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Gustavo Novais
Beginner

Keyring being post processed every 10 min on UCS 2.2(1b)

                   Hello,

I'm just doing a fresh new UCS install (2.2(1b)), and after having the error of the default keyring being invalid, I've regenerated it.

What I'm now seeing in the event log of UCS is that at every 10 min, there is some post processing activity on the keyring.

I do not have any alarm or warning, but I usually do not see this activity on other systems.

Has  anybody  seen this yet? Any workaround?

Thanks

Gustavo

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Keny Perez
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Gustavo,

There is a new bug opened to track this situation cause I would not call it an issue:

https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/CSCum50510

Please open a TAC service request to add your case to the list and attach this bug to the ticket OR if you want, now that you know there is a follow-up of the situation taking place, you may just subscribe to the bug itself and receive notifications about the bug progress:

Subscribe to a bug:

http://www.cisco.com/cisco/support/notifications.html

1-Click on “Add Notification”

2-Under “Notification Name” enter a name you can easily remember, enter the email where you want to receive the notification and hit “Continue”

3-Choose “Track a specific Bug ID” and “Continue”

4-Enter “ Bug Number” and “Continue”

5-Click on “Finish”

Here is a guide for this process.

http://www.cisco.com/web/tsweb/flash/support/ngw/cisco_support_cns.html

I hope this helps you.

Rate ALL helpful answers.

-Kenny

Cisco Support Community is also present in Spanish:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/spanish/data_center

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Keny Perez
Collaborator

Gustavo,

There is a new bug opened to track this situation cause I would not call it an issue:

https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/CSCum50510

Please open a TAC service request to add your case to the list and attach this bug to the ticket OR if you want, now that you know there is a follow-up of the situation taking place, you may just subscribe to the bug itself and receive notifications about the bug progress:

Subscribe to a bug:

http://www.cisco.com/cisco/support/notifications.html

1-Click on “Add Notification”

2-Under “Notification Name” enter a name you can easily remember, enter the email where you want to receive the notification and hit “Continue”

3-Choose “Track a specific Bug ID” and “Continue”

4-Enter “ Bug Number” and “Continue”

5-Click on “Finish”

Here is a guide for this process.

http://www.cisco.com/web/tsweb/flash/support/ngw/cisco_support_cns.html

I hope this helps you.

Rate ALL helpful answers.

-Kenny

Cisco Support Community is also present in Spanish:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/spanish/data_center

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Has this been fixed in 2.2.1d ?

Walter,

Deleting default key ring would stop the event log messages but unfortunately I did not find that bug in the release notes as fixed yet...

 

-Kenny

I opened a tac case about this two weeks ago and I believe that bug report came from my case. We have tried a few things none of which have resolved the issue. Tac is actively researching the problem.

Gustavo Novais
Beginner

Hi Walter, my latest install (this week) in 2.2.1d I haven't seen the issue reoccur. I''ll nevertheless double check it. Regards Gustavo

Just double checked. On 2.2.1d it is still there.

 

Regards

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