Hope yer all ok, have a good one here!!
Err I know that the group is exhausted with questions about "slow
login" aaarrrrrgghhh, but I think this one maybe a bit different.
One of our customers has a Dell Poweredge 2400 with a Mirrored Raid
The system has Specialix RIO(suck through teeth) units connected to it
which also work fine. He
is using PC's and dumb screens running ANSI to connect to the system.
He has installed 5.0.6 from fresh as this is a brand new bit of kit.
He has a login problem, the login prompt comes up fine, can enter
and password but then the system takes 20-30 seconds to actually login.
Once logged in the system performance is fine and they have no issues.
This doesn't happen directly after a reboot, it seems to happen after 3
or so. He says that he has found in the SCO help actually contained
SCO 5.0.6 itself suggested making some changes as root and he says that
fixes it but couldn't tell me where to find it and I can't see it
anywhere. This only fixes it for three days or so......
The system log reports " telnetd: can not find terminal control
database entry for
line ttyp(lineno) " and this is the error he said that he used to find
reference within the SCO 5.0.6 help.
There is no DNS on this system and the resolv.conf and named.conf have
moved to ensure this has not been setup accidentally.
He seems to think that it maybe because he has upgraded the number of
but didn't run a test on the system before adding the new licence key
did the fresh install and then added the new licence to reach over 256
He says that the kernel added 576 pseudo tty devices when he added the
Good one eh???? Oh by the way this also happens on the console!
Any advice would be greatly appreciated,
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