We have 2000 devices added to the Common Services Server. From Common Services, we have managed to import all the devices to the RME. After import operation, all these devices are visible in Netconfig and Software Management section. But, in the RME->Devices->Device Management, all the devices are in the âpendingâ state. There is no change in the âpendingâ state for last 7 days.
I don't see any problems here. But you have restart Daemon Manager at least twice since reporting this problem.
Go to RME > Admin > Device Mgmt > Device Management Settings, and disable Auto Manager from DCR. Then, delete all of the devices from RME under RME > Devices > Device Management > RME Devices. Then click the Add button, and add one device from DCR to RME. Does it become managed?
I followed ur input and most of the devices are now become managed. Some (less than 5%) still in pending state. How to trobleshoot these devices? I mean how to figure out whether it is a network related or LMS related problem. Which log file to analyze?
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