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DFM 2.0.10 email weirdness

After a few months of observing a few issues (one being resolved by a new patch, thanks jclarke) with email alerting, I've narrowed the final issue down.

Each time I have re-init'd DFM for various troubleshooting reasons, DFM will resume emailing alerts. I have informational and Critical, Actice and Cleared events enabled.

What's happening is... I'm getting both email alerts for Active then Cleared. But... the Cleared emails have Active in the Status and Critical in the Severity. The data contained is correct though:

EVENT ID = 00001CO

ALERT ID = 00000RT

TIME = Wed 16-Apr-2008 14:18:15 MST

STATUS = Active

SEVERITY = Critical

MANAGED OBJECT = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

MANAGED OBJECT TYPE = Routers

EVENT DESCRIPTION = HighUtilization::Component=IF-xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/1 [Se0/0] [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx];OutputPacketRate=133.41908 PPS;Type=PROPPOINTTOPOINTSERIAL;CurrentUtilization=30.89455 %;InputPacketRate=153.18257 PPS;TrafficRate=59626.48 BYPS;UtilizationThreshold=80;DuplexMode=FULLDUPLEX;MaxSpeed=1544000;

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION =

This occurs on some switches and some routers but not all. It seems to change each time I've re-initialized DFM but its never %100 correct on the Cleared events. DFM fault logs show all these events as cleared, which is correct, something between DFM and email formatting? Anyone see this before?

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Re: DFM 2.0.10 email weirdness

I think this is a know issue with DFM 2.0 and there is no workaround for this issue as far as i know.

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Re: DFM 2.0.10 email weirdness

Well, I have opened a TAC on it so I'm pretty sure it will get resolved. I'll update the thread when it is. It doesn't seem to affect many people though, as far as I can tell on the forums here.

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