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Cisco Content Services Switch 11152: cannot upgrade CSS software image

I am having problems upgrading the software image on a Cisco content services switch 11152.  

The switch is currently running version 5.02 build 3

  CSS11150(config)# version
  Version:               ap0502003 (5.02 Build 3)
  Flash (Locked):        4.01 Build 32
  Flash (Operational):   5.02 Build 3
  Type:                  PRIMARY
  Licensed Cmd Set(s):   Standard Feature Set

I have the new image (sg0510001.adi-gz, downloaded from Cicso website) on an FTP server.  I am following instructions in Cisco's document "Upgrading Your CSS Software" (http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/webscale/css/css_510/admgd/upgrade.htm).  When I try to upgrade the image using the upgrade script, the script bombs with the following message "Error in script playback line:597".  

When I try the upgrade using the manual method "Manually Upgrading the CSS", I can transfer the file using FTP, and unpack it.  I then isue the command: primary boot-file sg0510001, and get "Filename not present on disk".  

Any ideas?  

Thanks in advance.  



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blowfish
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blowfish
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blowfishAuthor Commented:
I downloaded the wrong software image file.  

This image is for a CSS 11500, not a CSS 11150/11152.  The correct image is ap0503015.adi.gz.  

Regards,

--frankf
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hmkiasCommented:
b4 upgrading did u check the hardware namely Flash & boot  could go with  the new CSS.

Kias
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blowfishAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your answer.  

I had printed the wrong maual, and downloaded the wrong software image.  

I now have the correct image file, and have successfully upgraded both of my CSS.  
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