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Re: GSP errors

Occasional Contributor

GSP errors

The date of the entries on my GSP error log are 02/01/1970. Is there a way to fix this?
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP errors

do you mean GSP isn't logging with correct date information?

You can reset GSP by pressing a white small button on the server / superdome which won't casue any problem to the server.
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP errors


Probably the issue was caused by a power lost. Once the OS is up and running it should work again, but if it does not, follow the above advice.


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Re: GSP errors


the older systems have no clock on the GSP itself, but the running OS will pass the time information to the device.
Once your system is up and running, your timestamps will be current.

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Re: GSP errors

HI Brian,

Not sure if this will help but you can reset the console port.

UNIX-COMMAND Rest console port

"stty +resetGSP
stty +queryGSP