Mike Makar Absent Member.
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ucmdb discovery issues

It looks like our server ranges and credentials were deleted when I applied patch 8.06. I've added them back in and when I run discovery it's failing saying "credentials id xxxx was not found in Protocol Dictionary Manager". Any one know how to fix this?

 

 

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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: ucmdb discovery issues

credentials_id is an attribute of shell/agent CIs (SSH, Telnet, NTCMD, WMI etc.) related to host CIs. So I guess the way to fix it is to remove all the shell/agent CIs and rerun Host Connection by XXX jobs.
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Mike Makar Absent Member.
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Re: ucmdb discovery issues

Thanks Dmitry, I'll give that a try.
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Absent Member.. NagendraPaladi Absent Member..
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Re: ucmdb discovery issues

Hi Dimitry,

Is removing the shell/wmi objects solution.

Running the host connections by xxx should update the credentails_id attribute with the latest available right.

Can you please clarify.
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: ucmdb discovery issues

>>>Running the host connections by xxx should update the credentails_id attribute with the latest available right.

Correct. This is the idea.
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Praveen_Shan
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Re: ucmdb discovery issues

Hi,

 

I cannot find this attribute when I check the Shell CI on CI Type manager. I'm trying to troubleshoot the below error:

 

<log start="16:44:47" severity="debug">credentials id 187_1_CMS was not found in Protocol Dictionary Manager</log>
<log start="16:44:47" severity="debug">VMware VIM: Operation failed.</log>

 

I will be deleting the WMI agent and re-discovering the CIs and hopefully that fixes the issue.

 

Thanks,

praveen

 

 

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