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SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Please help.

After installed NW 6.0 SP5 on top of NW 6 SP2, tape backup can not operate
with Veritas BackupExec 9.1 The tape backup sometimes can backedup 200MB
data as well verified as normal complete, sometimes hung after backuped up
200MB data that tape drive did not response at all and hung the server as
well. The error message from BackupExec is "SCSI bus timeout". The server
backup was fine before applied SP5.

Here is the file of "startup.ncf"
load MPS14.psm
load IDECD.CDM
load SCSIHD.cdm
load nwaspi.cdm
load IDEATA.HAM port=1F0 int=E
load IDEATA.HAM port=170 int=F
load LSI_U3NW.ham slot=10008
load LSI_U3NW.HAM slot=10009

I have tried reinstall Backupexec 9.1 build 1158 but did not work.
Should replace the SCSI driver with old one which was working(came with
SP2) before applied SP5?

Please advice me how to fix it.

Thank you.
Juliana


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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Before a back rev on the drivers (which might be in order here) a
question about what you are supporting here for storage.

Do you have IDE hard drives in the mix? (You are loading both the
primary and secondary IDE controllers).

Also, what sort of tape drive?




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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Thank you very much for you reply.

There is no IDE hard drives but CD-ROM. The stand-alone tape drive is SONY
SDT-10000, SCSI controller is LSI 53C1010-33 Ultra160/Ultra3.

There is big problem of the server that free space is very lower(%7) due
to purgeable space(%30) is not able to be purged. I have a good backup so
that I can run POOL rebuild to fix the problem of purgeable space issue.

If you don't mind to read, the part of CONFIG.TXT from the server as
followed. Please help me!!

Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: COMMUNICATION
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Sun, Apr 2, 2006 4:48 pm
Novell File Server Configuration Report. [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.7]

Novell NetWare 5.60.05 May 27, 2004
(C) Copyright 1983-2003 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: COMMUNICATION
OS Version................: v5.60
OS revision number........: 5
Product Version...........: v6.00
Product Revision Number...: 5
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 0:19:46:21
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: 0B5B4B03h
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 2047.61 MB or 2147069952 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 82730
Original cache buffers....: 523228
Current Cache Buffers.....: 305200
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 0:19:46:21
Current FSP's.............: 8
Current MP FSP's..........: 73
Current Receive Buffers...: 2000
Directory cache buffers...: 0
Workstations Connected....: 16
Max Workstations Connected: 17
Server language...........: ENGLISH (4)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 2
Server DOS Country ID.....: 1
Server DOS Code Page......: 437

*********************************************************************
Top of Modules List 258 Modules Loaded.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
AD_ASPI.NLM v7.50 Feb. 17, 2006 Backup Exec ASPI Device Driver
for NetWare
AFPTCP.NLM v1.00.04 Sep. 6, 2001 Novell Native File Access for
Macintosh
AIO.NLM v7.00.07 Nov. 17, 2003 NetWare Asynchronous I/O Library
AIOPS2.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 PS/2 Mouse Port Driver
ANTISPAM.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 ANTISPAM - Antispam Agent for
GWAVA (build 3)
APACHEC.NLM v1.03 May. 10, 2004 Apache Core
ARCLIB.NLM v7.20.17 Feb. 26, 2004 (Arclib) CA antivirus archive
extraction library
AVENGINE.NLM v23.71 Oct. 16, 2005 Anti-Virus Scanning Engine
Library v23.71
B2D.NLM v7.50 Aug. 10, 2005 Symantec Backup To Disk Device
Driver
BECDM.CDM v7.50 Feb. 7, 2006 Symantec Basic Translator CDM
BECLIENT.NLM v9.10 Jul. 29, 2005 Backup Exec - Administration
Console
BEPSVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - NCPE Server
BESRVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Job Server
BKUPEXEC.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec SureStart
BSDSOCK.NLM v6.10.04 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
CACHKSGN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (CaChkSgn) eTrust Antivirus
signing stub library
CALNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCalls Runtime Library
CCS.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Controlled Cryptography Services
from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM v6.00 May. 10, 2004 NetWare Configuration DB Engine
CE100B.LAN v8.06 Feb. 5, 2004 Intel(R) 8255x-based Network
Connection
CIFS.NLM v1.50 Apr. 1, 2004 CIFS - MS Windows File System for
NetWare
CIFSPROX.NLM v1.30 Feb. 20, 2004 NMAS Proxy for CIFS - MS Windows
File System for NetWare
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
COMDAT.NLM v7.50 Jul. 26, 2005 Backup Exec - Common DAT Target
Handler
COMN.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Common Support Layer (COMN)
(Build 2350 MP)
CONFIG.NLM v3.10.07 Apr. 19, 2004 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 May. 7, 2003 NetWare Processor Checking Utility
CRON.NLM v1.70 Jun. 8, 1998 NetWare Scheduler
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
DFSLIB.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 DFS Common Library (Build 281 MP)
DIAG500.NLM v3.00 May. 11, 2004 Diagnostic/coredump utility for
NetWare 5.x/6.x
DISTCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (DistCfg) eTrust Antivirus
distribution configuration library
DPLSV386.NLM v1.11 May. 21, 2004 NetWare 5.x, 6.x Distributed
Print Library - DPLSV386
DPRPCNLM.NLM v3.00.14 Jun. 11, 2003 Novell NDPS RPC Library NLM
DS.NLM v10350.30 Dec. 15, 2003 Novell eDirectory Version 8.6.2
SMP
DSAPI.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare DSEvent Runtime Library
DSLOADER.NLM v10330.03 Aug. 11, 2002 Novell Directory Services Version
8.6.2 Loader
DXEVENT.NLM v10210.42 Dec. 4, 2001 DirXML Event Module for Novell
eDirectory 8.6.1
ETHERTSM.NLM v3.89 Jan. 27, 2003 Novell Ethernet Topology Specific
Module
ETRUSTAV.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (etrustav) eTrust Antivirus
console application
FILESYS.NLM v5.13 Apr. 2, 2004 NetWare File System NLM
FONTMN.NLM v2.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 FONTMN - Java 1.2 Font Manager
FPSM.NLM v5.90.01 Dec. 12, 2000 Novell Floating-Point Support
Module for NLMs [debugging, 0A10]
GAMS.NLM v1.13.01 Jun. 21, 2002 Graded Authentication Management
Service
GWAVADB.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVASQL for NetWare (build 3)
GWAVAOSA.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA - OS Support Library (build
5)
GWENN3.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 24, 2002 GroupWise Engine
GWIA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 17, 2002 GroupWise Internet Agent
GWMTA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Message Transfer Agent
GWMTAVS.NLM v6.05 Jan. 10, 2003 GroupWise MTA (release version)
GWPOA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Post Office Agent
HOSTMIB.NLM v5.00.13 Apr. 27, 2004 NetWare 5.x/6.x Host Resources MIB
HTTPSTK.NLM v2.02 Mar. 26, 2004 Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM v1.18.07 Jun. 24, 2003 Novell Hardware Insertion/Removal
Detection
ICELIB.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM Dynamic Library - 1.1 for
Netware
ICEWM.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM - 1.1 for Netware
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
INCONFIG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InConfig) eTrust Antivirus
antivirus configuration library
INDRVCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InDrvCfg) eTrust Antivirus
driver configuration library
INOALERT.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoAlert) eTrust Antivirus alert
library
INOCDB.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InocDB) eTrust Antivirus
database library
INOCORE.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (Inocore) eTrust Antivirus queue
managament library
INOOEM.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoOEM) eTrust Antivirus version
configuration library
INOOEMS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoOEMS) eTrust Antivirus
version configuration string table
INOSCAN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoScan) eTrust Antivirus scan
API library
INOTASK.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoTask) eTrust Antivirus task
scheduler
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.NLM v4.10.01 Feb. 12, 1998 NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.NLM v5.60 Nov. 21, 2001 NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol Stack NLM
JAVA.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Novell JVM Version 1.3.1_10
Build 04061602
JCLNT.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native (Build
1.1.1042)
JCLNTR.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native Resources
(Build 1.1.1042)
JNDPS.NLM v4.00 May. 15, 2004 Native Wrapper Java Class
Libraries for NDPS
JNET.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java net (based on 1.3)
JSMSG.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream Message Layer (Build
376 MP)
JSOCK.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 Support For Java Sockets
JSOCK6X.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 NetWare 6.x Support For Java
Sockets
JSTCP.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream TCP Transpor
JVM.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvm (based on 1.3)
JVMLIB.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvmlib (based on 1.3)
LBURP.NLM v10210.44 Nov. 20, 2001 LDAP Bulkload Update/Replication
Protocol service extension for Novell eDirectory 8.6.
LDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (Clib version)
LDAPXS.NLM v2.07 Jul. 18, 2002 NetWare Extension Server for LDAP
SDK
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 v3.05 May. 10, 2004 Generic Library used by NSS
(Build 95 MP)
LIBWINC.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (libwinc) eTrust Antivirus Win32
emulation library
LOCNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWLocale Runtime Library
LSAPI.NLM v5.02 Jan. 7, 2003 NLS LSAPI Library
LSI_U3NW.HAM v5.03.12 Mar. 14, 2003 LSI Logic Ultra3 NWPA-HAM SCSI
Driver.
LSL.NLM v4.81 May. 7, 2004 Novell NetWare Link Support Layer
LSMCIFS.NLM v1.00 Sep. 18, 2001 NMAS Login Server Module for
CIFS - MS Windows File System for NetWare
MAL.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Media Access Layer (MAL)
(Build 458 MP)

......

