Cisco Bug: CSCte02249 - SLA PM returns profiles in config errors table when no errors exist
May 12, 2018
- Cisco Carrier Routing System
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Symptom: When requesting operational data from the SLA configuration errors table the SLA profile manager returns profile entries even if no errors exist. In-particular, this may cause confusion when requesting the ConfigErrorsTable via XML. The response may display entries in the table suggesting that configuration errors exist when they may not. The XML response must be carefully checked to see if any configuration errors actually exist. This can be determined by looking at the value of each element on a profile entry. A value of 'false' indicates that the particular configuration error is not present on that profile. Requesting the configuration errors via the command <CmdBold>show ethernet sla configuration-errors<noCmdBold> performs the correct behavior. Conditions: Ethernet SLA is configured with at least one profile.
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