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High disk usage

Hi

On occassion our NetWare 6.5 sp2 servers will experience a high disk
load. Perc 4 cards with 320 drives. We will see the current disk
requests go to 500 and then under 100 but never 0 and keep bouncing.
Users will call and complain about reponses. We typically just reboot to
clear the error.
However yesterday we disconnected all connections except two, that would
not disconnect. A not logged in and a blank one that had a connection
time as long as the server had been up so I assume it was a server
thread. The disk was still getting pounded. So it seems a server process
was hogging the disk. Server threads were the most busy threads under
Kernel.
Is there a patch for this issue? Any way to track down what server
process is doing this and why? Have seen this on a few of our NetWare
6.5 sp2 servers but I don't think on any of the Netware 5.1's.
Would n65nss2b help?

Thanks

Will
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Re: High disk usage

had another issue on a different server. I ran a purge on the sys vol
and that seemed to do it. Its been so long since I have had a purge
issue that I did not think about it.
I am setting the sys vol to purge immediate and see if the issue ever
comes back.

will k wrote:
> Hi
>
> On occassion our NetWare 6.5 sp2 servers will experience a high disk
> load. Perc 4 cards with 320 drives. We will see the current disk
> requests go to 500 and then under 100 but never 0 and keep bouncing.
> Users will call and complain about reponses. We typically just reboot to
> clear the error.
> However yesterday we disconnected all connections except two, that would
> not disconnect. A not logged in and a blank one that had a connection
> time as long as the server had been up so I assume it was a server
> thread. The disk was still getting pounded. So it seems a server process
> was hogging the disk. Server threads were the most busy threads under
> Kernel.
> Is there a patch for this issue? Any way to track down what server
> process is doing this and why? Have seen this on a few of our NetWare
> 6.5 sp2 servers but I don't think on any of the Netware 5.1's.
> Would n65nss2b help?
>
> Thanks
>
> Will

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Re: High disk usage

then again maybe not.
A user was copying a 2 gb file. Its a perc4 raid with 320 drives. The
current disk requests went up to 1002. Is that high for 320 drives?

Thanks


will k wrote:
> had another issue on a different server. I ran a purge on the sys vol
> and that seemed to do it. Its been so long since I have had a purge
> issue that I did not think about it.
> I am setting the sys vol to purge immediate and see if the issue ever
> comes back.
>
> will k wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> On occassion our NetWare 6.5 sp2 servers will experience a high disk
>> load. Perc 4 cards with 320 drives. We will see the current disk
>> requests go to 500 and then under 100 but never 0 and keep bouncing.
>> Users will call and complain about reponses. We typically just reboot
>> to clear the error.
>> However yesterday we disconnected all connections except two, that
>> would not disconnect. A not logged in and a blank one that had a
>> connection time as long as the server had been up so I assume it was a
>> server thread. The disk was still getting pounded. So it seems a
>> server process was hogging the disk. Server threads were the most busy
>> threads under Kernel.
>> Is there a patch for this issue? Any way to track down what server
>> process is doing this and why? Have seen this on a few of our NetWare
>> 6.5 sp2 servers but I don't think on any of the Netware 5.1's.
>> Would n65nss2b help?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Will

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Re: High disk usage

Set client file caching enabled =off
Set level 2 oplocks enabled = off

and reboot. You should also plan going to nw65sp3, nw65os3a and n65nss3a
ASAP.
--
Andrew C Taubman
Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
http://support.novell.com/forums
(Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail)

Opinions expressed above are not
necessarily those of Novell Inc.
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Re: High disk usage

I have seen a lot of issues with nw65sp3 which makes me a little
nervous. I assume that you feel the post patches address those issues or
you would not recommend it.

Can I do this on one server and test or do I have to do all at once. Are
there fixes in here for the issue I describe?

Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> Set client file caching enabled =off
> Set level 2 oplocks enabled = off
>
> and reboot. You should also plan going to nw65sp3, nw65os3a and n65nss3a
> ASAP.

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Re: High disk usage

those are set as specified. I am starting to wonder if I need to tune
the scsi disk system. I am starting to check on interrupts and such.

I had accidentally started a thread in NetWare5.x.administration-tools
subject best way to track down high disk requests. Here is the config.txt.

Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: NSFS1
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Wed, Aug 17, 2005 10:40 am
Novell File Server Configuration Report. [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.11]

Novell NetWare 5.70.02 June 11, 2004
(C) Copyright 1983-2003 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: NSFS1
OS Version................: v5.70
OS revision number........: 2
Product Version...........: v6.50
Product Revision Number...: 2
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 33:10:20:37
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: 0BE6CD4Bh
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 3839.50 MB or 4026002432 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 196680
Original cache buffers....: 981925
Current Cache Buffers.....: 229296
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 33:10:20:37
Current FSP's.............: 57
Current MP FSP's..........: 226
Current Receive Buffers...: 2000
Directory cache buffers...: 0
Workstations Connected....: 935
Max Workstations Connected: 1074
Server language...........: ENGLISH (4)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 2
Server DOS Country ID.....: 1
Server DOS Code Page......: 437
Boot Loader...............: DOS

******************************************************************************
Top of Modules List 288 Modules Loaded.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACPIASL.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Architecture Services
Layer for ACPI compliant systems
ACPICA.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Component
Architecture for ACPI compliant systems
ACPICMGR.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Component Manager for
ACPI compliant systems
ACPIDRV.PSM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Platform Support
Module for ACPI compliant systems
ACPIPWR.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Power Management
Driver for ACPI compliant systems
APACHE2.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache Web Server 2.0.49a
APRLIB.NLM v0.09.05 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache Portability Runtime
Library 0.9.5
AUTHLDAP.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a LDAP
Authentication Module
B57.LAN v7.57 Apr. 23, 2004 Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit
Ethernet Driver
BACKUPCR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSBackup eMTool
BACKUPTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSBackup eMTool
BSDSOCK.NLM v6.57.04 Jun. 18, 2004 Novell BSDSOCK Module
BSPXCOM.NLM v7.90 Apr. 15, 2003 BSPXCOM.NLM v7.90.000,
Build 253
BTCPCOM.NLM v7.90 Jul. 9, 2003 BTCPCOM.NLM v7.90.000,
Build 253
BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90 Mar. 21, 2001 BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90.000
CALNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCalls Runtime
Library
CCS.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Controlled Cryptography
Services from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM v6.01 May. 10, 2004 NetWare Configuration DB
Engine
CDDVD.NSS v3.22 Jun. 11, 2004 NSS Loadable Storage
System (LSS) for CD/UDF (Build 254 MP)
CERTLCM.NLM v2.00 Jun. 16, 2003 NMAS External LCM
CERTLSM.NLM v2.00 Jun. 16, 2003 NMAS External LSM
CIOS.NLM v1.21 May. 10, 2004 Consolidated IO System
CIOSMLID.CLS v1.00 May. 28, 2003 Novell CIOS MLID Driver
CIOSSHIM.NLM v1.11 Mar. 26, 2004 Novell CIOS Platform Shim
CLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 (Legacy) Standard C
Runtime Library for NLMs
CLNNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWClient Runtime
Library
CLXNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCLX Runtime Library
COMN.NSS v3.22 May. 28, 2004 NSS Common Support Layer
(COMN) (Build 2756 MP)
CONFIG.NLM v3.10.11 Jun. 23, 2005 NetWare Server
Configuration Reader
CONLOG.NLM v3.00.02 Nov. 26, 2002 System Console Logger
CONNAUD.NLM v3.15 May. 12, 2004 NLS - Connection Metering
CONNMGR.NLM v5.60 Jun. 16, 2004 NetWare Connection Manager NLM
CPUCHECK.NLM v5.60.01 Oct. 21, 2003 NetWare Processor Checking
Utility
CPWDPLSM.NLM v1.02 Jun. 16, 2003 Change Password PLSM
CSAUDIT.NLM v6.00.02 Sep. 4, 2003 CSLIB: Audit Trail Facility
CSL.NLM v2.06.02 Jan. 13, 2000 NetWare Call Support Layer
For NetWare
CSLIND.NLM v4.21 Dec. 7, 1999 TCPIP CSL INDEPENDENCE
MODULE 7Dec99 7Dec99
CSSYSMSG.NLM v1.01.08 Mar. 18, 1999 CSLIB: System Messages
Facility
CWD.NLM v3.20.02 Jan. 14, 2004 Perl 5.8.0 - Cwd
Extension XS_VERSION: 2.06
DBNET6.NLM v1.43.07 Dec. 2, 2003 Debug Network IO Support
DFSLIB.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 DFS Common Library (Build
450 MP)
DHCPSRVR.NLM v3.13.04 Apr. 30, 2004 DHCP Server
DHOST.NLM v10010.94 Nov. 3, 2003 Novell DHost Portability
Interface 1.0.0 SMP
DIAG500.NLM v3.00 May. 11, 2004 Diagnostic/coredump
utility for NetWare 5.x/6.x
DM.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Directory Manager
DMNDAP.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Directory
Manager NDAP Provider
DS.NLM v10551.13 May. 26, 2004 Novell eDirectory Version
8.7.3.2 SMP
DSAPI.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 9, 2004 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 1, 2004 NetWare DSEvent Runtime
Library
DSLOADER.NLM v10551.13 May. 26, 2004 Novell eDirectory Version
8.7.3 Loader SMP
DXEVENT.NLM v10410.02 Jun. 6, 2003 DirXML Event Handler for
Novell Directory Services 8.7.0
EMBOX.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Engine
EMBOXMGR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Manager
EMBOXMSG.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Message API
EMSECURE.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Security Service
EPWDLSM.NLM v1.02 Jun. 16, 2003 Novell Enhanced Password LSM
ETADVLSM.NLM v1.05 Jun. 16, 2003 Novell ETAdv LSM
ETHERTSM.NLM v3.89 Jan. 27, 2003 Novell Ethernet Topology
Specific Module
EVENTMGR.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Event Manager
FATFS.NLM v1.13 Jun. 2, 2004 FAT Filesystem Module for
NetWare
FILESYS.NLM v5.13 Apr. 2, 2004 NetWare File System NLM
FLOPPY.HAM v1.01.11 Jun. 14, 2004 Novell FLOPPY Driver
FTPIF.NLM v2.07.14 Oct. 29, 2003 Interface Module for
NetWare FTP Server and Statistics
GAMS.NLM v1.03 Apr. 28, 2004 Graded Authentication
Management Service
HBNNSP.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier GetHostByName
Name Service Provider
HEADERS.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a Headers Module
HOSTMIB.NLM v5.00.13 Apr. 27, 2004 NetWare 5.x/6.x Host
Resources MIB
HT2SOAP.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box HTTP to SOAP shim
HTTPSTK.NLM v3.00 Apr. 20, 2004 Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM v1.19.05 Feb. 20, 2003 Novell Hardware
Insertion/Removal Detection
IDEATA.HAM v4.15 Jun. 4, 2004 Novell ATA/IDE/ATAPI Host
Adapter Module
IDECD.CDM v4.00 Apr. 24, 2004 Novell ATAPI
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Custom Device Module
IPCLINFO.NLM v1.11.01 Dec. 17, 1999 IP Client Info Module 17Dec99
IPCTL.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Transport Layer
IPMCFG.NLM v1.01.14 Oct. 14, 2003 Web Interface for IP
Address Management
IPMGMT.NLM v1.02.01 Feb. 25, 2004 TCPIP - NetWare IP Address
Management
IPXRTR.NLM v6.70.01 Dec. 3, 2001 IPX NLSP Router
Production_02Dec2001
IPXRTRNM.NLM v6.60 Jun. 24, 1998 IPX Router Network Management
IPXS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 ipxs Memory Protection Module
IPXS.NLM v4.10.01 Feb. 12, 1998 NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 ipxspx Memory Protection
Module
IPXSPX.NLM v5.60 Nov. 21, 2001 NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol
Stack NLM
JAVA.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 java.nlm (based on
1.4.2_04) Build 04061513
JNET.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java jnet (based on 1.4.2_04)
JSMSG.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 Jetstream Message Layer
(Build 557 MP)
JSOCK.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Support For Java Sockets
(loader)
JSOCK6X.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare 6.x Support For
Java Sockets (JDK 1.4.2)
JSTCP.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 Jetstream TCP Transport
Layer (Build 537 MP)
JVM.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java Hotspot 1.4.2_04
Interpreter
JVMLIB.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java jvmlib (based on
1.4.2_04)
LANGMAN.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform
Language Manager
LANGMANI.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform
Language Manager
LBURP.NLM v10552.36 Dec. 2, 2003 LDAP Bulkload
Update/Replication Protocol service extension for Novell

