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Subject: [nv-l] Re: NON_WELL_BEHAVED
From: "James Shanks" <jshanks@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 12:45:03 -0500

Relax.  There is nothing wrong with these daemons or your system.  You are making an unwarranted assumption.
The condition  OVs_NON_WELL_BEHAVED is not an error, but one which describes how the daemon is coded and how it should interact with ovspmd, the daemon which starts and stops all the others and responds to the ovstart/ovstop/ovstatus commands.

If you will note the LRF files in /usr/OV/lrf, you will see that each daemon's behavior is coded there.  When a daemon is registered with the ovaddobj command, the contents of this file are used to build the /usr/OV/conf/ovsuf file which ovspmd reads in order to start and stop the daemons.  For a complete explanation of what  OVs_NON_WELL_BEHAVED and  OVs_WELL_BEHAVED means,  use the man page for the lrf files.  Just type "man lrf".   This information is also found in the on-line books, in the Administrator's Reference, under "lrf(4)".

James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group

Abadir Hany-O10544 <hany.abadir@motorola.com>

01/23/2002 10:13 AM

        To:        James Shanks/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
        Subject:        NON_WELL_BEHAVED


We Run NetView 6.0 on AIX box.
when I run the ovstatus command I get the following 2 NON_WELL_BEHAVED  daemons:

object manager name: trapgend


state: RUNNING

PID: 18652

exit status: -

object manager name: mgragentd


state: RUNNING

PID: 32044

exit status: -

but everything is working fine
any clue???

Hany Abadir

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