Admittedly, I'm in no way, shape, or form a VSOM/VSMS/Linux guru. I have some basic Linux background knowledge, and am rapidly learning, since being hired by a large inner city school district to manage 1 Cisco VSOM and 3 VSMS servers with ~ 400 ip cameras.
Prior to me, the district used a contractor to upgrade software, and troubleshoot the servers when there was a problem. Recently we were contacted by afore mentioned contractor as to a "bug" in the Cisco software. The following is the email they sent, which I cannot verify AT ALL.
"I wanted to be proactive and let you know of some info I just found out.
This bug was discovered after the 1st of the year.
when creating an archive clip prior to 1/1/2012 you get an error stating the
stop time is not valid and is after the current end date
when creating an archive clip after 1/1/2012 you get an error stating the start
time is not valid and is before the current start date
Cisco has come out with a Hot fix that needs to be applied to the Vsom server that will rectify this issue."
I have neither experienced this issue, nor heard anything about this bug. Has anyone heard of this, or had such an issue at all since 2012? If so, what software version do you use? (6.x.x.x) I find it odd that they received a notification, and we did not. Thanks in advance!
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