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Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

rosa maria_1
Advisor

Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

Hi,

I have an HP-UX 11.0 server. It has been manually rebooting today and yesterday because it has gone down. Cheking syslog.log file, I can´t see something wrong, only this message:
/usr/sbin/nfsd[1364]: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536.

I have run the dmesg and strvf commands, but everything looks o.k.

Someone can help me?
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

Shalom,

That is a housekeeping message. What does the OLDsyslog say about why the system failed?

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rosa maria_1
Advisor

Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

Actually, i couldn´t find a real error message ...

these are last messages before last reboot:

Feb 16 08:58:03 iserver telnetd[15225]: getpid: peer died: Error 0
Feb 16 08:57:55 iserver sshd[15223]: Failed password for nagios from 10.254.1.29
port 57482 ssh2
Feb 16 09:03:03 iserver above message repeats 2 times
Feb 16 09:03:03 iserver telnetd[15377]: getpid: peer died: Error 0
Feb 16 09:08:03 iserver telnetd[15732]: getpid: peer died: Error 0
Feb 16 09:10:34 iserver sshd[15879]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:10:38 iserver sshd[15880]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:10:47 iserver sshd[15881]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:04 iserver telnetd[16059]: getpid: peer died: Error 0
Feb 16 09:13:48 iserver sshd[16050]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:48 iserver sshd[16049]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:48 iserver sshd[16046]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:49 iserver sshd[16048]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:49 iserver sshd[16042]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:50 iserver sshd[16045]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:51 iserver sshd[16044]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:53 iserver sshd[16047]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:13:55 iserver sshd[16043]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:14:00 iserver sshd[16051]: Connection closed by 10.254.1.29
Feb 16 09:18:03 iserver telnetd[16166]: getpid: peer died: Error 0
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

>I couldn't find a real error message

Do you have crash dumps enabled?
You do know that 11.00 isn't supported?
rosa maria_1
Advisor

Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

how can I know ????
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

>how can I know?

Do you have any large directories in /var/adm/crash/?
rosa maria_1
Advisor

Re: Setting STREAMS-HEAD high water value to 65536

no, I have not any file there =(