Cleanup process may end abruptly with UnboundLocalError after upgrade to v2.3.x
Cleanup process doesn't complete successfully in v2.3.0/a/b, please download
the logs and look for the below print:
ERROR: _run_job…"cleanup_function (trigger:
interval…, next run at: …" raised an exception
Traceback (most recent call last):
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'res' referenced before
you face this issue, please upgrade to latest 2.X.X version
defect number – N2WS-1683, fixed in v2.3.0c
Link to Release
Notes and the latest patch – https://support.n2ws.com/portal/kb/articles/release-notes-for-the-latest-v2-3-x-cpm-release
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