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DDM Job Error: Host Connection by SNMP

Hi Experts,

We have two environments of uCMDB 8.02, PROD and MOD.

I was trying experiment with a discovery job named Host Connection by SNMP. Something happened and after that it started failing.

I checked the setting with that in PROD region. Both are same, but the job in MOD region failing. I even copied the python scripts used in the job from PROD to MOD, but no luck.

Below is the error:
Traceback (innermost last): File "", line 2, in ? File "SNMP_Connection", line 11, in DiscoveryMain File "SNMP_Connection_Utils", line 366, in mainFunction TypeError: __add__ nor __radd__ defined for these operands

Any suggestions?

Thanks in Advance!


Regards,
Vatsalya

 

 

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Hi,

I would suggest to attach the SNMP_Connection_Utils.py script (the version that you use) here or quote the line 366 (+/- several below/above), so we could understand what's the reason behind such a behavior.

Regards,
Alex
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Attaching the script files.
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Attaching other file: SNMP_Connection_Utils
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