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Syslog error.

Occasional Visitor

Syslog error.

Please can you provide me the details..
Whats going on and how tht occurs ?
Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: Syslog error.

suspecting some "HW" problem

run below command to check the error.

/opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 807403537 -r /adapters/events/ql_adapter/12_0_4_1_1 -n 807403575 -a

/opt/resmon/bin/resdata -R 807403527 -r /adapters/events/ql_adapter/12_0_2_1_1 -n 807403576 -a

from the Above commands output .. Look for "Problem Discription & Recommended Action"
Problems are common to all, but attitude makes the difference
Sachin Kumbla
Frequent Advisor

Re: Syslog error.


Is this server zoned to a Tape library.
If yes & if you reboot the TL you will get such errors.

You can ignore it in that case.

Sachin Kumbla
Rita C Workman
Honored Contributor

Re: Syslog error.

The error could be either of what the above two contributors have mentioned.

Do as Johnson suggests - run the command and see what it says. If the info does not point to a hardware problem then it is just a 'blink' on the HBA. This is not totally unusual. Some HBA's (no brand mentioned) are not as reliable as others. It can also be the result of enabling a new zone config. I've seen our Windows HBA's complain every time I have to do some zoning and enable the new config. Always good to only do one fabric at a time.

So, if it's not a hardware error, then see if some zone work was being done that might have caused the blink. Or could even be the need for a firmware upgrade to address the anomally.

Frequent Advisor

Re: Syslog error.

GO to the

/var/opt/resmon/log/event.log file

check for the errors in details

go to CSTM

cstm> ru logtool
Logtool Utility> sr
Logtool Utility> Press Enter
Logtool Utility>


This give give you better idea