Good day everyone, I have a problem with ACS's logging and I hope anyone who had similar experience could help me on this issues.
We have two ACS on our network (primary & secondary). All our dial-up customer are authenticated on primary ACS and the secondary ACS is only serves as a backup ONLY when the primary ACS is fail or out of service. User databases and groups including certain security & network configurations are replicated to secondary ACS on daily basis (every 24 hours). The logging for configuration for each ACS reports (Failed Attempts, Passed Authentication, RADIUS Accounting and etc) are also configured to daily basis. So far, the operational status for both are fine but I found out the logging files on secondary ACS has an extra ACS report which ends with "(HH-MM-SS).csv", for example, RADIUS Accounting 2008-05-02(00-00-33).csv. This happens whenever the secondary ACS are in replication mode and receives updates from primary ACS after every 24 hours.
In a day, the secondary ACS generates two identical ACS reports, with and without '(HH-MM-SS)'. Example ACS reports generated by secondary ACS;
RADIUS Accounting 2008-05-02.csv RADIUS Accounting 2008-05-02(00-00-33).csv
It only happens on secondary ACS but not in primary ACS, although in my understanding, whenever ACS in replication mode, all ACS services will be temporarily suspended and return to operational once the replication mode is completed. Our billing software is customized only to process those normal ACS reports (logs) but not those ends with "(HH-MM-SS).csv" and we have to manually extrack the content and merge it with the current reports. We did not having this problem in our previous ACS version 3.2 until we had upgraded our service recently.
Question: How do I overcome this issue? Any workaround?
Thank you very much!