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When Running ASR Commands on a Cisco Switch the Message "dictionary file: fault.lst, not found" is Displayed (Doc ID 2884573.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2022

Applies to:

Cisco Nexus Switch - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

 When running ASR commands the message dictionary file: fault.lst, not found is displayed.

 

rocea0# python bootflash:scripts/asr/bin/asr -v set endpoint= http://10.##.##.89:16161
dictionary file: fault.lst, not found.
Please initialize the ASR subsystem using init command first
See help message
rocea0# python bootflash:scripts/asr/bin/asr -v init N9K-C9336C-FX2 Exadata
dictionary file: fault.lst, not found.
Switch Type:
ASR Client Initialized.
rocea0# python bootflash:scripts/asr/bin/asr -v set vrf=management
dictionary file: fault.lst, not found.
rocea0# python bootflash:scripts/asr/bin/asr -v set endpoint= http://10.##.##.89:16161
dictionary file: fault.lst, not found.
Property endpoint changed.
rocea0# python bootflash:scripts/asr/bin/asr -v set state=enabled
dictionary file: fault.lst, not found.

 

Cause

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