an HP 9000 hp-ux internals class anyone...

an HP 9000 hp-ux internals class anyone...

Post by Greg Sylva » Sat, 01 Sep 1990 01:13:23



        Hello hello,

        Does anyone know if HP offers an internals class for there hp-ux
operationg system.  They offer a class in programming with system calls, but
I was sort of hoping for a real internals class.  Specifically for there
9000 series 300 machines, if not the 800 series will due.

        If this class could be offered on the east coast that would be
great, and easier to talk my boss into it.  I know of at least 3-4 people
willing to take it, if it's offered somewhat locally.

        Thanks,
        greg

                                Greg Sylvain
                                Academic Computing Services
                                Systems Programmer

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an HP 9000 hp-ux internals class anyone...

Post by Greg Sylva » Sat, 01 Sep 1990 02:22:09


        Hello hello,

        Does anyone know if HP offers an internals class for there hp-ux
operationg system.  They offer a class in programming with system calls, but
I was sort of hoping for a real internals class.  Specifically for there
9000 series 300 machines, if not the 800 series will due.

        If this class could be offered on the east coast that would be
great, and easier to talk my boss into it.  I know of at least 3-4 people
willing to take it, if it's offered somewhat locally.

        Thanks,
        greg

                                Greg Sylvain
                                Academic Computing Services
                                Systems Programmer

        UUCP:                   ...!{uunet}!umbc5!greg



 
 
 

an HP 9000 hp-ux internals class anyone...

Post by Perry Sco » Thu, 06 Sep 1990 07:56:12


Quote:>    Does anyone know if HP offers an internals class for there hp-ux
>operationg system.  They offer a class in programming with system calls, but
>I was sort of hoping for a real internals class.  Specifically for there
>9000 series 300 machines, if not the 800 series will due.

>    If this class could be offered on the east coast that would be
>great, and easier to talk my boss into it.  I know of at least 3-4
>people willing to take it, if it's offered somewhat locally.

HP offers a driver writing class for customers.  I don't have the
details on it, but your local sales office might be able to help.

There are also various courses our own field personnel take on UNIX
internals - maybe they are available to customers, too.  Again, your
local sales office could help.

You could also try the Eastern Sales Region office at Rockville, MD.
(301) 670-4300

Perry Scott

 
 
 

an HP 9000 hp-ux internals class anyone...

Post by Joseph S. D. Y » Sat, 08 Sep 1990 15:59:39



Quote:>    Does anyone know if HP offers an internals class for there hp-ux
>operationg system.

HP does have an internals class for their HP-UX operating system.  I
took it in Atlanta.  It may be available someday in Rockville MD, or
even in Baltimore MD if you wish hard enough (and enough people wish
hard enough).  Call your local HP sales or support office.



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1. Problems with NFS mount from HP 9000, HP-UX 9.0

Hello there,

We are having some problems mounting disks from HP 9000 systems using NFS
under Linux. Note that this problem does not appear to be the result of the
root being a member of several groups on our Linux machines. They occured for
the first time after we upgraded our server from HP-UX 8.0 to HP-UX 9.0. We
have the following setup:

NFS-Server:
-----------

1) HP 9000/425 running HP-UX 9.0
2) Exports a local disk (/etc/exports):

    /disc/eriss/disc1   -access=...:wijnand:...

   The host "wijnand" is an alias for "wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl".
3) rpc.mountd is started at boot time from /etc/netnfsrc.

NFS-Clients:
------------
1) PC running Linux from slackware-1.1.1 distribution.
2) The same PC running DOS and using PC-NFS.

When requesting a mount on the client running Linux the rpc.mountd makes
the following entries in the log file:

94.01.07 16:02:14  eriss.su  pid=811    ./rpc.mountd
     rpc.mountd started.
94.01.07 16:04:39  eriss.su  pid=812    ./rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl, mounting /disc/eriss/disc1.
94.01.07 16:04:39  eriss.su  pid=812    ./rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl denied: Permission denied

Killing rpc.mountd on the server and restarting it does not solve the problem:

94.01.12 09:15:55  eriss.su  pid=27887  /usr/etc/rpc.mountd
     rpc.mountd started.
94.01.12 09:17:24  eriss.su  pid=27888  /usr/etc/rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl, mounting /disc/eriss/disc1.
94.01.12 09:17:25  eriss.su  pid=27888  /usr/etc/rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl denied: Permission denied

When the PC is rebooted to DOS and the same mount request is given using
PC-NFS, the following entries are logged:

94.01.12 09:19:02  eriss.su  pid=27888  /usr/etc/rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl, mounting /disc/eriss/disc1.
94.01.12 09:19:02  eriss.su  pid=27888  /usr/etc/rpc.mountd
     mount: mount request from wijnand.surf.phys.tue.nl denied: Permission denied

After some time the problem does not occur any more when using PC-NFS. As soon
as one tries to mount the disk from Linux again the problem occurs. However,
sometimes the disk can be mounted successfully, typically once every few days.

Does someone know the solution to this problem ?

Thanks in advance !

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