Ability for UCMDB Discovery to stop discovering old AWS snapshot that no longer exist

Idea ID 1667718

Ability for UCMDB Discovery to stop discovering old AWS snapshot that no longer exist

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In the AWS by Web Services job in UCMDB we are noticing many errors in the communication log about discovering snapshots that do not exist. The main error being <message>[CDATA: The snapshot 'snap-xxxxxxxx' does not exist. (Service: AmazonEC2; Status Code: 400; Error Code: InvalidSnapshot.NotFound; Request ID: xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx)]</message>. Since snapshots eventually expire in AWS it would be nice to not have so many lines in the communication log and help to save space of the log file. Can code be added to the job to remove expired snapshots from the communication log? It can also help save time when an adminsitrator is looking through the log for something during troubleshooting.

2 Comments
Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

 Hi,

Can you provide us more data how are you leveraging the AWS discovery today?

Would you be open to go on a phone call so we can better understand your status/plans with AWS discovery?

Thanks,

Doron

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Declined

I would like to treat this as a defect and not an enhancement.  I've sent you a note separately with instructions of how to submit the ticket and then send me the content I'll need to escalate this to our R&D folks who manage product defects, and let's see if we can just get this fixed.

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