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Author Topic: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4  (Read 924 times)

Offline dpsharma

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Hello,

On a new out of the box Prime UC appliance, running latest 3.4, nothing configured other than initial wizard for networking portion of it, I get two major alarms complaining of Wireless PNP services for Mobility Express and APIC-EM failing to start at scheduled time. There is no need for these services in the environment that we are going to install it. It only has existing network switches to monitor, do configuration management / backups and deploy some CLI templates for common changes (like change password every so often) and firmware updates.

What can be done to stop these and many other unwanted wireless related services, and to not be alerted for such major alarms.

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Re: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2018, 07:45:35 AM »
I have attached a screenshot of the these services failure alarm. Need advise as to how to suppress these permanently, until needed.

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Re: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2018, 09:52:14 AM »
I came across another thread on similar situation and I have posted more details in there.

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Re: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2018, 10:38:51 AM »
So far, I have done following and let us hope this will get rid of these unwanted alarms:

1. Administration / Dashboards / Job Dashboard. Go under System Jobs, APIC-EM Integration, selected the APIC-EM Site sync, and then clicked on pause series to suspend the schedule.  Did a application service NCS stop and start and this service remains suspended.

2. At the same place, under system Jobs, Infrastructure, selected last service of Post PNP image upgrade and paused / suspended the service.

3. Administration / System settings / Network and Devices, Unified AP reachability and chose to disable it.

Need to wait to see if any more services fire up alarms.

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Re: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4
« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2018, 11:54:13 AM »
While I don't see any new alarms, but I was thinking that it is possible that the default system jobs were failing as many of them are running at the same time. And I found that the web login is slow, so I came across this thread. I dont seen to have any such issues, as it is a Cisco UCS220M appliance and under System Monitoring dashboard, I see CPU of 2% and memory less than 20%.

With NCS still running, testing IOPS to the local RAID10 disks comes out to 215MB/sec and if I shutdown NCS service, it must be higher. So there are no bottlenecks anywhere, but web interface is slow.

Towards the end of the post, someone talks about missing indexes, not sure what needs to be done to a brand new one with default DB tables and no new device added / discovered.

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Re: Stopping unneeded PNP / APIC-EM Services on Prime Infra 3.4
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2018, 08:26:05 PM »
Thanks for all the follow up solution. Keep in mind that all alarm notification can be turned off as well under the settings but it might be better to silent the source like you did.

 

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