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Re: System Panic

Regular Advisor

System Panic

Hi Everyone.

Please help me analyze the ts99.log file attached.
The system did panic several times.

Thank you
Respected Contributor

Re: System Panic


From provided log, there is memory related error. Check /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

Honored Contributor

Re: System Panic

>>Check /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

That should actually be /var/adm/syslog/OLDsyslog.log to see what happened prior to the crash.

You should also check /etc/shutdownlog.

There should be a crash dump, or several if the system paniced several times, in /var/adm/crash. The most recent (newest) will have a .0 extension. If you have a support contract you should get this dump analyzed by HP.
Regular Advisor

Re: System Panic


I found some EMS alerts. Is this something related?

Adapter at hardware path 0/2/0/0 : Received an interrupt indicating that a
primitive was transmitted

Description of Error:

lbolt value: 4197

The Fibre Channel Driver received an interrupt indicating
that a primitive was transmitted
Frame Manager Status Register = 0xa002c480

Trusted Contributor

Re: System Panic


lastb root
lastb reboot
Respected Contributor

Re: System Panic


The EMS event you received is Fibre Channel related and should be informational only. It tells you that a FC protocol primitive was transmitted, likely due to fabric / arbitrated loop initialization.

You can check memory error log via STM.

Occasional Advisor

Re: System Panic

The analysis of ts99 files reveal that the issue is with the system board. Get it replaced.