Top of Storage Device Configuration Information
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
0x0001 [V025-A0-D0:0] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
0x0002 [V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
0x0005 [V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
0x0003 [V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0007 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0011 [V355-A1-D0:0-P88E0] Free Partition Space
0x000A [V355-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x000B [V355-A1-D0:0-P5E2] NSS Partition
0x000C Hotfixed Partition
0x000D Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x3481918A]
0x000E [V355-A1-D0:0-P2CFB] NSS Partition
0x000F Hotfixed Partition
0x0010 Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x34819188]
0x0004 [V355-A1-D1:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0006 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0009 [V355-A1-D1:0-P5E2] Free Partition Space
0x0008 [V355-A1-D1:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition

Storage Device Details:
[V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: IDEATA.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 37
Adapter number...........: 0
Primary port address.....: 170
Primary port length......: 8
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: F
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] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0001
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

[V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0002
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: LSI_U3NW.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 853
Adapter number...........: 1
Primary port address.....: A400
Primary port length......: 100
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 9
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10009
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0040
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0005
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic tape
Capacity....................: 0 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 0
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 0
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: Yes
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 8
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

[V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0003
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 34816 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 4467
Block size, in bytes........: 4294966784
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..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled




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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Please download fconfig13.exe from the file finder at
support.novell.com. Extract Config.nlm from it and copy that to SYS:SYSTEM .

On the console do LOAD CONFIG /jumba1se, and wait until the output file
CONFIG.TXT gets created (on NW 6.x this message only appears on the
Logger screen). Please post that file here, with any public IP addresses
and RConsole passwords edited out. Thank you.
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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

OK -- well killing off the secondary reference to the IDE controller is
definitely something to do.

I have seen some reports regarding LSI controllers and tape drives
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Thank you, please see CONFIG.TXT created by new config.nlm.


Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: COMMUNICATION
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Mon, Apr 3, 2006 11:00 am
Novell File Server Configuration Report. [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.13]

Novell NetWare 5.60.05 May 27, 2004
(C) Copyright 1983-2003 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: COMMUNICATION
OS Version................: v5.60
OS revision number........: 5
Product Version...........: v6.00
Product Revision Number...: 5
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 1:13:58:15
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: 0B5B4B03h
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 2047.61 MB or 2147069952 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 82730
Original cache buffers....: 523228
Current Cache Buffers.....: 345458
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 1:13:58:15
Current FSP's.............: 8
Current MP FSP's..........: 82
Current Receive Buffers...: 2000
Directory cache buffers...: 0
Workstations Connected....: 20
Max Workstations Connected: 45
Server language...........: ENGLISH (4)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 2
Server DOS Country ID.....: 1
Server DOS Code Page......: 437

