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Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

  • 1.  Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Oct 05, 2018 09:17 AM

    I am seeing an unusual warning on a 7040 controller that states Filling up the default gateway configuraiton. Just checked the config for default gateway and there is a statement about load-balance-gateways. Would this have something to do with the warning?

     

    Oct  5 04:20:56  fpapps[3378]: <399838> <3381> <WARN> |fpapps|  filling up the default gateway configuration



  • 2.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Oct 05, 2018 02:53 PM

    Can you provide a screen shot of the error you're receiving? Is this from the CLI, or from the WebUI?



  • 3.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Oct 30, 2018 11:32 AM
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    This is in CLI.



  • 4.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Jan 17, 2020 02:36 PM

    Did you ever get a response to what was causing this error in the log?



  • 5.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 15, 2020 09:33 AM

    I'm having this same issue on my 7205 running 8.6.0.2 when I look at the "show log system all". I only have one default route and 1 default gateway set in my configuration. Pretty simple

     

    Apr 14 10:44:46 fpapps[3570]: <399838> <3573> <WARN> |fpapps| filling up the default gateway configuration
    Apr 15 04:28:42 fpapps[3570]: <399838> <3573> <WARN> |fpapps| filling up the default gateway configuration

     

    any update on this?



  • 6.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 15, 2020 09:42 AM

    I never got a response on this.



  • 7.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 15, 2020 09:55 AM

    According to previous posts, fpapps is the process that takes care of L2 and L3 connectivity in the controller. 

     

    Is your controller the default gateway for any of your client VLANs? Is the controller providing DHCP for any of the VLANs?

     

    Edit - Also can you try enabling logging on the fpapps process to see if this provides further info?

     

    (Aruba) *[mynode] (config) #logging system process fpapps level
    alerts Immediate action needed.
    critical Critical Condition.
    debugging Debug Messages.
    emergencies System is unusable.
    errors Error Conditions in the system.
    informational Informational Messages.
    notifications Normal but significant condition.
    warnings Warning condition.



  • 8.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 15, 2020 10:04 AM

    Sorry when I said I hadn't heard anything on this I was replying to an email I got from another engineer.  I just looked at our environment and I no longer see these errors in the log.  We recently upgraded to AOS 8.5.0.7 and will be upgrading tomorrow to 8.5.0.8.  I am assuming something in the new version of code eliminated the errors but don't really know.



  • 9.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 15, 2020 10:46 AM

    I certainly can get that log for us.

    and just as a reminder, I'm running 8.6.0.2 which is the latest code. if others in this post have stopped it in 8.5, maybe its a bug in 8.6 that needs to be revisited... 



  • 10.  RE: Warning on the 7040 controller running 8.X

    Posted Apr 17, 2020 02:58 AM

    the log "filling up the default gateway configuration" should not be a warning, it should be "debug" at best, and it should be ignored.

     

    It is logged when the config is parsed by show-running (and perhaps other config related operations), e.g.

    (sg-7005) #show clock
    Fri Apr 17 14:54:00 +08 2020
    (sg-7005) #
    (sg-7005) #show running-config | redirect-output 
    'show running-config' is written into redirect-output.log ...
    (sg-7005) #
    (sg-7005) #show running-config | redirect-output 
    'show running-config' is written into redirect-output.log ...
    (sg-7005) #
    (sg-7005) #
    (sg-7005) #show log system all | include filling
    Apr 17 14:54:10  fpapps[3283]: <399838> <3286> <WARN> |fpapps|  filling up the default gateway configuration 
    Apr 17 14:54:22  fpapps[3283]: <399838> <3286> <WARN> |fpapps|  filling up the default gateway configuration 
    (sg-7005-a) #