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Re: SYSINIT SSRVEXCEPT, Unexpected system service exception

 
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Mario Dhaenens
Frequent Advisor

Re: SYSINIT SSRVEXCEPT, Unexpected system service exception

Hello,

The highwater_marking is disabled on the system disk.

Volume Status: ODS-5, subject to mount verification, protected subsystems
enabled, write-through caching enabled, special files enabled.
Volume is also mounted on NVO, NVJ, NVL.


I will try your proposed solution.
Thank you.

/Toine
Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: SYSINIT SSRVEXCEPT, Unexpected system service exception

Toine,

if you have high-water marking disabled, then just DUMP [SYSn.SYSEXE]SYS$ERRLOG.DMP before the first reboot. If there are any blocks with NON-zero contents, this may cause a crash.

If you've enabled high-water marking, all blocks will dump as all-zeroes before the first reboot.

Please report back, if the analysis was correct and this solution has worked.

Volker.
Mario Dhaenens
Frequent Advisor

Re: SYSINIT SSRVEXCEPT, Unexpected system service exception

Hello,

The crash was caused by SYS$ERRLOG.DMP.

Thank you all for the trouble shooting

P.S.
Now I have a Cluster with 6 Alpha and 4 I64 servers.

/Toine
Mario Dhaenens
Frequent Advisor

Re: SYSINIT SSRVEXCEPT, Unexpected system service exception

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