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sreedhar2u
Frequent Advisor

DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM WARNING

Hi,

Someone please let me know how to resolve this issue.


/sbin/bcheckrc:
Checking for LVM volume groups and Activating (if any exist)
Volume group "/dev/vg00" has been successfully changed.
LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=2 (dev_t=0x1f054000) is POWERFAILED
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg01" has been successfully changed.
Activated volume group
Volume group "/dev/vg02" has been successfully changed.
vxfs fsck: sanity check: root file system OK (mounted read/write)
Checking hfs file systems
/sbin/fsclean: /dev/vg00/lvol1 (mounted) ok
/sbin/fsclean: /dev/vg02/tarot2_2 not clean, run fsck
FILE SYSTEM(S) NOT PROPERLY SHUTDOWN, BEGINNING FILE SYSTEM REPAIR
/dev/vg00/rlvol1: 134 files, 0 icont, 7593 used, 29773 free (277 frags, 3687 blo
cks)
DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM WARNING:
The diagnostic logging facility has started receiving excessive
errors from the I/O subsystem. I/O error entries will be lost
until the cause of the excessive I/O logging is corrected.
If the diaglogd daemon is not active, use the Daemon Startup command
in stm to start it.
If the diaglogd daemon is active, use the logtool utility in stm
to determine which I/O subsystem is logging excessive errors.


Regards,
Sreedhar
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Michal Kapalka (mikap)
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM WARNING

hi,

chek the HW status, if you have any HW failure.

ioscan -fn |grep NO_HW

grep EMS /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

check /etc/shutdownlog

check /etc/rc.log
.....

mikap
sreedhar2u
Frequent Advisor

Re: DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM WARNING

Hi,

after the message(DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM WARNING), system is not going any further nor I am getting system prompt. how to go to command prompt from this stage to solve the problem.

Regards,
Sreedhar