The following types of messages can be generated:
Problems accessing the libpool configuration, or some other fundamental, unanticipated failure of the libpool facility. Causes the daemon to exit and requires immediate administrative attention.
Problems due to unanticipated failures. Causes the daemon to exit and requires immediate administrative attention.
Problems with the user-specified parameters that control operation, such as unresolvable, conflicting utilization objectives for a resource set. Requires administrative intervention to correct the objectives. poold attempts to take remedial action by ignoring conflicting objectives, but some errors will cause the daemon to exit.
Warnings related to the setting of configuration parameters that, while technically correct, might not be suitable for the given execution environment. An example is marking all CPU resources as pinned, which means that poold cannot move CPU resources between processor sets.
Messages containing the detailed information that is needed when debugging configuration processing. This information is not generally used by administrators.