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ktl Absent Member.
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Clearing Connections From File?

Hi,

I'am using NetWare 6.5-Sp8 and looking for a command or tool that clears all connections from a specific file or directory. It's because I have to update
template files periodically and I would like to schedule this over night.
Is there something available for NetWare like "ncpcon files close" for OES-Linux?

Thank You for any ideas.
KlausT
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ataubman Absent Member.
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Re: Clearing Connections From File?

The closest would be CLEAR STATION ALL, but that cuts all connections, not just file handles.

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ktl Absent Member.
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Re: Clearing Connections From File?

thanks Andrew,

yes clearing all connections could be a problem.....


Best Regards
KlausT
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ataubman Absent Member.
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Re: Clearing Connections From File?

You can dismount the volumes, assuming they are non-SYS. There's a y/n question that comes up, so you'd need to feed a "y" character to the screen, maybe stuffkey.nlm is a possibility there.

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Re: Clearing Connections From File?

On Tue, 14 Jul 2009 14:06:03 +0000, ktl wrote:

> I'am using NetWare 6.5-Sp8 and looking for a command or tool that clears
> all connections from a specific file or directory.


JRB Utilities (http://www.jrbsoftware.com) I believe has a tool for this.


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ktl Absent Member.
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Re: Clearing Connections From File?

thanks David, I will take a look to this.

Best Regards
KlausT
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