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Broken edir in Linux OES

Test network -- Rookie linux user 3 Servers Linux 9 SP1 OES, NW 65, NW5.1
SP8.

The intial install of Linux OES went off like a charm. Time in sync, server
in tree, etc. Tomorrow we start a training class and I wanted to remove the
linux server from the tree so I could reinstall it again tomorrow. I opened
Yast and went to Network Services -- edirectory and started the reconfig
thinking that would remove the edir from the tree. When I got to the new
tree/existing tree screen I aborted the installation. I opened a terminal
window and typed in the ndsconfig rm -a command and password. The message
was cannot start ndsd -- start manually. How do you start manually. When
you do start manually, is there any guarantee that the command line script
will work with the damaged nds? Is there anyway to salvage my nds or must I
start the test network again? Thanks Nancy


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Re: Broken edir in Linux OES

> window and typed in the ndsconfig rm -a command and password. The message
> was cannot start ndsd -- start manually. How do you start manually. When
> you do start manually, is there any guarantee that the command line script
> will work with the damaged nds? Is there anyway to salvage my nds or must
> I
> start the test network again?


Did you install the server into your production tree ? Can that linux server
still talk to the other servers ?
You can start the nds daemon with '/etc/init.d/ndsd start'

If you installed it into your production tree make sure that the servers can
communicate with eachother before crippling your tree by removing it.

Cheers,
Edward


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Re: Broken edir in Linux OES

> Test network -- Rookie linux user 3 Servers Linux 9 SP1 OES, NW 65, NW5.1
> SP8.


Sorry, just read your post correctly 🙂 It is a testnetwork.

Cheers,
Edward


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