11-10-2011 01:59 PM - edited 11-10-2011 03:37 PM
Hi, I just upgraded an srx210 to 11.2r3 and after installation I had a solid amber alarm light on. So I did a 'show system alarms' and the output I received was:
root@pl-rtr-01> show system alarms
1 alarms currently active
Alarm time Class Description
2011-11-10 16:03:29 EST Minor Autorecovery information needs to be saved
I can't find any information on this. I guess I am looking in the wrong places. The only two alarms I could find for system were invalid license and no rescue config. The alarm I got kind of sounds like no recuse config, but I saved mine and the light didn't go off. Any help would be appreciated. Just as a side not, I upgraded the web server to module-mode, and it is definitely much faster. I don't like using it, but when I have to it is not painfully slow anymore. Thanks
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11-10-2011 02:09 PM
This sounds like you don't have a rescue configuration saved. This is a fallback configuration that can be used in case of problems.
To save the current configuration as the rescue configuration use this command.
request system configuration rescue save
11-10-2011 03:51 PM
Thanks spuluka, but that was the first thing I tried, from the CLI first and then from the J-Web interface. My rescue config saved successfully both times, but the light is still there and the alarm is still there when I do 'show system alarms'. I can view my rescue config with 'show configuration rescue'.
Any other ideas? Maybe if I reboot it will catch that I have the rescue config?
11-10-2011 04:03 PM
Interesting, It looks like a new feature. I see this in the release notes Junos OS 11.2
Autorecovery—This feature is supported on dual-partitioned SRX100, SRX210, SRX220, SRX240, and SRX650 Services Gateways. With this feature, disk partitioning, configuration, and licenses information can be recovered in case of corruption.
This feature provides the following functions:
• Detect corruptions in disk partitioning during system bootup and attempt to recover partitions automatically
• Detect corruptions in the Junos OS configuration during system bootup and attempt to recover the configuration automatically
• Detect corruptions in Junos OS licenses during system bootup and attempt to recover licenses automatically
Table 8 on page 129 lists the supported CLI commands and its description: Table 8: Supported CLI Commands for
request system autorecovery state save
Saves current state of the disk partitioning, configuration, and licenses for autorecovery.
request system autorecovery state clear
Clears all saved autorecovery information.
show system autorecovery state
Performs checks and shows status of all autorecovered items.
11-10-2011 07:25 PM
Thanks a lot spuluka. That is spot on. I did end up rebooting it and the alarm light went off, but this was definitely the issue.
*********> show system autorecovery state
File Recovery Information Integrity Check Action / Status
rescue.conf.gz Saved Passed None
Slice Recovery Information Integrity Check Action / Status
s1 Saved Passed None
s2 Saved Passed None
s3 Saved Passed None
s4 Saved Passed None
I'm not exactly sure when this backup took place. I didn't use the save version of that command, it was like that when I checked.
04-23-2013 11:19 PM
Did the autorecovery save command and the Amber Light went off immediately, even without having to reboot the device.