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Release Notes for Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite, Internet Streamer 3.3.1

Contents

New Features

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b101

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b87

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b81

Open Caveats

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b101

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b87

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b81

Resolved Caveats

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b101

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b87

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b81

Enhancements

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b101

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b87

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b81

Accessing Bug Search

Upgrading to Release 3.3.1

Downgrading from Release 3.3.1

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Release Notes for Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite, Internet Streamer 3.3.1

These Release Notes describe the features, caveats, and enhancements for the Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite, Internet Streamer Release 3.3.1.

June 30, 2014

OL-29883-05

New Features

The new features section consists of the following sub sections:

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b101

The Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101 introduces the following features:

  • Upgrade LSI SAS adapter firmware on CDE250-2SX

To handle the non-responding SSD issue (refer to bug CSCuo76567 ) and system problem on CDE250-2SX with it, the LSI SAS2008 adapter with SSD on CDE250- 2SX are requested to upgrade the new firware and new mpt2sas driver. Release 3.3.1-b101 is upgraded with the mpt2sas driver automatically when this image is installed or upgraded on SE,

We highly recommend that you upgrade the SAS2008 adapter firmware and bios to 19.00.00.00 manually by using hidden CLIs.

To manually upgrade the SAS2008 adapter, follow these steps:


Step 1 Check the SAS firmware version and the bios version using the hidden CLI:

streamer#smpt2sas firmware show
LSI Corporation SAS2 Flash Utility
Version 19.00.00.00 (2014.03.17)
Copyright (c) 2008-2014 LSI Corporation. All rights reserved
 
Adapter Selected is a LSI SAS: SAS2008(B2)
 
Num Ctlr FW Ver NVDATA x86-BIOS PCI Addr
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
0 SAS2008(B2) 06.00.00.00 06.05.00.02 07.03.00.00 00:03:00:00
1 SAS2008(B2) 06.00.00.00 06.05.00.02 07.03.00.00 00:04:00:00
2 SAS2008(B2) 06.00.00.00 06.05.00.02 07.03.00.00 00:87:00:00
 

Note The current firmware version is 06.00.00.00 and should be upgraded to 19.00.00.00.

If the streamer does not have a LSI SAS2008 adapter in it, the smpt2sas firmware show command will show an error.


 

Step 2 Offload the streamer.

Step 3 Upgrade the SAS firmware and the bios using the hidden CLI:

streamer#smpt2sas firmware upgrade-to-v19
Upgrade smpt2sas firmware to ver19 will reboot this device, please offload
the device, continue? [y/n]: y
 
 
LSI Corporation SAS2 Flash Utility
Version 19.00.00.00 (2014.03.17)
Copyright (c) 2008-2014 LSI Corporation. All rights reserved
 
Ignoring All other commands except for output flags
 
Attempting to flash Boot Service to LSI SAS SAS2008(B2) :
 
Validating BIOS Image...
 
BIOS Header Signature is Valid
 
BIOS Image has a Valid Checksum.
 
BIOS PCI Structure Signature Valid.
 
BIOS Image Compatible with the SAS Controller.
 
Attempting to Flash BIOS Image...
...
...
...
...
Finished Processing Commands Successfully.
Exiting SAS2Flash.
 
LSI Corporation SAS2 Flash Utility
Version 19.00.00.00 (2014.03.17)
Copyright (c) 2008-2014 LSI Corporation. All rights reserved
 
Adapter Selected is a LSI SAS: SAS2008(B2)
 
Num Ctlr FW Ver NVDATA x86-BIOS PCI Addr
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
0 SAS2008(B2) 19.00.00.00 11.00.00.08 07.37.00.00 00:03:00:00
1 SAS2008(B2) 19.00.00.00 11.00.00.08 07.37.00.00 00:04:00:00
2 SAS2008(B2) 19.00.00.00 11.00.00.08 07.37.00.00 00:87:00:00
 
Finished Processing Commands Successfully.
Exiting SAS2Flash.
 
reboot device...
 
 

Note If the device fails to complete reboot in long time (20 minutes), we recommend that you power cycle the device manually.



 

To downgrade the LSI SAS adapter, follow these steps:


Step 1 Offload the streamer.