eDirectory 8.7.
LCMCIFS2.NLM v2.00.05 Jun. 4, 2003 Windows Native File Access
Login Methods (Build 25 MP)
LCMMD5.NLM v1.10 Jun. 16, 2003 NMAS MD5 LCM
LDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (Clib
version)
LDAPXS.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 (Clib version)
LFS.NLM v5.12 Jan. 23, 2004 NetWare Logical File
System NLM
LIB0.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Ring 0 Library for NLMs
LIBC.NLM v7.05 Jun. 23, 2004 Standard C Runtime Library
for NLMs [optimized, 5]
LIBNSS.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 Generic Library used by
NSS (Build 187 MP)
LLDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (LibC
version)
LLDAPSSL.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 NetWare SSL Library for
LDAP SDK (LibC version)
LLDAPX.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 NetWare Extension APIs for
LDAP SDK (LibC version)
LOCNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWLocale Runtime
Library
LOGGER.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Logger
LSAPI.NLM v5.02 Jan. 7, 2003 NLS LSAPI Library
LSL.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 lsl Memory Protection Module
LSL.NLM v4.81 May. 7, 2004 Novell NetWare Link
Support Layer
LSMAFP3.NLM v2.00.08 Jul. 9, 2003 Macintosh Native File
Access Login Methods (Build 91 SP)
LSMCIFS2.NLM v2.00.06 Jul. 10, 2003 Windows Native File Access
Login Methods (Build 33 MP)
LSMMD5.NLM v1.10 Jun. 16, 2003 NMAS DIGEST MD5 LSM
MAL.NSS v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS Media Access Layer
(MAL) (Build 599 MP)
MALHLP.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 NSS Configure help
messages (Build 417 MP)
MANAGE.NSS v3.22 Jun. 4, 2004 NSS Management Functions
(Build 617 MP)
MASV.NLM v1.39.01 Mar. 13, 2002 Mandatory Access Control
Service
MCSCAN32.NLM v44.00 Sep. 23, 2004 McAfee Anti-Virus Engine
MERGECR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSMerge eMTool
MERGETL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSMerge eMTool
MM.NLM v3.20.10 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare 6.5 Media Manager
MOD_IPP.NLM v1.00 Feb. 5, 2004 iPrint Module
MOD_JK.NLM v1.02.06 May. 25, 2004 Apache 2.0 plugin for Tomcat
MOD_XSRV.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Server
(Apache2 Module)
MONDATA.NLM v6.00 Jul. 18, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x Monitor MIB
MONITOR.NLM v12.01.09 May. 5, 2004 NetWare Console Monitor
MSM.NLM v4.10 Jan. 24, 2003 Novell Multi-Processor
Media Support Module
NAIREG.NLM v4.62 Jun. 4, 2004 McAfee NetShield for NetWare
NBI.NLM v3.00.04 Jun. 9, 2004 NetWare Bus Interface
NCM.NLM v1.14.03 Mar. 27, 2003 Novell Configuration Manager
NCP.NLM v5.60 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Core Protocol
(NCP) Engine
NCPIP.NLM v6.01 Jun. 8, 2004 NetWare NCP Services over IP
NCPIPX.NLM v5.60 Jan. 22, 2004 Novell NCP/IPX Stack NLM
NCPL.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Base Services
NCPNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
NDS4.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Directory
Manager NDAP Provider
NDSAUDIT.NLM v2.09 May. 22, 2003 Directory Services Audit
NEB.NLM v5.60 Dec. 11, 2002 Novell Event Bus
NETDB.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 netdb Memory Protection Module
NETDB.NLM v4.10.26 Jun. 27, 2003 Network Database Access Module
NETLIB.NLM v6.50.22 Feb. 12, 2003 Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module
NETNLM32.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 9, 2004 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
NETSHLD.NLM v4.62 Jun. 4, 2004 McAfee NetShield for NetWare
NIAM.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Identity Manager
NICISDI.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Security Domain Infrastructure
NILE.NLM v6.04.02 Nov. 21, 2003 Novell Secure Socket
Services NLM
NIRMAN.NLM v1.04.02 Jan. 27, 2004 TCPIP - NetWare
Internetworking Remote Manager
NIT.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 NetWare Interface Tools
Library for NLMs
NLDAP.NLM v10552.88 May. 21, 2004 LDAP Agent for Novell
eDirectory 8.7.3
NLMLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NLM Runtime Library
NLSADPT2.NLM v2.00 Sep. 9, 2003 NLS and Metering adapter
for iManager 2.0 plugin
NLSAPI.NLM v5.02 Aug. 7, 2003 NLSAPI
NLSLRUP.NLM v4.01.06 Mar. 16, 2004 NLS - Usage Metering
NLSLSP.NLM v5.02 Mar. 16, 2004 NLS - License Service Provider
NLSMETER.NLM v3.41 Feb. 19, 2004 NLS - Software Usage
Metering Database
NLSTRAP.NLM v5.02 Feb. 19, 2004 NetWare License Server Trap
NMAS.NLM v2.68 Jun. 17, 2004 Novell Modular
Authentication Service
NMASGPXY.NLM v1.04 Jun. 17, 2004 NMAS Generic Proxy
NMASLDAP.NLM v1.20 Mar. 31, 2004 NMAS LDAP Extension
NPKIAPI.NLM v2.73 May. 19, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure
Services
NPKIT.NLM v2.73 Jun. 1, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure
Services
NSCM.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Security
Context Manager
NSNS.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Simple Name
Service
NSPDNS.NLM v6.20.03 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0
NSPDNS.NLM Name Service Providers
NSPNDS.NLM v6.20 Nov. 12, 2001 NetWare Winsock 2.0
NSPNDS.NLM Name Service Provider
NSPSAP.NLM v6.20.02 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
NSPSAP.NLM Name Service Provider
NSPSLP.NLM v6.20.02 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0
NSPSLP.NLM Name Service Provider
NSS.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS (Novell Storage
Services) (Build 977 MP)
NSSIDK.NSS v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS Pool Configuration
Manager (Build 432 MP)
NSSWIN.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 NSS ASCI Window API
Library (Build 204 MP)
NTLS.NLM v10810.04 Mar. 25, 2004 Novell TLS Library
NWAGENT.NLM v11.10 Jun. 21, 2004 BrightStor ARCserve Backup
Agent (Build 753.000 06/21/04)
NWAIF103.NLM v7.94 Nov. 30, 2001 nwaif103.nlm v7.94, Build
251 ()
NWBSRVCM.NLM v7.90 Mar. 20, 2001 NWBSRVCM.NLM v7.90.000,
Build 230
NWENC103.NLM v7.90 Feb. 24, 2001 NWENC103.NLM v7.90.000
(Text Encoding Conversion Library)
NWFTPD.NLM v5.04.20 May. 25, 2004 NetWare FTP Server
NWIDK.NLM v3.01.01 Sep. 19, 2003 CDWare Volume Module
NWKCFG.NLM v2.16 Apr. 7, 2004 NetWare Kernel Config NLM
NWMKDE.NLM v7.94 Dec. 11, 2001 NWMKDE.NLM v7.94.251.000
NWPA.NLM v3.20.04 May. 7, 2004 NetWare 6.5 NetWare
Peripheral Architecture NLM
NWPALOAD.NLM v3.00 Jul. 10, 2000 NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
NWSA.NSS v3.22 Jun. 16, 2004 NSS NetWare Semantic Agent
(NWSA) (Build 1301 MP)
NWSEC.NLM v1.00.02 Jan. 13, 2004 Scripting - Security Library
NWSNUT.NLM v7.00 Jun. 22, 2004 NetWare NLM Utility User
Interface
NWTRAP.NLM v6.00.01 Oct. 10, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x Trap Monitor
NWUCMGR.NLM v1.05 Mar. 14, 2001 NWUCMGR.NLM v1.5 Build 230
NWUTIL.NLM v1.03.05 Nov. 21, 2003 Novell Utility Library NLM ()
N_PRDDAT.NLM v1.00 Feb. 3, 2003 N_PRDDAT
ODINEB.NLM v1.10 Aug. 13, 1999 Novell ODI to Novell Event
Bus Interface Module
OHCIDRV.CAD v1.04 May. 10, 2004 Novell Universal Serial
Bus OHCI driver
PARTAPI.NLM v2.00 Apr. 17, 2002 Partition APIs for NetWare 6.1
PERC2.HAM v2.80 Nov. 11, 2003 PERC 2, 2/Si, 3/Di v2.8-0
(6076) for NetWare
PERL.NLM v3.20.02 Mar. 19, 2004 Perl 5.8.0 - Script
interpreter for NetWare
PKI.NLM v2.73 May. 19, 2004 Novell Certificate Server
PKIAPI.NLM v2.23.08 Apr. 1, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure
Services
PMLODR.NLM v1.25 May. 30, 2003 PMLodr for NW65
PMPORTAL.NLM v2.16 Nov. 21, 2003 NetWare License
Information Portal
POLIMGR.NLM v6.22 Feb. 27, 2004 NetWare License Policy Manager
PORTAL.NLM v3.00 Jun. 11, 2004 NetWare Remote Manager NLM
PSA.NSS v3.22 May. 14, 2004 PSA Posix Semantic Agent
(PSA) (Build 159 MP)
PSVCS.NLM v251.00 Nov. 30, 2001 Portability Services
PVER500.NLM v3.00 Feb. 25, 2003 NetWare 6.XX Version Library
PWDLCM.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2003 Simple Password LCM
PWDLSM.NLM v2.10 Jun. 16, 2003 Simple Password LSM
QLCSFTE.CDM v1.00.01 May. 24, 2000 QLogic SCSI Enclosure
SAF-TE Processor CDM
QUEUE.NLM v5.60 May. 24, 2001 NetWare Queue Services NLM
RCONAG6.NLM v6.10.06 May. 27, 2004 RConsole Agent for Netware
REPAIRCR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSRepair eMTool
REPAIRTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSRepair eMTool
REQUESTR.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
REWRITE.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a Rewrite Module
ROLLCALL.NLM v5.00 Jul. 27, 1998 RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
ROTLOGS.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a Log
Rotation Utility for NetWare
RSS.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Remote Subscription Service
SAL.NLM v20210.73 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell System Abstraction
Layer Version 2.2.0
SAS.NLM v1.75 Mar. 13, 2004 Secure Authentication Services
SASDFM.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 SAS Data Flow Manager
SASL.NLM v1.02 Jun. 17, 2004 Simple Authentication and
Security Layer
SCHEMACR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Schema eMTool
SCHEMATL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box Schema eMTool
SCSIHD.CDM v3.02.06 Apr. 21, 2004 Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed
Disk Custom Device Module
SERVICTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool
Box DSService eMTool
SERVINST.NLM v5.00.10 Sep. 26, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x
Instrumentation
SGUID.NLM v6.01 Sep. 27, 2002 NetWare GUID Services
SLP.MPM v5.70 Mar. 26, 2003 slp Memory Protection Module
SLP.NLM v2.09 Apr. 15, 2004 SERVICE LOCATION PROTOCOL
(RFC2165/RFC2608)
SLPTCP.NLM v2.09 Apr. 15, 2004 SERVICE LOCATION TCP/UDP
INTERFACE (RFC2165/RFC2608)
SMDR.NLM v6.54.01 Jun. 11, 2004 SMS - Storage Data Requestor
SNMP.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 snmp Memory Protection Module
SNMP.NLM v4.17 Jan. 23, 2004 Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP
Service
SPMDCLNT.NLM v1.02 May. 13, 2004 Novell SPM Client for DClient
SPMNWCC.NLM v1.01 May. 13, 2004 Novell SPM Client for NWCC
SPXS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 spxs Memory Protection Module
SPXS.NLM v5.14 Jan. 18, 2000 NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol
(PTF)
STATUSLG.NLM v1.00 Aug. 8, 2003 Report and Notification
Service
STREAMS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 streams Memory Protection
Module
STREAMS.NLM v6.00.04 Oct. 25, 2002 NetWare STREAMS PTF
SVCCOST.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Service
Costing Module
SYSCALLS.NLM v5.60 Apr. 29, 2004 NetWare Operating System
Call and Marshalling Library
SYSLOG.NLM v6.05.02 Nov. 3, 2003 NetWare Logfile Daemon
TCP.NLM v6.57.03 Mar. 23, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Transport module (NULL encryption)
TCPIP.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 tcpip Memory Protection Module
TCPIP.NLM v6.57.06 Jun. 1, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Network module (NULL encryption)
TCPSTATS.NLM v6.50.10 Jun. 20, 2003 Web Interface for Protocol
Monitoring
THREADS.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Threads Package for
NLMs
TIMESYNC.NLM v6.60.11 May. 13, 2004 NetWare Time
Synchronization Services
TLI.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 tli Memory Protection Module
TLI.NLM v4.30.02 Dec. 19, 2000 NetWare Transport Level
Interface Library
TOOLBOX.NLM v2.16 Aug. 28, 2002 Utility Toolbox for
NetWare 4 - 6
TSAFS.NLM v6.50.09 Jun. 7, 2004 SMS - File System Agent
for NetWare 6.X
TSANDS.NLM v10551.61 Dec. 2, 2003 TSA for Novell eDirectory
7.x, 8.x
TUI.NLM v1.05.03 May. 28, 1998 Textual User Interface
MOAB_B40.528
UKBDSHIM.NLM v1.03 Nov. 19, 2003 Novell USB Keyboard Shim
UMSSHIM.NLM v1.03 Nov. 19, 2003 Novell USB Mouse Shim
UNICODE.NLM v7.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare Unicode Runtime
Library (UniLib-based) [optimized]
USCLSM.NLM v1.05 Jun. 16, 2003 Novell Universal SmartCard LSM
USERLIB.NLM v5.60 May. 28, 2004 NetWare Operating System
Function Library
UTILLDAP.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a LDAP
Authentication Module
VERIFY.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java verify (based on
1.4.2_04)
VLRPC.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 DFS Volume Location
Database (VLDB) RPC interface (Build 480 MP)
VMRPC.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 DFS Volume Manager RPC
interface (Build 349 MP)
VOLMN.NSS v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume
Manager (Build 394 MP)
VOLSMS.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume
Manager (Build 207 MP)
WPSD.NLM v1.00 Jun. 7, 2004 ServiceDescriptor Natives NLM
WS2_32.NLM v6.21.06 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
WSPIP.NLM v6.21.04 Jun. 4, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service
1.0 NLM for TCP and UDP
WSPIPX.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service
1.0 NLM for IPX and SPX
WSPSSL.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service
1.0 NLM for SSL
X509ALSM.NLM v1.05 Jun. 16, 2003 Novell X.509 Adv LSM
X509LSM.NLM v1.04 Jun. 16, 2003 Novell X.509 LSM
XENGEXP.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI Import Restricted
XENG from Novell, Inc.
XENGNUL.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI NULL XENG from
Novell, Inc.
XENGUSC.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI U.S./Worldwide XENG
from Novell, Inc.
XI18N.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform
Internationalization Package
XIM.XLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Novell NICI Signed Loader
XIS11.NLM v1.00.01 Nov. 7, 2003 XML Integration Service
XMGR.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI XMGR from Novell, Inc.
XNGAUSC.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI U.S./Worldwide XMGR
Assistant XENG from Novell, Inc.
XSRVNSP.NLM v2.00 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier XSRVNSP Tree
Name Service Provider
XSUP.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI XSUP from Novell, Inc.
XTNCP.NLM v2.06 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier NCP Session
Layer Driver
XTUTIL.NLM v2.05 Jun. 7, 2004 Novell XTier Utility Functions
ZIP.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java zip (based on 1.4.2_04)
ZLSS.NSS v3.22 Jun. 7, 2004 NSS Journaled Storage
System (ZLSS) (Build 1798 MP)
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End of Modules List 288 Modules Loaded.
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Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 000BDBE72C37
Board Number..: 1
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_802.2
MLID Version..: 7.57
Slot..........: 10016
I/O...........: None
Memory........: FCF10000h -> FCF1FFFFh
IRQ...........: 11
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: B57_1_EII_E82

Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 000BDBE72C37
Board Number..: 2
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_II
MLID Version..: 7.57
Slot..........: 10016
I/O...........: None
Memory........: FCF10000h -> FCF1FFFFh
IRQ...........: 11
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: B57_1_EII_EII

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End of LAN Driver Configuration Listing
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Top of Boot Drive Information
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SERVER.EXE loaded from...........: C:\NWSERVER\
SERVER.EXE version...............: 1551431 bytes 06-11-2004 03:09pm
Total Space on Drive.............: 992 MB
Available Space..................: 896 MB

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End of Boot Drive Information
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Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller
0x0001 [V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
0x0002 [V025-A0-D0:0] TEAC CD-224E K.9A
0x0003 [V651-A1] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0011 [V651-A1-D6:0] PE/PV 1x5 SCSI BP rev:1.1
0x0004 [V651-A2] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0005 [V651-A3] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x000A [V651-A3-D0:0] DELL RAID Device 0:00 rev:1.0
0x000B DOS Partitioned Media
0x0010 [V651-A3-D0:0-P33446] Free Partition Space
0x000C [V651-A3-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x000D [V651-A3-D0:0-P3E4] NSS Partition
0x000E [V651-A3-D0:0-P2AF4] NSS Partition
0x000F [V651-A3-D0:0-P33444] Free Partition Space
0x0006 [V651-A4] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0007 [V651-A5] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0008 [V651-A6] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0009 [V651-A7] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
0x0012 [V024-A8] Legacy FLOPPY Controller
0x0013 [V024-A8-D1:0] Legacy Floppy

Storage Device Details:
[V100-A100] USB OHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: OHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 256
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 5
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10010
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0090
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0001
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: IDEATA.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 37
Adapter number...........: 0
Primary port address.....: 1F0
Primary port length......: 8
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: E
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 0
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V025-A0-D0:0] TEAC CD-224E K.9A
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0002
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: CD-ROM
Capacity....................: Unavailable
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 134215680
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: Yes
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 0
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 0
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported
Removable drive mount status: Dismounted
Removable drive lock status.: Not locked

[V651-A1] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0003
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 1
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A1-D6:0] PE/PV 1x5 SCSI BP rev:1.1
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0011
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Processor
Capacity....................: Unavailable
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 1
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 4294967294
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 6
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

[V651-A2] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0004
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 2
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A3] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0005
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 3
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A3-D0:0] DELL RAID Device 0:00 rev:1.0
Media manager object ID.....: 0x000A
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 209920 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 26770
Block size, in bytes........: 65536
Activated...................: Yes
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 0
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 3
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x000B
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V651-A3-D0:0-P33446] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0010
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 430060050
Size, in sectors.............: 11503

[V651-A3-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000C
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 2040192

[V651-A3-D0:0-P3E4] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000D
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: Yes
Beginning sector of partition: 2040255
Size, in sectors.............: 20480000

Volume Segment
Volume name.....................: SYS
Starting unit...................: 0
Number of units.................: 20479968
Segment size....................: 9999 MB
Volume status...................: Mounted

