HP hangs with NCR-SCSI error messages on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

HP hangs with NCR-SCSI error messages on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

Post by Matt Relle » Tue, 09 May 2000 04:00:00



Jason Hong wrote:
> I have a very serious problem with HPs in my office and will appreciate if
> anyone can help my situaion.  Please mail your information to
> "dukeo...@yahoo.com".  I attached symptom, hardware, os, file system and
> /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log.

> Please reply to "dukeo...@yahoo.com".

> Thank you,
> J

> [[[Symptom]]] :  Suddenly, HP systems hangs two to several minutes and then
> start working.  This hang problem has been frustrated users and sys admins
> since it happens often and sometimes more than several times in one hour continuously.

> [[OS Level]] : HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

> [[Hardware]] : Looks like almost any HP Unix hardware.

>                 HP 9000 715/100
>                 HP 9000 B160
>                 HP 9000 B180
>                 HP 9000 C110
>                 HP 9000 C180
>                 HP 9000 B1000
>                 HP 9000 B2000
>                 HP 9000 C3000
>                 HP K class servers
>                 HP L class servers

> [[File system]] : Using default Logical Volume

> [[example of syslog from C3000]]

> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 syslogd: restart
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     CTEST2:      71    CTEST1:   00    CTEST0:   ff
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   1c:  TEMP:     edff1c58
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   20:  CTEST6:   c0    CTEST5:   27    CTEST4:   00    DFIFO:    00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   24:  DCMDDBC:  980dff00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   28:  DNAD:     f4002030
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   2c:  DSP:      f4002038
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   30:  DSPS:     0000000a
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   34:  SCRATCHA: ff0000a0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   38:  DCNTL:    a1    DWT:      00    DIEN:     7f    DMODE:    4c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   3c:  ADDER:    f4002042
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   40:  SIST1:    00    SIST0:    04    SIEN1:    87    SIEN0:    8f
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   44:  GPCNTL:   0f    MACNTL:   f0    SWIDE:    94    SLPAR:    00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   48:  RESPID1:  00    RESPID0:  80    STIME1:   00    STIME0:   0c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   4c:  STEST3:   80    STEST2:   00    STEST1:   0c    STEST0:   07
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   50:  RESV50:   80    RESV51:   e0    SIDL1:    cf    SIDL0:    07
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   54:  CCNTL1:   00    CCNTL0:   00    SODL1:    00    SODL0:    00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   58:  RESV58:   00    RESV59:   00    SBDL1:    00    SBDL0:    00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   5c:  SCRATCHB: 00000000
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   60:  SCRATCHC: 4d7dfbed
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   64:  SCRATCHD: 84cb5d0c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   68:  SCRATCHE: e055ad23
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   6c:  SCRATCHF: 1f07a1c0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   70:  SCRATCHG: a540b248
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   74:  SCRATCHH: 52edc371
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   78:  SCRATCHI: 8a11cd9a
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:   7c:  SCRATCHJ: bf7bb5ef
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:  PCI configuration register dump:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:              Command: 0157
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:        Latency Timer: ff
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:      Cache Line Size: 10
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 22710, bus: 2
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Reset detected -- lbolt: 22710, bus: 2
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt: 23710, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt: 23711, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt: 23712, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt: 23713, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt: 23714, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/0.7 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/0.7.0 sctl
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1 c720
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI 896 chip: Enabling DPR workaround in CCNTL0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.6 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.6.0 sdisk
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.7 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.7.0 sctl
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/1 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/4 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/6 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:  Variable size pages used to map 1000 graf pages at fb000000
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/6/2/0 graph3
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 32 processor
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 49 memory
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: btlan3: Initializing 10/100BASE-TX card at 10/0/12/0....
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     System Console is on the ITE
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Networking memory for fragment reassembly is restricted to 46505984 bytes
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x4 configured as ROOT
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x2 configured as SWAP
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x2 configured as DUMP
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Swap device table:  (start & size given in 512-byte blocks)
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:         entry 0 - major is 64, minor is 0x2; start = 0, size = 2097152
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Dump device table:  (start & size given in 1-Kbyte blocks)
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:         entry 0 - major is 31, minor is 0x36000; start = 613215, size = 524289
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Starting the STREAMS daemons.
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     B2352B HP-UX (B.10.20) #1: Sun Jun  9 08:03:38 PDT 1996
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Memory Information:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     physical page size = 4096 bytes, logical page size = 4096 bytes
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Physical: 524288 Kbytes, lockable: 385432 Kbytes, available: 445116 Kbytes
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 nettl[471]: nettl starting up.
> May  3 12:03:58 hpp011 syslog: ypbind: no entry in /var/yp/secureservers file
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: Reading configuration
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: ftp/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/ftpd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: telnet/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/telnetd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: tftp/udp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/tftpd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: login/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/rlogind
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: shell/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/remshd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: exec/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/rexecd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: lanmgrx.osB/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lib/lm/lmsess.osB
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: printer/tcp: Added service, server /usr/sbin/rlpdaemon
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: daytime/tcp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: daytime/udp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: time/tcp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: time/udp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: echo/tcp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: echo/udp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: discard/tcp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: discard/udp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: chargen/tcp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: chargen/udp: Added service, server internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: spc/tcp: Added service, server /usr/softbench/bin/softspcd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: recserv/tcp: Added service, server /usr/lbin/recserv
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: dtspc/tcp: Added service, server /usr/dt/bin/dtspcd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.cmsd/udp: Added service, server /usr/dt/bin/rpc.cmsd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.ttdbserver/tcp: Added service, server /usr/dt/bin/rpc.ttdbserver
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.rusersd/udp: Added service, server /usr/lib/netsvc/rusers/rpc.rusersd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.rstatd/udp: Added service, server /usr/lib/netsvc/rstat/rpc.rstatd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: Configuration complete
> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: xntpd version=3.5f; Tue Jul  1 16:35:35 PDT 1997 (1)
> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: tickadj = 625, tick = 10000, tvu_maxslew = 61875
> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: precision = 9 usec
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:     SCNTL2:      80    SCNTL1:   00    SCNTL0:   d8
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   04:  GPREG:    00    SDID:     01    SXFER:    00    SCID:     47
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   08:  SBCL:     00    SSID:     00    SOCL:     00    SFBR:     00
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   0c:  SSTAT2:   02    SSTAT1:   00    SSTAT0:   00    DSTAT:    80
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   10:  DSA:      cdffffff
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   14:  RESV14:   00    RESV15:   00    RESV16:   00    ISTAT:    22
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   18:  CTEST3:   41    CTEST2:   71    CTEST1:   00    CTEST0:   ff
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   1c:  TEMP:     edff1c58
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   20:  CTEST6:   c0    CTEST5:   27    CTEST4:   00    DFIFO:    00
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:   24:  DCMDDBC:

