Cisco Bug: CSCtd32064 - Groomer runs too long and causes watch dog to reboot the xvcr
Jan 04, 2017
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Symptom: Under certain conditions the groomer can run for too long, which causes watchdog timer to expire and reboot the system. Which can cause unintended failover. Conditions: The groomer will run until all video older than the configured retention threshhold is removed. Under normal conditions the groomer wakes up every few minutes and only a few files have expired which thus need to be removed. The removal of a few files takes just a few seconds and the watchdog timer would not expire. However, if the xvcr is powered down for an extended period (ie week or more) or the clock is set forward by a large jump the result could be a large volume of expired video which needs to be removed as per the retention configs.
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