Topics: AIX, System Admin

Resolving IBM.DRM software errors

If you see several SRC_RSTRT errors in the error report regarding IBM.DRM or IBM.AuditRM, using identifiers CB4A951F or BA431EB7, and detecting module "srchevn.c", then you are probably having a system that has been cloned in the past from another system, and the RSCT software is using the keys of the original system.

The solution is this:

# /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/rmcctrl -z 
# /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/rmcctrl -d 
# /usr/sbin/rsct/install/bin/recfgct -s 
# /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/rmcctrl -A 
# /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/rmcctrl -p 
This will generate new keys, and will solve the errors in the error report. Just to make sure, reboot your system, and they should no longer show up in the error report after the reboot.

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