Does anyone know how to use a database within a NLM, any ideas
the only way seems to be a very simple database using the DFS,
as ref in the Novel SDK .
You'll have to be a lot more specific than that if you want a decent/usefulQuote:>Hi anyone
>Does anyone know how to use a database within a NLM, any ideas
NLMs are just alike any other program; you can use the file system howeverQuote:>the only way seems to be a very simple database using the DFS,
>as ref in the Novel SDK .
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Systems Programmer Northern Illinois University
Here's the challenge: The database engine running on our 4.11 servers HAS
to be unloaded before the server is downed.
SFT3 runs on a "virtual" engine that spans two physical servers named IO1
and IO2. Downing either physical server causes the engine to fail over to
the remaining physical server and to mark the mirrored volumes on that
server as "valid." Then when the "valid" IO engine runs out of battery
power it goes down hard.
With a UPS running both physical servers, only one can be connected to the
serial cable that provides UPS monitoring. Even if both were connected,
simply downing the IO engines would crash the database anyway.
What I need is a UPS NLM that allows a user-provided shutdown script to be
run in the event of a power outage. Anybody know of such a product? None
of the OEM bundled utilities works and the Novell-supplied UPS.NLM is also
very basic - allows settings for UPS staying power and that's about all.