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CRS-2340 Errors Occurred While Processing Received GPNP Message (Doc ID 2163107.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2020

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CRS 2340 reported in the cluster cluster alert log but no other errors reported before and after this message.


2016-06-24 10:47:06.273: [gpnpd(2425198)]CRS-2340:Errors occurred while processing received gpnp message.


2016-06-24 10:47:06.228: [ GPNP][1286]clsgpnpm_receiveMsg: [at clsgpnpm.c:3813 clsgpnpm_receiveMsg] GIPC gipcretTimeout (16) gipcRecvSync(ep,ch,from '') hdrbuf=""
2016-06-24 10:47:06.262: [ GPNP][1286]clsgpnpd_dispatch: [at clsgpnpd.c:5810 clsgpnpd_dispatch] Result: (47) CLSGPNP_COMM_TIMEOUT. Error in gpnp message received from "tcp://"
2016-06-24 10:47:06.266: [ GPNP][1286]GPnP Caught exception "clskec:CRS:CRS:47", rv=47. Exeption dump:
1: clskec:CRS:CRS:47 1 args[CRS:CRS:47]
2: clskec:has:CLSU:910 4 args[CRS][mod=clsgpnpd_dispatch][loc=5812][msg=gpnpdis_receivemsg]

2016-06-24 10:47:06.266: [ GPNP][1286]clsgpnpm_sendResponseHttpErr: [at clsgpnpm.c:3733 clsgpnpm_sendResponseHttpErr] GIPC gipcretConnectionLost (12) gipcSendSync(ep,hdr) Msg-err-reply hbuf=1112cb7a4 send failed hlen=68/4294967272: HTTP/1.0 503 Service Unavailable
Host: r4d10
Server: GPnPD/1.0

2016-06-24 10:47:06.266: [ GPNP][1286]clsgpnpd_dispatch: [at clsgpnpd.c:6075 clsgpnpd_dispatch] Result: (48) CLSGPNP_COMM_ERR. Send error response failed for msg=0 to "tcp://"
2016-06-24 10:47:06.272: [ default][1286]Errors occurred while processing received gpnp message.
2016-06-24 10:47:47.209: [ GIPCPKT][1286]gipcmodPacketHeaderIsValid: [packet] invalid message magic hdr magic != packet magic gipcPKHD (63706967 44484b50)


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