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1 ArubaOS 6.3.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

2 Copyright 2013 Aruba Networks, Inc. Aruba Networks trademarks include, Aruba Networks, Aruba Wireless Networks, the registered Aruba the Mobile Edge Company logo, Aruba Mobility Management System, Mobile Edge Architecture, People Move. Networks Must Follow, RFProtect, Green Island. All rights reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Open Source Code Certain Aruba products include Open Source software code developed by third parties, including software code subject to the GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), or other Open Source Licenses. Includes software from Litech Systems Design. The IF-MAP client library copyright 2011 Infoblox, Inc. All rights reserved. This product includes software developed by Lars Fenneberg et al. The Open Source code used can be found at this site: Legal Notice The use of Aruba Networks, Inc. switching platforms and software, by all individuals or corporations, to terminate other vendors VPN client devices constitutes complete acceptance of liability by that individual or corporation for this action and indemnifies, in full, Aruba Networks, Inc. from any and all legal actions that might be taken against it with respect to infringement of copyright on behalf of those vendors. Warranty This hardware product is protected by the standard Aruba warranty of one year parts/labor. For more information, refer to the ARUBACARE SERVICE AND SUPPORT TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Altering this device (such as painting it) voids the warranty Crossman Avenue Sunnyvale, California Phone: Fax ArubaOS 6.3.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide July 2013

3 Contents Contents...3 About the Guide...5 Document Organization...5 Format of Messages...5 Message Process Generation...7 Enabling and Disabling Logging...8 Filtering Syslogs...9 Error Codes...10 Related Documents...14 Contacting Support...15 System Messages...17 Emergency Messages...17 Alert Message...17 Critical Messages...18 Error Messages...20 Warning Messages...59 Notice Messages...72 Information Messages...78 Debug Messages Security Messages Emergency Message Critical Messages Error Messages Warning Messages Notice Messages Information Messages Debug Messages Wireless Messages Error Messages Warning Messages Notice Messages Information Messages Debug Messages Network Messages Alert Message Error Messages Warning Messages ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide 3

4 Notice Messages Information Messages Debug Messages User Messages Error Messages Warning Messages Notice Messages Information Messages Debug Messages ARM Messages Error Messages Warning Messages ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

5 Chapter 1 About the Guide This document covers syslog messages included in this ArubaOS release. O In this edition, message definition, recommended action and in some cases the cause that generated the syslog message are included. Syslog messages were prioritized for definition; this edition includes definitions for approximately 70% of ArubaOS syslog messages. For those messages yet to be defined, the phrase To be filled out appears. Document Organization This document contains the complete listings of all syslog messages generated by ArubaOS. Each of the seven chapters list the syslog messages for one of the following single categories: System Security Wireless Network User ARM Each chapter contains the severity level syslog messages in table formal (see Table 1 for the complete list of severity levels). The syslog message are the actual text displayed by ArubaOS when encountering the syslog error, and some further descriptive text, giving more information about the syslog message. The entry may also include recommended action when this syslog error is encountered. Format of Messages Take the following message as an example: Jan 23 16:26:51 sapd[148]: <404003> <WARN> AP sapd AM 00:0b:86:38:5d:b0: Interfering AP detected with SSID 06B and BSSID 00:12:0e:44:d4:2c In this case, the message elements are: <date and time stamp> = Jan 23 16:26:51 <--timestamp showing when the message was created <error location>: = sapd[148]: <--the specific module location where this syslog was generated <error number> = <404003> <--a unique number within the set of messages generated by ArubaOS <severity> = <WARN> <--Warning severity level) <process> = AP sapd <--the AP MAC and IP addresses message text = <--the remaining part of the message. The message text portion is frequently constructed from information returned with the syslog error. For example, the message text for the syslog message above is constructed as: AM <BSSID>: Interfering AP detected with SSID <SSID> and BSSID <BSSID> Where: <BSSID> = 00:0b:86:38:5d:b0 <SSID> = 06B ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 5

