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Problem when configuring a power stack on a C3750X

Posted on 2016-10-26
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Hi,
I had a 4 members switch stack. I added a 5th, removed the 4th and renumbered the 5th to 4. "sh int status" shows Gi4/0/x Interfaces. So far so good. Now I created a power stack. I set power inline port priority. This doesn't work for switch 4. "sh power inline module 4" shows nothing. The same with module 5 brings up the port configuring for the old 5th stack member. What can cause this "split brain"?

Thanks a lot

Olaf
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by:agonza07
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Could be a software bug. Have you tried rebooting the entire stack?
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by:olaf_joerk
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Yes, I did. But I surely overlooked the link to the Switch model. I expected to get an output of "sh power inline ..." also for switches without PoE, not for the ports but the module itself. This is likely not the case apart from the headline. My current switch4 is without PoE. So there is no output or an error message respectively. My former switch5 was one with PoE. Somehow the stack is still remembering this Switch.
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The 5th switch is still provisioned in config. Can you post the output from show run | i provision, please?
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by:olaf_joerk
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You were right.

PHYSWU01#sh run | i provision
switch 1 provision ws-c3750x-24p
switch 2 provision ws-c3750x-24p
switch 3 provision ws-c3750x-24p
switch 4 provision ws-c3750x-48
switch 5 provision ws-c3750x-24p

"no switch 5 provision" will do the trick?
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by:olaf_joerk
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Yes it did. Thanks for your hint. You pointed me to the right direction.
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by:olaf_joerk
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Got the right hint from Craig.
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