WHAT TO DO WHEN A STACKING MEMBER GOES TO DORMANT(V ) STATE.

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Question: WHAT TO DO WHEN A STACKING MEMBER GOES TO DORMANT(V ) STATE?

 

Use the following command to check the status of the switches.

(ArubaStack) #show stacking members
 
Member status: Active, Stack Id: 001a1e087b004fcee152
Stack uptime: 5 hours 24 minutes 32 seconds
Id    Role       MAC Address     Priority  State        Model            Serial
--    ----       -----------     --------  -----        -----            ------
0     Linecard   001a.1e08.7ac0  128       Dormant [V]  ArubaS2500-48T   BK0000019
1  *  Primary    001a.1e08.7b00  Preset    Active       ArubaS2500-48T   BK0000016
2     Linecard   001a.1e08.7b80  Preset    Active       ArubaS2500-48T   BK0000014
3     Linecard   001a.1e08.7c80  Preset    Active       ArubaS2500-48T  

[V] - Version Mismatch


- As it clearly explains there is a version mismatch in the stack member. This might happen when you try to do a code upgrade from the primary and one of the stack members did not upgrade to the right code.


Solution
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Please upgrade the primary Switch again and try to push it to the line card which should fix the issue.Or
Upgrade the partition for the   particular member id alone using the following command .

Command Eg
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copy tftp: <server ip> pp member: 5 system: partition 1

 

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