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CUIC - 9.1(1),10.0(1), 10.5(1)
Unable to run reports due to slow/poor performance.
Logrotation in the system fails when there is a large number of log files in the /opt/cisco/cuic/logs/jmx folder.
Cisco has observed that when the number of log files in /opt/cisco/cuic/logs/jmx crosses 1670, this error is received when you apply the permissions on the log files as part of the log rotation.
line 3: /bin/chown: Argument list too long
line 2: /bin/chmod: Argument list too long
The symptom listed in the Problem Description section is an indication of file corruption. This can happen when there any issues with the NTP server, which corrupts the logrotate.status file with wrong dates. When this happens, logrotation fails.
This issue is fixed in Version
11.0(1), as well as in Version 10.5(1)ES3 and later Engineering Special (ES) versions.
Contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in order to cleanup logs (workaround), and then apply the ES.
Visit the Cisco Download Software page in order to download an updated software version.
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|CSCuu97701 (registered customers only)
||logrotation not happening when number of JMX logs reaches 1670
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