ResearchThis! KB: A module reported an error 0x80004005 from a callback which was running as part of rule “Microsoft.Windows.DHCPServer.2012.IndScope.IPV4.FreeScopeAddresses.Percentage.Monitor”

Alert: A module reported an error 0x80004005 from a callback which was running as part of rule “Microsoft.Windows.DHCPServer.2012.IndScope.IPV4.FreeScopeAddresses.Percentage.Monitor”

Management Pack Name: System Center Management Pack for Windows Server 2012 DHCP

Management Pack Version: 6.0.7295.0

Rule or Monitor? Monitor

Rule or Monitor Name: Microsoft.Windows.DHCPServer.2012.IndScope.IPV4.FreeScopeAddresses.Percentage.Monitor

Rule or Monitor Notes

checks IPv4 scope fill level

Issue:

A module reported an error 0x80004005 from a callback which was running as part of rule “Microsoft.Windows.DHCPServer.2012.IndScope.IPV4.FreeScopeAddresses.Percentage.Monitor” running for instance “XXX – scope” with id:”{0B8F957E-AD28-XXXX-XXXX-31FA0A91E275}” in management group “XXX-2012-PROD”. Log Name: Operations Manager Source: HealthService Event ID: 4503 Level: Error

Causes: The APM workflow Microsoft.SystemCenter.Apm.DataTransferRule will run the above query and check the result against a threshold value of three hours (DatabaseIsNotSyncMoreHours). It this threshold is breached the monitor will change to a Warning state.

Resolution: some scope (display) names were not unique – this is no issue in DHCP itself but SCOM does not work with this … once you have duplicate entries in the property “Microsoft.Windows.DHCPServer.Library.Scope].Name” you will see eventlog entries with ID 4503

 

This article was written by Andreas Rentsch

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