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Array Monitor Daemon error

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Filomena Cantoria
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Array Monitor Daemon error

I had a bad disk (c4t1d0) on the array so I replaced it with a new disk from HP. Now, I am getting the following error "Activity log for disk array on /dev/rdsk/c4t1d0 is full."

Help! What do I need to do to fix this?
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Michael Tully
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Re: Array Monitor Daemon error

Hi,

To display the serial numbers:

/opt/hparray/bin/arraydsp -i

First check to see if there any "event" type
logs.

NOTE: the "ARMServer" daemon must be running.

# /opt/hparray/bin/arraylog -e 0000000F5410
(serial number from above)

Once you are satified that there are no
events to investigate you can then remove
the logs. First get the ARMServer process
that needs to be killed. This cannot be
done with the start/stop function program
in /sbin/rc1.d/K290hparray script as there
are other dependencies included in this
script.

# ps -ef |grep ARMServer
root 21129 18537 1 10:02:33 ttypb 0:00 grep ARMS
root 19856 1 13 09:38:35 ? 0:05 /opt/hparray/bin/ARMServer

# kill -15 19856 (No need for anything higher)

# cd /var/opt/hparray/log
# rm L000* LOGCATLG
# touch LOGCATLG

Restart the ARMServer daemon
# /opt/hparray/bin/ARMServer &

HTH
-Michael
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