I am running Solaris 2.6, latest patches, across about 80 systems and
experiencing the occasional system panic... usually explainable, but
The problem is that the crash dumps are not being written to
/var/adm/messages... but they are being written to the console.
eg: The following appeared on the console during a recent system failure,
but not in the messages file:
panic[cpu0]/thread=0x30023e80: CPU0 Multiple Privileged UE Error:
AFSR 0x00000001 80300000 AFAR 0x00000000 09a00030 SIMM U09
syncing file systems... 4 done
6091 static and sysmap kernel pages
30 dynamic kernel data pages
254 kernel-pageable pages
0 segkmap kernel pages
0 segvn kernel pages
0 current user process pages
6375 total pages (6375 chunks)
excerpt from my syslog.conf:
Which syslog faciltiy/level does a cpu panic fall into ?
If I change the syslog.conf ( and HUP the sysogd) how can I simulate a panic
... and test the resultant logging ?
Thanks for any advice.