Cisco Bug: CSCvu69537 - Tetration Appliance's may not delete/unconfigure connectors marked as 'Force Delete'
Jun 22, 2020
- Cisco Tetration Workload Security
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Symptom: UI may return "appliance server error" for a given connector being deployed. Conditions: If connector is deleted from Tetration UI while the appliance/connector is not able to communicate with the cluster. The Tetration cluster will attempt to reconnect with the connector 10 times. If after the 10th attempt it is not able connect Tetration will mark the connector internally as force deleted. If the appliance connectivity is restored after this has occurred, the deleted container may continue to run on the impacted host.
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