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CCM DC Directory errors caused by adding CRS JTAPI triggers.

CCM 4.2(1)sr1b (2 svr cluster). IPCC Express Enhanced 4.0(4)sr1 (2 svr failover

config)

When adding JTAPI triggers via IPCX AppAdmin the add times out & all JTAPI triggers &

port groups disappear.

JTAPI state drops to partial service and will not go back into service.

At the same time this happens lots of DC Directory errors appear in App event log

on Publisher - event id 9415.

==============================================================

DCDirectory Warning Configuration 9415 xxCCM011

(BASE IL NEW CONNECT(46) Proc 88, Sev 14)

No free connection control blocks - connection refused.

This indicates that the maximum number of simultaneous TCP/IP

connections has been reached, and further connection

attempts will fail until one of the existing connections

has been closed.

Socket ID 34483502

Component LDAP

Number of CBs configured 504

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Only way to bring IPCX back to In-service is rebooting Pub & Primary IPCX server & this only puts JTAPI into service temporarily.

I have found the following bugs, but they are to do with a much older version of

CCM:

CSCed83833

CSCee00813

CSCee82637

Has this bug re-appeared?

Any suggestions greatfully received!

Thanks in advance.

Neil.

2 REPLIES
Cisco Employee

Re: CCM DC Directory errors caused by adding CRS JTAPI triggers.

Have you done a netstat -an to see how many connections & who owns them?

Mike

New Member

Re: CCM DC Directory errors caused by adding CRS JTAPI triggers.

I've un-installed IPCC Express 4.0.4 sr1 and everything is stable, for now...

Gonna hold off for SR2. Got a TAC case open now to see what they think.

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