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Old 08-30-2016, 01:47 PM
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Default LOG0003 tMGCDBTry: mgcNfcFileGet: nfcCopyFile returned E _FAIL.

We're seeing this message from a MGC port. I didn't get any hits on the solution search page. Has anyone seen this Log message?
LOG0003 tMGCDBTry: mgcNfcFileGet: nfcCopyFile returned E _FAIL.

Here is some information from the call server:
System type is - Communication Server 1000E/CPMG128 Linux

IPMGs Registered: 2
IPMGs Unregistered: 0
IPMGs Configured/unregistered: 0

ISSUE 65 P +


0 0 MGS DC01 AB02 BA18 AA22 BA18 DSP4AB07 N/A
0 1 MGC DC01 AB02 BA18 AA22 BA18 DSP1AB07 DSP2AB07
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Old 08-31-2016, 09:15 AM
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During boot up of the MGC, it tries to retrieve "mgcdb.xml"(in /u/ipmg/mgc/<supl>/).
to retrieve the XML file from the CS side.

I believe if this fails we will get this error.

If the mgc retains a local copy of mgcdb.xml (in /u/db), then it will proceed to use the local copy rather than continuing to wait for the file to be transferred from the CS.
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