i'm using a FAS2650 in a single controller configuration. Now i'm seeing manny shelf firmware update error messages:
ERROR sfu.downloadSummaryErrors: Shelf firmware updated on 0 shelves, failed to update on 1 shelf. ERROR sfu.downloadError: [storage download shelf]: Error downloading firmware file IOM12E.0210.SFW on ?.shelf0.General firmware update error. ERROR sfu.SASDownloadFailed: [storage download shelf]: Download failed on IOM12E.0210.SFW on disk shelf controller module B on disk shelf ?.0. ERROR scsi.cmd.checkCondition: Enclosure services device 0b.00.99: Check Condition: CDB 0x1d: Sense Data SCSI:illegal request - (0x5 - 0x35 0x4 0x0)(16). ERROR sfu.firmwareDownrev: Disk shelf firmware needs to be updated on 1 disk shelf.
He is reporting "module B", but it is a single controller:
as mentioned previously you are unfortunately hitting BURT 1333095 : since the system has a single embedded IOM and it has upgraded successfully. You can use the "storage firmware shelf delete" command to delete IOM12E software from ONTAP in order to stop these messages from occurring.
If you are still having issues, please feel free to open a technical case to continue troubleshooting with us.
"If you want to eliminate the error messages, after new IOM12E/IOM6E firmware has been installed and updated, you can use the (priv: advanced) "storage firmware shelf delete" command to delete the firmware files from the filesystem."
After, but how to install in module A?
He currently shows that 201 is installed and 210 is available...
@andris, the downside is the higher power consumption...
I'm using the system here in my homeoffice, a non productive test and playing environment.
And i made already some reboots, and the module wasn't updated. I will try now to uninstall and reinstall the FW files.
@maffo, i have already opened a case 2 days ago, but with prio 4, as i wrote, it's a not productive environment... I don't want to prevent the support from helping others with more important problems...
Please note that for - FAS2600 series single-path configurations, you must halt your system to re-seat or replace an faulty IOM12 Module. Therefore you will need to plan a downtime. If it's a dual-path, you can try re-seating IO Module non-disruptively.