***************************************************************************
***
Top of Modules List 259 Modules Loaded.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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AD_ASPI.NLM v7.50 Feb. 17, 2006 Backup Exec ASPI Device
Driver for NetWare
AFPTCP.NLM v1.00.04 Sep. 6, 2001 Novell Native File Access
for Macintosh
AIO.NLM v7.00.07 Nov. 17, 2003 NetWare Asynchronous I/O
Library
AIOPS2.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 PS/2 Mouse Port Driver
ANTISPAM.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 ANTISPAM - Antispam Agent
for GWAVA (build 3)
APACHEC.NLM v1.03 May. 10, 2004 Apache Core
ARCLIB.NLM v7.20.17 Feb. 26, 2004 (Arclib) CA antivirus
archive extraction library
AVENGINE.NLM v23.71 Oct. 16, 2005 Anti-Virus Scanning Engine
Library v23.71
B2D.NLM v7.50 Aug. 10, 2005 Symantec Backup To Disk
Device Driver
BECDM.CDM v7.50 Feb. 7, 2006 Symantec Basic Translator CDM
BECLIENT.NLM v9.10 Jul. 29, 2005 Backup Exec - Administration
Console
BEPSVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - NCPE Server
BESRVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Job Server
BKUPEXEC.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec SureStart
BSDSOCK.NLM v6.10.04 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
CACHKSGN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (CaChkSgn) eTrust Antivirus
signing stub library
CALNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCalls Runtime
Library
CCS.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Controlled Cryptography
Services from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM v6.00 May. 10, 2004 NetWare Configuration DB
Engine
CE100B.LAN v8.06 Feb. 5, 2004 Intel(R) 8255x-based Network
Connection
CIFS.NLM v1.50 Apr. 1, 2004 CIFS - MS Windows File
System for NetWare
CIFSPROX.NLM v1.30 Feb. 20, 2004 NMAS Proxy for CIFS - MS
Windows File System for NetWare
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
COMDAT.NLM v7.50 Jul. 26, 2005 Backup Exec - Common DAT
Target Handler
COMN.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Common Support Layer
(COMN) (Build 2350 MP)
CONFIG.NLM v3.10.13 Mar. 6, 2006 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 May. 7, 2003 NetWare Processor Checking
Utility
CRON.NLM v1.70 Jun. 8, 1998 NetWare Scheduler
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
DFSLIB.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 DFS Common Library (Build
281 MP)
DIAG500.NLM v3.00 May. 11, 2004 Diagnostic/coredump utility
for NetWare 5.x/6.x
DISTCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (DistCfg) eTrust Antivirus
distribution configuration library
DPLSV386.NLM v1.11 May. 21, 2004 NetWare 5.x, 6.x Distributed
Print Library - DPLSV386
DPRPCNLM.NLM v3.00.14 Jun. 11, 2003 Novell NDPS RPC Library NLM
DS.NLM v10350.30 Dec. 15, 2003 Novell eDirectory Version
8.6.2 SMP
DSAPI.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare DSEvent Runtime
Library
DSLOADER.NLM v10330.03 Aug. 11, 2002 Novell Directory Services
Version 8.6.2 Loader
DXEVENT.NLM v10210.42 Dec. 4, 2001 DirXML Event Module for
Novell eDirectory 8.6.1
ETHERTSM.NLM v3.89 Jan. 27, 2003 Novell Ethernet Topology
Specific Module
ETRUSTAV.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (etrustav) eTrust Antivirus
console application
FILESYS.NLM v5.13 Apr. 2, 2004 NetWare File System NLM
FONTMN.NLM v2.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 FONTMN - Java 1.2 Font
Manager
FPSM.NLM v5.90.01 Dec. 12, 2000 Novell Floating-Point
Support Module for NLMs [debugging, 0A10]
GAMS.NLM v1.13.01 Jun. 21, 2002 Graded Authentication
Management Service
GWAVADB.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVASQL for NetWare (build
3)
GWAVAOSA.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA - OS Support Library
(build 5)
GWENN3.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 24, 2002 GroupWise Engine
GWIA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 17, 2002 GroupWise Internet Agent
GWMTA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Message Transfer
Agent
GWMTAVS.NLM v6.05 Jan. 10, 2003 GroupWise MTA (release
version)
GWPOA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Post Office Agent
HOSTMIB.NLM v5.00.13 Apr. 27, 2004 NetWare 5.x/6.x Host
Resources MIB
HPDLTLDR.NLM v7.50 Nov. 8, 2004 Backup Exec - HP DLT Library
Target Handler
HTTPSTK.NLM v2.02 Mar. 26, 2004 Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM v1.18.07 Jun. 24, 2003 Novell Hardware
Insertion/Removal Detection
ICELIB.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM Dynamic Library - 1.1
for Netware
ICEWM.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM - 1.1 for Netware
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
INCONFIG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InConfig) eTrust Antivirus
antivirus configuration library
INDRVCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InDrvCfg) eTrust Antivirus
driver configuration library
INOALERT.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoAlert) eTrust Antivirus
alert library
INOCDB.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InocDB) eTrust Antivirus
database library
INOCORE.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (Inocore) eTrust Antivirus
queue managament library
INOOEM.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoOEM) eTrust Antivirus
version configuration library
INOOEMS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoOEMS) eTrust Antivirus
version configuration string table
INOSCAN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoScan) eTrust Antivirus
scan API library
INOTASK.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoTask) eTrust Antivirus
task scheduler
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.NLM v4.10.01 Feb. 12, 1998 NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.NLM v5.60 Nov. 21, 2001 NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol
Stack NLM
JAVA.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Novell JVM Version
1.3.1_10 Build 04061602
JCLNT.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native
(Build 1.1.1042)
JCLNTR.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native
Resources (Build 1.1.1042)
JNDPS.NLM v4.00 May. 15, 2004 Native Wrapper Java Class
Libraries for NDPS
JNET.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java net (based on 1.3)
JSMSG.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream Message Layer
(Build 376 MP)
JSOCK.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 Support For Java Sockets
JSOCK6X.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 NetWare 6.x Support For Java
Sockets
JSTCP.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream TCP Transport
Layer (Build 368 MP)
JVM.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvm (based on 1.3)
JVMLIB.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvmlib (based on 1.3)
LBURP.NLM v10210.44 Nov. 20, 2001 LDAP Bulkload
Update/Replication Protocol service extension for Novell eDirectory 8.6.
LDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (Clib
version)
LDAPXS.NLM v2.07 Jul. 18, 2002 NetWare Extension Server for
LDAP SDK
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 v3.05 May. 10, 2004 Generic Library used by NSS
(Build 95 MP)
LIBWINC.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (libwinc) eTrust Antivirus
Win32 emulation library
LOCNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWLocale Runtime
Library
LSAPI.NLM v5.02 Jan. 7, 2003 NLS LSAPI Library
LSI_U3NW.HAM v5.03.12 Mar. 14, 2003 LSI Logic Ultra3 NWPA-HAM
SCSI Driver.
LSL.NLM v4.81 May. 7, 2004 Novell NetWare Link Support
Layer
LSMCIFS.NLM v1.00 Sep. 18, 2001 NMAS Login Server Module for
CIFS - MS Windows File System for NetWare
MAL.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Media Access Layer (MAL)
(Build 458 MP)
MALHLP.NLM v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS Configure help messages
(Build 340 MP)
MANAGE.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Management Functions
(Build 265 MP)
MASV.NLM v1.37.01 Dec. 12, 2001 Mandatory Access Control
Service
MATHLIB.NLM v4.21 Oct. 14, 1999 NetWare Math Library Auto-
Load Stub
MINIRPC.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (minirpc) eTrust Antivirus
RPC emulation library
MLIB.NLM v2.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 MLIB - Java 1.3 Media Library
MM.NLM v3.03 May. 17, 2004 NetWare 6 Media Manager
MONITOR.NLM v12.01.09 May. 5, 2004 NetWare Console Monitor
MPS14.PSM v2.09.01 Aug. 11, 2003 Platform Support Module for
NetWare 5/6 and MPS v1.4 compliant systems.
MSM.NLM v4.10 Jan. 24, 2003 Novell Multi-Processor Media
Support Module
NAWT.NLM v1.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 NAWT - 1.1 Graphics
NBI.NLM v2.35.16 Jun. 9, 2004 NetWare Bus Interface
NCP.NLM v5.60 Feb. 26, 2004 NetWare Core Protocol (NCP)
Engine
NCPIP.NLM v5.64 May. 11, 2004 NetWare NCP Services over IP
NCPIPX.NLM v5.60 Jan. 22, 2004 Novell NCP/IPX Stack NLM
NCPNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
NDMPD.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 VERITAS Backup Exec NDMP
Server Module
NDSAUDIT.NLM v2.09 May. 22, 2003 Directory Services Audit
NDSILIB.NLM v15.02.24 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare NFS - eDirectory
Interface Library
NDSIMON.NLM v10220.02 Oct. 17, 2002 NDS iMonitor 1.5.5
NEB.NLM v5.61 Dec. 11, 2002 Novell Event Bus
NETDB.NLM v4.10.26 Jun. 27, 2003 Network Database Access
Module
NETLIB.NLM v6.03.01 Oct. 7, 2002 Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module
CSP9_Rel
NETNLM32.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
NFAP4NRM.NLM v1.03 Mar. 11, 2002 NFAP Simple Password
Management NLM
NFS.NAM v9.28 Aug. 21, 2000 NetWare NFS Name Space
Support
NFSADMIN.NLM v15.01.02 Oct. 27, 2003 NetWare NFS - ConsoleOne
Administration Support Module
NFSSERV.NLM v15.15.22 Mar. 19, 2004 NetWare NFS - NFS Server for
NetWare 6.0
NICISDI.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Security Domain
Infrastructure
NILE.NLM v2.01.03 Dec. 15, 2003 Novell Secure Socket
Services NLM
NIPPED.NLM v1.03.04 May. 28, 2004 NetWare 5.x, 6.x INF File
Editing Library - NIPPED
NISBIND.NLM v15.01.06 Nov. 5, 2003 NetWare NFS - NIS Client
Module
NISSERV.NLM v15.11.25 May. 11, 2004 NetWare NFS - NIS Server
NISSWDD.NLM v15.00.25 Nov. 5, 2003 NetWare NFS - NIS Password
Management Support Module
NIT.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 NetWare Interface Tools
Library for NLMs
NLDAP.NLM v10350.18 Dec. 9, 2003 LDAP v3 for Novell
eDirectory 8.6.2
NLMLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NLM Runtime Library
NLSADAPT.NLM v1.02 Nov. 15, 2001 NLSAPI Remote Adapter for
NetConsole
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 v2.65 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell Modular
Authentication Service
NMASGPXY.NLM v1.04 Dec. 3, 2003 NMAS Generic Proxy
NRLTLI.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Remote
Workstation Backup Software
NSLCGI.NLM v5.20 Apr. 9, 2001 LCGI support library
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 v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS (Novell Storage
Services) (Build 666 MP)
NSSIDK.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Pool Configuration
Manager (Build 242 MP)
NSSNMP.NLM v6.00.07 Jan. 18, 2002 NSSNMP
NSSWIN.NLM v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS ASCI Window API Library
(Build 189 MP)
NWAIF103.NLM v7.90 Aug. 8, 2001 nwaif103.nlm v7.90, Build
245 ()
NWBG.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 NWBackground
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)
NWGLOBSM.NLM v6.00.07 Jan. 18, 2002 nwglobsm Enterprise CGI
Admin Server
NWI.NLM v2.50.04 Sep. 19, 2003 NetWare Install (NWI) Module
NWIDK.NLM v3.01.01 Sep. 19, 2003 CDWare Volume Module
NWKCFG.NLM v2.16 Sep. 2, 2003 NetWare Kernel Config NLM
NWMKDE.NLM v7.90 Mar. 21, 2001 NWMKDE.NLM v7.90.230.000
NWPA.NLM v3.12.08 May. 6, 2004 NetWare 6 NetWare Peripheral
Architecture NLM
NWPALOAD.NLM v3.00 Jul. 10, 2000 NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
NWSA.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS NetWare Semantic Agent
(NWSA) (Build 1074 MP)
NWSNUT.NLM v7.00 Jun. 22, 2004 NetWare NLM Utility User
Interface
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
()
NZIP.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 Compression Agent for
NetWare (build 9)
PARTAPI.NLM v1.21 Mar. 17, 2000 Partition APIs
PKERNEL.NLM v15.01.19 May. 10, 2004 NetWare NFS - Portmapper and
RPC Module
PKI.NLM v2.70.01 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell Certificate Server
PKIAPI.NLM v2.23 Oct. 22, 2003 Public Key Infrastructure
Services
PMLODR.NLM v1.20 Jan. 23, 2003 PMLodr for NW6
POLIMGR.NLM v6.22 Feb. 27, 2004 NetWare License Policy
Manager
PORTAL.NLM v2.00.04 May. 27, 2004 NetWare Remote Manager NLM
PSVCS.NLM v230.00 Feb. 24, 2001 Portability Services
PVER500.NLM v3.00 Feb. 27, 2003 NetWare 6.XX Version Library
QUEUE.NLM v5.60 Mar. 19, 2002 NetWare Queue Services NLM
REMOTE.NLM v4.12.01 Jan. 22, 2003 NetWare Remote Console
REQUESTR.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
ROLLCALL.NLM v5.00 Jul. 27, 1998 RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
RPCBSTUB.NLM v15.00.14 Nov. 17, 2003 NetWare NFS - Portmapper &
Rpcbind co-existance Support Module
RPCMTAPI.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (RPCMtAPI) eTrust Antivirus
policy proxy client interface library
SAL.NLM v10210.65 Feb. 21, 2003 Novell System Abstraction
Layer Version 2.1.0
SAS.NLM v1.75 Mar. 13, 2004 Secure Authentication
Services
SASDFM.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 SAS Data Flow Manager
SCANLOG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (ScanLog) eTrust Antivirus
scan log library
SCANRESS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (ScanResS) eTrust Antivirus
scan API string table
SCCFI.NLM v7.50 Mar. 1, 2002 HTML Export File
Identification Module
SCCUT.NLM v7.50 May. 3, 2002 HTML Export Utility Module
SCSIHD.CDM v3.02.06 Apr. 21, 2004 Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed
Disk Custom Device Module
SECAPI.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (secAPI) eTrust Antivirus
secure RPC client interface library
SERVINST.NLM v5.00.10 Sep. 26, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x
Instrumentation
SETMD4.NLM v1.30 Feb. 20, 2004 Library of Utils for CIFS -
MS Windows File System for NetWare
SGUID.NLM v5.61 Mar. 4, 2003 NetWare 5 GUID Services
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.NLM v4.17 Jan. 23, 2004 Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP
Service
SPMNWCC.NLM v1.01 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell SPM Client for NWCC
SPXS.NLM v5.14 Jan. 18, 2000 NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol
(PTF)
STREAMS.NLM v6.00.03 Jan. 18, 2002 NetWare STREAMS PTF
SYMCJIT.NLM v3.10.21 Oct. 21, 2002 Symantec Java JIT for
Netware Java 1.3.x
TADJST.NLM v9.10 Dec. 15, 1998 NetWare - NFS product Timer
Adjustment
TCP.NLM v6.10.02 Mar. 23, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Transport module (NULL encryption)
TCPIP.NLM v6.10.06 Jun. 2, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Network module (NULL encryption)
TCPSTATS.NLM v6.00.16 Nov. 12, 2003 Web Interface for Protocol
Monitoring
THREADS.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Threads Package for
NLMs
TIMESYNC.NLM v6.04.08 May. 19, 2004 NetWare Time Synchronization
Services
TLI.NLM v4.30.02 Dec. 19, 2000 NetWare Transport Level
Interface Library
TNRLSPX.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Peer SPX
Support
TNRLTCP.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Peer TCP
Support
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
UHCIDRV.NLM v1.01.03 May. 17, 2002 Novell Universal Serial Bus
UHCI Driver
UKBDSHIM.NLM v1.00 Mar. 27, 2002 Novell USB Keyboard Shim
UMSSHIM.NLM v1.01 Dec. 17, 2001 Novell USB Mouse Shim
UNICODE.NLM v7.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare Unicode Runtime
Library (UniLib-based) [optimized]
UNICRYPT.NLM v9.11 Dec. 15, 1998 TCP/IP Encryption NLM
UNIDLL.NLM v9.10 Dec. 15, 1998 Dynamic Linker for NetWare
UNIXLIB.NLM v15.15.08 May. 10, 2004 NetWare NFS - NFS Server
Support Module for NetWare 6.0
USBIO.NLM v1.01.01 Apr. 5, 2002 Novell USB IO System
USBSHIM.NLM v1.01 Sep. 11, 2002 Novell USB Platform Shim
VERIFY.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java verify (based on 1.3)
VOLMN.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume
Manager (Build 184 MP)
VS.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA - AntiVirus Agent for
GroupWise (build 73)
VSMTPAGT.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA SMTP relay agent
(build 4)
WBKRSRCS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (wBkRsrcS) eTrust Antivirus
backend string table
WS2_32.NLM v6.21.06 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
WSPDSI.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0
NLM for Data Stream Interface
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
XENGEXP.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI Import Restricted XENG
from Novell, Inc.
XENGNUL.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI NULL XENG from Novell,
Inc.
XENGUSC.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI U.S./Worldwide XENG
from Novell, Inc.
XFSVGA.NLM v3.12 Jun. 16, 2004 XFree86 - X11R6 Server
XIDEV.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 XWindows Input Driver
XIM.XLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell NICI Signed Loader
XINIT.NLM v6.00 Jun. 16, 2004 XInit
XIS10.NLM v1.00 Nov. 14, 2001 Xis10
XLIB.NLM v11.06.01 May. 23, 2002 XFree86 4.X X11R6 Library
Build 020523
XMGR.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI XMGR from Novell, Inc.
XNGAUSC.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI U.S./Worldwide XMGR
Assistant XENG from Novell, Inc.
XSUP.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI XSUP from Novell, Inc.
ZIP.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java zip (based on 1.3)
ZLSS.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Journaled Storage System
(ZLSS) (Build 1485 MP)
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Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00E0187470E5
Board Number..: 1
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_802.2
MLID Version..: 8.06
Slot..........: 10008
I/O...........: A800h -> A81Fh
Memory........: F6800000h -> F6800FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CE100B_1_E82

Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00E0187470E5
Board Number..: 2
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_II
MLID Version..: 8.06
Slot..........: 10008
I/O...........: A800h -> A81Fh
Memory........: F6800000h -> F6800FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CE100B_1_EII

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SERVER.EXE loaded from...........: C:\NWSERVER\
SERVER.EXE version...............: 1393461 bytes 05-27-2004 11:37am
Total Space on Drive.............: 1505 MB
Available Space..................: 1398 MB

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Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
0x0001 [V025-A0-D0:0] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
0x0002 [V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
0x0005 [V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
0x0003 [V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0007 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0011 [V355-A1-D0:0-P88E0] Free Partition Space
0x000A [V355-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x000B [V355-A1-D0:0-P5E2] NSS Partition
0x000C Hotfixed Partition
0x000D Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x3481918A]
0x000E [V355-A1-D0:0-P2CFB] NSS Partition
0x000F Hotfixed Partition
0x0010 Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x34819188]
0x0004 [V355-A1-D1:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0006 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0009 [V355-A1-D1:0-P5E2] Free Partition Space
0x0008 [V355-A1-D1:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition

Storage Device Details:
[V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: IDEATA.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 37
Adapter number...........: 0
Primary port address.....: 170
Primary port length......: 8
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: F
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] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0001
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

[V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0002
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: LSI_U3NW.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 853
Adapter number...........: 1
Primary port address.....: A400
Primary port length......: 100
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 9
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10009
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0040
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0005
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic tape
Capacity....................: 0 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 0
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 0
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: Yes
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 8
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

[V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0003
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 34816 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 4467
Block size, in bytes........: 4294966784
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..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0007
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V355-A1-D0:0-P88E0] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0011
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 71762355
Size, in sectors.............: 9333

[V355-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000A
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 3084417

[V355-A1-D0:0-P5E2] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000B
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 3084480
Size, in sectors.............: 20498432

Hotfixed Partition
Media Manager object ID...........: 0x000C
Media Manager Object Type.........: Hotfix
Activated.........................: Yes
Registered........................: Yes
Functional........................: Yes
Reserved..........................: No
Logical partition.................: No
Hot Fix offset....................: 11560
Hot Fix identifier................: 0x2D5D6A3E
Total Hot Fix blocks available....: 1445
Used Hot Fix blocks...............: 0
Number of available Hot Fix blocks: 1417
System Hot Fix blocks.............: 28

Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x3481918A]
Media Manager object ID..........: 0x000D
Media Manager Object Type........: Mirror
Activated........................: Yes
Registered.......................: Yes
Functional.......................: Yes
Reserved.........................: Yes
Logical partition................: Yes
Remirroring......................: No
Mirror identifier................: 0x34835808
Number of members in mirror group: 1
Mirror member....................: 0x000C
Mirror Synchronization...........: 100%

[V355-A1-D0:0-P2CFB] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000E
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 23582912
Size, in sectors.............: 48179443

Hotfixed Partition
Media Manager object ID...........: 0x000F
Media Manager Object Type.........: Hotfix
Activated.........................: Yes
Registered........................: Yes
Functional........................: Yes
Reserved..........................: No
Logical partition.................: No
Hot Fix offset....................: 240928
Hot Fix identifier................: 0x2D5D6B14
Total Hot Fix blocks available....: 30116
Used Hot Fix blocks...............: 0
Number of available Hot Fix blocks: 29976
System Hot Fix blocks.............: 140

Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x34819188]
Media Manager object ID..........: 0x0010
Media Manager Object Type........: Mirror
Activated........................: Yes
Registered.......................: Yes
Functional.......................: Yes
Reserved.........................: Yes
Logical partition................: Yes
Remirroring......................: No
Mirror identifier................: 0x3483580A
Number of members in mirror group: 1
Mirror member....................: 0x000F
Mirror Synchronization...........: 100%

[V355-A1-D1:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0004
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 34816 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 4467
Block size, in bytes........: 4294966784
Activated...................: Yes
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..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0006
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V355-A1-D1:0-P5E2] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0009
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 3084480
Size, in sectors.............: 68687208

[V355-A1-D1:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0008
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 3084417

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***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for SYS *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 9937 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 2544018
Free Blocks................: 195679
Purgable Blocks............: 769008
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2146934722
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 764 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 3003 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

***********************************************
* 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 DATA *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 23336 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 5974060
Free Blocks................: 3056163
Purgable Blocks............: 200853
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147428390
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 11938 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 784 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF

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

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NDS Tree Name............: QUEENWEST
NDS Server Name..........:
CN=COMMUNICATION.OU=westcentral.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
NDS Version..............: v10350.30
sys:_netware attributes..: Hidden System SubDir ImmediatePurge

*.NDS files..........: 298 (255094 bytes)
*.DSD files..........: 2 (0 bytes)
*.DSB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
NDS.* files..........: 4 (4521984 bytes)
NDS*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
NDO.* files..........: 3 (4521984 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...........: T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

Partition Name...........: OU=Shout.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

Partition Name...........: OU=westcentral.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

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Top of Installed Product List
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Product ID...........: C1RPTING
Product Version......: 1.3.5
Product Description..: ConsoleOne Reporting Snapin

Product ID...........: CONSOLE1
Product Version......: 1.3.5
Product Description..: ConsoleOne 1.3.5

Product ID...........: EDIR
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: eDirectory 8.6.2 (tm)

Product ID...........: LDAP
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: LDAP Services

Product ID...........: NDS8
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: NDS eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: NFAU
Product Version......: 1.1.5
Product Description..: Native File Access for Unix

Product ID...........: NFAW
Product Version......: 1.0.2
Product Description..: Native File Access for Windows

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......: 5.0.3
Product Description..: Novell Licensing Services

Product ID...........: NMAS
Product Version......: 2.3.0
Product Description..: Novell Modular Authentication Service

Product ID...........: NTLS
Product Version......: 1.6.0
Product Description..: Novell TLS Library

Product ID...........: NWWebAdm
Product Version......: 3.6.1
Product Description..: NetWare Web Manager

Product ID...........: NWWebSrv
Product Version......: 3.6.1
Product Description..: NetWare Enterprise Web Server

Product ID...........: PERVASIV
Product Version......: 7.9.0
Product Description..: Pervasive SQL 2000i

Product ID...........: PKIS
Product Version......: 2.7.0
Product Description..: Novell Certificate Server

Product ID...........: PORTAL
Product Version......: 2.2.0
Product Description..: NetWare Remote Manager

Product ID...........: PortRes
Product Version......: 1.0.1
Product Description..: NetWare Port Resolver

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

Product ID...........: SMS
Product Version......: 1.0.9
Product Description..: Storage Management Services

Product ID...........: SPACK
Product Version......: 6.0.5
Product Description..: v5.0 Support Pack for NetWare 6.0

Product ID...........: eMFrame
Product Version......: 1.2.2
Product Description..: eDirectory iManager Service

Product ID...........: iManager
Product Version......: 1.2.2
Product Description..: eDirectory iManager Service

