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Cisco Bug: CSCvu83838 - SNMP traps not sent when multiple ESC component status changes

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Sep 24, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Elastic Services Controller

Known Affected Releases

5.1 5.2

Description (partial)

Symptom:
When ESC's SNMP agent is configured to send SNMP traps, there is a possibility that some traps will be missing depending on the number of ESC components which have become unresponsive.

Conditions:
When 2 ESC components are detected by the SNMP agent to be down, the SNMP agent will send an SNMP trap with status code "5090" and a status message declaring what ESC components are considered down.

This is correct behavior.

If a third and subsequent ESC components then also go down, the SNMP agent *will not* send out SNMP traps for these events.

The SNMP agent will only send SNMP traps when ESC components come back up, and there are 0 or 1 downed components left.
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