Step 2 Downgrade the VDS-IS from 3.3.1-b101 to 3.3.1-b100.

Step 3 Downgrade the SAS firmware and the bios using the hidden CLI:

streamer#smpt2sas firmware flash-to-v6
Flash smpt2sas firmware to ver6 will reboot this device, please offload the
device, continue? [y/n]: y
LSI Corporation SAS2 Flash Utility
Version 19.00.00.00 (2014.03.17)
Copyright (c) 2008-2014 LSI Corporation. All rights reserved
....
....
....
reboot device...
 

Note If the device fails to complete reboot in long time (20 minutes), we recommend that you power cycle the device manually.



 

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b87

There are no new features in Release 3.3.1-b87.

New Features in Release 3.3.1-b81

The Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81 introduces the following features:

  • Performance Enhancements

Release 3.3.1-b81 enhances the performance of the following:

WebEngine performance is enhanced for HSS/HLS and HTTP small objects streaming

WebEngine CPU usage is reduced when serving a large amount of concurrent sessions

Generic Session Tracking performance is enhanced

Service rules processing performance is enhanced by using a new regular expression library

  • Configurable Memory Cache Duration

Release 3.3.1-b81 introduces a new parameter Memory Cache Duration for Delivery Service setting. The Disable File Caching on Disk and the Memory Cache Duration parameters can now be configured per Service Engine within a Delivery Service.

  • 64 Bit SNMP MIB

Release 3.3.1-b81 implements ifXEntry of ifXTable in IF-MIB(RFC2863) to extend the variety and range of supported network interface statistics with the following exceptions:

ifPromiscuousMode in ifXEntry supports get only

ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable and ifCounterDiscontinuityTime in ifXEntry are not supported

  • Multicast FEC Configuration

Release 3.3.1-b81 provides FEC proactive parity size and delay as well as checkpoint transfer option configurations for multicast file transfer. This includes both CDSM GUI and API changes.

  • Multicast Stats CLI

Release 3.3.1-b81 introduces multicast stats CLI. The multicasr stats CLI is used to show the statistics of multicast delivery. The CLI shows total send bytes, total retransmitted bytes, total send data bytes in Sender, and total received bytes, the number of packets loss, the number of packets discard and so on in Receiver.

Open Caveats

The open caveats section consists of the following sub sections:

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b101

Table 1 lists the open issues in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

 

Table 1 Open Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101

Bug ID
Description

CSCup48655

KDB issue from SE-woo-cdn250-is-1

CSCup44070

Unable to remove interface from port-channel

CSCup44050

Interface shows up/up even if there are no cables attached

CSCuh62411

Filename with encoded "%20" for space return with 500 error

CSCuo95633

VDS-IS Contentmgr Health Probe Timed out

CSCum61733

Core Dump fmscore

CSCtr61896

(2938654)core.fmscore.2.6.0.b400 found in SE during stress test

CSCup61466

Sysmon:disks not mark as unusable after unplug the disk controller

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b87

Table 2 lists the open issues in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

Table 2 Open Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87

Bug ID
Description

CSCuo76567

Unable to write or read disk, protocol engines not see disk issue

CSCuo45080

UKSE and WE are in "D" status

CSCuh36299

Enforcing SNMP Community String Restrictions (CDSM GUI & CLI)

CSCuh62411

Filename with encoded "%20" for space return with 500 error

CSCun29852

Loop exists in the forward list from the cli '#sh programs xxx'

CSCue83654

Remove Primed option for Movie-Streamer Live program Device Groups

CSCul53304

Reboot clears 'Delivery Service IP' lines

Open Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b81

Table 3 lists the open issues in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

Table 3 Open Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81

Bug ID
Description

CSCtr61896

(2938654)core.fmscore.2.6.0.b400 found in SE during stress test

CSCty06704

core.MetaDataReceive.3.0.0.b15 found in IPV6 enabled device.

CSCuf24463

Edge SE sends revalidation requests to offloaded CA

CSCuh56665

Primary and Backup sender is misbehaving in Multicast-unicast mode

CSCuj18923

SNMP cdsHttpPerfReqPerSec is not working.

