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LMS 3.2 & Cat6500: Inventory collection failed

v.c.bodenstab
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Hi All,

I'm currently experiencing some problems with RME 4.3.0 (using LMS 3.2 on Win2k8 SP2, 64bit) where inventory collection fails on cat6500 switches running 12.2(33)SXI3, Sup720. The jobs fails with the error "Device Collection Failed." I've added ICserver.log.

Device updates from CS fail to install because of a consistency check error. I've added the logfile for this as well.

============CS event log======================================

Number of Packages Selected for Install : 18

For Product(s) : Campus Manager,CiscoWorks Common Services,CiscoView,CiscoWorks Assistant,Device Fault Manager,LMS Portal,Integration Util                    ity,Resource Manager Essentials

Install Invoked by user : vincent

The Package(s) Selected for Install :

Cat2960, Cat3560, Cat3750, Cat4000IOS, CatGL3, IAD2400, LibInventory, LibSwim, Nexus, Rtr2900, Rtr3900, Rtr800, RtrUBR, SharedDcmaIOS, Sha                    redInventoryRouter, SharedSwim2900XL, SharedSwimIOS, SharedSwimMDS9000

No package(s) to install for : Campus Manager

No package(s) to install for : CiscoWorks Common Services

No package(s) to install for : CiscoView

No package(s) to install for : CiscoWorks Assistant

No package(s) to install for : Device Fault Manager

No package(s) to install for : LMS Portal

No package(s) to install for : Integration Utility

WARNING :  SharedSwimMDS9000(1.6.3):Consistency check failed for base package LibSwim


No package(s) to install for : Resource Manager Essentials
============CS event log======================================

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Joe Clarke
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Go to RME > Devices > Device Management > RME Devices, select your Cat6500, and click Edit Device Attributes.  Perform an inline edit, and change the SNMP timeout to 10 seconds.  Save your changes, then apply them on the previous screen.  Your inventory collection should work then.

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Joe Clarke
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Go to RME > Devices > Device Management > RME Devices, select your Cat6500, and click Edit Device Attributes.  Perform an inline edit, and change the SNMP timeout to 10 seconds.  Save your changes, then apply them on the previous screen.  Your inventory collection should work then.

Yup, this seems to be the trick. Thanks!

Cheers,

Vincent

Hi Joseph,

When you Perform an inline edit, and change the SNMP timeout to 10 seconds through RME.  Do you know what command is used on the device ?

Regards

Simon

Simon,

You are replying to a very old thread, closed in 2011.

We recommend to open a new thread for any new questions, and you can use the link for any previous reference.

For your question, when you change the timeout on LMS, it doesn't uses any command on devices. But when it polls a device, it will have 10 sec of timeout instead of default lesser value 2sec.

So any device taking more time to respond for any snmp query, LMS would still wait for the period, which is set as timeout.

-Thanks

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