I have a problem with LMS 4.2, i had some device that i deleted from the LMS manually trough the inventory. ths devices are not present anymore in my infrastructure. but a few days ago, some alerts come back to the fault monitor with that device "not responsive", so i went in CLI to the DFM and remove all the devices not present. everything was good, but some days later, the alert come back again.
so, my question is: where the lms keep the informations about the devices? i thought it was in the DFM, but it seems there is another place.
and to continue, i have some problem with VSS, i can't manage it perfectly, some days i can see the the port and ip in Fault Device Detail and some days i can't. i have some alerts about Interface VLAN down, but the interface AND the VLAN are not present anymore. i deleted the device, then rediscovered it, it works few days, then reappair... i'm just ready to burn all the LMS ^^
thanks for the reply, effectively, i already did that, the problem was in the management, it seems some devices became "suspended" after the reinitialization of the databases. i re-managed it and it works good.
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