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HP hangs with NCR-SCSI error messages on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

Post by Lutz Jaenic » Tue, 09 May 2000 04:00:00



>I have a very serious problem with HPs in my office and will appreciate if
>anyone can help my situaion.  Please mail your information to

>/var/adm/syslog/syslog.log.


>Thank you,
>J

>[[[Symptom]]] :  Suddenly, HP systems hangs two to several minutes and then
>start working.  This hang problem has been frustrated users and sys admins
>since it happens often and sometimes more than several times in one hour continuously.

I have (had) trouble with these effects (even though with slightly different
error messages), too, on some 715/xx. The latest SCSI patches did not cure
my problems.
However, I had the problems regularly once per hour.
By now, I have switched off HPs diagnostic subsystem and the error is
gone, too. The machines also don't hang any longer.
The problems occured after updating to the Feb 99 Diagnostic Subsystem
(due to y2k upgrade recommendations). Since I also applied several
kernel patches at that time, I am not 100% sure.
The symptoms occured on a 715/50 and a 715/64 at the same time. They
are located at a distance of approx 150km in different states, so problems
like flakey power supply etc don't seem reasonable. And yes, I have reseated
all cables without success...

Please disable the diagnostic subsystem (and reboot to make sure it is
completely inactive) and see, whether the problem is still there...

