I have an srx-210hm running 10.2R2 code. When the device boots up it gets to the point:
octpkt0: <Octeon RGMII> on obio0,
then it crashes and says the following and exits to a db> prompt. If I restart the device several times eventually it will make it past this point and bootup as normal. I tried reinstalling the o/s from TFTP and formatting both the backup and primary partitions. Still has this problem. I am running u-boot 1.7
cpu0: trap error = 7 stop octeon.hw.shutdown
below let me past some info for the box:
Hardware inventory:Item Version Part number Serial number DescriptionChassis AD2609AAXXXXX SRX210hRouting Engine REV 28 750-021779 AAAH2277 RE-SRX210HFPC 0 FPC PIC 0 2x GE, 6x FE, 1x 3GPower Supply 0
show system firmwarePart Type Tag Current Available Status version versionRouting Engine 0 RE BIOS 0 1.7 OKRouting Engine 0 RE BIOS Backup 1 1.7 OK
show chassis routing-engineRouting Engine status: Temperature 45 degrees C / 113 degrees F Total memory 1024 MB Max 553 MB used ( 54 percent) Control plane memory 560 MB Max 347 MB used ( 62 percent) Data plane memory 464 MB Max 204 MB used ( 44 percent) CPU utilization: User 6 percent Background 0 percent Kernel 12 percent Interrupt 0 percent Idle 81 percent Model RE-SRX210H Serial ID AAAH2277 Start time 2010-11-17 13:59:09 EST Uptime 1 hour, 12 minutes, 1 second Last reboot reason 0x200:chassis control reset Load averages: 1 minute 5 minute 15 minute 0.09 0.14 0.15
show system storage partitionsBoot Media: internal (da0)Active Partition: da0s1aBackup Partition: da0s2aCurrently booted from: Active (da0s1a)
Partitions information: Partition Size Mountpoint s1a 293M altroot s2a 293M / s3e 24M /config s3f 342M /var s4a 30M recovery
I am at a loss, any help would be appreciated.
I think you can try Reimaging the box
1-get a flash & fromt it then put junos.tgz copy on it ( without creating flodres)
For Format : Use FAT if USB size is less than equal to 2GB or FAT32 if USB is greater than or equal to 4 GB.
2-insert the flash into the SRX at one of the USB ports
3-Reboot the SRX , When junos is coming up , you will see the message : " Hit Enter to continue or spac bar for loader" , here you shoul Hit space , you will be at loader mode , the prompt should be "loader>"
If the prompt is " > " , type > boot to make it ">loader"
4- Type the command : loader> install file:/// junos-srxsme-10.0R2.10-domestic.tgz ( The red part change depending on your version )
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Hi John, you do not need to reimage the box. This problem may be caused by incorrect environment settings. We'll update you shortly on how to detect and fix the problem.
John, please try this:
1. Reboot the system
2. Press space to go to u-boot prompt when you see this message:
Clearing DRAM....... done BIST check passed. Boot Media: nand-flash usb Net: pic init done (err = 0)octeth0 POST Passed Press SPACE to abort autoboot in 1 seconds
3. You will get a => prompt
4. Run the following commands:
5. Check if your system boots properly now
That worked great, thanks so much. Is there a kb or anything that lists the env variables of the loader prompt and or commands for that environment?
'printenv' from that prompt lists all the valid commands.
Is this a common problem with SRX 210 devices? Is it related to a bug in the boot loader or other onboard software? Will a future Junos / loader update correct whatever the issue is?
This issue has been fixed in BIOS (u-boot+loader) version 1.9 and above.
I know this is a six year old thread however is the closest thing I have found to my issue so far. I have tried the below however i dont get a responce from the command "setenv oct.net.init". It just echo's back to the next line.
Firstly it boots to uboot instead of the loader prompt regardless of when or how many times I hit space.
I have a new image on a usb stick but cannot for the life of me work out how to load/install/ etc.
Thanks in advance
Use this procedure. The starting portion describes how to set the environment variables from the prompt you have.
the bottom portion gives the install instructions from the USB drive attached.