6 <BSSID> = 00:12:0e:44:d4:2c These substitutions generate message text as follows: AM 00:0b:86:38:5d:b0: Interfering AP detected with SSID 06B and BSSID 00:12:0e:44:d4:2c In the following chapters, messages are defined in generic terms with variables shown to indicate where substitutions of actual data will occur, as in the example shown above. Severity levels The Severity Levels defined for syslogs are outlined in Table 1, which orders the severity from most to least severe. Note that the syslog messages with the lowest severity level, Debug, will not be listed in this manual. Also, note that the Severity Level string (such as EMERG, or CRIT), as well as the numeric value associated with that particular Severity, is listed in the table. Table 1 Message severity levels Level Value Meaning Emergency <EMERG> 0 Panic condition that occurs when the system becomes unusable. Alert <ALERT> 1 Any condition requiring immediate attention and correction. Critical <CRIT> 2 Any critical conditions such as a hard drive error. Error <ERR> 3 Error condition. Warning <WARNING> 4 Warning message. Notification <NOTICE> 5 Significant event of a non-critical and normal nature. Informational <INFO> 6 Message of general interest to system users. Debug <DEBUG> 7 Message containing information useful for debugging. Audit Trails for Configuration Changes The controller creates sylog entries for all commands and configuration changes that alter system behavior, the user name of the user making the change, and the location of the user. This information appears in the output of the syslog, with the keyword COMMAND. This same information also appears in the output of the CLI command show audit-trail. The syslog information in the example below shows that a user with the username admin logged in to the controller through the serial port, changed logging levels, loaded new software onto partition 1, then updated the system clock. (host) #show audit-trail Jul 4 21:53:54 cli[1439]: COMMAND:<logging level warnings security > -- command executed successfully Jul 4 22:20:22 cli[1439]: COMMAND:<copy tftp: " " "ArubaOS_MMC_ _38660" system: partition 1 > -- command executed successfully Jul 4 22:31:00 fpcli: COMMAND:<clock set 2013 july > -- command executed successfully By default, the controller does not generate a log entry for show commands issued using the CLI, as these commands display existing settings but do not change system behavior. To create a log entry for all commands issued, (including show commands) access the CLI in config mode and issue the command audit-trail all. 6 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

7 Message Process Generation The process that generates syslog messages is detailed in Table 2. Table 2 Process generating syslog messages Process Description Categories used by this component 802.1X Network Access Control authentication security, network, system, user, wireless aaa AAA logging security, system, user ads Logging for Anomaly Detection system approc Logging for AP processes system authmgr amutil radius, main tacacs Logging for user authentication security security, network, system, user, wireless security, system, user certmgr Logging for Certificate Manager security, system cfgm Logging for Configuration Manager system crypto Logging for VPN (IKE/IPSEC) security, network, system, user cts Logging for transport service system dbsync lib Logging for Database Synchronization system dhcpd Logging for DHCP packets network esi Logging for External Services Interface system, network, user fpapps Logging for Layer 2,3 control network, system httpd Logging for Apache system, security l2tp Logging for L2TP security ldap Directory access protocols security, network, system, user, wireless licensemgr Logging for license manager system localdb Logging for local database security, network, system, user, wireless meshd Logging for Mesh daemon security, system, wireless mobileip Logging for Mobile IP security, network, system, user nanny Logging for process management system ntp Network Time Protocol network, system packetfilter Logging for packet filtering of messaging and control frames system phonehome Logging for PhoneHome network, system ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 7

8 Table 2 Process generating syslog messages Process Description Categories used by this component pim Logging for Protocol Independent Multicast system, network, user ppp Logging for PPP security, network, system, user pppoed Logging for PPPoE security, network, system, user pptp Logging for PPTP security, network, system processes Logging for run-time processes system profmgr Logging for Profile Manager system publisher Logging for publish subscribe service system rfd Logging for RF Management daemon (AP) system rfm Logging for RF Troubleshooting Manager system sapd Logging for Access Point Manager (AP) system sapm Logging for Access Point Manager (Controller) system, wireless snmp SNMP logging security, system stm Logging for Station Management security, network, system, user, wireless syslogdwrap Logging for System Logging daemon system traffic Logging for traffic system voip Voice over IP issues security, network, system, user, wireless vrrpd Logging for VRRP system wms Logging for Wireless Management (Master switch only) security, network, system, wireless Enabling and Disabling Logging For each message category, you can configure a logging level. The default logging level for all categories is Warning. To change the default logging level, set the severity level of the messages to be logged by category and subcategory, via the WebUI or CLI. From the CLI only, you can also set the severity level of messages you want logged by category and process. This enables you to handle individual message types differently from the standard severity level setting that determines which messages get logged. For example, if logging is operating at the Warning severity level (the default), but you only want to see messages in the System category if they are Errors or worse, set the logging level for the System category. Alternatively, you can set the standard logging level to a lower severity (for example, Error) and then set individual categories and subcategories or processes of interest to log messages at a higher severity level. In order to set the logging level by category and subcategory through the Web UI, navigate to the Configuration > Management >Logging > Levels page. If you wish to configure logging levels for individual processes, you must use the CLI. 8 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

