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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily unavailable.

Hi

has anyone an idea what that message means? All processes are running fine and I can't find that error message in any log or documentation.

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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

May be temporary. Did you tried daemon manager restart?

Please share screenshot and details on what exactly you're trying to do, when you get this error.

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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

To restart the daemon manager, I have to wait for the next maintenance window.

Any idea to investigate the error to avoid its return?

Cisco Employee

LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

Reasons are unknown on almost all SRs I have seen with this issue. As performace portion doesnt have much data, reinitialize is the easiest option, done in seconds.

But that would too, require daemon restart. you can Share upm_ui.log, upmprocess.log, upmdbmonitor.log from NMSROOT/log and NMSROOTdatabases\upm\upm.log.

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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

Would not reinitializing the db clear all data?

Cisco Employee

LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

Yes it does, but for the specific module, just performence, which means loosing custom templates, but you can export important one's.

Not any other details from LMS.

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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

I have seens some of the older issues in LMS 4.2.2 as well as 4.2.3, and the issue came out to be corrupt DB for Performance Management portion of LMS. Was fixed with the DB reinitialization.

You may have to follow the same path if restart doesnt help.

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LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

Daemon manager restart did not help, but UPM DB process is running fine:

pdshow UPMDbEngine

    Process= UPMDbEngine

    State  = Program started - No mgt msgs received

    Pid    = 34732

    RC     = 0

    Signo  = 0

    Start  = 1/22/2014 12:37:57 AM

    Stop   = Not applicable

    Core   = Not applicable

    Info   = Application started by administrator request.

Next step is to validate the upm database or to clear the upm db transaction log?

(https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8796)

Cisco Employee

LMS 4.2.4: Device Performance Management Summary is temporarily

Though it is time consuming to stop daemon --> do a transaction log receovery --> and restart daemon to check effectiveness, it will be much better to try it once, which has a fair probability of fixing the issue.

Please try following procedure for Transaction log receovery :

Do a trasaction log recovery for all Db's :

     * Goto NMSROOT/databases/upm and remove upm.log file.

     * on command prompt run following command :

dbsrv10 -f  upm.db


Example:

C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\databases\upm>dir *.log

Volume in drive C has no label.

Volume Serial Number is E492-A3AB

  Directory of C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\databases\upm

03/27/2012  07:01 AM           196,608 upm.log

               1 File(s)        196,608 bytes

               0 Dir(s)  27,119,108,096 bytes free


C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\databases\rmeng>del upm.log (you have to delete if from GUI, cli mostly doesnt work)

C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\databases\rmeng>dbsrv10 -f upm.db

On Solaris, try :

env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/CSCOpx/objects/db/lib64 /opt/CSCOpx/objects/db/bin64/dbsrv10 -f /opt/CSCOpx/databases/upm/upm.db

Else for reinitialize, following is the command :

Solaris : /opt/CSCOpx/bin/dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=upm dmprefix=UPM

Windows : NMSROOT\bin\perl.exe NMSROOT\bin\dbRestoreOrig.pl dsn=upm dmprefix=UPM

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