Help, I have a /etc/system file that I have taken from a backup right before
the boot disk crashed, I had to replace the OS and now when I use the "full"
version of the system file it goes into a panic and reboots.
The first part was for the rm6 software, and it boots fine with that. I
think I have all the other software install that need to be ...
This is what is in the file that makes it crash...
* Begin MDD database info (do not edit)
set md:mddb_bootlist1="ssd:3:16 ssd:3:1050 ssd:3:2084 ssd:3:3118 ssd:3:4152"
set md:mddb_bootlist2="ssd:11:16 ssd:11:1050 ssd:11:2084 ssd:11:3118"
* End MDD database info (do not edit)
* The following line is for ntp...do not remove
I have ntp running and configured.
I do believe that the settings have to do with memory for the sysbase
Thanks for all your help