9 The standard logging level is set with using the logging console command, and, as noted above, defaults to Warning. Using the CLI to Configure Logging You can use the logging level command to set the severity level for logging by category, by category and subcategory, or by category and process. logging level <level> <category> [process <process>] [subcat <subcategory>] For example, to set the logging level of the security/firewall subcategory to Errors (so only messages at level errors or worse get logged) you would use the command: logging level errors security subcat firewall For a list of subcategories for which you can set the logging level individually, use the command: logging level <level> <category> subcat? For a list of processes for which you can set a severity level, use: logging level <level> <category> process? See the Command Reference Guide for more details on these commands. Filtering Syslogs Searching through the logs for specific events, error categories, or other information, is often quite useful. In addition, long term storage of data required for audits and other business requirements involving information kept in the system logs is important. The capabilities required for handling logs should include the following: Efficient log management Sophisticated analysis capabilities Consistent report generation Scalability Security Analyzing system logs, and extracting relevant information from them, requires an efficient pattern matching engine, where the desired patterns can be created with standard pattern matching commands, such as a regular expression engine. The ArubaOS External Service Interface (ESI) contains the ESI Syslog Parser that allows you to examine external device logs (see the ESI Chapter in the ArubaOS User Guide). The Syslog Parser is a generic parser that accepts syslog messages from external devices, processes them according to user-defined rules, and then takes configurable actions for system users. The parser uses a UNIX-style regular expression engine for parsing relevant fields in messages from thirdparty appliances such as anti-virus gateways, content filters, and intrusion detection systems. You can create a list of rules that identify the type of message, the user name to which the message pertains, and the action to be taken when there is a match on the condition. ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 9

10 Error Codes The following table lists general descriptions of error codes found in log messages. Table 3 Syslog Error Codes Code Name Error # Description EPERM 1 Operation not permitted ENOENT 2 No such file or directory ESRCH 3 No such process EINTR 4 Interrupted system call EIO 5 I/O error ENXIO 6 No such device or address E2BIG 7 Argument list too long ENOEXEC 8 Exec format error EBADF 9 Bad file number ECHILD 10 No child processes EAGAIN 11 Try again ENOMEM 12 Out of memory EACCES 13 Permission denied EFAULT 14 Bad address ENOTBLK 15 Block device required EBUSY 16 Device or resource busy EEXIST 17 File exists EXDEV 18 Cross-device link ENODEV 19 No such device ENOTDIR 20 Not a directory EISDIR 21 Is a directory EINVAL 22 Invalid argument ENFILE 23 File table overflow EMFILE 24 Too many open files ENOTTY 25 Not a typewriter ETXTBSY 26 Text file busy 10 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

11 Table 3 Syslog Error Codes Code Name Error # Description EFBIG 27 File too large ENOSPC 28 No space left on device ESPIPE 29 Illegal seek EROFS 30 Read-only file system EMLINK 31 Too many links EPIPE 32 Broken pipe EDOM 33 Math argument out of domain of func ERANGE 34 Math result not representable ENOMSG 35 No message of desired type EIDRM 36 Identifier removed ECHRNG 37 Channel number out of range EL2NSYNC 38 Level 2 not synchronized EL3HLT 39 Level 3 halted EL3RST 40 Level 3 reset ELNRNG 41 Link number out of range EUNATCH 42 Protocol driver not attached ENOCSI 43 No CSI structure available EL2HLT 44 Level 2 halted EDEADLK 45 Resource deadlock would occur ENOLCK 46 No record locks available EBADE 50 Invalid exchange EBADR 51 Invalid request descriptor EXFULL 52 Exchange full ENOANO 53 No anode EBADRQC 54 Invalid request code EBADSLT 55 Invalid slot EDEADLOCK 56 File locking deadlock error EBFONT 59 Bad font file format ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 11

