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Messaging Server ENPD Warning Messages - "General Warning: Peer Too Slow. Discarded ### Events" (Doc ID 1397094.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 7.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal


Our Messaging server took a network hit where it was completely unavailable.  Various errors were noted in the /var/adm/messages file:

Jan 18 04:23:00 <HOSTNAME> nfs: [ID 733954 kern.info] NOTICE: [NFS4][Server: <HOSTNAME>][Mntpt: <DIR>]NFS server <HOSTNAME> not responding; still trying
Jan 18 04:54:07 <HOSTNAME> ldap_cachemgr[18286]: [ID 293258 daemon.warning] libsldap: Status: 7 Mesg: Session error no available conn.
Jan 18 04:54:07 <HOSTNAME> ldap_cachemgr[18286]: [ID 186574 daemon.error] Error: Unable to refresh profile:email-servers: Session error no available conn.
Jan 18 05:01:51 <HOSTNAME> nfs: [ID 559769 kern.info] NOTICE: [NFS4][Server: <HOSTNAME>][Mntpt: <DIR>]NFS server <HOSTNAME> ok


Once the machine was back online (nothing was restarted, nor was it rebooted), the following ENPD warnings were noted in the default log of the Messaging server:

[18/Jan/2012:11:22:46 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 207 events
[18/Jan/2012:11:22:47 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 202 events
[18/Jan/2012:11:22:48 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 293 events
[18/Jan/2012:11:22:49 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 238 events
[18/Jan/2012:11:22:50 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 271 events
[18/Jan/2012:11:22:51 -0400] <HOSTNAME> enpd[17199]: General Warning: Peer too slow. Discarded 212 events


Despite the above warnings, there were no symptoms of any issues to the users accessing this server.

How do you stop these warning messages from appearing in the default log?

Solution

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