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Eli Daniel
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Logs Hardware

hi,
how find the logs hardware in HP-UX 11.23

I need find logs the status hardware.

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Rita C Workman
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Re: Logs Hardware

Well, that depends.....

Now 'resmon' will put logs in /var/opt/resmon. But it can also send an alert that something has triggered a hardware logfile and will point you where to read about it. You will find these in your /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log file. And you will also find in your syslog.log file harware issues report too. 'lbolt' is great example of that.

Hope these help get you started.
Rita
Torsten.
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Re: Logs Hardware

It really depends on what you are looking for.

Most hardware related logs are are in the MP system logs.

Hope this helps!
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Eli Daniel
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Re: Logs Hardware

The problem is not have acces the MP login.
only access for SSH. Exist logs for hardware via SSH?
Torsten.
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Re: Logs Hardware

As an admin you *need* access to MP (even over SSH - depending on server model).

Hope this helps!
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Eli Daniel
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Re: Logs Hardware

server model:

1 ) rx7640 (3 Virtual Particion)
2 ) rx6600 (3 Virtual Machine and 1 Virtual Host)
3 ) rx8640 (3 Virtual Machine, 3 Virtual Particion and 1 Virtual Host.

Torsten.
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Re: Logs Hardware

You should be able to connect via SSH to the MP of all servers.

Don't expect errors in HPVM guests, only on the host.

Hope this helps!
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Eli Daniel
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Re: Logs Hardware

but there is method to view the logs from SSH?

Sp4admin
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Re: Logs Hardware

You need to login to the console and check the logs on the MP under the evenlogs. You can ssh or telnet depends on what you have setup.

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cnb
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Re: Logs Hardware

As stated, you *need* access to the MP, however there may be some hardware status information obtained by using "logtool" (as long as STM is installed) if you can't get to the MP:

http://docs.hp.com/en/diag/logtool/lgt_summ.htm

Rgds,
cnb
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Re: Logs Hardware

Johnson Punniyalingam
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Re: Logs Hardware

>>but there is method to view the logs from SSH?<<<

SSH -> service which can be used to connect to unix servers using "Secured connection"

Hardware logs -> can be found by checking the , System logs -> like

/var/adm/sysadm/OLDSyslog.log
/var/adm/sysadm/syslog.log
/var/opt/resmon/log/event.log
dmesg

if you need look for (Vpar's) to need gain the console access from
(HPVMHOST)) to Virtual partitions (vpar's)

from HPVMHOST

# hpvmconsole -p guestname

Similarly, to collect the guest operation log:


# hpvmconsole -P "$GUEST" -q -c 'rec -view' > $GUEST.applog

Check below link

http://docs.hp.com/en/T2767-90067/rn01re04.html

HTH,
Johnson
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