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Cannot Remove VMC out of Mobility Conductor

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  • 1.  Cannot Remove VMC out of Mobility Conductor

    Posted May 10, 2023 10:51 PM

    Hi All, I have been trying remove my VMC from my Mobility Conductor but I faced an issue where an error message pop up "Exception raised while processing request". I have search online and find out that the issue may comes from something related CPSec but there is no workaround for it. Do you guys know how can I solve this issue? 

    The version for VMC: 8.10.0.6



  • 2.  RE: Cannot Remove VMC out of Mobility Conductor

    MVP GURU
    Posted May 11, 2023 07:19 AM

    Have you checked if there are still cluster config if any still applied to this controller, even from the folder level? If so, then I would open a TAC case...



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  • 3.  RE: Cannot Remove VMC out of Mobility Conductor

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted May 12, 2023 05:45 AM

    You may check the Mobility Conductor logs, as those can contain more information about why the exception is raised. And you may as well try to remove the controller from the CLI, commands should be in the user guide.



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