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Rijo_Francis
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Pinned topic nmon2web error "day too big"

‏2013-07-09T10:21:02Z |

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Updated on 2013-07-09T10:36:15Z at 2013-07-09T10:36:15Z by Rijo_Francis
  • BruceSpencer
    BruceSpencer
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    Re: nmon2web error "day too big"

    ‏2013-07-19T01:45:40Z  

    The problem appears to be with the date.  It's trying to convert the date to a date_number.  However, the year it sees is 2113.

    Post the CSV file and I'll take a look at it.

  • aixemc
    aixemc
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    Re: nmon2web error "day too big"

    ‏2013-08-05T13:54:39Z  

    I have this same issue.  It suddenly started a few weeks ago on three LPARs.  The other 75 are fine.  I have tried deleting all of the data for the three LPARs, killing the nmon data collector on the LPARs, etc., but it keeps coming up with the same error when those LPARs generate a new file.

     

    I have uploaded one of the files for the experts to take a look at.

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  • aixemc
    aixemc
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    Re: nmon2web error "day too big"

    ‏2013-08-05T20:41:13Z  
    • aixemc
    • ‏2013-08-05T13:54:39Z

    I have this same issue.  It suddenly started a few weeks ago on three LPARs.  The other 75 are fine.  I have tried deleting all of the data for the three LPARs, killing the nmon data collector on the LPARs, etc., but it keeps coming up with the same error when those LPARs generate a new file.

     

    I have uploaded one of the files for the experts to take a look at.

    I finally figured it out.  I had "downgraded" those three LPARs to AIX 5.3 for testing.  AIX 5.3 requires a different version of nmon to function properly.  Once I "downgraded" nmon, it worked with no problems.  Maybe this will help someone else.