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Cisco Bug: CSCus58120 - traplog is wrong about Temperature status

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May 21, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

7.4(121.0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Traplog shows "Voltage status change" at the timing of msglog "Temperature OK", so it should be "Temperature", not Voltage.

 -- show msglog --
*envCtrollerStatus: Dec 03 01:46:15.287: #ENVMON-1-TEMPOK: wlcng_powerSupply.c:341 Temperature OK
*envCtrollerStatus: Dec 02 21:59:57.834: #ENVMON-1-TEMP: wlcng_powerSupply.c:331 Env 0: External temperature overheat warning at 34(C). (temp flag register value: 0x200)

 -- show traplog --
213  Wed Dec 3 01:46:15 2014   Voltage status change, State: 1 << HERE!!
214  Tue Dec 2 21:59:57 2014   Temperature status change, State: 3

Conditions:
Software: 7.4.121.0

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