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Jojo Castro
Regular Advisor

SU Logs root-sfmdb

Hi all,

Need your expertise related to the following messages below

SU 06/10 20:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 20:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 21:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:27 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:42 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 22:57 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:12 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:13 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:28 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:28 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:43 + tty?? root-sfmdb
SU 06/10 23:43 + tty?? root-sfmdb

Noticed that it runs every 5mins.
Herewith is root cron entries:

# crontab -l
# Entry for monitoring status of the EMSHAProvider
* * * * * sleep 15;/etc/opt/resmon/lbin/mon_EMSHAProvider_state.sh
# Entry for vacuuming the EMT CER DB
5 1 * * * /opt/sfm/vacuum
5,20,35,50 * * * * /opt/sfm/bin/restart_sfm.sh

Thanks!
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Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: SU Logs root-sfmdb

SFM states "System Fault management"
It is the monitoring Application which is loaded in your system and came along with the OS.like event monitoring service (EMS)

You can check SFM installed in your system by #swlist -l product |grep SFM

Normally it monitors systems states for each 5 minutes.As you shown root-sfmdb entries are occurred in your syslog.+ indicates it is successful login to the SFM database.

By removing crontab entries , it may not possible to stop the root-sfmdb entries.I suspects SFM version is not loaded properly on your system.

First you check which SFM version loaded in system.Uninstall the SFM bundles from system using swremove.
Before uninstalling stop cimserver using cimserver -s command.

Install a fresh / upgraded SFm version.

Hope this helps!
a warrior never quits
SUDHAKAR_18
Trusted Contributor
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Re: SU Logs root-sfmdb

please check your SFM version.
#swlist -l product |grep -i fault

You need to upgrade SFM version.
stop cimserver
#cimserver -s

Install latest SFM version software.

start cimserver
#cimserver

Its an workaround. i faced same issues in my servers as well.
Jojo Castro
Regular Advisor

Re: SU Logs root-sfmdb

Thanks for the info unix_shell.

Hi SUDHAKAR, here are is my response:

please check your SFM version.
#swlist -l product |grep -i fault

# swlist -l product |grep -i fault
SFM-CORE B.05.00.05 HPUX System Fault Management

Its an workaround. i faced same issues in my servers as well.

Is this a known issue?
SUDHAKAR_18
Trusted Contributor

Re: SU Logs root-sfmdb

Hi jojo,

am not sure about issue. but problem get resolved after upgrading to latest version.
Jojo Castro
Regular Advisor

Re: SU Logs root-sfmdb

ok thanks. I will try this reco and update here if it indeed resolve the issue.

Thanks!