loading 16 user Enterprise System

loading 16 user Enterprise System

Post by Jim Pazarena mai » Thu, 11 Jan 1996 04:00:00



I am trying to 're-load' my Enterprise system. I do not use networking
and therefore did not select it as an item I wanted, (as opposed to
Dos Services, On Line Documentation etc).

When I got to the release supplement, and a kernel re-link was
proceeding, I received the following error message:

/etc/conf/pack.d/nfs/space.c, line 44
  warning:undeclared initializer name NFSD_UNITS

line 44; constant expected
line 45; illegal initialization
line 46; illegal initialization
ERROR  space.c will not compile properly

the link then aborted, telling me to correct the problem and re-link.
I can't correct the problem because I don't know what it is..

I am loading an IDE drive, with an Adaptec SCSI controller hooked to a CD-ROM.
I have the BIOS disabled on the CD-ROM.

I have done this re-install a few times, and I have never had this problem.
Any suggestions?
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loading 16 user Enterprise System

Post by Geoff Crawfor » Sun, 14 Jan 1996 04:00:00



Quote:>I am trying to 're-load' my Enterprise system. I do not use networking
>and therefore did not select it as an item I wanted, (as opposed to
>Dos Services, On Line Documentation etc).

>When I got to the release supplement, and a kernel re-link was
>proceeding, I received the following error message:

>/etc/conf/pack.d/nfs/space.c, line 44
>  warning:undeclared initializer name NFSD_UNITS

>line 44; constant expected
>line 45; illegal initialization
>line 46; illegal initialization
>ERROR  space.c will not compile properly

>the link then aborted, telling me to correct the problem and re-link.
>I can't correct the problem because I don't know what it is..

While you said no to networking (meaning TCP/IP I assume), you seem to
have NFS installed in the kernel.  NFS depends on TCP/IP, so you either
have to take NFS out, or put TCP/IP back in.

HTH.

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1. system login user exceed 16 user

Hi,    

    I am a newman of SCO user, the problem is :
    (1). i install SCO UNIX SYSTEM V Operating System Rel 3.2 Version 4.2 on
         IBM PS/VP, the license user is 16 users,
         and other S/W, such as SCO software development System, Macro-Focus COBOL
         and also INFORMIX on-line engine  
    (2). after shipping to customer site, i find user no in customer site          
         exceed 16 , so i install SCO User License PAck 32 user and check using
         uname -X, they show USERS = 32-user
    (3). but the problem is , when no of user login thru Telnet exceed 14, the    
         console show "** login -c (Wed June 8 14:12:40 1996), PID 566"
                      "Attempt to exceed system login limit(16 users) on ttyp15
         and in user terminal, show "/etc/profile[26]: cannot fork: too many
         processes"

    Appreciate any reply, thanks !!

Jackie Chen

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