[Fwd: Alert from ERA/O: 209.239.11.4]

Carl Litt carl at execulink.com
Thu May 20 16:29:46 CDT 2004


A few weeks ago my PE1750 started reporting a bad DIMM, which has since 
been replaced.  I ran the OpenManage memory diagnostics and the new RAM 
passed.  However every couple days I get these e-mail messages from the 
RAC.  Today I got 916 (!) of these:

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Alert from ERA/O: ###.###.###.###
Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 06:40:25 -0400
From: root@###.###.###.###
Reply-To: root@###.###.###.###
To: *@*

Message: ###.###.###.### paging
Event:   - Bank 1,  DIMM A
Date: 11-may-2004
Time: 19:50:41
Severity: Info/Normal
System ID: 014Ah
Model: PowerEdge 1750
BIOS version: A07
Asset tag:
Service tag: #######
OS Type: 32-bit Linux
Hostname: ###.###.###.###
OS Name: Linux 2.4.21-15.ELsmp
ESM Version: 1.80

Notice that the reporting date is from the date that the RAM was 
replaced.  The Event message does not indicate any further faults.

So why am I getting hammered with these messages?  How do I stop them??

Carl Litt
Network Administrator
Execulink Internet

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