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aaronleung_1
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dmesg error message

 
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James Beamish-White
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Re: dmesg error message

It sounds like you need to run fsck over your disks - a quick way would be to reboot.

Have you rebooted recently? This should not just start to happen - you may need to check your hardware. Get into the ISL by typing Crtl-B at the console (*not* telnet), and look through the logs.

Cheers!
James
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aaronleung_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: dmesg error message

hello

It just happen today.

I have not reboot yet.
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: dmesg error message

What mount options you have with your mounted file systems.

You have to do a fsck on all the file systems.
Might be some corruption on the file system.

You can reboot is single user mode and do a
ISL>hpux -is


# fsck -F vxfs -o full /dev/vgXX/rvol... for all volumes

Are you using delaylog with your mount options for the file systems.

Thanks
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: dmesg error message

Do you have the latest vxfs patches installed on the system.
just found one for your messages

http://support2.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/patchDetail.do?patchid=PHKL_22677&context=hpux:800:11:00

patch PHKL_22677

Also doing a fsck on the file system may make you lose the files associated with the above inode numbers.

Just try giving a
#find /home -inum 1146 -print
to catch the file.

Thanks
Sarah Mokwana
Occasional Advisor

Re: dmesg error message

Hi

You need to unmount the file system and use fsck to run a full structural check.
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aaronleung_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: dmesg error message



hello T G Manikandan ,

I am now download a number of PHKL patch file. But it have many patch file. do I need to install each patch file or just install the PHKL_22677 only.

Also, what is the common way to update the system patch level before any OS buy occur ?

Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: dmesg error message

hello,

aggressive patching of OS was NEVER recommended.

Apply patches only when you face a bug.

Hope this helps!

Best Regards
Yogeeraj
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T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: dmesg error message

The common way is to update the OS using the latest patch bundles.
Just check what patch bundle you have on your system.


#swlist
to find the patch bundle releases.


This is the link for the latest patch bundles

http://us-support2.external.hp.com/common/bin/doc.pl/screen=commonExtensionSW/sid=055910091a01b3f34b


The patch PHKL_22677
has a dependency for PHKL_18543.
If your system does not have that patch then you can download even 18543 with that and do a installation.
The patch download has been made simple that you can select the required patches and download it in a single shot.

http://support2.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/search.do


I would suggest to ignite your system before go ahead for the installation of those patches.

Now do a fsck for the volumes and try re-mounting the file systems.


Then you can download all the vxfs patches and you can install it at once.


Thanks