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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I had a sparc 20 watchdog every night for a month on a particular SAS job...finally replaced both CPUs and that did the trick. Next time ask them for a t-patch for the kernel to trap the exceptions or just have them replace the CPUs up front as it's a waste of time hunting down this sort of problem that, while rare, isn't so rare as to wish the waste of time hunting it down. Also, you could, if you had multiple CPUs either bind the installer to a CPU or, using psradm, pull them offline one at a time to see if you could get one to barf...of the 3 times I've had this happen though, watching them while stressing them doesn't work :) Like watching a pot...