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find an error from nettl.LOG00

bangu00
Advisor

find an error from nettl.LOG00

Dear all

i have a hp-ux 11.00

Yesterday, the server has been encountered an error from nettl.LOG00

The error is =>

***********************************STREAMS/UX*******************************@#%
  Timestamp            : Wed Mar 27 KST 2013 10:21:10.553900
  Process ID           : [ICS]              Subsystem        : STREAMS
  User ID ( UID )      : -1                 Log Class        : ERROR
  Device ID            : 0                  Path ID          : 0
  Connection ID        : 0                  Log Instance     : 0
  Location             : 00123
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
723463 10:21:10 128702168 1 T.. 5306 7 ar_rput_dlpi: DL_UDERROR_IND, dl_dest_addr_length 8 dl_errno 4

 

I don't know sure that.

i didn't found anything with command : lanadmin, lanscan, linkloop, syslog

Somebody help me..

 

 

 

Moved from HP-UX>System Administration to HP-UX > networking

5 REPLIES
Ajin_1
Valued Contributor

Re: find an error from nettl.LOG00

 

Hi

 

Please ref the below documnet

 

http://docs.hp.com/en/B3782-90726/ch03s30.html

Thanks & Regards
Ajin.S
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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: find an error from nettl.LOG00

>Please ref the below document

 

This link is useless due to the move of docs.hp.com years ago.

It would help if you could find the new link.

The topic that you got it from is:

 http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/System-Administration/error-on-log-nettl-LOG00/td-p/4579076

And looks unrelated.

bangu00
Advisor

Re: find an error from nettl.LOG00

Thank you for your reply.

I'm sorrry but i don't found it.

Please help me.

Laurent Menase
Honored Contributor

Re: find an error from nettl.LOG00

ar_rput_dlpi: DL_UDERROR_IND, dl_dest_addr_length 8 dl_errno 4

means

arp received an error from dlpi.

it is a DL_SYSERR so may be memory allocation failure difficult to tell without the dl_unix_errno field

 

usually you can ignore if it is isolate.

 

Check memory usage.

 

bangu00
Advisor

Re: find an error from nettl.LOG00

Dear

Thank you very much.

the error occured every minute on nettl.LOG00 file.

As you said, I checked memory usage via glance and physical error via mstm.
As a result, there is no anything error.

So, i will restart my server.

 

thank you..