[V651-A3-D0:0-P2AF4] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000E
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: Yes
Beginning sector of partition: 22520255
Size, in sectors.............: 407535616

Volume Segment
Volume name.....................: APPS
Starting unit...................: 0
Number of units.................: 407535584
Segment size....................: 198991 MB
Volume status...................: Mounted

Volume Segment
Volume name.....................: DATA1
Starting unit...................: 0
Number of units.................: 407535584
Segment size....................: 198991 MB
Volume status...................: Mounted

[V651-A3-D0:0-P33444] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000F
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 430055871
Size, in sectors.............: 4179

[V651-A4] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0006
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 4
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A5] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0007
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 5
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A6] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0008
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 6
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V651-A7] PERC2 Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0009
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: PERC2.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 1617
Adapter number...........: 7
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 7
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10019
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V024-A8] Legacy FLOPPY Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0012
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: FLOPPY.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 36
Adapter number...........: 8
Primary port address.....: 3F2
Primary port length......: 4
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 6
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 0
DMA0.....................: 2
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V024-A8-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0013
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Unknown
Capacity....................: 0 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 18
Heads.......................: 2
Cylinders...................: 80
Block size, in bytes........: 1474560
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 1
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 8
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

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***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for SYS *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 9933 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 2542996
Free Blocks................: 1506457
Purgable Blocks............: 131768
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147376034
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 5884 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 514 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF

Segment on Logical Partition....: 0x000D
Starting Unit...................: 0
Number of Units.................: 20479968
Segment Size....................: 9999 MB

***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for _ADMIN *
***********************************************
File System................: Unknown
Volume Size................: 4 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 1024
Free Blocks................: 1024
Purgable Blocks............: 0
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147483647
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 4 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 0 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF


***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for APPS *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 41712 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 10678401
Free Blocks................: 7493804
Purgable Blocks............: 4390
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147245643
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 29272 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 17 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

Segment on Logical Partition....: 0x000E
Starting Unit...................: 0
Number of Units.................: 407535584
Segment Size....................: 198991 MB

***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for DATA1 *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 185933 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 47599076
Free Blocks................: 7493804
Purgable Blocks............: 180934
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2146152534
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 29272 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 706 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

Segment on Logical Partition....: 0x000E
Starting Unit...................: 0
Number of Units.................: 407535584
Segment Size....................: 198991 MB

***************************************************
Volume Name Name Spaces Loaded
----------------- --------------------------------
SYS DOS
SYS MACINTOSH
SYS NFS
SYS LONG_NAMES
_ADMIN DOS
_ADMIN MACINTOSH
_ADMIN NFS
_ADMIN LONG_NAMES
APPS DOS
APPS MACINTOSH
APPS NFS
APPS LONG_NAMES
DATA1 DOS
DATA1 MACINTOSH
DATA1 NFS
DATA1 LONG_NAMES

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NDS Tree Name............: COOPER_ROOT
NDS Server Name..........: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
NDS Version..............: v10551.13
sys:_netware attributes..: Hidden System SubDir ImmediatePurge

*.NDS files..........: 1547 (14850118 bytes)
*.DSD files..........: 2 (0 bytes)
*.DSB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
NDS.* files..........: 4 (46792704 bytes)
NDS*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
NDO.* files..........: 3 (50790400 bytes)
NDO*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
*.41X files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.OLD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DOD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DOB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.__D files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.__B files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DTD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DTB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.TAO files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.WBQ files..........: 0 (0 bytes)

Partition Name...........: OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Replica on Server......: CN=BADGFS1.OU=Badger.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 5

Partition Name...........: CN=PS-Set.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Read/Write
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Partition Name...........: OU=NACO.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NACO_FS3.OU=NACO.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 5

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=BADGFS1.OU=Badger.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Replica on Server......: CN=NACFS2.OU=NACO.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 9

Partition Name...........: OU=LUM.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=LUMB.OU=LUM.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LUMB_FS1.OU=LUM.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=BADGFS1.OU=Badger.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 5

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Partition Name...........: OU=FIELD.OU=SALES.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Read/Write
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 5

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Partition Name...........: SU=CPS.OU=SLP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Read/Write
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 5

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Partition Name...........: O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Partition Name...........: T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Read/Write
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Partition Name...........: OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Partition Type...........: Read/Write
Partition State..........: On

Replica on Server......: CN=NSFS1.OU=NS.OU=TP.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 6

Replica on Server......: CN=BADGFS1.OU=Badger.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 2

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS1.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Master
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 7

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS7.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 3

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS14.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 1

Replica on Server......: CN=DOMAIN_FS1.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 4

Replica on Server......: CN=LINFS4.OU=Lin.OU=HQ.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Read/Write
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 8

Replica on Server......: CN=LIN_FS15.O=CPS.T=COOPER_ROOT
Replica Type...........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State..........: On
Replica Number.........: 9

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Top of Installed Product List
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Product ID...........: AP2WEB
Product Version......: 2.0.49
Product Description..: APACHE2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container

Product ID...........: APACHE2
Product Version......: 2.0.49
Product Description..: APACHE2 Admin Server

Product ID...........: BNS
Product Version......: 1.1.0
Product Description..: Beans for Novell Services

Product ID...........: CANWAG
Product Version......: 11.1.0
Product Description..: BrightStor ARCserve Backup NetWare Agent

Product ID...........: DNSDHCP
Product Version......: 6.0.2
Product Description..: Novell DNS/DHCP Services

Product ID...........: EDIR
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: EMBOX
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: eDirectory Management Utilities Toolbox

Product ID...........: NDPS
Product Version......: 4.0.2
Product Description..: iPrint

Product ID...........: NDS8
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: NDS eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: NICI
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure
(NICI)

Product ID...........: NICIU0
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: NICI U.S./Canada (128bit) Crypto XENG

Product ID...........: NLS
Product Version......: 5.0.2
Product Description..: Novell Licensing Services

Product ID...........: NMAS
Product Version......: 2.3.4
Product Description..: Novell Modular Authentication Service

Product ID...........: NSN
Product Version......: 2.0.0
Product Description..: NSN

Product ID...........: NTLS
Product Version......: 1.8.0
Product Description..: Novell TLS Library

Product ID...........: NWFTP
Product Version......: 1.0.10
Product Description..: NetWare FTP Server

Product ID...........: PERVASIV
Product Version......: 7.9.4
Product Description..: Pervasive SQL 2000i

Product ID...........: PHP
Product Version......: 4.2.3
Product Description..: PHP

Product ID...........: PKIS
Product Version......: 2.7.3
Product Description..: Novell Certificate Server

Product ID...........: PORTAL
Product Version......: 3.0.1
Product Description..: NetWare Remote Manager

Product ID...........: Pattern
Product Version......: 1.0.0
Product Description..: Customized NetWare Server

Product ID...........: Perl
Product Version......: 5.8.0
Product Description..: Perl

Product ID...........: SAS
Product Version......: 1.7.5
Product Description..: Secure Authentication Services

Product ID...........: SMS
Product Version......: 1.1.2
Product Description..: Storage Management Services

Product ID...........: SPACK
Product Version......: 6.5.2
Product Description..: v2.0 Support Pack for NetWare 6.5

Product ID...........: Tomcat
Product Version......: 4.1.30
Product Description..: Tomcat 4 Admin Instance

Product ID...........: VOffice
Product Version......: 1.0.1
Product Description..: Novell Virtual Office Framework

Product ID...........: iManager
Product Version......: 2.0.2
Product Description..: Novell iManager

Product ID...........: iStorage
Product Version......: 2.0.1
Product Description..: Novell NetStorage

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End of Installed Product List
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Class Name...........: org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap
Class ID.............: 424
Class State..........: Running

Class Name...........: org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap
Class ID.............: 279
Class State..........: Running

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Allocated Memory.................: 455.9 MB
Cache Buffer Memory..............: 895.7 MB
Cache Moveable Memory............: 0.0 MB
Cache Non-moveable Memory........: 0.1 MB
Code Memory......................: 32.7 MB
Data Memory......................: 15.7 MB
Total Work Memory................: 1400.1 MB
Other Cache Pages Memory.........: 728.4 MB
System Memory Under 4GB..........: 3839.5 MB

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BIOS Information
Vendor.........................: Dell Computer Corporation
Version........................: A20
Starting Address Segment.......: F000h
Release Date...................: 10/21/2004
ROM Size.......................: 448 kB
ISA Supported..................: Yes
MCA Supported..................: No
EISA Supported.................: No
PCI Supported..................: Yes
PC Card (PCMCIA) Supported.....: No
Plug and Play Supported........: Yes
APM Supported..................: No
Flash BIOS.....................: Yes
BIOS Shadowing Allowed.........: Yes
VL-VESA Supported..............: No
ESCD Supported.................: Yes
Boot From CD Supported.........: Yes
Selectable Boot Supported......: Yes
BIOS ROM Socketed..............: No
Boot From PC Card Supported....: No
EDD Supported..................: Yes
ACPI Supported.................: Yes
Legacy USB Supported...........: Yes
AGP Supported..................: No
I2O Boot Supported.............: No
LS-120 Boot Supported..........: Yes
ZIP Drive Boot Supported.......: No
1394 Boot Supported............: No
Smart Battery Supported........: No
BIOS Boot Spec. Supported......: Yes
Network Boot Supported.........: Yes

System Information
Manufacturer...................: Dell Computer Corporation
Product Name...................: PowerEdge 2650
Version........................: N/A
Serial Number..................: 91DWL31
Universal Unique ID............: 44454C4C 3101044 8057B9C0 4F4C3331
Wake-up Type...................: Power Switch

Baseboard Information
Manufacturer...................: Dell Computer Corporation
Product Name...................: 0H3099
Version........................: A02
Serial Number..................: ..CN1374039J00EY.
Asset Tag......................: N/A

System Enclosure
Manufacturer...................: Dell Computer Corporation
Type...........................: Rack Mount Chassis
Version........................: N/A
Serial Number..................: 91DWL31
Asset Tag Number...............: N/A
Bootup State...................: Safe
Power Supply State.............: Safe
Thermal State..................: Safe
Security Status................: Unknown