CSCul23277

Changes to origin content results in failed replication in CDS

CSCul54059

cache content max-cache-entries CLI Missing- Version 3.2.0 Build 26

CSCtr61896

(2938654)core.fmscore.2.6.0.b400 found in SE during stress test

CSCty06704

core.MetaDataReceive.3.0.0.b15 found in IPV6 enabled device.

CSCuf24463

Edge SE sends revalidation requests to offloaded CA

CSCuh56665

Primary and Backup sender is misbehaving in Multicast-unicast mode

CSCuj18923

SNMP cdsHttpPerfReqPerSec is not working.

CSCul23277

Changes to origin content results in failed replication in CDS

CSCul54059

cache content max-cache-entries CLI Missing- Version 3.2.0 Build 26

CSCum15426

Unable to validate an authfile with an IP address ending with .255.

CSCum56161

VDS-IS 3.3.x does not support SFP/SFP+ transceivers on a UCS hardware

CSCum61733

Core Dump fmscore

CSCun22009

Require to upgrade e1000 driver on new release

CSCun89121

WebEngine failed to start due to bind failure to some management port

CSCun91280

Cache-router core found on customer SE

CSCum00031

Nack suppressed alarm got rised and receiver not able to receive files

CSCum05114

Receiver not receiving the complete file of 50MB with delay of 1000ms

CSCum37063

Multiple SFXD cores found while distributing late joining receivers

CSCun47857

nodehealthds process hung when too many alarms raised in a short time

CSCun99220

ContentMgr coredump caused by 4G memory limitation

CSCuo06492

ContentMgr died several times and uns core dump after 3.5 day stress

CSCuo28357

Web engine memory usage keeps increasing during longevity testing

CSCuo28348

CDN devices didn't update incorrect Last-Modified date

CSCuo53304

Domain OS as IPv6 OS is not supported

Resolved Caveats

The resolved caveats section consists of the following sub sections:

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b101

Table 4 lists the issues resolved in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

Table 4 Resolved Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101

Bug ID
Description

CSCuo45080

UKSE and WE are in "D" status

CSCuo76567

Unable to write or read disk, protocol engines not see disk issue

CSCup09530

DSCP configuration not passed to WMT service

CSCup14628

100% High CPU consumed by UKSE_wq

CSCuh56665

Primary and Backup sender is misbehaving in Multicast-unicast mod

CSCup12316

Quova-restful-gds: marking Geo server as bad upon a 400 Bad Request

CSCup30928

Cisco VDS-IS OpenSSL 1.0.1g vulnerabilities fix

CSCup31038

Web Engine hit error with memory cache enabled

CSCun22009

Require to upgrade e1000 driver on new release

CSCup41991

Web Engine core under mp3 live stress when GST enabled

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b87

Table 5 lists the issues resolved in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

Table 5 Resolved Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87

Bug ID
Description

CSCun89121

WebEngine failed to start due to bind failure to some management port

CSCuo28348

CDN devices didn't update incorrect Last-Modified date .

CSCun32554

SE is wrong to mark itself as location leader in specific topology

CSCuo72923

Setting CDSM IP with domain name doesn't work on SE after reload

CSCuo73057

One SE in shout cast delivery service failed to play live mp3 url

CSCuo84562

WebEngine session hung and kept at 'CLOSE_WAIT' when playing mp3 live assets

CSCuo86734

WebEngine core dump happened under multiple mp3 live requests

CSCuo87331

WebEngine MEM leak happened when running pure mp3 live stress

Resolved Caveats in Release 3.3.1-b81

Table 6 lists the issues resolved in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

Table 6 Resolved Caveats for Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81

