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SRC_RSTRT BA431EB7 5300-04-01

Posted on 2006-11-30
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Env: AIX 5300-04-01, LPAR
Desc: every 6 mins receive the errors below in the errpt
Action checked the recommendations already ont his site with the /etc/netsvc.conf, recycled the nfs daemons, rebooted
Next : Has anyone seen this error in for AIX5.3-ML4, There was something similiar for AIX 5.2 but could see anything for 5.3

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LABEL:          SRC_RSTRT
IDENTIFIER:     BA431EB7
 
Date/Time:       Thu Nov 30 16:27:48 CET 2006
Sequence Number: 97882
Machine Id:      00CB726C4C00
Node Id:        xxxxxx
Class:           S
Type:            PERM
Resource Name:   SRC            
 
Description
SOFTWARE PROGRAM ERROR
 
Probable Causes
APPLICATION PROGRAM
 
Failure Causes
SOFTWARE PROGRAM
 
        Recommended Actions
        VERIFY SUBSYSTEM RESTARTED AUTOMATICALLY
 
Detail Data
SYMPTOM CODE
         256
SOFTWARE ERROR CODE
       -9035
ERROR CODE
           0
DETECTING MODULE
'srchevn.c'@line:'217'
FAILING MODULE
rpc.statd

further pointers would be welcomed, or is this one for IBM?
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