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: Proc_1
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Intel Xeon
Processor Manufacturer.........: Intel
Processor ID...................: BFEBFBFF 00000F29
Processor Version..............: N/A
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 533 MHz
Max Speed......................: 3200 MHz
Current Speed..................: 2400 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 8 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 512 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: Proc_2
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Intel Xeon
Processor Manufacturer.........: Intel
Processor ID...................: BFEBFBFF 00000F29
Processor Version..............: N/A
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 533 MHz
Max Speed......................: 3200 MHz
Current Speed..................: 2400 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Idle
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 8 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 512 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 8 kB
Installed Size.................: 8 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Single-bit ECC
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Varies with Memory Address
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 1024 kB
Installed Size.................: 512 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: 8-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Varies with Memory Address
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 3
Maximum Size...................: 4096 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: 8-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 8 kB
Installed Size.................: 8 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Single-bit ECC
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Varies with Memory Address
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 1024 kB
Installed Size.................: 512 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: 8-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: N/A
Operational Mode...............: Varies with Memory Address
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 3
Maximum Size...................: 4096 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Unknown
Current SRAM Type..............: Unknown
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: 8-way Set-Associative

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: PRIMARY SCSI CHANNEL A
Internal Connector Type........: 68 Pin Dual Inline
Port Type......................: SCSI Wide

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: PRIMARY SCSI CHANNEL B
Internal Connector Type........: 68 Pin Dual Inline
Port Type......................: SCSI Wide

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550A Compatible

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550A Compatible

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: PS/2
Port Type......................: Keyboard Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: Mini-DIN
Port Type......................: Mouse Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: RJ-45
Port Type......................: Network Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: RJ-45
Port Type......................: Network Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: RJ-45
Port Type......................: Network Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: Video Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: Mini-DIN
Port Type......................: Keyboard Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: N/A
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: Video Port

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI1
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: No
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI2
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: No
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI3
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: No
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

On Board Devices Information
Device Count...................: 5
Device 1 Status...............: Enabled
Device 1 Type.................: SCSI Controller
Device 1 Description..........: Adaptec AIC-7899 LVD SCSI
Device 2 Status...............: Enabled
Device 2 Type.................: SCSI Controller
Device 2 Description..........: Adaptec AIC-7899 LVD SCSI
Device 3 Status...............: Enabled
Device 3 Type.................: Video
Device 3 Description..........: ATI Rage XL PCI Video
Device 4 Status...............: Enabled
Device 4 Type.................: Ethernet
Device 4 Description..........: Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet 1
Device 5 Status...............: Enabled
Device 5 Type.................: Ethernet
Device 5 Description..........: Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet 2

BIOS Language Information
Installable Languages..........: 1
Language String Format.........: Long
Current Language...............: en|US|iso8859-1
Language 1....................: en|US|iso8859-1

Physical Memory Array
Location.......................: System Board or Motherboard
Use............................: System Memory
Memory Error Correction........: Multi-bit ECC
Maximum Capacity...............: 12288 MB
Error Detected.................: N/A
Number of Memory Devices.......: 6

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK1_A
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK1_B
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK2_A
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK2_B
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK3_A
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: BANK3_B
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 266 MHz

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of SM BIOS Info
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Run perl script to rotate logs each midnight.
0 0 * * * perl sys:/apache2/rotate.pl sys:/apache2/rotate.ini --noscreen

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Net 0.0.0.0 Gateway 10.104.96.6 Metric 1 Passive

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# SYS:ETC\HOSTS
#
# Mappings of host names and host aliases to IP address.
#
127.0.0.1 loopback lb localhost # normal loopback address
10.104.96.2 nsfs1.powernet.com NSFS1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTNAME]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10.104.96.2 nsfs1.powernet.com

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTNAME]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#!VERSION=2.3
#!
#! --- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING ----
#! This file was created by the Internetworking Configuration Console.
#! It is intended to be modified ONLY by the configurator (INETCFG.NLM).
#! Tampering with this file may cause severe malfunctioning of the system.
#! The configurator will check for tampering and abort if it is detected.
#! -----------------------------------------------------------------------
#!
#!SERVERTYPE=NORMAL
#!
#!UIMODE=NORMAL
#!
#!BEGINGENLOAD
LOAD SNMP
LOAD BCALLSRV
#!END
#!
#!BEGINTSMLOAD
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=B57 NAME=B57_1_EII STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1
DRVRTYPE=LAN VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=10016

Speed=100FD RxBuffers=200
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!BEGINPORT NAME=B57_1_EII NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=1
MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD B57 NAME=B57_1_EII_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10016 Speed=100FD
RxBuffers=200 Checksum=off
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD B57 NAME=B57_1_EII_EII FRAME=ETHERNET_II SLOT=10016 Speed=100FD
RxBuffers=200
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=TCPIP STATUS=ENABLED
LOAD TCPIP
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IP B57_1_EII_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=10.104.96.2
#10.104.96.2
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=IPX STATUS=ENABLED
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
#
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NONE CFGDIR=SYS:ETC SEQ=1
#
LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1
#
LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=54 W=108 R=10 S=1000 I=1200
#
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1
#
SET Load Balance Local LAN=OFF
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IPX B57_1_EII_E82 net=a1 seq=1
#a1
#!END
#!END

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
domain powernet.com
nameserver 10.1.16.20
nameserver 10.1.16.10

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; This is a sample of the slp configuration file.
; Two types of entries can be made: 1) DA entries, 2) SA Register Filters.
;
; The DA entry allows static configuration of a known DA. This would
be used
; when the DA was out of multicast range and DHCP was not being used to
; configure the DA.
; The static DA configuration format is as follows 'DA <addr type>,
<addr>'.
; The first word must be "DA". The addr type is the address type.
Currently, only
; IPV4 has been defined. IPV6 will be defined in the future. The addr is
; the address specified.
;
; The following is an example of a static DA.
DA IPV4, 10.104.69.10
DA IPV4, 10.1.16.22
;
; The SA Register Filter would be used when the administrator wanted
all services
; of a specific service type being mapped to a single scope. For example,
; the administrator wanted all "lpr" printers being registered to scope
"printer".
; The format is as follows: 'REGISTER TYPE "<type name>" to SCOPE
"<scope name>"'.
; The parser will look for REGISTER, TYPE, and SCOPE as keywords
followed by quote on
; a single line. Example:
;
; REGISTER TYPE "lpr" to SCOPE "eng"
;
; The last line must contain a line feed and char return. A semi-colon
specifies a
; comment.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AutonomousSystem 0
Protocol rip off {
Interface {
Address 10.104.96.2
Port B57_1_EII_EII
Status on
Cost 1
Poison off
SplitHorizon on
UpdateTime 30
GarbageTime 120
ExpireTime 180
OriginateDefault off
Version ripI
Mode normal
}
}
Protocol egp off {
}
Protocol ospf off {
Interface {
Address 10.104.96.2
Port B57_1_EII_EII
Status on
Cost 1
AreaId 0.0.0.0
Priority 1
RetransmissionInterval 5
TransitDelay 1
HelloInterval 10
RouterDeadInterval 40
Nbma {
PollInterval 120
Neighbor {
}
}
}
}
Interface {
Address 10.104.96.2
AddressMask 255.255.255.0
Port B57_1_EII_EII
Type lan
RouterDiscovery no
SolicitationAddress multicast
NATStatus Disabled
SecIPStatus Disabled
TOSStatus Disabled
TOSValue 0
ARPTimerStatus Disabled
ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
GroupedInterface no
PrimaryInterface no
LBPolicy 0
Arpable yes
NetworkAddress 10.104.96.0
VIPASupport Enabled
BdgStatus Enabled
}
ForwardIPSourceRouting off
NATFiltering on
Deadgatewaydetection off {
T0 30
T1 2
}
LoadBalancing off {
LBInterval 2
}
FaultTolerance on {
FTInterval 2
}
DefIPAddr 0.0.0.0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
File size is 104935 bytes.
******************************************************************************
Server NSFS1 halted Thursday, September 23, 2004 2:05:22.939 am
Abend 2 on P00: Server-5.70.01-1937: CPU Hog Detected by Timer

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = FCE17BBC EBX = 00000007 ECX = 00000009 EDX = 9C738040
ESI = 9C738000 EDI = 9C738000 EBP = 00000007 ESP = 9CF15B90
EIP = 00000000 FLAGS = 00000087


Running process: DHCP Server 5 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: DHCPSRVR.NLM
Stack pointer: 9CF15A44
OS Stack limit: 9CF11B60
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050190 Blocked on a kernel CV
Stack: --FCE17BBC ?
8F1132E5 (NLMLIB.NLM|bsd_fd_isset+29)
--00000006 ?
--9C738000 ?
9FFD04D3 ?
--00000007 ?
--9C738000 ?
--00000002 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
9FFD03DC ?
--94694180 ?
--95F469A0 ?
8F0AE306 (THREADS.NLM|getcmd+21E)
--00000000 ?
--00000004 ?
--000001BA ?
--00000246 ?
--930953E0 ?
--00000000 ?
8F0AE144 (THREADS.NLM|getcmd+5C)
--900E7640 ?
--00000000 ?
8F0AE13C (THREADS.NLM|getcmd+54)
--900E7640 ?
--00000000 ?
--930953E0 ?
--00000000 ?
--930953E0 ?
-8F0C872C (THREADS.NLM|(Data Start)+272C)
0021C764 (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+3C)
--930953E0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--0000008F ?
--A11ECC2C ?
--A11ECC04 ?
--03030043 ?
--00000004 ?
--000001AE ?
--A11ECC40 ?
--34343434 ?
--03030044 ?
--00000004 ?
--00009054 ?
--A11ECC54 ?
--A11ECC2C ?
--0103004A ?
--00000002 ?
--0000FC67 ?
--A11ECC68 ?
--A11ECC40 ?
--02020031 ?
--00000008 ?
--000016F0 ?
--A11ECC7C ?
--A11ECC54 ?
--01030032 ?
--00000001 ?
--0000008F ?
--A11ECC90 ?
--A11ECC68 ?
--03030043 ?
--00000004 ?
--000001B2 ?
--A11ECCA4 ?
--A11ECC7C ?
--03030044 ?
--00000004 ?
--00009054 ?
--A11ECCB8 ?
--A11ECC90 ?
--0103004A ?
--00000002 ?
--0000F067 ?
--A11ECCCC ?
--A11ECCA4 ?
--02020031 ?
--00000008 ?
--000016F8 ?
--A11ECCE0 ?
--A11ECCB8 ?
--01030032 ?
--00000001 ?
--0000008F ?
--A11ECCF4 ?
--A11ECCCC ?
--03030043 ?
--00000004 ?
--000001C8 ?
--A11ECD08 ?
--A11ECCE0 ?
--03030044 ?
--00000004 ?
--00009054 ?
--A11ECD1C ?
--A11ECCF4 ?
--0103004A ?

