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messages log flooded with email_unified_cmi_get_attribs

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Hi all,

SG 6800 R80.40 Cluster active/standby

The active GW has the following msg logged continuously in /var/log/messages :

 

 

kernel: [fw4_4];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_4];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_13];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_5];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_4];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_4];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_11];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_4];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_11];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_5];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_12];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_6];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_12];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_5];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode
kernel: [fw4_10];email_unified_cmi_get_attribs: not valid caller: fileapp_cpview_update_file_stats_slim_mode

 

googling this did not come up with anything useful.   Any hints?

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I think you should open a TAC ticket.

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I think you should open a TAC ticket.

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