Fix the Path Manager UI to set the uniqueDeviceId values properly on generated Cisco RttMon paths.
The issue documented above has been resolved in the following release(s):
eHealth 6.0 Service Pack 6
eHealth 6.1 Service Pack 1
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The order in which these requests are sent out is indeterminate, so factors that could have changed the impact of this issue when upgrading include:
- if the NH_STAT_POLLS_PER_SECOND value was increased
- if additional tests were recently added to the routers
Any new instances that do not have the uniqueDeviceId value set will not be throttled and not count towards that maximum of 5 outstanding requests per agent (NH_POLL_AGENT_THROTTLE). A few is not a problem. The more there are for a router, the more likely the problem is to pop up again. Deleting the instances will not cause a problem.