12 Table 3 Syslog Error Codes Code Name Error # Description ENOSTR 60 Device not a stream ENODATA 61 No data available ETIME 62 Timer expired ENOSR 63 Out of streams resources ENONET 64 Machine is not on the network ENOPKG 65 Package not installed EREMOTE 66 Object is remote ENOLINK 67 Link has been severed EADV 68 Advertise error ESRMNT 69 Srmount error ECOMM 70 Communication error on send EPROTO 71 Protocol error EDOTDOT 73 RFS specific error EMULTIHOP 74 Multihop attempted EBADMSG 77 Not a data message ENAMETOOLONG 78 File name too long EOVERFLOW 79 Value too large for defined data type ENOTUNIQ 80 Name not unique on network EBADFD 81 File descriptor in bad state EREMCHG 82 Remote address changed ELIBACC 83 Can not access a needed shared library ELIBBAD 84 Accessing a corrupted shared library ELIBSCN 85.lib section in a.out corrupted ELIBMAX 86 Attempting to link in too many shared libraries ELIBEXEC 87 Cannot exec a shared library directly EILSEQ 88 Illegal byte sequence ENOSYS 89 Function not implemented ELOOP 90 Too many symbolic links encountered 12 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

13 Table 3 Syslog Error Codes Code Name Error # Description ERESTART 91 Interrupted system call should be restarted ESTRPIPE 92 Streams pipe error ENOTEMPTY 93 Directory not empty EUSERS 94 Too many users ENOTSOCK 95 Socket operation on non-socket EDESTADDRREQ 96 Destination address required EMSGSIZE 97 Message too long EPROTOTYPE 98 Protocol wrong type for socket ENOPROTOOPT 99 Protocol not available EPROTONOSUPPORT 120 Protocol not supported ESOCKTNOSUPPORT 121 Socket type not supported EOPNOTSUPP 122 Operation not supported on transport endpoint EPFNOSUPPORT 123 Protocol family not supported EAFNOSUPPORT 124 Address family not supported by protocol EADDRINUSE 125 Address already in use EADDRNOTAVAIL 126 Cannot assign requested address ENETDOWN 127 Network is down ENETUNREACH 128 Network is unreachable ENETRESET 129 Network dropped connection because of reset ECONNABORTED 130 Software caused connection abort ECONNRESET 131 Connection reset by peer ENOBUFS 132 No buffer space available EISCONN 133 Transport endpoint is already connected ENOTCONN 134 Transport endpoint is not connected EUCLEAN 135 Structure needs cleaning ENOTNAM 137 Not a XENIX named type file ENAVAIL 138 No XENIX semaphores available EISNAM 139 Is a named type file ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 13

14 Table 3 Syslog Error Codes Code Name Error # Description EREMOTEIO 140 Remote I/O error EINIT 141 Reserved EREMDEV 142 Error 142 ESHUTDOWN 143 Cannot send after transport endpoint shutdown ETOOMANYREFS 144 Too many references: cannot splice ETIMEDOUT 145 Connection timed out ECONNREFUSED 146 Connection refused EHOSTDOWN 147 Host is down EHOSTUNREACH 148 No route to host EWOULDBLOCK EAGAIN Operation would block EALREADY 149 Operation already in progress EINPROGRESS 150 Operation now in progress ESTALE 151 Stale NFS file handle ECANCELED 158 AIO operation canceled Related Documents The following items are part of the complete documentation for the Aruba user-centric network, and may be useful when encountering issues that require research in this and other manuals: Aruba Controller Installation Guides Aruba Access Point Installation Guides ArubaOS Quick Start Guide ArubaOS User Guide ArubaOS Command Line Reference Guide ArubaOS MIB Reference Guide Release Notes 14 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

