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CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine is not defined in the database.

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Article ID: 145527

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Products

CA Workload Automation AE - Scheduler (AutoSys) CA Workload Automation AE

Issue/Introduction

When we run "autoping -M ALL" the result contains a large number of the following messages:

CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine <machine1> is not defined in the database.

CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine <machine2> is not defined in the database.

CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine <machine12> is not defined in the database.

CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine <machine22> is not defined in the database.


Why do we get these messages ?








 

 

 

Cause

The machines are already deleted in the database by delete_machine.

But they are still referenced in some job definition.




Environment

Release : 11.3.6 SP8

Component : CA Workload Automation AE (AutoSys)





Resolution


The following messages are returned by running the "autoping -M ALL" command:

CAUAJM_E_10212 Machine <machine22> is not defined in the database.

when the machine is already deleted in AEDB database by "delete_machine" using the "force: y" option.

But the machine is still referenced in some job definitions like the below example:

insert_job: job_name
job_type: CMD
command: ls
machine: machine22