Every 14 minutes 22 seconds (plus or minus a second), I get a message
in /var/adm/messages indicating the following:
tsm: 3004-035 TSM: write to /dev/tty0 failed.
tty0 is defined as the console. If I change the console to tty1, I
get the same results. I have disabled cron, and there are no "at"
jobs. I pretty much turned everything off on the system one day, and
still this message. When this message gets written, the console
screen (noone logged in there) is refreshed, and a lower case p is
inserted at the login prompt (i.e. Login: p). I can login from
the console with no problems. This is just annoying.
How can I track down what process is trying to write to the console?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.