Bug ID
Description

CSCul85562

SE becomes unresponsive sometimes

CSCun30264

cms got "error 13" response on calling APIs provided by NodeHealthMgrDs

CSCun66926

EMDB grows bigger in size leadingto acquistion failure or reacquisition

CSCun41361

Fix FMS plugin bugs based on code review

CSCun35411

core.exec_show_runni found on customer SE

CSCul39975

WMT ingest logging does not work

CSCuj37327

fms authorization footer show wrong transaction records count

CSCun40952

UNS looksup, if 1st disk has issue, all UNS lookup in bucket always fail

CSCun26376

ftp export process in hung state waiting for new connection

CSCun78781

disk recover-cdnfs-volumes comand does not erase CDNFS

CSCun04475

Content manager logs still exported after being disabled

CSCun61430

FD leak when os failover enabled

CSCun01552

disk alarm due to big sbss_start_log under service log directory

CSCul07217

authsvr failes to update the configured rule file

CSCul40756

Web Engine core dump at FastCacheContentStore::MarshallMetaData

CSCul93537

SE page allocation failure issue

CSCum84611

VDS-IS streamers doesnt respond after a reboot

CSCum60211

FD leak in Movie streamer protocol engine

CSCun22018

RTMP request is redirected by SR with multiple SE name

CSCum97495

The linux kernel clocksource watchdog issue

CSCul02598

WE:Revalidation will do for every reqeust when expire is 1970 UTC

CSCul02179

Disk threshold alarm was not cleared

CSCum70211

Alarms don't show up on CDSM GUI

CSCum44599

rpc_httpd core found on customer's SE

CSCul88721

Request with Accept headers for special MIME type got 406 response

CSCuj79973

URL signed string should not be passed to upstream

CSCul03745

Process Flush stuck in D status and would cause UKSE or webengine stuck

CSCul71323

WE: datasource hung after stress test of max-age=5

CSCui91096

rfqdn_to_ofqdn map not updated on specific scenario

CSCue27984

SE goes to offline in CDSM due to out of memory

CSCuf45665

SNMP core core.snmpced.3.1.2.b26.ipvbuild.18643 on customer device

CSCud16202

CMS/CLI: some configurations in running config lost

CSCul43691

VM: wrong value of BW shown form show service-router service-monitor

CSCul01278

Delete and re-add default gateway will cause network down with ova image

CSCul93497

RFC: fails to handle chunked response to an HTTP/1.1 client

CSCul96548

HTTP 504 caused by stale entries in perdsvclocation.xml after downgrade

CSCum11947

GUI responses slow when deleting content on 100+ SEs

CSCuo31566

Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.0.1g to fix heartbleed vulnerability issue

Enhancements

The enhancements section consists of the following sub sections:

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b101

Table 7 lists the enhancements in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

 

Table 7 Enhancements in Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b101

Bug ID
Description

CSCuo94218

VDS-IS Splunk UF parameter optimization

CSCup16901

Web Engine 304 response strips out CORS headers(Enhancement)

CSCup31363

Web Engine: Enhance memory usage for MP3 live case

CSCup28421

SR: CORS support 302 for Chromecast device(Enhancement)

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b87

Table 8 lists the enhancements in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

 

Table 8 Enhancements in Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b87

Bug ID
Description

CSCun29314

ContMgr: file eviction needs happen before dir number archives define value

Enhancements in Release 3.3.1-b81

Table 9 lists the enhancements in the Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81.

Click on the bug ID to view the bug details. This information is displayed in the Bug Search .

 

Table 9 Enhancements in Cisco VDS-IS Release 3.3.1-b81

Bug ID
Description

CSCun82867

Add new OVA configuration with disk size and network interface changes

CSCun38210

Transaction logs is not uniform in A&D

CSCun27527

Aquire & Distribution logs have incorrect format

CSCum62202

Service router to change TTL to 0 in the DNS response if SE is down

CSCum11073

64 bit SNMP MIB support

CSCum00104

IGMPV3 auto configuration

CSCuh86391

Support two source IP address for IGMPv3

CSCuc27823

Intelligent interpretation of disk error statistics ("show disk health")

CSCul79275

IS 3.3: CMS failed to start with only IPV6 address on interface

Accessing Bug Search

This section explains how to use the Bug Toolkit to search for a specific bug or to search for all bugs in a release.


Step 1 Go to https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/ .

Step 2 At the Log In screen, enter your registered Cisco.com username and password; then, click Log In . The Bug Toolkit page opens.


Note If you do not have a Cisco.com username and password, you can register for them at http://tools.cisco.com/RPF/register/register.do.


Step 3 To search for a specific bug, click the Search Bugs tab, enter the bug ID in the Search for Bug ID field, and click Go .

