This document describes one reason for the repetitive assertion of the logger process on the Logger, and provides a solution in an Intelligent Contact Management (ICM) or IP Contact Center (IPCC) Enterprise environment.
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Microsoft SQL Server
The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco ICM version 4.5.x and later
Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 and 7.0
Microsoft SQL 2000 Server
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
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Only the central database contains the Config_Message_Log table. The Config_Message_Log table stores configuration messages. The table contains these five fields:
RecoveryKey: The ICM software uses the RecoveryKey field value internally to track virtual time.
LogOperation: The LogOperation field indicates the type of configuration change. For example, "Add" or "Update".
TableName: The TableName field indicates the name of the table that the configuration change affects.
DateTime: The DateTime field displays the date and time when the Logger logs a set of messages.
ConfigMessage: The ConfigMessage field contains all the configuration messages in a transaction.
The lgr or logger process on the Logger constantly asserts. In other words, the logger process starts, fails, and restarts repeatedly.
The corresponding log contains this error message:
la-lgr Fail: Assertion failed: syncMsg.UpdateKey == g.checksumInfo.updateKey. File: y:\icm\logger\logger\rtinput.cpp. Line 691
In order to view the lgr or logger process on the Logger, you can view the relevant process window. Alternatively, use the Dumplog Utility to view the respective process log.
An empty Config_Message_Log table is the root cause of the issue. In order to verify whether the Config_Message_Log table is empty, issue this SQL command:
select * from Config_Message_Log
The Config_Message_Log table probably contains no rows because you select the Truncate Config Message Log check box when you run Intelligent Contact Management Database Administration (ICMDBA) to export configuration data.
In order to solve this problem, you can issue this SQL command:
insert into Config_Message_Log values (0, 'LogBegin', 'Config_Message_Log', getdate(),0x0000)
This SQL command adds a row to the Config_Message_Log table.
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