******************************************************************************
Server NSFS1 halted Sunday, October 10, 2004 8:33:31.777 am
Abend 2 on P00: Server-5.70.02: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error
code 00000002)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = 4ED9617D EBX = 000183D4 ECX = 00000001 EDX = 00000015
ESI = 4F2B93A0 EDI = 4F2B94C8 EBP = 00000002 ESP = 4982FAE0
EIP = 4ED9618D FLAGS = 00010A96
4ED9618D C7420800060000 MOV [EDX+08]=?, 00000600
EIP in TCP.NLM at code start +0002418Dh
Access Location: 0x0000001D

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
4ED9618D C7420800060000 MOV [EDX+08], 00000600
4ED96194 89420C MOV [EDX+0C], EAX
4ED96197 894A10 MOV [EDX+10], ECX
4ED9619A 03C1 ADD EAX, ECX
4ED9619C 1500060000 ADC EAX, 00000600
4ED961A1 1500000000 ADC EAX, 00000000
4ED961A6 0FA4C110 SHLD ECX, EAX, 10
4ED961AA 6603C1 ADD AX, CX
4ED961AD 1500000000 ADC EAX, 00000000
4ED961B2 66898388000000 MOV [EBX+00000088], AX



Running process: Console Command Process
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: 4982FC78
OS Stack limit: 4982C04C
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050030 Blocked on Semaphore
Stack: --00000000 ?
--000105D4 ?
--00000002 ?
--4F2B948C ?
--4F081F70 ?
4ED7D810 (TCP.NLM|TCPAnyAddrCheck+52BC)
--00000017 ?
--4F0820DC ?
--4F08203C ?
--00000000 ?
--4F2B940C ?
--00000017 ?
--4F2B948C ?
--4F081F70 ?
--00000001 ?
--AF26F4B5 ?
--4F081F70 ?
4ED7CBCB (TCP.NLM|TCPAnyAddrCheck+4677)
--4F081F70 ?
--4982FB30 ?
--00181850 ?
--12938AA0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--AF26F4CC ?
--4F081F70 ?
--AF26F4CC ?
--00000000 ?
--00000694 ?
4ED75C39 (TCP.NLM|TCPNewSendData+541)
--4F081F70 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000017 ?
4ED75A6A (TCP.NLM|TCPNewSendData+372)
--4F081F70 ?
--00000017 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000694 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000694 ?
--4C6A3240 ?
--00000246 ?
--4F2B8060 ?
--4F29F2A0 ?
4EF98CF4 (WSPIP.NLM|TCP_Send+220)
--4F29F33C ?
--00000017 ?
--00000000 ?
--4D68E244 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2C24)
--00000000 ?
--000003E5 ?
40170000 (LIBC.NLM|pthread_attr_setschedpolicy+20)
--00000001 ?
--4D68E220 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2C00)
--4C6A3240 ?
--4C6A3240 ?
49A5F0F9 (WS2_32.NLM|wsSend+29)
--4D68E220 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2C00)
--4C6A3240 ?
--4D68E1E4 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2BC4)
49A40A91 (WS2_32.NLM|WSPSendTo+1079)
--4D68E220 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2C00)
--4C6A3240 ?
--000C4F54 ?
--4982FC54 ?
4CC7DF75 (DSLOADER.NLM|DDCMultiObjectTransaction+50E)
--4982FBF8 ?
--00000246 ?
--000000B6 ?
--F8A89A24 ?
--F8A89A20 ?
--4D68E1F4 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2BD4)
00224F07 (SERVER.NLM|kRWUnlock+F7)
--00000001 ?
--4D68E1F4 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2BD4)
--4CDB7000 ?
--4982FC28 ?
--00000017 ?
--4C6A3240 ?
--F8A89A20 ?
--00000017 ?
--4D68E1E4 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2BC4)
--00000000 ?
--4D68E1C0 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+2BA0)
4CC7E7E7 (DSLOADER.NLM|DDCMultiObjectTransaction+D80)
--4D68F280 (DHOST.NLM|?_V%%YAXPAX%Z+3C60)
--00000000 ?
--4F2A02A4 ?
--00000004 ?
--00000002 ?
--00000010 ?
49A51843 (WS2_32.NLM|WSASendTo+4B)
--00000004 ?
--4982FCFC ?
--00000002 ?
--4982FD48 ?
--00000000 ?
--4F2A02A4 ?
--00000010 ?

******************************************************************************
Server NSFS1 halted Sunday, October 10, 2004 8:34:31.810 am
Abend 3 on P00: Server-5.70.02-1937: CPU Hog Detected by Timer

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = FCE17BBC EBX = 00000019 ECX = 00000666 EDX = 00000019
ESI = 00000287 EDI = 000002C2 EBP = 00000443 ESP = 4982F4B0
EIP = 00000000 FLAGS = 00000087


Running process: Interrupt service routine (nested count 1)
Interrupted process: Console Command Process
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: 4982FC78
OS Stack limit: 4982C04C
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050030 Blocked on Semaphore
Stack: --FCE17BBC ?
0035E544 (SERVER.NLM|SetFlags+6)
48C4888C (NWPA.NLM|NPA_Micro_Delay+3C)
--00000287 ?
--00989680 ?
--3DBBA4B8 ?
4977799B (PERC2.HAM|(Code Start)+899B)
--00000019 ?
49776B31 (PERC2.HAM|(Code Start)+7B31)
--00000019 ?
--00000000 ?
--4982F50C ?
--00000001 ?
--3DC5A214 ?
--3DBBA4B8 ?
4976FCF9 (PERC2.HAM|(Code Start)+CF9)
--3DBBA4B8 ?
--0000EA60 ?
--3DBCF020 ?
--000001BE ?
--00000000 ?
--3DBCF020 ?
--00000005 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--3DBBA49C ?
--3DC5A214 ?
497734D8 (PERC2.HAM|(Code Start)+44D8)
--000002BE ?
--3DBBA49C ?
--00000004 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--3DF9A600 (CIOS.NLM|__NLM_BSS_End+29A6)
49779F71 (PERC2.HAM|(Code Start)+AF71)
--3DC5A1C0 ?
--3DF9A600 (CIOS.NLM|__NLM_BSS_End+29A6)
48C44375 (NWPA.NLM|NPA_ExitToDOSEvent+31)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--F88ED980 ?
0029DC33 (SERVER.NLM|EventReport+257)
--00000001 ?
-0054414D ?
--F88ED980 ?
0012D482 (LOADER.NLM|ExitToDOS+37A)
--00000002 ?
--00000000 ?
-00442B14 (SERVER.NLM|faultScreenStructure+0)
--000002C2 ?
--00000000 ?
--01A4811C ?
--2F96F664 ?
--000000AD ?
00330EB3 (SERVER.NLM|DownServerTimeoutISR+A3)
00330F50 (SERVER.NLM|DownServerTimeoutISR+140)
--4982F5E0 ?
--000002C2 ?
--4982F69C ?
--0001E000 (SERVER.NLM|BIOSDriveCount+4328)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--F8D6A040 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--4982F568 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.NLM|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--00000246 ?
--00000008 ?
--00000010 ?
--0001E000 (SERVER.NLM|BIOSDriveCount+4328)
002D7245 (SERVER.NLM|ClearScreen+A5)
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000443 ?
002D7245 (SERVER.NLM|ClearScreen+A5)
--00000010 ?
0012D482 (LOADER.NLM|ExitToDOS+37A)
--00000001 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000001 ?
0012D482 (LOADER.NLM|ExitToDOS+37A)
--00000007 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000246 ?
--000002C2 ?
--00000010 ?
--00000008 ?
--00000010 ?
--0ACB6578 ?
--000000AD ?
00330DE1 (SERVER.NLM|DownServerTimeout+9)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# TimeSync.Cfg is now updated automatically,
# when changes are made on the System Console

# TIMESYNC Configuration Parameters

Configured Sources = ON
DEBUG = 7
Polling Count = 3
Polling Interval = 600
Service Advertising = OFF
Synchronization Radius = 5000
Type = SECONDARY
NTP Client Port = 0

# TIMESYNC Configured time source list

TIME SOURCE = 10.104.69.101
TIME SOURCE = 10.104.32.2
TIME SOURCE = 10.2.16.7

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SET TIME ZONE = CST6CDT
SET DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME OFFSET = 1:00:00
SET START OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST 2:00:00 AM)
set End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST 2:00:00 AM)


SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\BIN

FILE SERVER NAME NSFS1
SERVERID BE6CD4B

load conlog save=console.bak -MAXIMUM=1000
sys:etc\initsys.ncf
LOAD ODINEB.NLM
MOUNT ALL
IPMINIT.NCF

SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
BSTART.NCF
load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"
LOAD PORTAL.NLM
LOAD NDSIMON.NLM
LOAD ACPISBD.NLM
; This will load the HotPlug User Interface Module
; LOAD SYS:\SYSTEM\NCMCON.NLM
LOAD NICISDI.XLM
LOAD SASDFM.XLM

# -- Added by AFP Install --
;AFPSTRT.NCF
# -- End of AFP Install --
# -- Added by CIFS Install --
;CIFSSTRT.NCF
# -- End of CIFS Install --
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix---
;nfsstart
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix END---

LOAD PKI.NLM
# Storage Management Services components required for Backup
SMSSTART.NCF

monitor
;grpwise.ncf
rconnst.ncf
tsands
tsa600 /cluster=off
nldap
SEARCH ADD sys:system
dhcpsrvr -d1


SET TIMESYNC TYPE = SECONDARY

# Loading Posix Semantic Agent
PSA
SEARCH ADD SYS:\APACHE2
AP2WEBUP
#ACCESS TO XTIER SOFTWARE
SEARCH ADD SYS:\XTIER
LOAD NCPL

#Apache2 is now the admin server
ADMSRVUP
# tc4admin begin
load perl.nlm
SEARCH ADD SYS:/tomcat/4/bin
tcadmup.ncf
# tc4admin end
# tomcat4 begin
sys:/tomcat/4/bin/tomcat4.ncf
# tomcat4 end
#Added By FTP Server
#Added by FtpUpgrade
ftpstart.ncf
#Added By FTP Server END
LOAD EMBOX.NLM

SEARCH ADD SYS:system

NWAgent
netshld.ncf

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Files=50
Buffers=30
Lastdrive=Z

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file.
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C:
CD \NWSERVER
SERVER -NL


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file.
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
######## End PSM Drivers ########
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
LOAD IDECD.CDM
LOAD QLCSFTE.CDM
######## End CDM Drivers ########
LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10009
LOAD PERC2.HAM SLOT=10019
######## End HAM Drivers ########

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file.
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of SET Parameters.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