15 Contacting Support Main Site Support Site Airheads Social Forums and Knowledge Base North American Telephone International Telephones Software Licensing Site End of Support information Wireless Security Incident Response Team (WSIRT) arubanetworks.com support.arubanetworks.com community.arubanetworks.com (Toll Free) licensing.arubanetworks.com/login.php arubanetworks.com/support-services/aruba-support-program/contactsupport/ arubanetworks.com/support/wsirt.php Support Addresses Americas and APAC EMEA WSIRT Please details of any security problem found in an Aruba product. ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide About the Guide 15

16 16 About the Guide ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

17 Chapter 2 System Messages Emergency Messages Table 4 System Emergency Messages RFD process initialization failed Description: RFD process initialization failed MESHD process initialization failed. Cause: MESHD process initialization failed possibly because the mesh-node is not correctly provisioned. Recommended Action: Re-provision the AP. Contact your technical support provider if this problem persists MESHD process exiting. Cause: No MESH role was specified. Recommended Action: Re-provision the AP. Contact your technical support provider if this problem persists MESHD process exiting. Cause: No MESH cluster profile was specified. Recommended Action: Re-provision the AP. Contact your technical support provider if this problem persists [msg:%s] Alert Message Table 5 System Alert Messages Licenses will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Some evaluation licenses will expire in the stated number of days. For feature licenses, this will cause the controller to reload. At this level, fewer than 2 days remain until expiry. Recommended Action: Make a list of licenses (from the show license command output) which are about to expire and contact your support provider License manager initiating reload; unsaved configuration changes will be lost Description: Feature licenses have expired and the controller is reloading in order to deactivate the features. Recommended Action: Make a list of expired licenses (from the show license command output) and contact you support provider. ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide System Messages 17

18 Table 5 System Alert Messages (Continued) Licenses sent by the server will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Licenses sent by the server will expire in the stated number of days. At this level, fewer than 5 days remain until expiry. Recommended Action: Please resolve connectivity issues with the license server Licenses contributed by the client will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Licenses contributed by the client will expire in the stated number of days. At this level, fewer than 5 days remain until expiry. Recommended Action: Please resolve connectivity issues with the license client VRRP: vrid [vrid:%d] (Master) - Received VRRP Advertisement with LOWER PRIORITY ([prio:%d]) from [ipaddr:%s], ignoring. Description: Warning indicating that the VRRP Master received Advertisement with lower priority which is ignored Failed to add Lsa to AgingObj in LsaInstall [msg:%s] Description: [func:%s]: [line:%d]: out of memory. Recommended Action: The AP is upgrading image from awc. Critical Messages Table 6 Critical System Messages Licenses will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Some evaluation licenses will expire in the stated number of days. Recommended Action: For feature licenses, this will cause the controller to reload. At this level, fewer than 15 days remain until expiry. Please make a list of licenses (from the "show license" command output) which are about to expire and contact support Failed to create the license database: [error:%s] Description: At initialization time, the license database could not be created. Recommended Action: Please reload the controller. If the problem persists, contact support Licenses sent by the server will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Licenses sent by the server will expire in the stated number of days. At this level, fewer than 15 days remain until expiry. Recommended Action: Please resolve connectivity issues with the license server icenses contributed by the client will expire in [days:%u] days Description: Licenses contributed by the client will expire in the stated number of days. At this level, fewer than 15 days remain until expiry. Recommended Action: Please resolve connectivity issues with the license client. 18 System Messages ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

19 Table 6 Critical System Messages [function:%s]: Solid DB ERROR Message - [error:%s] Description: The license manager failed to query its database. This error is fatal and the process will restart Recommended Action: If the error persists, contact support [function:%s]: Asserting... Description: The license manager failed to query its database. This error is fatal and the process will restart Recommended Action: If the error persists, contact support [function:%s]: [error: %s] Description: An ODBC error has occurred when creating the License DB. Recommended Action: No description available There is only [left:%d] MB left on the flash. At least [safe:%d] MB of free flash space is recommended to keep the system stable. Description: We are running low on memory. Please clean-up your flash files ystem. If this problem persists please report it to technical support. Recommended Action: Clean-up the flash file system.if this problem persists contact your technical support provider Still do not have enough free flash space, nothing more to delete: free flash space is [free:%d] MB Description: This should not happen, Contact your technical support provider. Recommended Action: contact your technical support provider Cannot open random dev Fatal error in reading the random dev Fatal Error : Key1 and Key 2 Stuck Fatal Error : FIPS Rand Seed Failed Failed SW FIPS KAT test, Fatal error BAD NETWORK CONFIGURATION.Configuration Snapshot is sent to the Master. A Local switch in the network has the same IP address as the master. Description: Network configuration is incorrect. A local switch in the network has the same IP address as the master. Recommended Action: Validate network configuration and addressing of local and master controller [func:%s](): [msg:%s] Description: This shows a critical error message in IF-MAP Client [func_name:%s] Potentially Fatal Problem ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide System Messages 19

