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Applet - File not being written

Hi everyone,

 

I have an applet configured to monitor CPU going above 50%, this was working previously but it suddenly stopped appending on the file. The file system has space on it. I also did a show "show clock - append sup-bootdisk:TEST-CLOCK.tx" and it worked. The event manager registers the event but it doesn't write. Here is my config:

 

event manager scheduler script thread class default number 1
event manager applet high_CPU
 event snmp oid "1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.109.1.1.1.1.10" get-type next entry-op ge entry-val "50" exit-op le exit-val "5" poll-interval 5
 action 0.0 syslog msg "High CPU  DETECTED. Please wait  logging Information to sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 0.1 cli command "enable"
 action 0.2 cli command "term exec prompt timestamp"
 action 0.3 cli command "term len 0"
 action 1.1 cli command "show clock | append sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 1.2 cli command "show processes cpu sorted | append sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 1.3 cli command "show processes cpu detailed | append sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 1.4 cli command "show ip route summary | append sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 1.5 cli command "show ip route | include 00:00: | append sup-bootdisk:high_cpu_BOTMAN01.txt"
 action 2.0 cli command "end"

 

show event manager history events
No.  Time of Event             Event Type          Name
1    Wed Oct25  01:08:51 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
2    Thu Oct26  13:42:52 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
3    Sat Oct28  01:06:09 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
4    Mon Oct30  01:08:02 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
5    Mon Oct30  09:18:26 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
6    Mon Oct30  09:29:46 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
7    Mon Oct30  09:31:26 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
8    Mon Oct30  09:32:21 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
9    Mon Oct30  09:32:31 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU
10   Mon Oct30  09:41:42 2017  snmp                applet: high_CPU

 

The device is a 6504-E running 12.2(33)SXH6

 

Regards

 

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If you have AAA command authorization configured, it could be blocking the commands.  Enable "debug event manager action cli" and see what output you get.

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Hi Hiram

Could you please paste the output of "show file system". Just want to make sure if you have sup-bootdisk: or sup-bootflash:.

Also, could you please perform the below test:

copy run sup-bootdisk:startup-config.txt

 

Thanks
--Vinit
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Hi Vinit,

 

File Systems:

       Size(b)       Free(b)      Type  Flags  Prefixes
             -             -    opaque     rw   system:
             -             -    opaque     rw   tmpsys:
             -             -    opaque     ro   flexwan-fpd:
*    511705088     511705088      disk     rw   disk0:#
             -             -      disk     rw   disk1:
     512024576     157442048      disk     rw   sup-bootdisk: sup-bootflash:#
      73138346             0    opaque     ro   sup-microcode:
             0     199835804    opaque     wo   sup-image:
        129004        128208     nvram     rw   const_nvram:
       1964024       1939175     nvram     rw   nvram:
             -             -    opaque     rw   null:
             -             -    opaque     ro   tar:
             -             -   network     rw   tftp:
             -             -    opaque     wo   syslog:
      65536000      65196656     flash     rw   bootflash:
             -             -   network     rw   rcp:
             -             -   network     rw   ftp:
             -             -   network     rw   http:
             -             -   network     rw   scp:
             -             -   network     rw   https:
             -             -    opaque     ro   cns:
      32055296      32055296     flash     rw   ssc4-disk0:
      15990784      15990784     flash     rw   dfc#2-bootflash:

#copy running-config sup-bootdisk:startup-config.txt

Destination filename [startup-config.txt]?

19846 bytes copied in 2.888 secs (6872 bytes/sec)

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If you have AAA command authorization configured, it could be blocking the commands.  Enable "debug event manager action cli" and see what output you get.

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Hi Joe,

Thanks for your help

 

I activated the debug, I see Command Authorization Failed. I entered "event manager session cli username <username>", let's hope that fixes it.

 

 

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