Product ID...........: iMonitor
Product Version......: 1.5.1
Product Description..: NDS iMonitor Services

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End of Installed Product List
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Top of Running Java Processes 2 Processes Running
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Class Name...........: org.apache.tomcat.startup.Main
Class ID.............: 274
Class State..........: Running

Class Name...........: com.novell.awt.nawt.taskbar.Taskbar
Class ID.............: 435
Class State..........: Running

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Top of Server Memory Statistics
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Allocated Memory.................: 453.3 MB
Cache Buffer Memory..............: 1349.4 MB
Cache Moveable Memory............: 0.0 MB
Cache Non-moveable Memory........: 1.3 MB
Code Memory......................: 37.3 MB
Data Memory......................: 19.0 MB
Total Work Memory................: 1860.3 MB
Other Cache Pages Memory.........: 477.8 MB
System Memory Under 4GB..........: 2047.6 MB

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Top of SM BIOS Information
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BIOS Information
Vendor.........................: Award Software, Inc.
Version........................: ASUS CUV4X-DLS ACPI BIOS Revision 1014
Starting Address Segment.......: F000h
Release Date...................: 11/02/2001
ROM Size.......................: 192 kB
ISA Supported..................: No
MCA Supported..................: No
EISA Supported.................: No
PCI Supported..................: Yes
PC Card (PCMCIA) Supported.....: No
Plug and Play Supported........: Yes
APM Supported..................: Yes
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..............: Yes
Boot From PC Card Supported....: No
EDD Supported..................: Yes
ACPI Supported.................: Yes
Legacy USB Supported...........: No
AGP Supported..................: Yes
I2O Boot Supported.............: No
LS-120 Boot Supported..........: No
ZIP Drive Boot Supported.......: No
1394 Boot Supported............: No
Smart Battery Supported........: No
BIOS Boot Spec. Supported......: No
Network Boot Supported.........: No

System Information
Manufacturer...................: System Manufacturer
Product Name...................: System Name
Version........................: System Version
Serial Number..................: SYS-1234567890
Universal Unique ID............: 0000 0000 0000 0000
Wake-up Type...................: Power Switch

Baseboard Information
Manufacturer...................: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
Product Name...................: CUV4XDLS
Version........................: REV 1.xx
Serial Number..................: xxxxxxxxxxx

System Enclosure
Manufacturer...................: Chassis Manufacture
Type...........................: Tower
Version........................: Chassis Version
Serial Number..................: Chassis Serial Number
Asset Tag Number...............: Asset-1234567890
Bootup State...................: Safe
Power Supply State.............: Safe
Thermal State..................: Safe
Security Status................: Unknown

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: PGA 370-0
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Pentium III
Processor Manufacturer.........: GenuineIntel
Processor ID...................: 0387FBFF 0000068A
Processor Version..............: Intel Pentium III Processor
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 133 MHz
Max Speed......................: 1330 MHz
Current Speed..................: 1000 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 32 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 256 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: PGA 370-1
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Pentium III
Processor Manufacturer.........: GenuineIntel
Processor ID...................: 0387FBFF 0000068A
Processor Version..............: Intel Pentium III Processor
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 133 MHz
Max Speed......................: 1330 MHz
Current Speed..................: 1000 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 32 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 256 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A

Memory Controller Information
Error Detecting Method.........: None
Error Correcting Capability....: Other
Supported Interleave...........: Unknown
Current Interleave.............: Unknown
Maximum Module Size............: 0
Supported Speeds...............: 70 ns, 60 ns, 50 ns
Supported Memory Types.........: DIMM, SDRAM
Memory Module Voltage..........: 3.3 V
Associated Memory Slots........: 4

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 1
Bank Connections...............: 0, 1
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 2
Bank Connections...............: 2, 3
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 3
Bank Connections...............: 4, 5
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 4
Bank Connections...............: 6, 7
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L1 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 32 kB
Installed Size.................: 32 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L2 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 256 kB
Installed Size.................: 256 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: PRIMARY IDE/HDD
Internal Connector Type........: On Board IDE
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SECONDARY IDE/HDD
Internal Connector Type........: On Board IDE
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: FLOPPY
Internal Connector Type........: On Board Floppy
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: USB1
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: USB2
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

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

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: PS/2 Mouse
External Connector Type........: PS/2
Port Type......................: Mouse Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Parallel Port
External Connector Type........: DB-25 pin female
Port Type......................: Parallel Port ECP/EPP

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

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Serial Port 2
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550 Compatible

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Joystick Port
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: Joy Stick Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: MIDI Port
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: MIDI Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Video Port
External Connector Type........: Mini-jack (headphones)
Port Type......................: Video Port

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 1
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 2
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 3
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 4
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 5
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: AGP
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: No
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

BIOS Language Information
Installable Languages..........: 1
Language String Format.........: Abbreviated
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........: None
Maximum Capacity...............: 1024 MB
Error Detected.................: N/A
Number of Memory Devices.......: 4

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 1
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 2
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 3
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 4
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
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End of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Net 0 Gateway 192.168.1.1 Metric 1 Passive

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
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#
# SYS:ETC\HOSTS
#
# Mappings of host names and host aliases to IP address.
#
127.0.0.1 loopback lb localhost # normal loopback address

#
# examples from Novell network
#
130.57.4.2 ta tahiti ta.novell.com loghost
130.57.6.40 osd-frog frog
130.57.6.144 sj-in5 in5
192.67.172.71 sj-in1 in1

#
# interesting addresses on the Internet
#
192.67.67.20 sri-nic.arpa nic.ddn.mil nic
26.2.0.74 wsmr-simtel20.army.mil simtel20

192.168.1.11 COMMUNICATION

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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTNAME]
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192.168.1.11

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTNAME]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\JAVA.CFG]
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JAVA_HOME=SYS:\JAVA
MGMT_HOME=SYS:\PUBLIC\MGMT
CLASSPATH=sys:\java\lib\rt.jar;sys:\java\lib\i18n.jar;sys:\java\classes;.
JAVA_FONTS=sys:\java\lib\fonts
JAVA_COMPILER=SymcJIT

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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
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#!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=CE100B NAME=CE100B_1 STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1
DRVRTYPE=LAN VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=10007
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!BEGINPORT NAME=CE100B_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=1
MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CE100B NAME=CE100B_1_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10007
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CE100B NAME=CE100B_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10007
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=TCPIP STATUS=ENABLED
LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=Yes
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IP CE100B_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=192.168.1.11
#192.168.1.11
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=IPX STATUS=ENABLED
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
#
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP 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 CE100B_1_E82 NET=1
#1
#!END
#!END

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
domain ct.com
nameserver 2.25.11.36
nameserver 20.90.16.21

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

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***
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, 130.1.1.1
;
; 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 on {
Interface {
Address 192.168.1.11
Port CE100B_1_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 192.168.1.11
Port CE100B_1_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 192.168.1.11
AddressMask 255.255.255.0
Port CE100B_1_EII
Type lan
RouterDiscovery no
SolicitationAddress multicast
NATStatus Disabled
Stubnet off
TOSStatus Disabled
TOSValue 0
ARPTimerStatus Disabled
ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
GroupedInterface no
PrimaryInterface no
LBPolicy 0
Arpable yes
NetworkAddress 192.168.1.0
}
ForwardIPSourceRouting off
NATFiltering off
Deadgatewaydetection off {
}
LoadBalancing off {
LBInterval 30
}
FaultTolerance off {
FTInterval 2
FTMinError 20
}

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---
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 1350537 bytes.
Only last 200 kbytes of file was scanned.

***************************************************************************
***
Server COMMUNICATION halted Wednesday, January 25, 2006 5:51:27.727 pm
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60c: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = BBA454C0 EBX = 00010002 ECX = FFFFFFFF EDX = 00010002
ESI = 00010002 EDI = 00000000 EBP = BE6F2F1C ESP = BE6F2EDC
EIP = FC006E50 FLAGS = 00010202
FC006E50 8B5310 MOV EDX,[EBX+10]=?
EIP in SERVER.NLM at code start +00006E50h
Access Location: 0x00010012

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
FC006E50 8B5310 MOV EDX,[EBX+10]
FC006E53 89DE MOV ESI,EBX
FC006E55 81FA121F041E CMP EDX,1E041F12
FC006E5B 7549 JNZ FC006EA6
FC006E5D 53 PUSH EBX
FC006E5E E8BDE00F04 CALL SERVER.NLM|kSpinLockDisable
FC006E63 8B4B14 MOV ECX,[EBX+14]
FC006E66 83C404 ADD ESP,00000004
FC006E69 49 DEC ECX
FC006E6A 89C7 MOV EDI,EAX



Running process: GWMTAVS 1 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: GWMTAVS.NLM
Stack pointer: BE6F21FC
OS Stack limit: BE6EA2E0
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050030 Blocked on Semaphore
Stack: --BE6F2F1C ?
--00000000 ?
--00010002 ?
--BD5253C0 ?
D6D12B12 (THREADS.NLM|_WaitOnSemaphore+26)
--00010002 ?
--00010002 ?
--BD5253C0 ?
D6D12E43 (THREADS.NLM|WaitOnLocalSemaphore+57)
--00010002 ?
--BE8D34A6 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
BE068E0D (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_NgwMSemWait+2D)
--00010002 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2F48 ?
BE06138A (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_WpeRemFixFolderDrn+6DA)
--BE8D34A6 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--00000000 ?
--BE8D34A0 ?
--BE8D34A0 ?
--BB9AAD00 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2FA8 ?
BE062B01 (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_SvrOpenIpc+F1)
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010001 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--BE8D33E0 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--BE8D336A ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2F8E ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2DF0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE8D33E0 ?
--BE8D33E0 ?
--00000008 ?
--BE8D3360 ?
--BE8D3360 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00010001 ?
--BE6F3078 ?
--BE6F303C ?
BE06851F (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_SvrInitSymbiontProc+22F)
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010001 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2FF4 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE8D1F00 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010002 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--014154D8 ?
BE0801B6 (GWENN3.NLM|?GetCurrSession%NgwIObjectFrameworkUtility%%
SAHPAVNgwIProcess%%PAPAVNgwOFOldSession%%%Z+1B66)
--BE6F01FB ?
--BE660000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BD08FC40 ?
--BE6F3030 ?
--BE6F3050 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000015 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6E4044 ?
--BE6F3E8C ?
BE6612AA (GWMTAVS.NLM|(Code Start)+2AA)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F307C ?
--BE6F3082 ?
--BE6F3078 ?
--BE6E4044 ?
--00000003 ?
--00000000 ?
--D0616040 ?
--00000000 ?