20 Table 6 Critical System Messages POE over subscribed, Turning off [slot:%d]/[port:%d] Description: Turning off the port as the POE is oversubscribed [cause:%s] Description: This syslog describes the reason the switch was rebooted Maximum [string:%s] user capacity of [count:%d] reached. Description: System has reached maximum user capacity. Recommended Action: Limit of the system has been reached Max xsec user capacity of [count:%d] reached Description: System has reached max xsec user capacity Max ACR capacity of [count:%d] reached Description: System has reached max capacity of Advanced Crypto users Unable to read regulatory domain data from hardware Description: The system reported an error while trying to read regulatory domain information from the system hardware. As a result, the country code may not be set correctly on the controller and the APs may not be able to come up without the appropriate country code. Recommended Action: Contact your technical support provider The number of OSPFv2 network routes exceeds the forwarding table limit of [num:%d] routes Failed to add OSPFv2 route because routing table is full Discarding LSA because LS database is full. LS database contains [num:%u] LSAs An overtemperature condition has been detected: [desc:%s] [data:%f] Description: A card Tempertaure is too high. Recommended Action: Assure that ambient temperture is not too high and that airflow is unrestricted around the chassis vents Communication with the Peer M3 in the Bottom slots is broken. Description: Top slot M3 is not able to talk to the bottom slot M3. Recommended Action: Please check the Bottom slot to make sure it is operational [msg:%s] Unable to initialize [operation:%s] in [function:%s], [file:%s]:[line:%d]. Description: This log indicates that the system was unable to initialize a system component. This could be a transient condition and the problem might go away Recommended Action: In case the problem persists, please contact the technical support. Error Messages 20 System Messages ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide

21 Table 7 Error System Messages Unexpected fatal mobileip runtime error in [file:%s] at [func:%s], [line:%d] Description: Unexpected condition occurred in the mobility manager (mobileip) Recommended Action: Contact your support provider Unexpected mobileip runtime error at [func:%s], [line:%d] Description: Unexpected condition occurred in the mobility manager (mobileip) Recommended Action: Contact your support provider Unexpected mobileip runtime error at [func:%s], [line:%d]: [errorstr:%s] Description: Unexpected condition occurred in the mobility manager (mobileip) Recommended Action: Contact your support provider Unexpected mobileip runtime error for station [mac:%m], [ip:%p] at [func:%s], [line:%d] Description: Unexpected condition occurred in the mobility manager (mobileip) Recommended Action: Contact your support provider Unable to initialize license manager Description: The license manager failed to initialize its database. This error is fatal and the process will restart. Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your support provider Sibyte: PAPI_Send() failed for opcode [opcode:%4x] Description: Backplane locking failed due to an inability to communicate with the datapath for the indicated opcode. Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your support provider Sibyte messaging failure: PAPI_Alloc() failed Description: Backplane locking failed due to an inability to allocate memory Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your support provider Serial number does not match: key [keyval:%s]; system [system:%s]; \[key [key:%s]]; disabling Description: A serial number mismatch has been detected for the specified key, so the system disabled it Cause: This is generally due to swapping flash modules or importing a license database from another controller Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your service provider Model number does not match: key [keyval:%s]; system [system:%s]; \[key [key:%s]]; disabling Description: A model number mismatch has been detected for the specified key, so the system disabled it. Cause: This is generally due to swapping flash modules or importing a license database from another controller. Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your service provider Limit not valid for [os:%s] [limit:%s]\[[id:%d]]; disabling Description: An invalid limit key has been detected, so the system disabled it. Cause: This is generally due to swapping flash modules or importing a license database from another controller. Recommended Action: If the error persist, contact your service provider ArubaOS 6.x Syslog Messages Reference Guide System Messages 21

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