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I have configured HP-UX Service Guard cluster and it dumps crash every time i reboot a cluster node. Can anyone please help me to prevent these unnecessary crash dumps at the time of rebooting SG cluster node?
Thanks in advance.
Vaishey (2 Replies)
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I need a little help here. I have been studying crash dump and per what I am reading, you can dedicate a slice to use as a dump device. Now when you dedicate this slice, do you have to :
1) create a mount point?
2) add entry in /etc/vfstab?
3) is this slice wu or wm?
4) should... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: cjashu
I will be glad if anyone can help me with this:
How do you copy a crash dump file to send to your support provider?
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I'm running Solaris 10 with a zone called "testzone"
If I do a "reboot -d" on the host, as expected the kernet panics, reboots and creates a crash dump file in /var/crash
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My sparc solaris 8 server crashed/rebooted yesterday and I have the vmcore files. I have some initial output from SCAT and ACT. I have not included all but any info would be helpful. I can supply more output if necessary.
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Discussion started by: csgonan
i have machine that is crashed
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Discussion started by: lid-j-one
Is it true that you can't have the crash dump server/client on the same server?
I know I've installed Nagios open source before, I though it's only for that kind of thing. I never though that Red hat ent 4 would be like client/server on the crash dump.
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Discussion started by: itik
Can anyone of you help me in enabling crash dump on Solaris 5.5.1 (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: csreenivas
i know that when there is a crash then that memory image is
put into /var/adm/crash
but if the system hangs up and if i have access to console of
that machine then how can i take the crash dump manully.
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Discussion started by: mxms755
cr_read(3) Library Functions Manual cr_read(3)
cr_read - read from crash dump
The function attempts to read the memory area defined by mem_page and num_pages into the buffer pointed to by buf from the crash dump
opened using crash_cb.
The starts at the position in the crash dump associated with the physical memory offset given by mem_page. If the physical memory page
mem_page does not exist in the crash dump, sets *num_pages to 0 and returns 0.
No data transfer will occur past a page of memory that does not exist in the crash dump. If the starting position, mem_page, plus the read
length, *num_pages, goes past an area of memory that does not exist in the crash dump, sets *num_pages to the number of consecutive pages
(starting at mem_page) actually read.
Returns zero for success. Other possible return values are described in libcrash(5).
Assuming a process opened a crash dump, the following call to cr_read(3) reads the first pages from the crash dump into the buffer pointed
to by mybuf:
may return fewer pages than requested due to implementation details. Always check the number of pages returned. If they are fewer than
requested, issue a new request starting at the first page not returned. Only if that new request reads zero pages (or returns an error)
can you be sure that the page was not dumped.
was developed by HP.