***************************************************************************
***
Server COMMUNICATION halted Saturday, April 1, 2006 1:05:59.833 am
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60.05: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = 00000046 EBX = C802B120 ECX = 004EBA90 EDX = 00000040
ESI = C802B120 EDI = 9B8752C0 EBP = 9B8752C0 ESP = 9C81EEB8
EIP = 0025F110 FLAGS = 00010046
0025F110 8B5AF8 MOV EBX,[EDX-08]=?
EIP in SERVER.NLM at code start +0005AF10h
Access Location: 0x00000038

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
0025F110 8B5AF8 MOV EBX,[EDX-08]
0025F113 83EA08 SUB EDX,00000008
0025F116 85DB TEST EBX,EBX
0025F118 0F841B010000 JZ 0025F239
0025F11E 66F7C3FF0F TEST BX,0FFF
0025F123 0F8510010000 JNZ 0025F239
0025F129 F6420401 TEST byte ptr [EDX+04],01
0025F12D 0F841A010000 JZ 0025F24D
0025F133 833D5C8E430000 CMP [SERVER.NLM|MemoryDebugCount]
=00000000,00000000
0025F13A 7514 JNZ 0025F150



Running process: Server 00:66 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: 9C81EF80
OS Stack limit: 9C817040
CPU 0 (Thread 9B8752C0) is in a NO SLEEP state
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 70700E0 Exiting OR terminated
Stack: --00000000 ?
CA28631C (ZLSS.NSS|ZFS_DoBlockWriteFromSignal+26C)
--00000000 ?
--CBB7E040 ?
--C9FE733C (MALHLP.NLM|consolescreen+231C)
--CBD16AE8 ?
--8FEBA078 ?
--9C81EEE4 ?
C9B752D1 (NSS.NLM|LB_bind+11)
--C9FE733C (MALHLP.NLM|consolescreen+231C)
--CBD16AE8 ?
--CBD16AE8 ?
--9C81EEF8 ?
CA262926 (ZLSS.NSS|writeCommitRecord+56)
--9A7C63E8 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
CA0154AC (COMN.NSS|BEASTHASH_enqNotInUseBeasts+3C)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--9C81EF20 ?
CA01707E (COMN.NSS|COMN_Release+E)
--9A7C6380 ?
00224FA2 (SERVER.NLM|kScheduleFastWorkToDoDirected+72)
--FCD03154 (LOADER.EXE|PerCpuDataArray+3154)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
--FCD03154 (LOADER.EXE|PerCpuDataArray+3154)
--3DF671E0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6770)
--17072298 ?
--FBC00128 (LOADER.EXE|FirstInterruptStackFramePtr+20)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E778C (NWPA.NLM|ScheduleAnotherMessage+3C)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
--00000001 ?
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E873A (NWPA.NLM|MPNewMessageEvent+E)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E872C (NWPA.NLM|MPNewMessageEvent+0)
--9B8752C0 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--C802B120 ?
--C802B120 ?
002203E9 (SERVER.NLM|FreeTCO+49)
--00000040 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--C802B120 ?
--C802B120 ?
0021F0CE (SERVER.NLM|TcoResumeThreadsInAddressSpace+29A)
--C802B120 ?
--00000046 ?
--00000003 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
0021E48D (SERVER.NLM|TcoThreadExit+15)
--9B8752C0 ?
002200CD (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+61)
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--9C817000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?

Stack dump exceeded the valid memory limit

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
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 = OFF
Polling Count = 3
Polling Interval = 600
Service Advertising = ON
Synchronization Radius = 2000
Type = SINGLE
NTP Client Port = 0

# TIMESYNC Configured time source list


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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
SET BINDERY CONTEXT = OU=WESTCENTRAL.O=MAIN
SET TIME ZONE = EST5EDT
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)


# Note: The Time zone information mentioned above
# should always precede the SERVER name.
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\BIN
# WARNING!!
FILE SERVER NAME COMMUNICATION
# WARNING!!
# If you change the name of this server, you must update
# all the licenses that are assigned to this server. Using
# NWAdmin, double-click on a license object and click on
# the Assignments button. If the old name of
# this server appears, you must delete it and then add the
# new server name. Do this for all license objects.
SERVERID B5B4B03
load conlog TIMESYNC TYPE = sys:system\autoexec.ncf maximum=100
; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
; These files are in SYS:ETC.
sys:etc\initsys.ncf
#LOAD IPXRTR
#LOAD CE100B.LAN SLOT=10007 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=CE100B_1_E82
#BIND IPX CE100B_1_E82 NET=1
#LOAD IPXRTRNM
#LOAD TCPIP
#LOAD CE100B.LAN SLOT=10007 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=CE100B_1_EII
#BIND IP CE100B_1_EII addr=192.168.1.11 mask=255.255.255.0 gate=192.168.1.1
MOUNT ALL

SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
BSTART.NCF
load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"
LOAD PORTAL.NLM
LOAD NDSIMON.NLM
LOAD NLDAP.NLM
# Storage Management Services components required for Backup
SMSSTART.NCF
#RCONAG6.NLM is required by RConsoleJ
#LOAD SPXS
#LOAD RCONAG6 <Your Password Here> 2034 16800 2036
UCS.NCF
STARTX


#SET TIMESYNC TYPE = SINGLE


REM **** BEGIN INOCULATEIT Virus Protect Section
rem ISTART4.NCF
;eTrust Antivirus

sys:\system\inoenv.ncf

load etrustav
avlaunch inostart inotask

REM **** END INOCULATEIT Virus Protect Section
LOAD CONLOG.NLM
LOAD NICISDI.XLM s
LOAD SASDFM.XLM
LOAD SAS.NLM
LOAD PKI.NLM

SEARCH ADD SYS:\TOMCAT\33\BIN
TOMCAT33
#Apache is now the NetWare Web Manager server
SEARCH ADD SYS:\APACHE
NVXADMUP
#The following line was added to automatically run Enterprise server
NSWEB
# -- 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---

rem SYS:system\GRPWIS1.NCF

# SYS:system\GWTSA.NCF

SYS:\system\gwia.ncf

SEARCH ADD SYS:system

SYS:system\GRPWIS2.NCF

# SYS:system\GWTSA.NCF
load remote server
load rspx.ncf
; eTrust Antivirus Installation
rem sys:\system\inoenv.ncf.ncf

####################################
# Added by Backup Exec #
####################################

; BESTART.NCF

####################################


####################################
# Added by Backup Exec #
####################################

BESTART.NCF

####################################

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
Files=100
Buffers=30
Lastdrive=Z

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

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

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
LOAD MPS14.PSM
LOAD IDECD.CDM
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
LOAD NWASPI.CDM
LOAD IDEATA.HAM PORT=1F0 INT=E
LOAD IDEATA.HAM PORT=170 INT=F
LOAD LSI_U3NW.HAM SLOT=10008
LOAD LSI_U3NW.HAM SLOT=10009

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

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

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

IPX CMD Mode Routing = OFF
IPSEC maximum incoming queue length = 0
IPSEC maximum incoming WorkToDos = 0
IP Load Sharing = ON
Tcp 2MSL Timeout = 60
TCP Secure ISN = ON
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
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
BSD Socket default Buffer Size in Bytes = 65536
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
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 = 0
Largest UDP Packet Size = 16384
Discard Oversized UDP Packets = ON
TCP UDP Diagnostic Services = OFF
Tcp Maximum Packet Retransmission = 12
TCP Path MTU Black Hole Detection and Recovery = OFF
Tcp Minimum Retransmission Timeout = 2
Tcp Maximum Initial Window = 4
Tcp Connection Establishment timeout = 335
Tcp Trace = 0
TCP Max Port Limit = 54999
Tcp Timer Schedule Rate = 3
TCP Minshall Algorithm = OFF
TCP Nagle Algorithm = ON
TCP Delayed Acknowledgement = ON
Tcp Number Of Preallocated PCBs = 1024
TCP Sack Option = ON
TCP Large Window Option = ON
TCP Defend Land Attacks = 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
Allow IPXRTR load in CMD Mode = ON
Allow IPX Bind in CMD Mode = OFF
IPX Router Broadcast Delay = 0
Reply To Get Nearest Server = ON
IPX NetBIOS Replication Option = 1
Use Old Watchdog Packet Type = OFF
Connection Table Expansion Count = 16
Dead Connection Timeout = 4.9 SEC
Enable Connection Manager Screen = OFF
Maximum Connection Object Reuse Count = 32
Disable Broadcast Notifications Process = OFF
Disable Watchdog Process = OFF
Enable Watchdog Screen = OFF
Number Of Watchdog Packets = 10
Delay Between Watchdog Packets = 59.3 SEC
Delay Before First Watchdog Packet = 4 MIN 56.6 SEC
Console Display Watchdog Logouts = OFF
Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 10000
Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 2000
Maximum Physical Receive Packet Size = 4224
New Packet Receive Buffer Wait Time = 0.1 SEC
Maximum Interrupt Events = 10