Step 4 To search for bugs in the current release, click the Search Bugs tab and specify the following criteria:

  • Select the Model/SW Family Product Category drop-down list box, then enter Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite for Internet Streaming or select the name from the Select from list option.
  • Select Cisco Internet Streamer Application from the list that displays
  • The Internet Streamer Application Software type displays in the Software Type drop-down list box.
  • Releases—[ 3.3.1].
  • Advanced Filter Options—Define custom criteria for an advanced search by selecting an appropriate value from the drop-down lists by choosing either one Filter or multiple filters from the available categories. After each selection, the results page will automatically load below the filters pane. If you select multiple filters, it behaves like an AND condition.

Modified Date—Select one of these options to filter bugs: Last Week, Last 30 days, Last 6 months, Last year, or All.

Status—Select Fixed, Open, Other, or Terminated.

Select Fixed to view fixed bugs. To filter fixed bugs, uncheck the Fixed check box and select the appropriate suboption (Resolved or Verified) that appears below the Fixed check box.

Select Open to view all open bugs. To filter the open bugs, uncheck the Open check box and select the appropriate suboptions that appear below the Open check box.

Select Other to view any bugs that are duplicates of another bug.

Select Terminated to view terminated bugs. To filter terminated bugs, uncheck the Terminated check box and select the appropriate suboption (Closed, Junked, or Unreproducible) that appears below the Terminated check box. Select multiple options as required.

Severity—Select the severity level:

1: Catastrophic.

2: Severe

3: Moderate

4: Minor

5: Cosmetic

6: Enhancement

Rating—Select the bug’s quality rating: 5 Stars (excellent), 4 or more Stars (good), 3 or more Stars (medium), 2 or more Stars (moderate), 1 or more Stars (poor), or No Stars.

Support Cases—Select whether the bug Has Support Cases or No Support Cases.

Bug Type—Select whether the bug is Employee Visible & Customer Visible or Customer Visible Only.

Step 5 Click Search . The Bug Search displays the list of bugs based on the specified search criteria.

Step 6 You can save or email the current search by clicking their respective option.

If you have any problems using the Bug Search tool, log into the Technical Support website at http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/support/index.html or contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC).

Upgrading to Release 3.3.1

Release 3.3.1 supports upgrading from Release 2.5.11, Release 2.6.3, Release 3.0.x, Release 3.1.x, Release 3.2.x, and Release 3.3.0.


Note Release 3.3.1 uses a new regular expression library RE2-20131024, which improves the performance, but is lack of support for some advanced regex syntax, e.g. back-reference.

Please refer to https://code.google.com/p/re2/ for the details of the unsupported syntax.

When upgrading to Release 3.3.1, if you were using any unsupported regex syntax in service rules, you need to update them. The examples in configuration guides of previous releases still work in Release 3.3.1.


 


Note When upgrading from Release 2.x to Release 3.x, and the streaming interface IP address is set as the management IP address on the SE, the rpc_httpd process fails to start because of a port 443 binding issue. Before upgrading to Release 3.x, either check the Use SE's primary IP address for management communication check box on the Device Activation page for the SE, or use a separate IP addresses for the streaming traffic and the management traffic (primary interface).



Note When upgrading from Release 2.5.11, you must upgrade to Release 2.6.3 before upgrading to Release 3.x.


When upgrading from Release 2.5.11, all content is erased. For Service Engines, this means that prefetched metadata and content need to be redistributed from upstream SEs after the upgrade, and that cached content is not preserved. Additionally, Flash Media Streaming service rules must be converted from device-based service rules to the Service Rule XML file. For more information on upgrading from Release 2.5.11, see the Cisco Internet Streamer CDS 2.6 Software Upgrade Guide ( http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/cds/cda/is/2_6/upgrade_guide/upgrade.html ).

We strongly recommend that you upgrade your CDS network devices in the following order:

1. Multicast sender Service Engines

2. Multicast receiver Service Engines

3. Edge Service Engines

4. Middle-tier Service Engines

5. Content Acquirers

6. Service Routers

7. Standby CDSMs (Upgrade before primary when using the GUI only.)

8. Primary CDSM


Note When using the CDSM GUI to upgrade from Release 2.5.11 to Release 2.6.3, after you upgrade the standby CDSM, if you switch roles of the standby CDSM and primary CDSM to maintain an active CDSM, the old primary CDSM is now the standby CDSM, and the old standby CDSM is now the primary CDSM. At this point, you must use the CLI to upgrade the new standby CDSM. The primary CDSM GUI cannot upgrade the standby CDSM.

