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In the preventive maintenance inspection of S2600, it reports “the FLASH card inspection is not passed”

Publication Date:  2012-11-23 Views:  42 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
In the outcome of the preventive maintenance inspection of S2600 with the version of R5, there is the information about the FLASH card inspection isn’t passed. And click the “view”: 


Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
It’s a bug of the preventive maintenance inspection, and in fact, the FLASH card is normal, we can consider it as a false software reporting, and don’t need to settle it.

Root Cause
This problem is caused by a bug of the preventive maintenance inspection, it reports the error “ls: /disk_data:No such file or directory” means it hasn’t find the FLASH card’s directory “disk_data”, and the software considers the FLASH card has broken down.
For the S2600 with the version of R1, the catalog save the FLASH card is “disk_data”; but for the S2600 with the version of R2 or R5, there isn’t the “disk_data” catalog, and the catalog save the FLASH card is “startup_disk”.

Suggestions
We can enter in to the CLI to view the FLASH card’s catalog:
Firstly, we must confirm whether the abnormal controller has the FLASH card, enter in to the “degbug” of the corresponding controller and execute “fdisk -l”, and check if the space of the “sda” is between 2G to 4G, if it is, then it illustrates the controller has FLASH card.
Once there is confirmed to have a FLASH card, view the FLASH card’s catalog as the following method.
1. For the R1 version: in the debug mode, execute the command “ls/disk_data”, and generally there will display the following information:
ISM、boot_osp、boot_rescue、grub、test、boot_osp_bak、config、lost found、update catalog, os_boot.conf、boot file.
2. For the R2 & R5 version: in the debug mode, execute the command “ls /startup_disk/image”, and normally there will display the following information:
ISM、boot_osp、boot_osp_bak、boot_rescue、grub、lost found、update catalog and the boot file.

If there isn’t any response after enter the command for a long time or parts of the catalogs or files have lost, it denotes the FLASH card may have some problem.

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