SCO Unixware 2.1

SCO Unixware 2.1

Post by Tark » Fri, 16 Jan 1998 04:00:00



I am not particulary familiar with UNIX in general, as I am mostly
accustomed to Netware.  Our communications department at MUSC just
received a new system setup on SCO Unixware 2.1, running on a Compaq
Proliant, which runs our paging system.

Anyhow, I decided to subscribe to this news group to see what
knowledge I can glean from you all.  Just wanted to introduce myself,
and say that you will probably be seeing more of my name from time to
time.

Thanks,
---
Jim Dirkes - Systems Engineer
Medical University of SC
Center for Computing & Info Tech

 
 
 

SCO Unixware 2.1

Post by Jean-Pierre Radle » Fri, 16 Jan 1998 04:00:00


Tarkus telecommunicated (on 15Jan):
| I am not particulary familiar with UNIX in general, as I am mostly
| accustomed to Netware.  Our communications department at MUSC just
| received a new system setup on SCO Unixware 2.1, running on a Compaq
| Proliant, which runs our paging system.
|
| Anyhow, I decided to subscribe to this news group to see what
| knowledge I can glean from you all.  Just wanted to introduce myself,
| and say that you will probably be seeing more of my name from time to
| time.

Welcome!
While this is a very active and useful newsgroup, you should
also follow comp.unix.unixware.misc.

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SCO Unixware 2.1

Post by Jim Turne » Fri, 16 Jan 1998 04:00:00


Yes.  I have just subscribed as well and find some interesting situations as
well.  If I can be of help to anyone, please let me know.

Thanks
Jim Turner

SCO ACE


>Tarkus telecommunicated (on 15Jan):
>| I am not particulary familiar with UNIX in general, as I am mostly
>| accustomed to Netware.  Our communications department at MUSC just
>| received a new system setup on SCO Unixware 2.1, running on a Compaq
>| Proliant, which runs our paging system.
>|
>| Anyhow, I decided to subscribe to this news group to see what
>| knowledge I can glean from you all.  Just wanted to introduce myself,
>| and say that you will probably be seeing more of my name from time to
>| time.

>Welcome!
>While this is a very active and useful newsgroup, you should
>also follow comp.unix.unixware.misc.

>--


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1. Problems Update Unixware 2.01 to SCO UnixWare 2.1

In english:  
   I have a machine ICL Team Server H532i BiProcessor whith 64Mb of RAM,
a Adaptec 7880 enbebed in Main Board(2940), a disk SCSI of 2GB and a
ZNYX PCI Ethernet Adapter ZX342 10/100Mb. It was working in UnixWare
2.01 perfectly and I updated to SCO UnixWare 2.1. The problems began
here.
   1.- The TCP/IP begin to functionament after 10 to 20 minutes of start
the machine. The ping work perfetly but rlogin, ftp..., not.
   2.- If I exec a cpio or tar to the tape, the system return the error:
        WARNING: sector 0000 not found in ID 0
but the disk work perfectment.
   3.- Only regconize 32Mb of ram and I add in the /stand/boot the next
instruction: MEMRANGE=0-640K:256,1M-16M:512,16M-64M:8704. The computer
hangs up into 1 of 4 times.
   Thanks.
   Maximino Rosales Galvn.

   P.D.: Sorry by ny english.

   En espa?ol:
        Tengo un cliente reciente, que queria actualizarse de la versin
de UnixWare 2.01 a la de SCO UnixWare 2.1 por compatibilidad con la base
de datos que est utilizando (Progress 8.3). Segun l, la maquina estaba
funcionando perfectamente antes de que yo le actualizarse. La maquina es
un ICL Team Server H532i BiProcesador con 64Mb de RAM, una Adaptec 7880
enbebida en placa banse(o sea, una 2940), un disco SCSI de 2GB y una
tarjeta de red ZNYX PCI Ethernet Adapter ZX342 10/100Mb.
        El caso es que desde que actualiz tengo tres problemas:
   1.- Cuando por la ma?ana arracanco la maquina, a pesar de que todo,
aparentemente, est bien, el TCP/IP no funciona hasta pasados entre 5 y
20 minutos y eso si se le insiste haciendo rlogins o ftps. El ping
funciona correctamente.
   2.- Si hago una copia a cinta con el comando cpio o tar, me devuelve
el siguiente error: WARNING: sector 0000 not found in ID 0. Pero el
disco (ID 0) funciona correctamente y la copia se efectua bien.
   3.- El mas preocupante. El ordenador solo reconoce 32 de los 64Mb de
RAM que tiene. Yo introduje la instruccin:
MEMRANGE=0-640K:256,1M-16M:512,16M-64M:8704. Y ya me reconoce toda la
memoria, pero el ordenador "se cuelga" entre 1 y cuatro veces al dia.
?Alquien sabe de donde sale ":8704" o ":16896"?
        Gracias anticipadas.
        Maximino Rosales Galvn

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