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netware server 6.5 crashed and we had to reboot.
how can i check logs to see why it crashed?
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Chances are, an abend.log (ABnormal END) file was created. See if you can find it and paste the contents here.

The following article explains where the abend.log is located so check SYS:\SYSTEM for it.
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