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Uerf Deciphering

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Mark_399
Occasional Advisor

Uerf Deciphering

Hi

I have had the following event logged from binlogd on an ES40 running Tru64 5.1B PK3. Should I start worrying?!

Thanks in advance

----- EVENT INFORMATION -----

EVENT CLASS ERROR EVENT
OS EVENT TYPE 110. MACHINE STATE
SEQUENCE NUMBER 0.
OPERATING SYSTEM DEC OSF/1
OCCURRED/LOGGED ON Tue Mar 16 11:30:14 2004
OCCURRED ON SYSTEM hamgt01
SYSTEM ID x000D0022
SYSTYPE x00000000
PROCESSOR COUNT 4.
PROCESSOR WHO LOGGED x00000002
SYSTEM STATE x0003 CONFIGURATION
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Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: Uerf Deciphering

Hi,

this type of message you can expect around boot up time. But for more details use decevent. Try:
dia -R | more
to see, if something catches your eye.
Also look into /var/adm/messages and
/var/adm/syslog.dated/current
There are different logs.

greetings,

Michael
Johan Brusche
Honored Contributor

Re: Uerf Deciphering


Since this is an ES40, one should use "Campaq Analyse" ie. /usr/sbin/ca for correct deciphering of binary.errlogs
And to confuse anybody even more, 'ca' changed it's name into 'wsea' with the latest release of WEBES.


Johan.

_JB_
Stuart Fuller
Occasional Visitor
Solution

Re: Uerf Deciphering

No, you should not start worrying. Each time you reboot your system, you'll see this event being logged. It is simply recording the machine's hardware configuration.

If you use Decevent, you'll get more information, but using SEA will decipher it even better.
Mark_399
Occasional Advisor

Re: Uerf Deciphering

Many thanks for your replies.