This events.txt file is not a text file, but binary data. I cannot read it. What are the contents of the error events? What information do you see related to Daemon Manager?
Please find some of the errors i could see in event viewer
The CiscoWorks Daemon Manager service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 3 time(s).
The CiscoWorks Daemon Manager service entered the running state.
The CiscoWorks Daemon Manager service was successfully sent a start control.
The CiscoWorks Daemon Manager service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 2 time(s).
The CiscoWorks Tomcat Servlet Engine service entered the running state.
The CiscoWorks Tomcat Servlet Engine service was successfully sent a start control.
The WMI Performance Adapter service entered the stopped state.
The Network Location Awareness (NLA) service entered the running state.
I need you to please treat this with high priority, as we are using cisco LMS for monitoring our Production servers, meantime yesterday there was a major issue and din't receive any alarm , as our lms was dead..
I request you to please help me sorting out this issue at the earliest.
The forum is a best-effort support medium only. Answering these questions is not part of my job, and I do so when I am able. If you need urgent help, open a TAC service request, and they can assist you in real time.
I do understand the same, But i requested your help as you have always been accurate in helping me out of any issues, that too in very short span of time period.
Again, i request you/Netpros to please guide me / help me in sorting out this issue.
I would really be thankfull to all of you.
As I said, I need to see your syslog.log. IT would also be helpful to see dmgtDbg.log. If the files are too big, compress them. They are text, and will compress quite well.
I tried to compress Syslog.log but the size is still 52 MB...
is there other way we can get Daemon manager working....
You can open a TAC service request, and then they can provide you an FTP site to which the files can be uploaded. Once there, they can be analyzed to find a solution.
Hi, Thanks for your support , but The Device is not in coverage anymore, so its not possible for us to open a TAC case.....