2015-10-15 03:20 AM
for several months now I have a running installation of WFA3.1 successfully aquiring data from my OCUM6.3RC1.
Now, out of a sudden I get the following error when aquiring data from that OCUM server:
Table 'ocum_data_collector.lun_import_ext' doesn't exist
I reset the scheme and also deleted and recreated the OCUM data source - still no change.
Is this error caused by WFA or OCUM? And any idea how to remediate?
Thanks and regards, Niels
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2015-10-15 03:51 AM
In OCUM, there is a module named Data Collector.
It collects attribute data whatever is specified in a config file.
There can be 3 issues:
1. That config file has gone missing.
2. OCUM has not created the table via Data Collector.
3. The config file has got corrupted.
WFA is unable to find the table when fetching the data from Data Collector.
2015-10-15 04:38 AM
2015-10-27 04:02 AM
This is a customer-facing demo environment used by several perople.
I assume somebody installed the pack to demonstrate the WFA Workflow Store.
Installing the data-collector file into OCUM worked out as described.
Kind regards, Niels
2016-01-20 12:50 PM
I see something similar. A few weeks ago my OCUM 6.3 data source quit working. The error I get (even if I delete and recreate the Data Source) is
"Data truncation: Column set to default value; NULL supplied to NOT NULL column 'raid_status' at row 1". I don't remember loading any Foreign LUN
import pack. Is there some other way to troubleshoot this data source aquisition error?
2016-01-20 09:22 PM
It may be because, in WFA for Clustered data ONTAP (cm_storage scheme) the aggregate dictionary entry has a 'raid_status' attribute, which cannot be NULL.
However it is getting NULL value from OCUM.
That is why the error is being thrown. Please check if 'raid_staus' of any aggregate in OCUM6.3 is NULL.
2016-01-21 06:18 AM
Thank you. I was not aware that would cause the error and you were correct in there is an aggregate with empty RAID status. I will address the aggregate issue and that sounds like it will correct it.