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Event ID: 264

Patrick Holden
Occasional Visitor

Event ID: 264

Event Type: Warning
Event Source: NIC Agents
Event Category: Service
Event ID: 264
Date: 1/10/2003
Time: 12:51:49 PM
User: N/A
Computer: FRANKLIN
Description:
Component: Compaq NIC Management Agent Error: Unable to open the registry key "%1". Cause: This error can be caused by a corrupt registry or a low memory condition. Rebooting the server may correct this error.
Data:
0000: 02 00 00 00 ....
May GOD come and save the world NOW
11 REPLIES
Eugeny Brychkov
Honored Contributor

Re: Event ID: 264

Patrick,
how often you server experiences this event? Did you check what was proposed? Memory low? Rebooted? I remember there's a command to check registry, but can not recall its spelling :o(
Eugeny
Theo Hill_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Event ID: 264

IS this a clustered server? If not, try removing the cluster service.
Patrick Holden
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264

The server is experiencing the problem every two minutes. I followed the procedure, which said reboot the server, but it did not clear. The server is not clustered.
May GOD come and save the world NOW
Mike_387
Occasional Contributor

Re: Event ID: 264

Patrick

I have the same error message in my event log. Have you found any solutions for this problem? I also rebootet the server and the memorys are ok.

Thanks!
Terry Hutchings
Honored Contributor

Re: Event ID: 264

What kind of machine is this? Is there a dual port nic installed and are both port being used? If one of the ports is not being used, I would recommend using the loopback adapter which came with the server/dual port nic.
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Mike_387
Occasional Contributor

Re: Event ID: 264

I have only one NIC installed and these NIC is on the system board. The drivers and Agents that are installed on the system are SmartStart Vers. 6.2
Marius Zeineh
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264

I also have the same error appearing every two minutes on a non clustered DL380 G2. Was there ever a solution to this problem?
Igor_47
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264

I have the same error. Was this resolved
?
Razmi Patel
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264

I also have this problem, Has this been resolved. I have a dual NIC server (both in use) and it is not clustered.

Thanks

Raz
Michele Niccore
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264

I am having the same problem. The server is a dual NIC but not a dual port single NIC. I've tried disabling the unused NIC and plugging it in and using it. I still get the same problem. The error is slightly different with an "Unable to open the registry key "(null)"

Rebooting does not fix this problem and the server does not have a low memory condition. It doesn't seem to stop the machine from running but it's filling up my system event logs. If there was a real problem with the system I wouldn't know it because I would never find the event.

If anyone figures this one out...please post your fix!

Makubex
Occasional Visitor

Re: Event ID: 264


For this problem, I have see this error last night after i switch ATM to GIGABIT NIC.
I try to find what wrong in my Server then I see "Compaq NIC Agent" Service still running
on my service management, That same as my error. I think may It can not find old NIC.
That you install HP Inside Manager? I think we can stop that service then error will gone.

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