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Contributor II
Posts: 40
Registered: ‎01-21-2011

Propper way to clean controller DB

Hi!

 

let's say I have one specific problematic AP which disconnects always after 10 seconds and this repeats forewer.

I;ve eliminated all other possibilities so only one remains - data stored in controller DB.

 

What is the propper way to clear this DB?

 

Assuming I have some RAP whaitelists so I can't just delete all.

 

Thanks,

            V.D.

Guru Elite
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: Propper way to clean controller DB

What are you trying to accomplish, to remove the record of the access point?



Colin Joseph
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Contributor II
Posts: 40
Registered: ‎01-21-2011

Re: Propper way to clean controller DB

OK, so I have controller with 300+ day uptime and problem with a specific AP of many.

I've eliminated all other possibilities and problem persists after restart of AP and a controller.

 

So naturally I suspect there is something stored in controler. But it is not in startup-config, because there are no AP-specific config data.

That leaves me with only one suspect - controler DB, where all the ARM/IDS/history data must be stored.

So how do I clear this DB? (for testing purposes).

 

Thanks,

        V.D.

Guru Elite
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: Propper way to clean controller DB

Do you know where the problem access point is located?  Can you take it off the network as a test?

 



Colin Joseph
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Registered: ‎08-12-2011

Re: Propper way to clean controller DB

[ Edited ]

I would not think this is a database issue.

I think you need to ge the output of 'show ap tech-support <ap-name>' and see what the reboot reason is as reported under 'show ap system-status' and start the investigation from there.

 

 

if you do want to clear the entry from the controller the command is;

 


(Aruba650) #clear gap-db ap-name ?
<ap-name>               AP name

 

 This will remove the AP from 'show ap database' and from the monitor summary. (until the AP connects again)

 

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