****************************************
* Communications *
****************************************

IPX CMD Mode Routing = OFF
UNAUTHORIZED IP SCAN INTERVAL = 4
DHCP TEST = OFF
DHCP DUMP = 0
DHCP GLOBAL POLL = 30
DHCP DEBUG = 1
IPMGMT Debug = OFF
IPSEC maximum incoming queue length = 0
IPSEC maximum incoming WorkToDos = 0
SPX Maximum Window Size = 0
SPXS Clear Blocked Queue = 30
SPXS Debug All Messages = 0
SPXS Connection Tear Down Debug = 1
SPXS Connection Setup Debug = 1
NIRMan Transaction Time-out Period = 10
IPMGMT Push Pull Interval = 2
IPMGMT Fetch Expiry Time = 5
Do Not Initialize IPXCP = OFF
RIP Track Log = OFF
SAP Track Log = OFF
IPXRTR Debug = OFF
Always Pace SAP = OFF
IPXCP Support = OFF
Required Network For Services = OFF
IPX WAN Client Validation = OFF
Load Balance Local LAN = OFF
ISLL Delay = OFF
Force RIP SAP Updates = OFF
NLSP Log = ON
NLSP Packet Drop Rate = 0
NLSP Update Bindery = ON
Global Reset Router = OFF
NLSP Mem Fail Rate = 0
ISLL Log = OFF
ISLL EnterDebugger = OFF
IPX Exit Node =
IPX WAN Client Spoofing Time = 14 MIN 59.7 SEC
ISDB Debug = 0
RIP Debug = 0
ISUL Debug = 0
ISLL TD = 0 SEC
ISLL Debug = OFF
Maximum Pending TCP Connection Requests = 128
PGM Socket Send Buffer Size = 409600
BSD Socket default Buffer Size in Bytes = 32768
Tcp Sockets Debug = 0
Discard Oversized Ping Packets = ON
Largest Ping Packet Size = 10240
Tcp IPCP Debug = 0
Tcp WAN Debug = 0
Tcp ICMP Debug = 0
Tcp ECB Debug = 0
Tcp IP Debug = 0
Maximum Interface MTU = 576
IP Load Sharing = ON
RIP2 aggregation override = OFF
Always Allow IP Fragmentation = OFF
UDP Debug = 0
Tcp RIP Debug = 0
Tcp Arp Debug = OFF
Use Specified MTU = OFF
ip address management override = OFF
Allow IP Address Duplicates = OFF
Allow non local broadcasts = 0
TOS for IP packets = 0
Arp entry update time = 300
Arp entry expiry time = 300
Tcp Ip Maximum Small ECBs = 1024
ICMP Redirect Timeout = 3
Maximum Wait States = 1
Largest UDP Packet Size = 16384
Discard Oversized UDP Packets = ON
TCP UDP Diagnostic Services = OFF
Tcp Maximum Packet Retransmission = 12
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Tcp Number Of Preallocated PCBs = 1024
TCP Sack Option = ON
TCP Large Window Option = ON
TCP Defend Land Attacks = ON
TCP Secure ISN = ON
Netlib Maximum Small ECBs = 1024
TCPIP Scheduler Inactive = OFF
DISPLAY CSL OPERATIONAL STATUS = OFF
CALL SUPPORT LAYER DEBUG = OFF
Enable Packet Burst Statistics Screen = OFF
Maximum RIP SAP Events = 100
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Dead Connection Timeout = 4.9 SEC
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Disable Watchdog Process = OFF
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Console Display Watchdog Logouts = OFF
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Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 2000
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* Memory *
****************************************

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VM Garbage Collector Looks = 10000
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Nonlocked Minimum Pages = 5
Low Grow Rate = 2
High Grow Rate = 8
Maximum Pages To Trim = 10
Dynamic Age Quantum = OFF
Engage Ager = ON
APT Free Dirty Page Threshold = 1000
APT Free Clean Page Threshold = 50
VM Debug Screen = OFF
File Service Memory Optimization = 1
Restart Server on Address Space Cleanup Failure = OFF
Memory Protection Abend After Restart Count = OFF
Memory Protection Restart Count = 1
Memory Protection No Restart Interval = 1
Memory Protection Fault Cleanup = ON
VM Allocation Information = OFF
VM Cache Pool Percentage = 80
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Upper Page IO Threshold = 32
Maximum RSS Pages = 5000
Max Deficit = 256
FS Cache Pool Transfer In Yield Type = 0
FS Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer Out = 4
FS Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer In = 4
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer Out = 5
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer In = 5
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages = 1000
FS Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer Out = 10
FS Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer In = 10
FS Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer Out = 20000
FS Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer In = 2000
FS Cache Pool LRU Medium = 30
FS Cache Pool LRU Low = 45
FS Cache Pool LRU High = 60
FS Cache Pool Lots of Pages = 1500
FS Cache Pool Desired Pages = 1250
FS Cache Pool Constrain Transfer Out Type = 1
FS Cache Pool Constrain Transfer In Type = 1
FS Cache Pool Blocks Transferred In Before Yield = 10
Dynamic VM Versus Cache Subsystem Differential = OFF
Dynamic Maximum RSS = OFF
Desired VM Versus Cache Subsystem Differential = 0
Deficit Age = 10
Cache Pool Thread Yield Type = 0
Cache Pool Thread Timeout = 5
Cache Pool Pages Transferred Before Yield = 100
Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer Out = 4
Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer In = 4
Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer Out = 5
Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer In = 5
Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer Out = 10
Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer In = 10
Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer Out = 20000
Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer In = 10000
Constrain Pages To Transfer Out Type = 0
Constrain Pages To Transfer = 0
Cache Pool Block Transfer Mode = ON
Average Page In Alert Threshold = 2000
Logical Space Compression = ON
Garbage Collection Interval = 5 MIN
Alloc Memory Check Flag = OFF
Reserved Buffers Below 16 Meg = 300
Jiggle Memory = OFF
Check Cache = OFF

****************************************
* Traditional File System *
****************************************

Volume Log File State = 1
Volume TTS Log File State = 1
Volume Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Volume TTS Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
TTS Screen = OFF
Auto TTS Backout Flag = ON
TTS Abort Dump Flag = OFF
TTS UnWritten Cache Wait Time = 1 MIN 5.9 SEC
TTS Backout File Truncation Wait Time = 59 MIN 19.2 SEC
Dirty Directory Cache Delay Time = 0.5 SEC
Directory Cache Allocation Wait Time = 2.2 SEC
Directory Cache Buffer NonReferenced Delay = 5.5 SEC
Maximum Directory Cache Buffers = 2000
Minimum Directory Cache Buffers = 500
Maximum Number Of Internal Directory Handles = 100
Maximum Number Of Directory Handles = 20
Open Callback Timeout = 29.7 SEC
Maximum Record Locks Per Connection = 500
Maximum File Locks Per Connection = 2500
Maximum Record Locks = 20000
Maximum File Locks = 200000
Maximum Rights Vector Entry Pool = 128
Read Ahead Enabled = ON
Read Ahead LRU Sitting Time Threshold = 10 SEC
Minimum File Cache Buffers = 20
Maximum Concurrent Disk Cache Writes = 750
Dirty Disk Cache Delay Time = 3.3 SEC
Minimum File Cache Report Threshold = 20
Maximum Concurrent opens per file and connection = 10000
Maximum Wait Time For Limbo Space during Volume Mount = 19.8 SEC
Automatically Repair Bad Volumes = ON
Check SubAllocation = OFF
Minimum File Delete Wait Time = 1 MIN 5.9 SEC
File Delete Wait Time = 5 MIN 29.6 SEC
Allow Deletion Of Active Directories = ON
Maximum Percent of Volume Space allowed for Extended Attributes = 10
Maximum Extended Attributes per File or Path = 16
Purge Files On Dismount = OFF
Fast Volume Mounts = ON
Maximum Percent Of Volume Used By Directory = 13
Maximum Subdirectory Tree Depth = 25
Volume Low Warn All Users = ON
Volume Low Warning Reset Threshold = 256
Volume Low Warning Threshold = 256
Turbo FAT Re-Use Wait Time = 5 MIN 29.6 SEC
Compress Screen = OFF
Allow Unowned Files To Be Extended = ON
Auto Mount Mirrored Volume Containing Inactive Device = ON

****************************************
* Common File System *
****************************************

Maximum Transactions = 10000
Maximum Concurrent Directory Cache Writes = 75
Immediate Purge Of Deleted Files = OFF
Compression Daily Check Stop Hour = 6
Compression Daily Check Starting Hour = 0
Minimum Compression Percentage Gain = 20
Enable File Compression = ON
Maximum Concurrent Compressions = 2
Convert Compressed To Uncompressed Option = 1
Decompress Percent Disk Space Free To Allow Commit = 10
Decompress Free Space Warning Interval = 31 MIN 18.5 SEC
Deleted Files Compression Option = 1
Days Untouched Before Compression = 14

****************************************
* Novell Storage Services *
****************************************

Number of buffers reserved per Encrypted Volume = 50
Mount ISO 9660 multi disc set as one CDDVD volume = OFF
NSS Loads UDF-bridge CD as ISO9660 volume = OFF
NSS Auto Locks CD-DVD Disc in device = OFF
NSS Leaves CD-DVD Volume Objects in NDS = 0
NSS Auto Update CD-DVD Volume Objects To NDS = OFF
Emulate Classic NetWare Directory Quotas = OFF
NSS Work To Do Count = 50
NSS Maximum Cache Balance Buffers Per Session = 1024
NSS Cache Balance Timer = 30
NSS Cache Balance Percent = 85
NSS Cache Balance Enable = ON
NSS Buffer Flush Timer = 1
NSS Minimum OS Cache Buffers = 256
NSS Minimum Cache Buffers = 512
NSS File Flush Timer = 10
NSS Closed File Cache Size = 100000
NSS Auth Cache Size = 1024
NSS ASCII Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Size = 100000
NSS Low Volume Space Alerts = ON
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Reset Threshold = 15
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Threshold = 10
NSS Above 4 Gig Memory Percent = 80

****************************************
* Disk *
****************************************

Auto scan for devices = ON
Auto load of CDM modules = ON
Sequential Elevator Depth = 8
Enable IO Handicap Attribute = OFF
Mirrored Devices Are Out Of Sync Message Frequency = 28
Remirror Block Size = 1
Concurrent Remirror Requests = 32
Ignore Partition Ownership = OFF
Ignore Disk Geometry = OFF
Multi-path Support = OFF
Enable Hardware Write Back = OFF
Enable Disk Read After Write Verify = OFF
Auto LFVMount = OFF

