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How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

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likid0
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How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

Hi,

we usually use an up to date custom version of nickel, to keep track of servers and hardware problems. I have found out that with 11.31 in and rx2800 i2, cstm/ems isn't working anymore in nickel. I imagine they have hpsmh and sysfaultmanager.

I have a problem with missing memory on the server, and I wanted to know I way to get info cstm/ems style, so I can see dimms deconfigured, double bit errors,etc...

But using the cli, can't use web or X interfaces.

Any ideas?

I image you can use event viewer something like:

/opt/sfm/bin#evweb eventviewer -L
/opt/sfm/bin#evweb eventviewer -E -n X

But does someone have examples?, or something similar in scripts?

Thanks for the help. Getting lost with the new stuff
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g3jza
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Re: How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

Hmm,
cstm should be working in 11.31. Having rx2660 and I can check the configuration of memory....

likid0
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Re: How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

The message:

This command is not supported on this server model.
Please use System Management Homepage (see hpsmh(1M)).

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Torsten.
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Re: How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

cstm is really gone on this platform.

Try /opt/propplus/bin/cprop

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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likid0
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Re: How to check if memory has failed or is deconfigured 11.31 smh

Great answer like allways. Thanks.

I can get going with:

/opt/propplus/bin/cprop -detail -a > /tmp/cprop.out
/opt/propplus/bin/cprop -summary -a >> /tmp/cprop.out

You need to have:


# swlist -l product | grep -i prop
PropPlus A.04.00.05 HP-UX Property Page Plus
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