Rob,

I rebooted the HMC this morning, see if this helps.
I did find that I'm now behind on SP for 8820, but also 883 and 884 are available.

Any thoughts on HMC code update?

Paul

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Used to be that a reboot of the HMC on occasion was necessary. I traditionally do it the week before some planned outage. This helped to clear up memory.
But you may wish to check on that.


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From: "Steinmetz, Paul" <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'"
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Date: 12/09/2015 08:59 PM
Subject: HMC called home E332FFFF ; E35A0011 ; E355004C
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HMC called home several times the last few day, possibly while I was
DLPARing adapters and memory.
Anyone else experiencing these?
Do I need an HMC code update, not finding the link for code updates 8 or
greater.
7042 CR6 8820 SP0

E332FFFF -
Explanation
This error occurs when the HMC receives notification that a particular
Java code string is corrupted.
Problem determination
If you have the call home feature enabled, the failure information
(including the JavaCore) will be transmitted to service and support. The
support organization will examine the JavaCore file. Otherwise, you can
retry the task.

E35A0011
Explanation
Licensed Internal Code failure on the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
Problem determination
Call your next level of support.

E355004C

Explanation
Licensed Internal Code failure on the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
Response
A memory threshold has been exceeded for the Java Virtual Machine(JVM). It
is possible that memory for the JVM is becoming exhausted and will soon
run out. It is also possible that this is a spike in the memory usage of
the JVM and things could return to a normal operational state. In addition
to the log being taken, a dump of the JVM has been forced for this
condition as well.
Problem determination
Call your next level of support.


Thank You
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Paul Steinmetz
IBM i Systems Administrator

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