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Cisco Bug: CSCzv22991 - SNMP fan alerts on 7-5

Last Modified

Feb 19, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Email Security Appliance

Known Affected Releases

7.6.1-022 7.6.3-019 8.0.0-000

Description (partial)

Symptom:
The following error may be seen in the snmp_logs:

Critical: An application fault occurred: ('egg/command_client.py call|242', "<type 'exceptions.ValueError'>", "invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'no reading'", '[_coro.pyx coro._coro._wrap1 (coro/_coro.c:8475)|757] [snmp/util.py new_f|59] [snmp/oids.py run|63] [egg/command_client.py call|242]')

Critical: An application fault occurred: ('snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _handle_fan_result|370', "<type 'exceptions.ValueError'>", "invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'no reading'", '[_coro.pyx coro._coro._wrap1 (coro/_coro.c:8475)|757] [egg/interface_controller.py poll_ipmi|1409] [snmp/hardware.py update_sensors|89] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py update_sensors|609] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _parse_sensor_lines|583] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _handle_fan_result|370]')

Conditions:
SNMP polling is enabled. Error is proven to be cosmetic in nature and can be safely ignored.

Related Community Discussions

C370 - 7.6.3-019 An application fault occurred: ('snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _handle_fan_result|370'
I got the following CRITICAL error at C370:   The Critical message is: An application fault occurred: ('snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _handle_fan_result|370', &quot;&lt;type 'exceptions.ValueError'&gt;&quot;, &quot;invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'no reading'&quot;, '[_coro.pyx coro._coro._wrap1 (coro/_coro.c:8477)|757] [egg/interface_controller.py poll_ipmi|1409] [snmp/hardware.py update_sensors|89] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py update_sensors|609] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _parse_sensor_lines|583] [snmp/ipmi_handlers.py _handle_fan_result|370]') ...
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