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ConfigMgr 1706 – BgbServer.log expecting more data from client errors

September 29, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

After upgrading a Configuration Manager Current Branch environment to 1706 you may notice a lot of Expecting more data from client errors in the BgbServer.log .

This log records the activities of the notification server such as client-server communications and pushing tasks to clients. It also records information about online and task status files generation to be sent to the site server.

20170928-BGBServer

Feedback from Microsoft indicates this is related to the client not sending the final packet via TCP channel somehow or when the ccmexec service on the client restarts. The good news is that these events are harmless and are not impacting any functionality.

Logging improvements in future releases should fix this and avoid BgbServer.log from turning red.

Hope it helps!

Tim

*** Update 20/10 ***
I logged a case for this with Microsoft (ID 3141726) which changed status to Resolved just now. Expect this to be fixed in the next CB release.

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  1. Leo Ramirez
    October 3, 2017 at 8:28 pm

    Do you have your SCCM in http or https, if it’s work in https you could see in the IIS console the bindings and certificates

    • October 3, 2017 at 8:55 pm

      I do not think the mode is relevant. But for completeness: all environments I have seen this occurring so far were HTTP.

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