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Hello,

Our NIC card went down temporoarly few days ago. I would like to see why it went down. What log file I need to chek?

Is there a command to check with errpt ?

Thanks in advance
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You can try

errpt -N entX   # short output

or

errpt -a -N entx   # long ouput

where entX is the device name of the NIC.
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