I have two Netware 6.5 sp8 servers running. When I run unattended full repair (in DSREPAIR) one of them reports no error, but the other constantly reports two errors that I can't identify an I'd like to fix.

Here's the DSREPAIR.LOG:
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/************************************************** **************************/
NetWare 1602.00 Directory Services Repair 20215.03, DS 20217.07
Log file for server ".INTRA_SERVER.CODIMAT" in tree "CODIMAT"

** Automated Repair Mode **
Repairing Local Database
Start: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:04 pm Local Time

** All disk amounts are approximations **
Disk space currently available: 128923 MB
->DSRepair may need to use: 87 MB
->Disk space remaining after operation: 128914 MB

Physical Check
Creating Temporary Files
Repair Trees - Scan Values
Repair Trees - Sorting Values
Repair Trees - Scan Entries
Repair Trees - Sorting Entries
Repair Trees - Check Values
Repair Trees - Check Entries
Total Objects in Database: 1531
Total Objects in Schema : 1248
Total External References: 1
Total Objects in Replicas: 267

Schema Check

Repairing objects in a replica
Start: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:18 pm Local Time
[1 of 1] Read Write : T=CODIMAT
Total objects in partition - T=CODIMAT : 267


NOTICE: Value is more than 60 days old, being deleted


NOTICE: Value is more than 60 days old, being deleted

Repairing objects - done(267)

Total Objects = 267, UNKNOWN class objects = 0, Total Values = 6554
Repairing single object:

Object ID: 00008043, [Pseudo Server]


Total Objects = 1, UNKNOWN class objects = 0, Total Values = 46
Creating Old Files
Temporary DIB set replacing NDS working DIB set.
Checking mail directories
Checking stream syntax files
Repair process completed, total errors found = 2

** Automated Repair Mode **
Repairing Server Network Addresses
Start: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:29 pm Local Time
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This operation searches IPX, SLP, and DNS tables, if

available, to validate network address attributes of

NCP_SERVERS, and the referrals on replica objects.

If the information on the DNS/DHCP tables or the /etc/hosts file is

incorrect, then we can neither guarantee proper validation of network

addresses, nor replica referral updates. This is particularly true

if the system uses unregistered DHCP addresses or the information

in the HOSTS file is incorrect or outdated

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Checking server: .DBASE_SERVER.CODIMAT
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = IPX, data[12] = 05D792490000000000010451
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = TCP, data[6] = 192.168.0.1:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = UDP, data[6] = 192.168.0.1:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = TCP, data[6] = 10.0.1.1:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = UDP, data[6] = 10.0.1.1:524
Checking server address in Replica ID: 1, .[Root].

Checking server: .INTRA_SERVER.CODIMAT
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = IPX, data[12] = 0EFDC6690000000000010451
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = TCP, data[6] = 192.168.0.5:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = UDP, data[6] = 192.168.0.5:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = TCP, data[6] = 10.0.1.5:524
Found a Network Address Property on the server object and through SLP:
Address Type = UDP, data[6] = 10.0.1.5:524
Checking server address in Replica ID: 2, .[Root].

** Automated Repair Mode **
Repairing replica ring
Start: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:48 pm Local Time

Replica Ring for replica: .[Root].
Remote server's local ID: 0000804D
Remote server's replica root ID: 0000801A
Remote server name is: .DBASE_SERVER.CODIMAT
OK - Authenticated to server
Remote server's local ID: 0000804B
Remote server's replica root ID: 00008049
Remote server name is: .INTRA_SERVER.CODIMAT
OK - Authenticated to server

** Automated Repair Mode **
Volume Object and Trustee Check
Start: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:48 pm Local Time

Volume: SYS, object ID: 0000809F, CN=INTRA_SERVER_SYS.O=CODIMAT.T=CODIMAT
Checking trustees on volume: SYS

Volume: INTRA_1, object ID: 000080A1, CN=INTRA_SERVER_INTRA_1.O=CODIMAT.T=CODIMAT
Checking trustees on volume: INTRA_1

Volumes checked: 2

** Automated Repair Mode **
Finish: Saturday, January 8, 2011 7:12:48 pm Local Time
Total repair time: 0:00:43

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Is there an error with the so called PSEUDO SERVER?

Of course, I'll be grateful If someone can tell me how to fix those errors

Gabriel.