It has happened to me when I have changed IP-address of my NetView
station and I have forgetton to launch /usr/OV/service/reset_ci
I hope it will help.
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> Od: Daniel Casey [SMTP:jistdc1@FIREMAIL.JBHUNT.COM]
> Odesláno: Saturday, October 17, 1998 1:14 AM
> Komu: NV-L@UCSBVM.UCSB.EDU
> Předmět: system reboot...
> Our NetView system took a dive late Friday afternoon and I was
> wondering if anyone else has seen this.
> The system gets in a reboot-loop and it appears to point to
> NetView or something associated with NetView.
> I attached a console to the system and watched the processes start
> after one of it's reboots and right after I saw:
> nttl Startup completed
> Starting NetView for AIX daemons:
> It rebooted...I was able to go in and edit the rc.tcpip file and
> comment out the line:
> to prevent the NetView daemons from starting. After doing this,
> the system came up just fine. I then went in and enabled the dump
> device. Next I edited the /etc/rc.tcpip file again and changed it so
> that /etc/netnmrc would start after the next reboot (and hoping to
> get a dump).
> I rebooted the system, it came up for about 2 minutes, then back down.
> I was hoping I would get a dump, but no luck. sysdumpdev -z showed
> System is up and running now with /etc/netnmrc commented out (no
> and I do have a PMR opened with Tivoli, just waiting on a callback.
> Anyone seen this?
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