By default, the system caches 250 script includes when the MID Server runs. If the MID Server needs to run a script that is not cached, the MID Server fails and produces an error. For example, if the MID Server attempts to run a Javascript probe from an uncached script, the system might display this error: 

MID Server Script Include VMWarevCenterVMsProbe does not exist

Note: This error is most likely to happen when Cloud Management is enabled, because of the large number of script includes added by that plugin.

Steps to Reproduce


  1. Enter sys_properties.list in the navigation search field in the instance and press Enter.
  2. In the list of system properties, click New.
  3. Add the glide.remote_glide_record.max_count property and set the value to 50.
    This reduces the number of script includes that can be cached, making it easier to reproduce the problem.
  4. Run a vCenter discovery.
    Notice that the VMWarevCenterDatacentersProbe script (or one or more of the subsequent vCenter scripts) is not found.


  1. Enter sys_properties.list in the navigation search field in the instance and press Enter.
  2. In the list of system properties, click New.
  3. Add the glide.remote_glide_record.max_count property and set the value to a number larger than the number of MID Server script includes in your instance.
  4. Restart all MID Servers.

Related Problem: PRB1075293

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Fixed In

Jakarta Patch 4

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Last Updated:2019-05-21 11:35:37