- "No CMS is configured as an auditor" error after upgrading to BI 4.2 SP3 Patch3
- Auditing is broken and stops working after upgrading to BI 4.2 SP3 Patch3
- The issue only occurs if Auditing events level is set to Custom
- Audit thread utilization goes to 100% when changing the Set Events to Custom also the issue does not appears while setting it on Default.
- CMS logs show the following error message:
|85b4ca23-cfee-5c91-2435-b87abdc721a4|2017 02 14 13:50:02:633|-0800|Information| |==| | |cms_BIPW12R2.CentralManagementServer|10436|9496|| ||||||||||||||||||||||(.\auditsubsystem_impl.cpp:2122) AuditorThread::run - auditing turned off; events will not be collected.
- CMS metrics page shows 0 CMS Auditor ( CMS is still able to successfully establish the connection to Auditing database. )
- Auditing status summary section ( ADS Last Updated On, Auditing Thread Utilization, Last Polling Cycle Duration ) shows blank information
- The issue is reproducible in 4.2 SP2 Patch 7 and on 4.2 SP3 Patch3.
- SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform 4.2 SP3 Patch3
- SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform 4.2 SP2 Patch7
- The issue is observed when Auditing is on Sybase SQL Anywhere, MS SQL Server and Oracle. It is most likely to occur on other supported Auditing database as well.
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