When running commands
show interface <interface name> multi-queue verbose or
mq_mng -o -i <interface name> -01 –v there is a call to show the interfaces which has Multi-Queue enabled on them.
In that process there is a function that runs a script and in addition to the commands that this function receives, it is getting the warning string “Warning: Can't find ::CPAP-SG1620X in cp.macro. License version might be not compatible” as well.
This string got into a function that is expected to produces the numbers of the cores with Multi-Queue affinity, since it suddenly had a string in the result it did not know what to do with it.