About a month ago one of my SRX100 started to go into a bootloop for no obvious reason to me.
After some hours, it eventually stopped and booted up the system again (primary) and I was happy that I could create a rescue config. However, I did not have time to copy the configuration to a remote host before this issue started again. The device boots up, give me a few error messages that varies, such as:
SUMMARY INFORMATION BAD SALVAGE? yes BLK(S) MISSING IN BIT MAPS SALVAGE? yes FREE BLK COUNT(S) WRONG IN SUPERBLK SALVAGE? yes
Sometimes it also says (but as stated before, it varies):
INCORRECT BLOCK COUNT I=33517 (16 should be 0) CORRECT? yes
So I started google a bit and found several posts that looked similar and they where all recommended to install a fresh version of JUNOS from a USB or TFTP server. So I did the same. I installed the newest version I could find (junos-12.1X45-D15.5-domestic) using TFTP with the
--format option but I am still having the same problem.
Basically, the device is fine and can boot up, I can even log in (the interfaces haven't activated yet though), and after about 50-60 sec it just reboots again, without any messages on the console. Looks like it got a power reset or something.
I've also tried running the
nand-mediack.sh utility (just running the script, no options) but it just comes back empty.
So, anyone have a clue of what's going on here? Is there any logs I can look at? Can I transfer my config out of there?
Thanks in advance.