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Values in cda.log

Hi Guys,

Looking in /var/adm/CSCOpx/log/cda.log

com.cisco.nm.rmeng.inventory.cda.CDAReportGen,getCDAErrorReportData
K = 0 Value = nbltun07
K = 1 Value = OK
K = 2 Value = No Value To Test
K = 3 Value = Credentials not verified.
K = 4 Value = No Value To Test
K = 5 Value = Credentials not verified.
K = 6 Value = No Value To Test
K = 7 Value = Credentials not verified.
K = 8 Value = Nov 5 2007 14:22:01

K = 0 Value = nbltun09
K = 1 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 2 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 3 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 4 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 5 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 6 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 7 Value = Failed:Device Not Supported
K = 8 Value = Nov 5 2007 14:21:59

Can anyone tell me what the K value represents?

I am a newbie to CiscoWorks and clearly I have not setup a device properly, I am hoping further information from the K values will help me.

RTFM cheerfully accepted

Cheers

Phil

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Re: Values in cda.log

The K values here don't mean anything.  They just reflect array indexes.  The fact that the credentials are not being tested means that either you have not added them to the Device Credentials Repository under Common Services > Device and Credentials > Device Management, or the device in question is not supported by RME.  The latter will depend on your version of RME and the RME device packages you have loaded.  You can update device packages under Common Services > Software Center > Device Update.

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