I had renamed a subscriber a few weeks ago, and ended up getting frequent warning messages for DC Directory for my CCM publisher. I ran reconfig_cluster.cmd on the CCM Publisher, and this cleared the warnings but also caused some problems for IPCC. Two symptoms are unable to view Cluster Status in Control Panel and save scripts in the repository. Also, I when adding a new user in CCM they show up in IPCC, but deleting them in CCM has no effect. CCM version is 4.1(3)sr5b w/ DC Directory. IPCC Express version is 4.0(4)SR1
Syslog shows the following periodically:
%MCVD-CVD-3-NODE_CONFIG_ERROR: Cannot retrieve node configuration; Exception=com.cisco.cluster.impl.cvd.config.ClusterConfigurationException: Cannot instantiate node configuration for node = clusters; nested exception is: java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "clusters"
%MCVD-CVD-3-ACCESS_LDAP_ERROR: CVD can not access LDAP; Exception=com.cisco.cluster.impl.cvd.config.ClusterConfigurationException: Cannot instantiate LDAP configurator; nested exception is: com.cisco.cluster.impl.cvd.config.ClusterConfigurationException: Cannot instantiate node configuration for node = clusters; nested exception is: java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "clusters"
Anybody seen this before, or have ideas on how to proceed. TAC so far has just suggested resetting the LDAP connection and rebooting the cluster but I'm thinking some work in the DC Directory backend will have to be performed.
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