re-occurring ID 702911 daemon.errors LMS 3.1 including MR-CALL_ON_NULL_OBJECT Ciscoworks LMS 3.1
Our monitoring system is picking up traps from our LMS3.1 Ciscoworks every few days , usually around 2.00am and some at 22:00. I've checked and these times are not when the archive runs and we don't appear to have any jobs running in the files in /var/cron/spool/crontabs/ at this time.
The errors are r for CI-E-ESRVTHEXCEPTION-Service thread closure for queue Discovery and MR-CALL_ON_NULL_OBJECT-Tried to make a call on a NULL repository object errors.
Are these real errors or can they be ignored?
The system is currently in failback mode . Also some log files are indicated on the LMS GUI that they are too large, but I've trimmed then down as much as possible. Please see the summary of errors:
this is happening because of The inconsistencies referring to generally can arise during rediscoveries of networks which have changed since the previous discovery. Then any objects in the current topology which are no longer valid are deleted during the discovery process. However, some concurrent process may still try to access these objects simultaneously (i.e. during or soon after the deletion).
so basically it if from DFM application ,"it is is looking for objects that does not exist in the database"
you can ignore them ,it is not impacting the LMS application ,however to get rid of it. you need to reinitialize the DFM databases as below :
From DOS prompt: -Stop the CiscoWorks processes: net stop crmdmgtd (wait 5 minutes for the processes to stop)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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