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desven
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Log entries - what do they mean?

Hi.

I'm running ESXi 3.5 u2 on an IBM HS21 with attached storage expansion board.

I've configured a syslog server and I receive the following log entries again and again. I don't how to interpret them.

HOST FACILITY TIME PROGRAM MESSAGE

192.168.8.69 authpriv 10:55:17 Hostd Hostd: Deprecated pam_stack module called from service "vmware-authd"

192.168.8.69 user 10:52:55 sfcbd sfcbd: INTERNAL StorelibManager::createDefaultSelfCheckSettings - failed to get TopLevelSystem

192.168.8.69 user 10:52:55 LSIESG LSIESG: LSIESG:INTERNAL:: StorelibManager::createDefaultSelfCheckSettings - failed to get TopLevelSystem

192.168.8.69 local6 10:45:55 vmkernel vmkernel: 257:15:34:18.521 cpu0:189609)WARNING: UserSocketInet: 588: waiters list not empty!

192.168.8.69 authpriv 10:44:32 Hostd Hostd: Deprecated pam_stack module called from service "vmware-authd"

Is it anything to be worried about?

Thanks,

Sven

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