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MP events in rp8420

 
Gurumanickam
Frequent Advisor

MP events in rp8420

hi all,

After rebooting the server im getting the following events repeatedly in MP system event log. how to stop this events. please help me to resolve this issue.

16433 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085f 010000004637d49e MP_TIMESTAMP
16433 05/02/2007 00:00:30
16432 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085e 0100000046368315 MP_TIMESTAMP
16432 05/01/2007 00:00:21
16431 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085d 0100000046353193 MP_TIMESTAMP
16431 04/30/2007 00:00:19
16430 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085c 010000004633e005 MP_TIMESTAMP
16430 04/29/2007 00:00:05
16429 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085b 0100000046328e93 MP_TIMESTAMP
16429 04/28/2007 00:00:19
16428 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e0085a 0100000046313d01 MP_TIMESTAMP
16428 04/27/2007 00:00:01
16427 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e00859 01000000462feb94 MP_TIMESTAMP
16427 04/26/2007 00:00:20
16426 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e00858 01000000462e9a14 MP_TIMESTAMP
16426 04/25/2007 00:00:20
16425 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e00857 01000000462d488c MP_TIMESTAMP
16425 04/24/2007 00:00:12
16424 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e00856 01000000462bf70b MP_TIMESTAMP
16424 04/23/2007 00:00:11
16423 MP 0 2 4b001a6600e00855 01000000462aa580 MP_TIMESTAMP
16423 04/22/2007 00:00:00


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Guru
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Marco A.
Esteemed Contributor

Re: MP events in rp8420

Hello Guru,

Have you updated the firmware (MP) - boot ?

Rgds,

Marc0
Just unplug and plug in again ....
Marco A.
Esteemed Contributor

Re: MP events in rp8420

and ..how is the MP clock in relation with the system clock.!?
Just unplug and plug in again ....
NMory
Respected Contributor

Re: MP events in rp8420

Guru:

Isn't this a is normal behavior when the MP is reset while the Partitions are still running their NOS. The MP loses communication with the partitions and will
not regain the correct status until the Partitions are rebooted.

NM
Gurumanickam
Frequent Advisor

Re: MP events in rp8420

hi,

I have properly shutdown all the partition and i disconnected the power supply of the server and then i connected a power supply to server then all the partition come up. This activity i had done 2 weeks before in all my three servers(rp8420), from that day im getting the same events in all the three servers. what may be the problem. please help me to resolve this issue

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Guru
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Michael Steele_2
Honored Contributor

Re: MP events in rp8420

Do you have a version of GNU sysstat or mpstat on a network linux server? (* wild guess *)
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Stefan Stechemesser
Honored Contributor

Re: MP events in rp8420

Hi Guru,

these messages are normal. They show that the MP is still alive and give a better understanding of a whole MP log (most MP logs don't have a timestamp associated with it).

The Alert Level is 2 - Informational.

No fault or attention LED will lit due to these messages. You can simply ignore them (you only have to worry if they are missing on your rp8420)

best regards

Stefan

Re: MP events in rp8420

I have three models of servers:
rp8420
rp7420
rp3440

I am only seeing these messages appear on our rp7420.

If these messages are so normal why am I not seeing them on the other two servers, in particular our rp8420 which the orignator of this thread owns.

Regards

Matt