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|mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

Does anyone know what these MDNS messages mean in the log file?

 

Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 176 record list element add
Oct 17 06:11:59mdns[1674]: <527000> <DBUG> |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!
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Re: |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

What version of ArubaOS is this?


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Re: |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

It's v6.1.3.6-airgroup
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Re: |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

Fixed in ArubaOS 6.3.1.0

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Re: |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

What does it mean and I thought 6.3.1 isn't even out yet
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Re: |mdns| mdns_rlist_add 184 Number of records 100 in rlist exceeds max 100 allowed!

It has been out since the 14th of this month..

 

 


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