I can't "cat" over 2620 bytes file

I can't "cat" over 2620 bytes file

Post by Toshiyuki Morit » Sat, 10 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Hi every one.

I have problem in "cat" command.

In telnet terminal (vt100), cat command does not reply to over 2620
bytes text file.

But In dtterm of CDE, it reply correctry.

Do you have any solution about this probrem?

Or Please tell me the check point.

Best Regards.

OS Version 4.3.3

Toshiyuki Morita.

 
 
 

I can't "cat" over 2620 bytes file

Post by Andy » Sat, 10 Jun 2000 04:00:00



> Hi every one.

> I have problem in "cat" command.

> In telnet terminal (vt100), cat command does not reply to over 2620
> bytes text file.

> But In dtterm of CDE, it reply correctry.

> Do you have any solution about this probrem?

> Or Please tell me the check point.

> Best Regards.

> OS Version 4.3.3

> Toshiyuki Morita.

We've recently seen much the same ..

AIX 4.3.3 RML02.  cat file1 of 2631 bytes no problem, but if file2 has
2632 bytes then cat appears hangs.  Similarly a tail -1000 of the same
two files does much the same.

This happens on an SP - from a remote PC via the CWS across TR &
Ethernet.  However, try the same from the remote PC across the
switch or console session and all is ok.  It's also fine doing

          cat file2 >file3,         or
          awk '{print $0}' file2   or similar

I think it's something to do with the /etc/no setting extendednetstats -
at least, the nodes that exhibit this problem are those that have this
value set to 1.  All the others (which have extendednetstats=0) are ok.  
We haven't got much further so far (it's play time on Monday !),but is
the same true for you ?

Do note that merely typing

        /etc/no -o extendedstats=0

doesn't necessaraily cure the problem - a reboot at least may be
necessary
/etc/rc.net has an entry for this no value - is it commented out or not
on your RS/6000 ?

AndyS

 
 
 

I can't "cat" over 2620 bytes file

Post by Paul Bore » Sat, 01 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Hi,

I'm pretty sure your problem is that the cable is not handshaking
correctly.

Use a full null model cable.

2        ->        3
3        ->        2
4        ->        5
5        ->        4
6,8        ->        20
7        ->        7
20        ->        6,8

Hope this helps,

Paul


> Hi every one.

> I have problem in "cat" command.

> In telnet terminal (vt100), cat command does not reply to over 2620
> bytes text file.

> But In dtterm of CDE, it reply correctry.

> Do you have any solution about this probrem?

> Or Please tell me the check point.

> Best Regards.

> OS Version 4.3.3

> Toshiyuki Morita.

 
 
 

I can't "cat" over 2620 bytes file

Post by ri.. » Sat, 01 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> I have problem in "cat" command.

> In telnet terminal (vt100), cat command does not reply to over 2620
> bytes text file.

> But In dtterm of CDE, it reply correctry.
> Do you have any solution about this probrem?

> Or Please tell me the check point.

This is telnet problem - temp fix telnetd -a in /etc/inetd.conf, better
go to next level of bos.net.xxx

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