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paul courry
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odd console message




Anhybody know what it means?
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Ian Warner
Trusted Contributor

Re: odd console message

Paul,

Do we get a clue, or can we invent the message?


Ian
Why did anyone invent unix?
Chuck Ciesinski
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Re: odd console message

Paul,

Is this a M$ screen or a HP system screen?

Chuck Ciesinski
"Show me the $$$$$"
Mark Vollmers
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Re: odd console message

Paul-

my first guess would be "plug in console", but I could be wrong...

Mark
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paul courry
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

Ok you comedians!

I've made three attempts to upload the message from my PC at work, but it is not doing it (can you say firewall?) so I'll try from a different PC tomorrow. (Home sick today)
Michael Tully
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

Hi Paul,

Don't forget to award the appropriate point level for comedy!

Cheers
~Michael~
Anyone for a Mutiny ?
harry d brown jr
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

Paul,

I get that same message from some Systems Administrators, you know, that "dumb cow look" (mouth open, head tilted, and eyes wide open).


live free or die (and get back to work soon)
harry
Live Free or Die
Chuck Ciesinski
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

Paul,

Is this screen like a deer in headlights? ;-)

Chuck Ciesinski

<< flame suit on>>
"Show me the $$$$$"
paul courry
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

test
paul courry
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

One more try...........

#J4867/3553/May 24 07:22:39 localhost syslog: HP Advanced Disk Array serial number 0000000EBF5D: Multi-initiator lock obtained: Product Revision: HP62: Product ID: C5447A

User MGR
Group PUB
Account SYSLOG
JSNAME JSYSLOGD
Eric Sorensen_1
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: odd console message

Hello Paul,

Engineering note KBRC00006935 suggests "There is probably one or more corrupt logfiles in /var/opt/hparray/log which is
causing the syslog daemon to loop."

And "If you had a system abort it is quite probable that the log file that was open
for writing at the time has become corrupt. To fix this do the following:

Abort JARMSRVD and JSYSLOGD.

sh
cd /var/opt/hparray/log
mkdir oldlog
cp * oldlog
touch LOGCATLG
exit

Restream JARMSRVD and JSYSLOGD.

The above steps will allow syslogd to start a new log file. The job should run
normally now."

A problem well defined is half solved.
paul courry
Honored Contributor

Re: odd console message

Ok you jokers, this thread is closed (and thanks for the info Eric).