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EVM ALERT [600]: EVM daemon: High event activity - exceeds 500 in 10 minutes

EVM ALERT [600]: EVM daemon: High event activity - exceeds 500 in 10 minutes

============================ EVM Log event ===========================

EVM event name: sys.unix.evm.daemon.event_activity



This high priority event is posted by the Event Manager (EVM)

daemon when it detects a high number of events occurring over

several minutes.



Action: Use the event viewer or the evmget(1) command to review the

event log for the source of the activity. If the log does not show

high activity around the time at which this event was posted, it is

likely that the events were low priority, and hence were not

logged. You can monitor low-priority events by running the

evmwatch(1) command with an appropriate filter, or by temporarily

reconfiguring the EVM logger to log low-priority events.



Note: You can change the parameters which control the posting of

this event by modifying the daemon configuration file,

/etc/evmdaemon.conf.



======================================================================



Formatted Message:

EVM daemon: High event activity - exceeds 500 in 10 minutes



Event Data Items:

Event Name : sys.unix.evm.daemon.event_activity

Priority : 600

PID : 524513

PPID : 524289

Event Id : 2283

Member Id : 1

Timestamp : 26-Jan-2005 16:45:18

Host IP address : 10.86.15.61

Cluster IP address: 10.86.15.60

Host Name : au3h05

Cluster Name : tsterp

User Name : root

Format : EVM daemon: High event activity - exceeds $count in

$period minutes

Reference : cat:evmexp.cat:100



Variable Items:

count (INT32) = 500

period (INT32) = 10



======================================================================



I got this EVM mail from HP ES40(5.1B). What's going on? Should I call HP CE? (This sever has MA with HP)



Thanks



Eric
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EVM ALERT [600]: EVM daemon: High event activity - exceeds 500 in 10 minutes

Hi Eric,



As the log event states, the message indicates an excessive number of evm events. Use 'evmget|evmshow -d' to see if you can identify what events are being generated. If nothing shows up at the time of this message, the priority isn't high enough to be logged, so run 'evmwatch|evmshow -d' to actively wait for/watch evm events as they occur.



Please provide all of /var/adm/syslog.dated directory and binary.errlog for further analysis if it got some HW errors.



Best regards,

Richard.