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The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the stopped state.

Anusuya
Occasional Contributor

The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the stopped state.


I have a series of Events that are showing up in my System Log that I'm not sure how to resolve. These events are repeating over and over again:
Server : ProLiant DL580 G2

Controllers:

slot 5 FCA-221x FWversion :3.03.06
Slot 6 FCA-221x FWversion :3.03.06
slot 3 FCA-221x FWversion :3.03.06
slot 4 FCA-221x FWversion:3.03.06
MSA 1000 Storage connected 5&6 - 4&3
MSA Controller Verison :1.86
OS : windows 2k3 SP1
application : Websense
Fversion :3.03.06
software : Secure path Installed
HArd disk FW : HPB1,2&3
Product Name: ProLiant DL580 G2
ROM Version: P27-09/15/2004




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Source: Removable Storage Serv
Event ID: 128
Type: Warning
The device number of a(n) changer cannot be determined. This device failed to configure. This event may be logged several times for the same device.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service entered the running state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service was successfully sent a stop control.
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Source: Removable Storage Serv
Event ID: 98
Type: Information
RSM was stopped.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Removable Storage service entered the stopped state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The NAVEX15 service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The NAVENG service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7035
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service was successfully sent a start control.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the running state.
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Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7036
Type: Information
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the stopped state.
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I have no idea what is cause all this events to occur. No new hardware/software has been installed recently (other than the usual Windows updates). If anyone has any ideas on what might be the cause & what I can do to track this down, I'd be very grateful.

1 REPLY
Mike McClure
Occasional Visitor

Re: The Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service service entered the stopped state.

I would like to know the same thing.
I suspect it is some sort of login/logout process from other computers.
I have seen it for years on all our servers (40 or 50) but last night I had a massive number of these groups of eventIDs appear on almost all the servers.
Since we doing a special audit there is extra login/logout activity from this so I would say it has to do with login/logouts in a remote type capacity.
I am still looking for answers as to exactly what is going on.