This Is How You Can Easily Fix The Sudo Powermt Display Initialization Error

 

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    In this guide, we will describe some possible causes that can cause the sudo powermt display initialization error, and then I will provide possible fixes that you can try to resolve the issue.

     

     

    sudo powermt display initialization error

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  • Q. I was working on an AIX host when I encountered “initialization errors”. when switching from “powermt display”. So this error occurs when running as sudo. But I felt like I was running root, hoping things would be different as superuser, but it’s not. Below are the slippages I’ve encountered.

      [secure email] > sudo powermt displayInitialization error. [Secure Email] > see below.Password: [secure email] > Power DisplayInitialization error.

    A. It worried me even more. The error was also saved as a superuser of type “root”. I am not very familiar with AIX per se, so I tried to use the reliable command that has always been helpful in regards to Solaris – truss. So, I hit the jackpot!

    This is the result of your current order.

      [protection  Email] > powermt truss displayexecve ("/ usr / sbin / powermt", 0x2FF22C94, 0x2000FB38) Argument: 2__loadx (0x03480000, 0x2FF22A70, 0x00000140, 0x10000000, 0x2000033D) = 0x00000000__loadx (0x0C000000, 0xF020AABC, 0x00000000, 0xF0317004, 0xF020A460) = 0x00000000thread_init (0x0000000000000000, 0x00000000D0117CCC) meanssbrk (0x00000000) = 0x20018404vmgetinfo (0x2FF22978, 7, 16) = 0sbrk (0x00000000) matches 0x20018404vmgetinfo (0x2FF22440, 7, 16) = 0sbrk (0x00000000) matches 0x20018404sbrk (0x0000000C) = 0x20018404__libc_sbrk (0x00000000) matches 0x20018410Getrpid (-1, -1, -265185236) is 253984_getpid () = 253984getprocs (0x20018ED8, 920, 0x00000000, 0, 0xF03173B0, 1) means 1appulimit (1005, 0) equals 0x20029000_thread_self () implies 610395thread_setmystate (0x00000000, 0x2FF225D0) = 0thread_setmystate (0x2FF222C0, 0x2FF225C8) is 0_sigaction (3.0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (4.0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (5, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) matches 0_sigaction (6, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (7, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (8, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) means 0_sigaction (10, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) equals 0_sigaction (11, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (12, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (36, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) = 0_sigaction (39, 0x2FF228F8, 0x2FF22908) equals 0open ("/ unix", O_RDONLY | O_LARGEFILE) = 3kioctl (3, 22528, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) Err # 25 ENOTTYkioctl (3, 22528, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) Err # 25 ENOTTYkread (3, "01F7  005 IFC aE6  0  0  0  0" .., 4096) equals 4096klseek (3, 0, 0, 0x00000001) equals 0klseek (3, 0, 13942134, 0x00000000) equals 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  0  0  0 1  0  0  0  004" ...., 4096) = 4096klseek (3, 0, 0, 0x00000001) = 0klseek (3, 0, zero, 0x00000001) = 0klseek (3, 8, 15041308, 0x00000000) = 0kread (3, "_ _ m u n h  0 _ _ m u l" .., 4096) = 4096klseek (3, 9, 0, 0x00000001) equals 0klseek (3, 0, 13942170, 0x00000000) matches 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  0  0  0 180  0  0  0  v" ...., 4096) 4096Klseek (3, = 0.8, 0x00000001) = 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 XF1B8  0  0028E" ...., 4096) = 0, 4096klseek (3, 8, 0x00000001) equals 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 XF5 H  0  0  tE6" .., 4096) = 4096klseek (3, 0, 8, 0x00000001) = 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 XF8D8  0  0028E" .., 4096) matches 4096klseek (3, 0, 8, 0x00000001) equals 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 XFC h  0  00F12" .., 4096) = 4096klseek (3, 0, 6, 0x00000001) = 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 XFFF8  0  0028E" .., 4096) implies 4096klseek (3, 0, 8, 0x00000001) equals 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 Y0388  0  0149F" .. 4096) so = 4096klseek (3, 0, main, 0x00000001) = 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 Y0718  0  0028E" .., 4096) matches 0, 4096klseek (3, 8, 0x00000001) implies 0kread (3, " 0  0  0  001 Y  nA8  0  0028E" .., 4096) = 4096klseek (3, 0, env. 8, 0x00000001) = " 0  0  0  001 0kread (3, Y0E 8  0  019AC ".., 4096) equals 4096klseek (3, 0, 8, 0x00000001) 0Kread (3, = " 0  0  0  001 Y11C8  0  01E

    As the above error shows, powermt considered looking for the “CuDv” report, which is an ODM object. So I tried the trick I mentioned earlier in the FAQ: Path Errors in AIX ODM Commands.

    sudo powermt display initialization error

      [email security] > cd / etc / objrepos [Secure EmailEmail] > Power DisplaySymmetrix Exam Devices = 138Number of CLARiiON LUNs = 0Hitachi reasonable number of devices = 0Logical number of Invista devices = 0HP Vista LUNs = 0Logical amount of resources = 0HP HSx LUNs = 0================================================== = = =============================----- Host Bus Adapter --------- ------ I / O Paths ----- ------ Statistics ------### A summary of the hardware I / O paths per second per second. Total Q-IO Errors================================================== = = =============================   0 fscsi0 optimal 138 0 - 0 0   unique fscsi2 amazing 138 8-7 0

    It felt like déja vu again. But now I know that in case of errors it helps to change directory to / etc / objrepos before running privileged commands.

     

     

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