Error Agent AS400 & AIX C_SNDSTS+ - read() failed

edited October 2016 in AS/400
Hello, after updating the server version of 4.91-1 to 4.92 is showing the following error in the client agent for as400 and AIX:

    IF: C_SNDSTS  - connection Established()                                  

    WR: C_SNDSTS+ - read() server close().                                    

    IF: C_SNDSTS - re-connect().                                              

    IF: C_SNDSTS  - connection Established()                                  

    ER: C_SNDSTS+ - read() failed.                                            

    IF: C_SNDSTS - re-connect().                                               

    IF: C_SNDSTS  - connection Established()                                  

    ER: C_SNDSTS+ - read() failed.                                            

    IF: C_SNDSTS - re-connect().                                              

    IF: C_SNDSTS  - connection Established()                                  

    ER: C_SNDSTS+ - read() failed.                                            

    IF: C_SNDSTS - re-connect().                                              

    IF: C_SNDSTS  - connection Established()                                  

    ER: C_SNDSTS+ - read() failed.                     


Best regards



Comments

  • - what is your IBM i agent version 1.0.2 or 1.0.4?
    - Is that happen for all OS agents?
    - on the server side, is anything related to that lpar in logs/error.log-daemon, post "tail -50 logs/error.log-daemon" if you are not sure

    Thanks.


  • - agent client version is 1.0.2 for as400 and 4.90-0 for agent client AIX.
    - this error happen for all Lpars.


  • ok, pls send us logs/error.log-daemon file from lpar2rrd server
    https://upload.lpar2rrd.com
  • edited October 2016
    The problem was on the server side in RRDCached daemon which is used since 4.92 if it is installed in the OS. Communication with it failed.

    Below procedure disables it what resolved the issue.
    su - lpar2rrd
    cd /home/lpar2rrd/lpar2rrd
    echo "LPAR2RRD_CACHE_NO=1" >> etc/.magic
    echo "export LPAR2RRD_CACHE_NO >> etc/.magic
    ./load.sh daemon_stop
    ./load.sh daemon

    You should see actual start time of that process:
    ps -ef| grep lpar2rrd-daemon


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