Best regards,
        Lutz
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HP hangs with NCR-SCSI error messages on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

Post by Stefaan A Eecke » Tue, 09 May 2000 04:00:00




Quote:

> [[[Symptom]]] :  Suddenly, HP systems hangs two to several minutes and then
> start working.  This hang problem has been frustrated users and sys admins
> since it happens often and sometimes more than several times in one hour continuously.

Your system is resetting the SCSI bus. The usual reason for this
is bad termination. Did you recently add a SCSI drive, or are
you using LVD drives (these don't have termination on-board,
and need a terminated cable).

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HP hangs with NCR-SCSI error messages on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

Post by Raul Pataque » Tue, 09 May 2000 04:00:00


probably a problem on scsi controler or scsi cable on scsi controler which
have instance 2.

I see 3 disks involved : c2t6d0, c2t4d0 and c2t5d0 and it is impossible
(nearly) to have 3 faulty disk on a same machine, so i think you have a
problem on scsi controler or scsi cable. Check your scsi terminations (you
should have 2 one, but sometimes one is located directly on card)

Best regards

Jason Hong <h...@csulb.edu> a crit dans le message :
yavd7mxza1v....@set.acs.csulb.edu...

> I have a very serious problem with HPs in my office and will appreciate if
> anyone can help my situaion.  Please mail your information to
> "dukeo...@yahoo.com".  I attached symptom, hardware, os, file system and
> /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log.

> Please reply to "dukeo...@yahoo.com".

> Thank you,
> J

> [[[Symptom]]] :  Suddenly, HP systems hangs two to several minutes and
then
> start working.  This hang problem has been frustrated users and sys admins
> since it happens often and sometimes more than several times in one hour
continuously.

> [[OS Level]] : HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00

> [[Hardware]] : Looks like almost any HP Unix hardware.

> HP 9000 715/100
> HP 9000 B160
> HP 9000 B180
> HP 9000 C110
> HP 9000 C180
> HP 9000 B1000
> HP 9000 B2000
> HP 9000 C3000
> HP K class servers
> HP L class servers

> [[File system]] : Using default Logical Volume

> [[example of syslog from C3000]]

> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 syslogd: restart
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     CTEST2: 71    CTEST1: 00    CTEST0: ff
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 1c:  TEMP: edff1c58
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 20:  CTEST6: c0    CTEST5: 27    CTEST4: 00
DFIFO: 00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 24:  DCMDDBC: 980dff00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 28:  DNAD: f4002030
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 2c:  DSP: f4002038
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 30:  DSPS: 0000000a
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 34:  SCRATCHA: ff0000a0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 38:  DCNTL: a1    DWT: 00    DIEN: 7f
DMODE: 4c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 3c:  ADDER: f4002042
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 40:  SIST1: 00    SIST0: 04    SIEN1: 87
SIEN0: 8f
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 44:  GPCNTL: 0f    MACNTL: f0    SWIDE: 94
SLPAR: 00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 48:  RESPID1: 00    RESPID0: 80    STIME1:
00    STIME0: 0c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 4c:  STEST3: 80    STEST2: 00    STEST1: 0c
STEST0: 07
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 50:  RESV50: 80    RESV51: e0    SIDL1: cf
SIDL0: 07
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 54:  CCNTL1: 00    CCNTL0: 00    SODL1: 00
SODL0: 00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 58:  RESV58: 00    RESV59: 00    SBDL1: 00
SBDL0: 00
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 5c:  SCRATCHB: 00000000
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 60:  SCRATCHC: 4d7dfbed
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 64:  SCRATCHD: 84cb5d0c
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 68:  SCRATCHE: e055ad23
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 6c:  SCRATCHF: 1f07a1c0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 70:  SCRATCHG: a540b248
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 74:  SCRATCHH: 52edc371
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 78:  SCRATCHI: 8a11cd9a
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 7c:  SCRATCHJ: bf7bb5ef
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: PCI configuration register dump:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:             Command: 0157
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:       Latency Timer: ff
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Cache Line Size: 10
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Resetting SCSI -- lbolt: 22710, bus:
2
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Reset detected -- lbolt: 22710, bus:
2
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt:

