RME Baseline complaince check - HTTP Status 500 - Internal Server Error
I have started have fun and games when I try running compliance checks against a baseline template. I am sure I didnt have this problem a couple of months ago when I first tested this out.
I have set up a template which contains the line:
- snmp-server enable traps syslog
I then tried running this against all the devices of a specific type: Cisco Catalyst 2950G 48 EI switch. This contains 192 devices. It runs and says that there are 165 compliant. When I try and open the report to see which ones, I get the HTTP Status 500 - Internal Server Error web page with the fist line saying java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 2.
I have experimented with various numbers of devices and found that this error will occur if I select 5 of more devices and 1 of them is non compliant.
If I select devices that are all compliant, I seem to be able to specify any number of devices. (I have done this with 33 devices so far)
If I specify 4, or fewer, devices with one of them being a non compliant device, the report works. If I specify 5 devices with 1 non compliant, I get the error.
I cant see any log file in the log dir that gets updated when I access the reports. Is there somewhere else?
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