****************************************
* Time *
****************************************

Start Of Daylight Savings Time = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST 2:00:00 AM)
End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST 2:00:00 AM)
Daylight Savings Time Offset = +1:00:00
TIMESYNC Correction Floor = 1
TIMESYNC Configured Sources = ON
TIMESYNC DEBUG = 7
TIMESYNC Immediate Synchronization = OFF
TIMESYNC Maximum Offset = 600
TIMESYNC Offset Ceiling = 315532800
TIMESYNC Polling Count = 3
TIMESYNC Polling Interval = 600
TIMESYNC RESET = OFF
TIMESYNC Restart Flag = OFF
TIMESYNC Service Advertising = OFF
TIMESYNC Short Interval = 10
TIMESYNC Synchronization Radius = 5000
TIMESYNC Time Adjustment = None scheduled.
TIMESYNC Time Sources = 10.104.69.101; 10.104.32.2; 10.2.16.7
TIMESYNC Type = SECONDARY
TIMESYNC Max Log File Size = 1048576
TIMESYNC NTP Client Port = 0
Time Zone = CST6CDT
Default Time Server Type = Single

****************************************
* NCP *
****************************************

NCP Exclude IP Addresses = NONE
NCP Include IP Addresses = ALL
NCP over UDP = ON
NCP TCP keep alive interval = 9 MIN 53.2 SEC
Minimum NCP TCP receive window to advertise = 4096
NCP TCP receive window = 23360
Enable UDP Checksums on NCP packets = 1
Enable IPX Checksums = 1
Enable task zero checking = OFF
NCP Packet Signature Option = 1
Level 2 OpLocks Enabled = OFF
Client File Caching Enabled = OFF
NCP Protocol Preferences =
NCP File Commit = ON
Display NCP Bad Component Warnings = OFF
Reject NCP Packets with bad components = OFF
Display NCP Bad Length Warnings = OFF
Reject NCP Packets with bad lengths = OFF
Maximum Outstanding NCP Searches = 51
Allow Remote Command Line Processing = 0
Allow Change To Client Rights = ON
Allow LIP = ON

****************************************
* Miscellaneous *
****************************************

Server Failure Notification Name =
Delay EOI Threshold = 200
Delay EOI = ON
RollCall Trace Screen = OFF
Display Incomplete IPX Packet Alerts = ON
Enable SECURE.NCF = OFF
Allow Audit Passwords = OFF
CDBE Flush Time = 4 MIN 56.6 SEC
Enable Event Report Screen = OFF
Command Line Prompt Default Choice = ON
Command Line Prompt Time out = 10
Sound Bell For Alerts = ON
Replace Console Prompt With Server Name = ON
Alert Message Nodes = 20
Classic Work To Do Pre Check Flag = 20
Worker Thread Execute In A Row Count = 10
Halt System On Invalid Parameters = OFF
Display Relinquish Control Alerts = OFF
Display Old API Names = OFF
CPU Hog Timeout Amount = 1 MIN
Developer Option = OFF
Display Spurious Interrupt Alerts Threshold = 200
Display Lost Interrupt Alerts Threshold = 10
Display Spurious Interrupt Alerts = OFF
Display Lost Interrupt Alerts = OFF
Pseudo Preemption Count = 40
Global Pseudo Preemption = ON
Minimum Service Processes = 300
Maximum Service Processes = 750
Allow Unencrypted Passwords = OFF

****************************************
* Error Handling *
****************************************

Server Log File State = 1
Server Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Boot Error Log File State = 3
Boot Error Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Boot Error Log = ON
Hung Unload Wait Delay = 30 SEC
Auto Restart Down Timeout = 180
Auto Restart After Abend Delay Time = 2
Auto Restart After Abend = 2

****************************************
* Directory Services *
****************************************

NDS trace to screen = OFF
NDS trace to file = OFF
NDS Trace Filename = SYSTEM\DSTRACE.DBG
NDS Enable Login Updates = ON
ttf = OFF
DSTrace =
Bindery Context =
NDS external reference life span = 192
NDS inactivity synchronization interval = 60
NDS synchronization restrictions = OFF
NDS servers status = UP/DOWN
NDS janitor interval = 720
NDS Distributed reference link interval = 780
NDS Login Updates Delay = 5
NDS Bindery QOS mask = 8
NDS Bindery QOS delay = 150
NDS backlink interval = 780
NDS trace file length to zero = OFF
NDS bootstrap address =
Check Equivalent To Me = OFF
Default Tree Name = NEWNS

****************************************
* Multiprocessor *
****************************************

System Threshold = 1536
Auto Clear Interrupt Statistics = ON
Auto Start Processors = ON

****************************************
* Service Location Protocol *
****************************************

SLP Exclude IP Addresses = NONE
SLP Include IP Addresses = ALL
SLP Agent IP Address = FIRST
SLP API Handicap = 50
SLP Maximum Memory Percent = 15
SLP Cache Timeout = 120
SLP Enable UA Multicast = ON
SLP Version Mode = 0
SLP Register nwserver = ON
SLP nwserver NLM names = OFF
SLP Maximum WTD = 32
SLP Maximum WTD Queue = 15000
SLP Reset = OFF
SLP Scope List = cooper
SLP Static Scope List = ON
SLP Close Idle TCP Connections Time = 300
SLP DA Heart Beat Time = 10800
SLP DA Event Timeout = 15
SLP MCA Timeout = 16
SLP SA Default Lifetime = 3600
SLP Retry Count = 3
SLP Debug = 0
SLP Rediscover Inactive Directory Agents = 60
SLP Multicast Radius = 255
SLP DA Discovery Options = 15
SLP MTU Size = 1450
SLP Broadcast = OFF
SLP TCP = OFF

****************************************
* Power Management *
****************************************

Power Button Mode = 1
Power Down Delay = 30 SEC
Server Power Down Options = 30 SEC

****************************************
* Licensing Services *
****************************************

NLS Search Type = 1
NLS REPORT DATA = ON
NLSTRACE DETAIL = 1
Store NetWare 5 Conn SCL MLA usage in NDS = OFF
NLSTRACE = 0

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Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> Set client file caching enabled =off
> Set level 2 oplocks enabled = off
>
> and reboot. You should also plan going to nw65sp3, nw65os3a and n65nss3a
> ASAP.

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Re: High disk usage

You can do them one server at a time, but they are very safe and stable,
we are recommending them for every single NW 6.5 server. In SP2 there
are severe memory management issues which are resolved in the patches I
mention, and could well be the cause of your problems.
--
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Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
http://support.novell.com/forums
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Re: High disk usage

Looking at this, you also need to update your PERC2 drivers and firmware
to 2.81; it's critical these both be done at the same time.

And your B57 driver is hard-set to 100FD, which should never be done.
Set it, and the switch/router port its connected to, to autonegotiate.
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http://support.novell.com/forums
(Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail)

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Re: High disk usage

would you suggest that with all Nic cards or just this model? I thought
years ago the wisdom was to hard code both ends to 100 full and not do
auto. And then again I could be remembering it wrong. I have done that a
few times.

Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> Looking at this, you also need to update your PERC2 drivers and firmware
> to 2.81; it's critical these both be done at the same time.
>
> And your B57 driver is hard-set to 100FD, which should never be done.
> Set it, and the switch/router port its connected to, to autonegotiate.

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Re: High disk usage

All NICs should be set to autoneg; 100FD is not an industry standard and
there's no guarantee two devices set to it will actually be at the same
setting. Both Autoneg and 100HD are industry standards. If two devices
fail to negotiate successfully when in autoneg mode, one of them is
faulty; until it is replaced or fixed you can set both to 100HD.
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Re: High disk usage

I am on Dell's site and I can only find daptec PERC2, PERC2/Si,
PERC3/Si, PERC3/Di, v.2.8.0.5973, A14. The driver is Adaptec PERC2,
PERC2/Si, PERC3/Si, PERC3/Di, v.2.8.0.6075, A01.

Is there a different place I should look? We updated to that awhile back
and THAT cleared up a lot of issues with our NSS issues.

Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> Looking at this, you also need to update your PERC2 drivers and firmware
> to 2.81; it's critical these both be done at the same time.
>
> And your B57 driver is hard-set to 100FD, which should never be done.
> Set it, and the switch/router port its connected to, to autonegotiate.

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Re: High disk usage

2.80 is the latest I think, Andrew may be thinking of the 2.70/2.71 saga
where 2.70 was not great and 2.71 was alright.

Cheers Dave


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Re: High disk usage

I should look closer. The firmware and driver is still 2.8.0 but they
are newer, not 2.8.1 but still newer. My bad.

I double checked and the firmware is newer on Dell. I recently updated
to 2.0.8.0.6092 A9 and it looks like they now have 2.0.8.0.6095 A10.

The driver does look updated as well. The one I used before was dated
11/4/2003 there is now one dated 04/14/2004.

The Perc firmware is only under the perc 3/si but that I what I used
last time but I think I actually have a perc 2 or perc 2/si. The only
thing that look different is it lists power vault.

Description
This software contains the v2.8.0.6095 Firmware for the PowerEdge
PE2650/PowerVault PV775N PERC 3/Di controller; Dell vA10.

Supported Device(s)
PERC3/Di

I will apply the OS patches over the weekend as we have one server that
has had an NSS dismount several times in the last two weeks. The others
got better after the last round of Perc firware updates.

Let me know what you think about this firware update. If I can apply it
to my system.

Thanks

Dave Parkes wrote:
> 2.80 is the latest I think, Andrew may be thinking of the 2.70/2.71 saga
> where 2.70 was not great and 2.71 was alright.
>
> Cheers Dave
>
>

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Re: High disk usage

You need whatever is listed for the 2/Si. Dell call all their controllers
Perc, but some are Adaptec and some are LSI, just looking under the server
on the Dell support site should get you the right drivers/firmware - what
server is it ?

Cheers Dave


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Re: High disk usage

We're having a very similar problem with high current disk requests.
(NW6.5sp3+)
A reboot always works - but the problem comes back every few weeks.
I've determined that it is access to a certain volume - causes the issue
every time - the server becomes very unresponsive.
This has been determined because our volume is on a SAN and shows up on many
different cluster nodes.
Good suggestions I've had are: run a poolrepair, purge more often, check
disk related drivers/hardware.
Time will tell for us.

Good luck,
Graham

"Dave Parkes" <Dave@Norgren.co.uk> wrote in message
news:xn0e67rs43or4u201b@support-forums.novell.com...
> You need whatever is listed for the 2/Si. Dell call all their controllers
> Perc, but some are Adaptec and some are LSI, just looking under the server
> on the Dell support site should get you the right drivers/firmware - what
> server is it ?
>
> Cheers Dave
>
>
> --
>
> Dave Parkes [NSCS]
> Occasionally resident at http://support-forums.novell.com/



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