Why errpt is empty after reboot LPAR?

Posted on 2012-08-23
Last Modified: 2012-08-23
Hi wmp,

This is happening on one LPAR  here and don't know why? Any idea?

Question by:sminfo
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    Accepted Solution


    The contents of the error log are in no way affected by a reboot.

    Could it be that there is an "errclear 0" command somewhere in inittab or in a script started from inittab? Or maybe a script called by the errnotify facility at reboot?


    Author Closing Comment

    ok.. thanks wmp..
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    Expert Comment

    Oh ...

    what was the cause then?

    Author Comment

    really don't know, I'm finding any script with errclear on the LPAR. To tell the true it's the only LPAR which clear the errpt, should be some script as you said ;)

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