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ANR8213W Session open with <IP> timed out.

MCharland

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
In the actlog/commandconsole windows I see the following message (every 2 sec) .... ANR8213W Session open with 157.206.148.123 timed out.

This is an old client, physically removed from network. It does not exist in my DNS anymore (forward & reverse). In TSM , I see no schedule associated to the client.

I have run the following:
Solution http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21196757
create sqlt Nodes mynodes
create sqlt Schedule.Node.Addresses myaddr
select mynodes.c0 as "Node name",myaddr.c2 as "Contact address" from mynodes,myaddr where myaddr.c0=mynodes.c1
drop sqlt mynodes
drop sqlt myaddr

and it did report the rigth client "name" associated to the old IP. It is not associated with another client (listed only ounce).

Where else could I look to know why TSM trying to connect to this client? :confused:
 

MCharland

ADSM.ORG Member
#4
Aaron , looking at the client definition, the schedule list is empty. But doing "q sched node=lavsis01" revieled a "run now" schedule (@399). Doing the "delete sched" got rid of the "q sched" entry.

THanks for your enligthment :D
 

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