npSnapshot tool can report false positive errors on SDK based cartridges (Doc ID 1371554.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version: 5.2.4 and later   [Release: 5.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

As part of the IPSA upgrade proceedure the npSnapshot tool is run from the <IPSA HOME>/bin directory. The output of this run may possibly show false positive errors in the snapshotReport.txt file

Example summary section (failures are bolded)

NP Snapshot Report at 2011-10-15 00:58:33

Using these values from the default.properties file:
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deviceList      = database
npModelSource   = database
omConnectString = OCI;DSN=orch;UID=orchestream;PWD=orchestream
npConnectString = OCI;DSN=orch;UID=orchestream;PWD=orchestream
upgradeHome     = /opt/Orchestream/ServiceActivator/upgradeHome
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Summary Counts:
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Step1: check available disk space     ... Number of KB of upgradeHome disk space available = 8547923
Step1: check available disk space     ... Number of KB of upgradeHome disk space required  = 42918
Step2: create CLI file snapshot files ... Number of CLI Files Successfully Created         = 1160
Step2: create CLI file snapshot files ... Number of CLI Files Unsuccessfully Created       = 3400
Step2: create CLI file snapshot files ... Number of Milliseconds per Successful CLI File   = 44
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Example detail section, note the cartridgeObjId

List of LDS Records for CLI Files Unsuccessfully Created:
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deviceObjid=120380 deviceIpa=172.21.168.76 smVersion=2.2.0 dmVersion=1.0 cartridgeObjid=3
deviceObjid=120380 deviceIpa=172.21.168.76 smVersion=2.2.0 dmVersion=1.0 cartridgeObjid=2
deviceObjid=120380 deviceIpa=172.21.168.76 smVersion=2.2.0 dmVersion=1.0 cartridgeObjid=4

Changes

Upgrade from IPSA 5.2.3 to 5.2.4 with SDK cartridges.

Cause

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