Cisco Bug: CSCvt04535 - Allow 30-seconds of NFE microengine missing heartbeat faults before engaging error recovery
Oct 04, 2020
- Sourcefire Defense Center
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Symptom: A false positive microengine fault can be registered by a device or a stack member under certain circumstances. As a result, the health process triggers a recovery that is unnecessary. Also, to verify that that said fault is indeed a false positive, the following is observed: once such a fault is registered, a troubleshoot is created and the health check within the troubleshoot reports that all NFEs are fully operational, i.e. there are no microengine faults on any of the NFEs. Conditions: The likely cause of a false positive is that a microengine was delayed performing a task(s) or waiting for an event), and this is mistakenly reported as the microengine having stopped.
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