23710, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt:

23711, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt:

23712, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt:

23713, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI: Unexpected Disconnect -- lbolt:

23714, dev: cb026000, io_id: 2000007

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> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/0.7 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/0.7.0 sctl
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1 c720
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: SCSI 896 chip: Enabling DPR workaround in
CCNTL0
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.6 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.6.0 sdisk
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.7 tgt
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/0/15/1.7.0 sctl
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/1 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/4 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/6 lba
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Variable size pages used to map 1000 graf
pages at fb000000
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10/6/2/0 graph3
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 32 processor
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: 49 memory
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: btlan3: Initializing 10/100BASE-TX card at
10/0/12/0....
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     System Console is on the ITE
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Networking memory for fragment reassembly

is restricted to 46505984 bytes
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x4 configured as ROOT
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x2 configured as SWAP
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Logical volume 64, 0x2 configured as DUMP
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Swap device table:  (start & size given
in 512-byte blocks)
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:         entry 0 - major is 64, minor is

0x2; start = 0, size = 2097152
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Dump device table:  (start & size given
in 1-Kbyte blocks)
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:         entry 0 - major is 31, minor is

0x36000; start = 613215, size = 524289
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Starting the STREAMS daemons.
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     B2352B HP-UX (B.10.20) #1: Sun Jun  9
08:03:38 PDT 1996
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix: Memory Information:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     physical page size = 4096 bytes,

logical page size = 4096 bytes
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:     Physical: 524288 Kbytes, lockable:

385432 Kbytes, available: 445116 Kbytes

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> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 vmunix:
> May  3 12:03:52 hpp011 nettl[471]: nettl starting up.
> May  3 12:03:58 hpp011 syslog: ypbind: no entry in /var/yp/secureservers
file
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: Reading configuration
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: ftp/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/ftpd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: telnet/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/telnetd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: tftp/udp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/tftpd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: login/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/rlogind
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: shell/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/remshd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: exec/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/rexecd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: lanmgrx.osB/tcp: Added service, server

/usr/lib/lm/lmsess.osB

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> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: printer/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/sbin/rlpdaemon
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: daytime/tcp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: daytime/udp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: time/tcp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: time/udp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: echo/tcp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: echo/udp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: discard/tcp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: discard/udp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: chargen/tcp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: chargen/udp: Added service, server
internal
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: spc/tcp: Added service, server

/usr/softbench/bin/softspcd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: recserv/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/lbin/recserv
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: dtspc/tcp: Added service, server
/usr/dt/bin/dtspcd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.cmsd/udp: Added service, server

/usr/dt/bin/rpc.cmsd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.ttdbserver/tcp: Added service,

server /usr/dt/bin/rpc.ttdbserver
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.rusersd/udp: Added service, server

/usr/lib/netsvc/rusers/rpc.rusersd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: rpc.rstatd/udp: Added service, server

/usr/lib/netsvc/rstat/rpc.rstatd
> May  3 12:04:28 hpp011 inetd[867]: Configuration complete
> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: xntpd version=3.5f; Tue Jul  1

16:35:35 PDT 1997 (1)

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> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: tickadj = 625, tick = 10000,
tvu_maxslew = 61875
> May  3 12:04:49 hpp011 xntpd[1157]: precision = 9 usec
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix:     SCNTL2: 80    SCNTL1: 00    SCNTL0: d8
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 04:  GPREG: 00    SDID: 01    SXFER: 00
SCID: 47
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 08:  SBCL: 00    SSID: 00    SOCL: 00
SFBR: 00
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 0c:  SSTAT2: 02    SSTAT1: 00    SSTAT0: 00
DSTAT: 80
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 10:  DSA: cdffffff
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 14:  RESV14: 00    RESV15: 00    RESV16: 00
ISTAT: 22
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 18:  CTEST3: 41    CTEST2: 71    CTEST1: 00
CTEST0: ff
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 1c:  TEMP: edff1c58
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 20:  CTEST6: c0    CTEST5: 27    CTEST4: 00
DFIFO: 00
> May  3 12:05:52 hpp011 vmunix: 24:  DCMDDBC:

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