Alternatively, if you do not switch roles of the standby CDSM and primary CDSM, you can use the CDSM GUI to upgrade the primary CDSM. The primary CDSM loses connectivity with the CDS devices for a short time during the upgrade, but this is not service affecting.

When using the CDSM GUI to upgrade from Release 2.6.3 and later releases to Release 3.3.1, after you upgrade the standby CDSM, if you switch roles of the standby CDSM and primary CDSM to maintain an active CDSM at all times, the new primary CDSM GUI can be used to upgrade the new standby CDSM.


 

For more information on the upgrade procedure, see the Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3 Software Configuration Guide.

After the upgrade procedure starts, do not make any configuration changes until all the devices have been upgraded.

Downgrading from Release 3.3.1

For software downgrades from Release 3.3.1 on systems with primary and standby CDSMs, you need to do the following:


Step 1 If you are using the CDSM GUI, downgrade the standby CDSM first, followed by the primary CDSM.

If you are using the CLI, downgrade the primary CDSM first, followed by the standby CDSM.

Step 2 After downgrading the primary and standby CDSMs, using the CLI, log in to each CDSM and run the following commands:

  • To downgrade from 3.3.1 to 2.5.9 or 2.5.11
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_1_to_3_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_to_3_2
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_2_b20_to_3_1_2_b19
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_1_to_3_1
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_to_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_0_to_2_6
cms database downgrade
cms enable
 

Then, consult the Downgrading the Internet Streamer CDS Software chapter in the Cisco Internet Streamer CDS 2.6 Software Upgrade Guide for downgrading from Release 2.6.x to Release 2.5.9 or 2.5.11.

  • To downgrade from 3.3.1 to 2.6.x
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_1_to_3_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_to_3_2
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_2_b20_to_3_1_2_b19
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_1_to_3_1
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_to_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_0_to_2_6
cms database downgrade
cms enable
 

After downgrade from 3.3.1 to 2.6.1, If SE does not come up in operational status in SR, restart the Service Router and the operational state will be updated.

  • To downgrade from 3.3.1 to 3.1.0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_1_to_3_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_to_3_2
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_2_b20_to_3_1_2_b19
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_1_to_3_1
cms database downgrade
cms enable
 
  • To downgrade from 3.3.1 to 3.1.1 or 3.1.2.bN(N<20)
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_1_to_3_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_to_3_2
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_1_2_b20_to_3_1_2_b19
cms database downgrade
cms enable
 
  • To downgrade from 3.3.1 to 3.1.2.bN(N>=20) or 3.2
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_1_to_3_3_0
cms database downgrade script downgrade/Downgrade3_3_to_3_2
cms database downgrade
cms enable

Step 3 Downgrade the software on the Service Routers, followed by the Service Engines.


 

Related Documentation

Refer to the following documents for additional information about Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3.1:

  • Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3 Software Configuration Guide
  • Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.0–3.1 Quick Start Guide
  • Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3 Command Reference
  • Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3 Alarms and Error Messages Guide
  • Release Notes for Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.3.1
  • Cisco VDS Internet Streamer 3.0–3.3 Software Installation Guide for non-CDEs
  • Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for Cisco Content Delivery Engines
  • Open Sources Used in VDS IS Release 3.3
  • Cisco Content Delivery Engine 205/220/250/420 Hardware Installation Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/cds/cde/cde205_220_420/installation/guide/cde205_220_420_hig.html

  • Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for Cisco Content Delivery Engines

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/cds/cde/regulatory/compliance/CDE_RCSI.html

  • Cisco UCS C200 Installation and Service Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/unified_computing/ucs/c/hw/C200M1/install/c200M1.html

  • Cisco UCS C210 Installation and Service Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/unified_computing/ucs/c/hw/C210M1/install/C210M1.html

The entire CDS software documentation suite is available on Cisco.com at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7127/tsd_products_support_series_home.html

The entire CDS hardware documentation suite is available on Cisco.com at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7126/tsd_products_support_series_home.html

The Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers documentation is available on Cisco.com at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10493/prod_installation_guides_list.html

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation , which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html

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This document is to be used in conjunction with the documents listed in the “Related Documentation” section.