Monitored Phones is zero on 1040 after upg to CUSM 2.2
The two 1040 sensors were running and I could see MOS reports on CUSM 2.1.
After the upgrade to CUOM 2.2/CUSM 2.2 I can see the CUCM based CVTQ reports but not the sensor based reports. The two sensors show zero Monitored Phones. From the sensors web page I can see on the Diagnostics link that the sensors are indeed analysing streams and sending data. The sensor image file was changed to the SvcMonAB2_102.img as required by the install procedures. Both sensors are registered with the CUSM 2.2.
The syslog.log only shows data after setting Logging debug level an shows sensor data:
14-Aug-2009|12:25:05.447|ERROR|Monitor|main|QOVRDbMonitor loaded from : C:/Program Files/CSCOpx/SimpleLog/sl_monitor.conf
14-Aug-2009|16:43:41.873|ERROR|Monitor|main|QOVRDbMonitor loaded from : C:/Program Files/CSCOpx/SimpleLog/sl_monitor.conf
19-Aug-2009|02:11:41.381|ERROR|Monitor|Thread-1|Occurred during maintenance: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "cmd": CreateProcess error=1450, Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service
19-Aug-2009|02:16:41.392|ERROR|Monitor|Thread-1|Occurred during maintenance: java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "cmd": CreateProcess error=1450, Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service
19-Aug-2009|16:27:50.961|ERROR|Monitor|main|QOVRDbMonitor loaded from : C:/Program Files/CSCOpx/SimpleLog/sl_monitor.conf
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