DELL EMC Networker Host Inventory Failure

This is a short post about one of the common failures in Networker Host Inventory.

HostInventory_Failure

In some scenarios, the host inventory might be failed with below error message:

NSRPUSH: Client Push unable to detach from the current operation: No operation is active
Another operation is active -- retry later

This error message indicated that the nsrcpd daemon, which is used to manage Networker client push, is locked.

 

The solution is as below:

  1. Find and end the nsrcpd daemon from the Task Manager in Networker Server. End_nsrcpd.png
  2. Navigate to the ../nsr/tmp folder and delete below two files: cpdb.lck and nsrcpd.lck.
  3. Restart the nsrcpd daemon by running a manual inventory from the command prompt.
nsrpush –i host1.test.com

 

Once the nsrcpd daemon is started, the issue should be resolved.

In addition, the daemon log for nsrcpd is located at ../nsr/logs/nsrcpd.raw.

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