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As chrism01 told you, and as you've been told several times before, you need to call Red Hat support, since you're using RHEL...you are PAYING for it, right???? Also, RHEL4 is pretty old at this point.
And what do you mean when you say you're getting "amber also"?? Amber WHAT, where, on which device? And there are several references to very similar messages in the Red Hat knowledgebase...you're paying for access to that, so try to look there as well. And you don't tell us what kind of machine this is, since some of the messages reference virtual servers.
we are not registred in RHN and that's i know ambor is coming with device issue only, but in this logs google also we are not getting any solution, that wot i posted here..
Ok, so the solution is simple: REGISTER WITH RED HAT
They will analyze kernel dumps, traces, etc., and tell you what the problem is. Also, since you're not registered, you also do NOT get updates/patches/bugfixes...which may very well have resolved the problem you're having a LONG time ago.