, it was back up. "show
system redundancy status" showed both VSM's (supervisors) as being up
and HA. The "show … Read whole post...