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Advisor error message

How's it going Checkmates.  I have a Smartevent running in Azure and I'm getting the following error message in the logs.  The origin is the smartevent itself.  The sensor test name is "error in" and it wants me to check the relevant test log file at /var/log/sensor/tests_logs.  The log file is attached as a picture because I cannot copy/paste from this environment.  

Looking at the script which is located at /opt/CPshrd-R80/bin/sensor/tests_data/ it look like it checks link status and compares it to the old status and then alerts if there is a change.  Does anyone know how to make this script happy?  I'm trying to eliminate the noise in the logs.  I'm also attaching a picture of the script.  Apparently there is no history_new.txt file, but I don't claim to be the best at scripting.  In history.txt it indeed reports three interfaces are up, but there is no history_new.txt file as the error message describes.

A quick search of Google and the UC turns up nothing.  Any guidance you may have would be appreciated.



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When the script executes this in the appropriate context, the ifconfig command is obviously not in the path.

It should be in /sbin, so replace ifconfig with /sbin/ifconfig. 

I would report this to TAC also.


Got a solution for this? Have the same kind of issue here.
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