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Legato and NWLIB6G

We have installed SP5, NSS5A, TSAUP19 and updated SERVER.EXE on several NW
6.5 servers. We have also upgraded the Legato agent to 7.2.1. It works
fine on every server except one. When we launch Networker, server abends
with "Abend on P00: Deadlock detected waiting for spinlock currently owned
by CPU 00". Running process in NETWORKER.NLM's ma process. This server
has no other problems other than trying to launch Networker. Called
Legato and they suggested installing NWLIB6F. 6F is no longer available
for download, it's been replaced by 6G which is still beta. Why does
Novell replace an update with a new one and keep it in beta status? VERY
annoying! Anyway, has anyone used NWLIB6G with Legato? Any problems? I
also think the Legato problem may be something other than NWLIB. Tried re-
installing Legato 7.2.1 but that did not fix. Considering re-applying SP5
and other patches just in case something got hosed there. Thanks,

-Chuck
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Re: Legato and NWLIB6G

> Anyway, has anyone used NWLIB6G with Legato?

Yep, using it here successfully for the past few weeks.

ajs
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Tony Skalski
Systems Administrator
ajs.NOSPAM@stolaf.edu
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St. Olaf College 1510 St. Olaf Avenue
Information and Northfield, MN
Instructional Technologies 55057-1097
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Re: Legato and NWLIB6G

Hi,

we use it (libc6g, which fixed the saveset all bug) too, but we have many
other problems with the 7.2.1 Client !

I have actual 12 Escalations open. Development in india is directly
involved.
Especially recovery with huge index sizes causing verry strange behaviors
incl. totally server crashes.
We are not able to do a full directed volume recover !

I created a page with all actual importent networker patches for netware
client

http://www.eckertweb.de/legato/legato.htm

Cheers
Andreas
"Tony Skalski" <ajs@stolaf.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:44B5260D.1030409@stolaf.edu...
> > Anyway, has anyone used NWLIB6G with Legato?

>
> Yep, using it here successfully for the past few weeks.
>
> ajs
> --
> Tony Skalski
> Systems Administrator
> ajs.NOSPAM@stolaf.edu
> -------------------------------------------------------
> St. Olaf College 1510 St. Olaf Avenue
> Information and Northfield, MN
> Instructional Technologies 55057-1097
> =======================================================



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Legato and NWLIB6G

Thanks for the info. I'll check out your page.

-Chuck

> Hi,
>
> we use it (libc6g, which fixed the saveset all bug) too, but we have

many
> other problems with the 7.2.1 Client !
>
> I have actual 12 Escalations open. Development in india is directly
> involved.
> Especially recovery with huge index sizes causing verry strange

behaviors
> incl. totally server crashes.
> We are not able to do a full directed volume recover !
>
> I created a page with all actual importent networker patches for netware
> client
>
> http://www.eckertweb.de/legato/legato.htm
>
> Cheers
> Andreas
> "Tony Skalski" <ajs@stolaf.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:44B5260D.1030409@stolaf.edu...
> > > Anyway, has anyone used NWLIB6G with Legato?

> >
> > Yep, using it here successfully for the past few weeks.
> >
> > ajs
> > --
> > Tony Skalski
> > Systems Administrator
> > ajs.NOSPAM@stolaf.edu
> > -------------------------------------------------------
> > St. Olaf College 1510 St. Olaf Avenue
> > Information and Northfield, MN
> > Instructional Technologies 55057-1097
> > =======================================================

>
>


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