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     RE: Error running hostmon

Solaris 2.6.  As for the NFS mounted partition, no.

-----Original Message-----
From:	Russell Van Tassell [SMTP:russell@cscorp.com]
Sent:	Thursday, October 22, 1998 4:24 PM
To:	Marc A. Sonnenberg
Cc:	'nocol-users@navya.com'
Subject:	Re: Error running hostmon

On Thu, 22 Oct 1998, Marc A. Sonnenberg wrote:

> Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 15:12:15 -0500
> From: Marc A. Sonnenberg <marcs@vbe.com>
> To: "'nocol-users@navya.com'" <nocol-users@navya.com>
> Subject: Error running hostmon
> I can't seem to figure out where this error is coming from.  It's got to be a logging issue but I can't get the right combination.
> When I start noclogd, I get the following message, which looks ok:
> noclogd (info): LOGHOST is defined to be 'machine.domain.com'
> Make sure logging daemon runs on this host
> After the polling time passes, this message comes up:
>  (libdebug) eventlog syswrite error: 
> I'm running hostmon in debug mode to catch it (-d).  Hostmon is the only module running (besides noclogd) so it's got to be the one.
> Any ideas?

I (and one or two others maybe) reported that same thing before,
actually... I think Vikas is working on it.  Any chance you're on
Solaris 2.5.1 and have an NFS-mounted partition with "lots" of space
available erroneously being logged as "Critical," too?


Russell M. Van Tassell                          Commercial Systems Corp.
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