****************************************
* Memory *
****************************************

Cache Pool Control Type = 1
File Cache Maximum Size = 3489660928
File Service Memory Optimization = 1
Logical Space Compression = ON
VM Garbage Collector Period = 4 MIN 59.9 SEC
VM Garbage Collector Looks = 10000
Interactive Screen Timeout = 59 MIN 58.7 SEC
Wakeup Page Cleaner Delay = 25
Max Page Cleaner Outstanding IOs = 50
Max Page Cleaner Pushes = 1000
Max Page Cleaner Looks = 1000
VM Allocation Information = OFF
VM Cache Pool Percentage = 70
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages Percentage = 0
VM Cache Pool Free Minimum Pages = 64
VM Cache Pool Free Lots of Pages = 96
VM Cache Pool Free Desired Pages = 80
VM Cache Pool Minimum Pages = 10
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages = 4294967295
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
External Judge Autoload Threshold = 1073741824
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
Min Age Quantum = 1
Max Age Quantum = 60
Init Age Quantum = 5
Elapse Time Ager Interval = 144
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
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
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 *
****************************************

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 = 60
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 = 50000
NSS Open File Hash Shift = 16
NSS Auth Cache Size = 1024
NSS ASCII Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Size = 2111
NSS Low Volume Space Alerts = ON
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Reset Threshold = 15
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Threshold = 10

****************************************
* 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

****************************************
* 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 = OFF
TIMESYNC DEBUG = 0
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 = ON
TIMESYNC Short Interval = 10
TIMESYNC Synchronization Radius = 2000
TIMESYNC Time Adjustment = None scheduled.
TIMESYNC Time Sources = ;
TIMESYNC Type = SINGLE
TIMESYNC Max Log File Size = 1048576
TIMESYNC NTP Client Port = 0
Time Zone = EST5EDT
Default Time Server Type = SECONDARY

****************************************
* 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
Client File Caching Enabled = ON
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
Level 2 OpLocks Enabled = ON

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

Server Failure Notification Name =
Display Incomplete IPX Packet Alerts = ON
RollCall Trace Screen = OFF
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 = 70
Maximum Service Processes = 590
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 = 1

****************************************
* 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 = OU=WESTCENTRAL.O=MAIN
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 =

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

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

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

SLP MCA Timeout = 16
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 =
SLP Static Scope List = ON
SLP Close Idle TCP Connections Time = 300
SLP DA Heart Beat Time = 10800
SLP DA Event Timeout = 15
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

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

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

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---
End of SET Parameters.
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***

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List of SYS:_NETWARE files.
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[sys:_netware]

12-11-2002 9:42am 0 1.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 100.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 101.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 102.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 103.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 16 104.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 19 105.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 1038 106.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 16 107.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 15 108.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 109.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 10A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 76925 10B.NDS
11-12-2002 4:03pm 0 10C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 10D.NDS
11-19-2002 9:42pm 0 10E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 10F.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 134912 110.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 19324 111.NDS
10-04-2005 12:02pm 100 112.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 172 113.NDS
10-04-2005 12:23pm 24 116.NDS
5-07-2004 3:49pm 25 117.NDS
9-23-2004 4:57pm 11 118.NDS
2-18-2003 3:20pm 0 119.NDS
2-18-2003 4:11pm 0 11A.NDS
2-18-2003 4:11pm 92 11B.NDS
3-23-2006 11:39pm 218 11E.NDS
7-04-2003 11:37pm 23 11F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 12.NDS
7-17-2003 12:34pm 22 120.NDS
10-06-2003 9:10pm 11 121.NDS
11-03-2003 11:05pm 11 122.NDS
11-13-2003 10:32pm 11 123.NDS
11-04-2004 5:40pm 37 124.NDS
2-02-2004 4:52pm 11 125.NDS
2-09-2004 10:02pm 11 126.NDS
3-15-2004 2:02pm 11 127.NDS
3-29-2004 6:33pm 11 128.NDS
4-14-2004 2:35pm 11 129.NDS
4-15-2004 11:03pm 11 12A.NDS
9-14-2004 9:29pm 11 12B.NDS
10-28-2004 10:13pm 11 12C.NDS
11-26-2004 9:34pm 11 12D.NDS
2-16-2005 4:56pm 11 12E.NDS
5-31-2005 3:58pm 11 12F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 13.NDS
6-06-2005 5:09pm 11 130.NDS
6-13-2005 2:29pm 11 131.NDS
9-07-2005 9:37pm 11 134.NDS
9-07-2005 9:37pm 11 135.NDS
9-08-2005 10:11pm 11 136.NDS
10-04-2005 12:21pm 10 137.NDS
10-04-2005 12:33pm 10 138.NDS
10-04-2005 12:24pm 10 139.NDS
10-04-2005 3:45pm 10 13A.NDS
1-11-2006 12:23pm 10 13B.NDS
2-02-2006 9:44pm 10 13C.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 14.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 15.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 16.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 17.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 18.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 19.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 790 1A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 790 1B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 1F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 20.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 21.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 22.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 23.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 24.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 25.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 26.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 27.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 28.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 774 29.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 2D.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 2E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 30.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 31.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 32.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 33.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 34.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 35.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 36.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 774 37.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 38.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 39.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 3B.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 3C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 40.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 41.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 42.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 43.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 44.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 774 45.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 46.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 47.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 48.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 49.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 4A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 50.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 51.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 52.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 53.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 54.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 55.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 56.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 57.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 58.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 59.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 83 6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 60.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 61.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 62.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 63.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 64.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 65.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 66.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 67.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 68.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 69.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 6A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 6B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 6C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 6D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 6E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 6F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 1 7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 70.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 71.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 72.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 73.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 74.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 75.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 76.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 77.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 78.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 79.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 7D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 81 8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 80.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 81.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 82.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 83.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 84.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 85.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 86.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 87.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 88.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 89.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 8B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 8F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 83 9.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 90.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 91.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 92.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 93.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 94.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 95.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 96.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 97.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 98.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 99.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 9D.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 9E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9F.NDS
11-24-2004 5:17pm 11 A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 A7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 AB.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 AC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AE.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AF.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 77 B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 B5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 B9.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 BA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BE.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BF.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C0.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 0 C0000000.DSD
4-03-2006 2:00pm 0 C0000001.DSD
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 C3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 2402 C4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 498 C6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 111 C7.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 C8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 28 CA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CE.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CF.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 D0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 1046 D1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 D2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 238 D3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 586 D4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 119 D5.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 D6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 D7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 D8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 D9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 DA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 DB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 DC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 DD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 DE.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 DF.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 E.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 E0.NDS
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11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 E2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 E3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 2 E4.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 E5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 E6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 516 E7.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 E8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 E9.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 EA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 EB.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 EC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 ED.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 F0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 F1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 17 F8.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 F9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 FA.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 FB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 FC.NDS
2-17-2003 12:09pm 430 FD.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 17 FE.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 24 FF.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 11984 IDS.FIL
3-26-2006 7:04pm 3932160 NDO.01
3-31-2006 6:33pm 589824 NDO.DB
4-03-2006 10:59pm 3932160 NDS.01
4-03-2006 10:59pm 589824 NDS.DB
4-01-2006 8:03pm 0 NDS.LCK
10-29-2002 1:23pm 8 NLSHAND.DAT
4-02-2006 8:56pm 3955 NLSLIST1.DAT
3-26-2006 7:37pm 2709 PRODUCTS.INI
4-01-2006 8:03pm 8 SERVHAND.DAT
11-04-2002 11:19pm 8 SERVHNDX.DAT
4-01-2006 3:03pm 2142 SERVICES.BIN
11-08-2002 1:51pm 20675 XMGRCFG.DA0

[sys:_netware\NDO.RFL]

3-26-2006 7:04pm 1966080 00000001.LOG

[sys:_netware\NDS.RFL]

4-03-2006 10:59am 1966080 00000001.LOG
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> Please download fconfig13.exe from the file finder at
> support.novell.com. Extract Config.nlm from it and copy that to

SYS:SYSTEM .
>
> On the console do LOAD CONFIG /jumba1se, and wait until the output file
> CONFIG.TXT gets created (on NW 6.x this message only appears on the
> Logger screen). Please post that file here, with any public IP addresses
> and RConsole passwords edited out. Thank you.
> --
> 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: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Thank you. Please see CONFIG.TXT created by the new config.nlm. Looking
forward hearing from your advice.

Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: COMMUNICATION
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Mon, Apr 3, 2006 11:00 am
Novell File Server Configuration Report. [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.13]

Novell NetWare 5.60.05 May 27, 2004
(C) Copyright 1983-2003 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: COMMUNICATION
OS Version................: v5.60
OS revision number........: 5
Product Version...........: v6.00
Product Revision Number...: 5
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 1:13:58:15
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: 0B5B4B03h
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 2047.61 MB or 2147069952 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 82730
Original cache buffers....: 523228
Current Cache Buffers.....: 345458
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 1:13:58:15
Current FSP's.............: 8
Current MP FSP's..........: 82
Current Receive Buffers...: 2000
Directory cache buffers...: 0
Workstations Connected....: 20
Max Workstations Connected: 45
Server language...........: ENGLISH (4)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 2
Server DOS Country ID.....: 1
Server DOS Code Page......: 437

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AD_ASPI.NLM v7.50 Feb. 17, 2006 Backup Exec ASPI Device
Driver for NetWare
AFPTCP.NLM v1.00.04 Sep. 6, 2001 Novell Native File Access
for Macintosh
AIO.NLM v7.00.07 Nov. 17, 2003 NetWare Asynchronous I/O
Library
AIOPS2.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 PS/2 Mouse Port Driver
ANTISPAM.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 ANTISPAM - Antispam Agent
for GWAVA (build 3)
APACHEC.NLM v1.03 May. 10, 2004 Apache Core
ARCLIB.NLM v7.20.17 Feb. 26, 2004 (Arclib) CA antivirus
archive extraction library
AVENGINE.NLM v23.71 Oct. 16, 2005 Anti-Virus Scanning Engine
Library v23.71
B2D.NLM v7.50 Aug. 10, 2005 Symantec Backup To Disk
Device Driver
BECDM.CDM v7.50 Feb. 7, 2006 Symantec Basic Translator CDM
BECLIENT.NLM v9.10 Jul. 29, 2005 Backup Exec - Administration
Console
BEPSVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - NCPE Server
BESRVR.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Job Server
BKUPEXEC.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec SureStart
BSDSOCK.NLM v6.10.04 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
CACHKSGN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (CaChkSgn) eTrust Antivirus
signing stub library
CALNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCalls Runtime
Library
CCS.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Controlled Cryptography
Services from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM v6.00 May. 10, 2004 NetWare Configuration DB
Engine
CE100B.LAN v8.06 Feb. 5, 2004 Intel(R) 8255x-based Network
Connection
CIFS.NLM v1.50 Apr. 1, 2004 CIFS - MS Windows File
System for NetWare
CIFSPROX.NLM v1.30 Feb. 20, 2004 NMAS Proxy for CIFS - MS
Windows File System for NetWare
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
COMDAT.NLM v7.50 Jul. 26, 2005 Backup Exec - Common DAT
Target Handler
COMN.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Common Support Layer
(COMN) (Build 2350 MP)
CONFIG.NLM v3.10.13 Mar. 6, 2006 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 May. 7, 2003 NetWare Processor Checking
Utility
CRON.NLM v1.70 Jun. 8, 1998 NetWare Scheduler
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
DFSLIB.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 DFS Common Library (Build
281 MP)
DIAG500.NLM v3.00 May. 11, 2004 Diagnostic/coredump utility
for NetWare 5.x/6.x
DISTCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (DistCfg) eTrust Antivirus
distribution configuration library
DPLSV386.NLM v1.11 May. 21, 2004 NetWare 5.x, 6.x Distributed
Print Library - DPLSV386
DPRPCNLM.NLM v3.00.14 Jun. 11, 2003 Novell NDPS RPC Library NLM
DS.NLM v10350.30 Dec. 15, 2003 Novell eDirectory Version
8.6.2 SMP
DSAPI.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare DSEvent Runtime
Library
DSLOADER.NLM v10330.03 Aug. 11, 2002 Novell Directory Services
Version 8.6.2 Loader
DXEVENT.NLM v10210.42 Dec. 4, 2001 DirXML Event Module for
Novell eDirectory 8.6.1
ETHERTSM.NLM v3.89 Jan. 27, 2003 Novell Ethernet Topology
Specific Module
ETRUSTAV.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (etrustav) eTrust Antivirus
console application
FILESYS.NLM v5.13 Apr. 2, 2004 NetWare File System NLM
FONTMN.NLM v2.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 FONTMN - Java 1.2 Font
Manager
FPSM.NLM v5.90.01 Dec. 12, 2000 Novell Floating-Point
Support Module for NLMs [debugging, 0A10]
GAMS.NLM v1.13.01 Jun. 21, 2002 Graded Authentication
Management Service
GWAVADB.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVASQL for NetWare (build
3)
GWAVAOSA.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA - OS Support Library
(build 5)
GWENN3.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 24, 2002 GroupWise Engine
GWIA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 17, 2002 GroupWise Internet Agent
GWMTA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Message Transfer
Agent
GWMTAVS.NLM v6.05 Jan. 10, 2003 GroupWise MTA (release
version)
GWPOA.NLM v6.00.02 Jun. 25, 2002 GroupWise Post Office Agent
HOSTMIB.NLM v5.00.13 Apr. 27, 2004 NetWare 5.x/6.x Host
Resources MIB
HPDLTLDR.NLM v7.50 Nov. 8, 2004 Backup Exec - HP DLT Library
Target Handler
HTTPSTK.NLM v2.02 Mar. 26, 2004 Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM v1.18.07 Jun. 24, 2003 Novell Hardware
Insertion/Removal Detection
ICELIB.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM Dynamic Library - 1.1
for Netware
ICEWM.NLM v1.01 Jun. 16, 2004 IceWM - 1.1 for Netware
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
INCONFIG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InConfig) eTrust Antivirus
antivirus configuration library
INDRVCFG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InDrvCfg) eTrust Antivirus
driver configuration library
INOALERT.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoAlert) eTrust Antivirus
alert library
INOCDB.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InocDB) eTrust Antivirus
database library
INOCORE.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (Inocore) eTrust Antivirus
queue managament library
INOOEM.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoOEM) eTrust Antivirus
version configuration library
INOOEMS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoOEMS) eTrust Antivirus
version configuration string table
INOSCAN.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (InoScan) eTrust Antivirus
scan API library
INOTASK.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (InoTask) eTrust Antivirus
task scheduler
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.NLM v4.10.01 Feb. 12, 1998 NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.NLM v5.60 Nov. 21, 2001 NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol
Stack NLM
JAVA.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Novell JVM Version
1.3.1_10 Build 04061602
JCLNT.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native
(Build 1.1.1042)
JCLNTR.NLM v1.01 Nov. 29, 2001 NetWare JClient-Native
Resources (Build 1.1.1042)
JNDPS.NLM v4.00 May. 15, 2004 Native Wrapper Java Class
Libraries for NDPS
JNET.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java net (based on 1.3)
JSMSG.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream Message Layer
(Build 376 MP)
JSOCK.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 Support For Java Sockets
JSOCK6X.NLM v1.31.02 Jun. 16, 2004 NetWare 6.x Support For Java
Sockets
JSTCP.NLM v3.05 May. 19, 2004 Jetstream TCP Transport
Layer (Build 368 MP)
JVM.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvm (based on 1.3)
JVMLIB.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java jvmlib (based on 1.3)
LBURP.NLM v10210.44 Nov. 20, 2001 LDAP Bulkload
Update/Replication Protocol service extension for Novell eDirectory 8.6.
LDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (Clib
version)
LDAPXS.NLM v2.07 Jul. 18, 2002 NetWare Extension Server for
LDAP SDK
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 v3.05 May. 10, 2004 Generic Library used by NSS
(Build 95 MP)
LIBWINC.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (libwinc) eTrust Antivirus
Win32 emulation library
LOCNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWLocale Runtime
Library
LSAPI.NLM v5.02 Jan. 7, 2003 NLS LSAPI Library
LSI_U3NW.HAM v5.03.12 Mar. 14, 2003 LSI Logic Ultra3 NWPA-HAM
SCSI Driver.
LSL.NLM v4.81 May. 7, 2004 Novell NetWare Link Support
Layer
LSMCIFS.NLM v1.00 Sep. 18, 2001 NMAS Login Server Module for
CIFS - MS Windows File System for NetWare
MAL.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Media Access Layer (MAL)
(Build 458 MP)
MALHLP.NLM v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS Configure help messages
(Build 340 MP)
MANAGE.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Management Functions
(Build 265 MP)
MASV.NLM v1.37.01 Dec. 12, 2001 Mandatory Access Control
Service
MATHLIB.NLM v4.21 Oct. 14, 1999 NetWare Math Library Auto-
Load Stub
MINIRPC.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (minirpc) eTrust Antivirus
RPC emulation library
MLIB.NLM v2.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 MLIB - Java 1.3 Media Library
MM.NLM v3.03 May. 17, 2004 NetWare 6 Media Manager
MONITOR.NLM v12.01.09 May. 5, 2004 NetWare Console Monitor
MPS14.PSM v2.09.01 Aug. 11, 2003 Platform Support Module for
NetWare 5/6 and MPS v1.4 compliant systems.
MSM.NLM v4.10 Jan. 24, 2003 Novell Multi-Processor Media
Support Module
NAWT.NLM v1.00.01 Jun. 16, 2004 NAWT - 1.1 Graphics
NBI.NLM v2.35.16 Jun. 9, 2004 NetWare Bus Interface
NCP.NLM v5.60 Feb. 26, 2004 NetWare Core Protocol (NCP)
Engine
NCPIP.NLM v5.64 May. 11, 2004 NetWare NCP Services over IP
NCPIPX.NLM v5.60 Jan. 22, 2004 Novell NCP/IPX Stack NLM
NCPNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
NDMPD.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 VERITAS Backup Exec NDMP
Server Module
NDSAUDIT.NLM v2.09 May. 22, 2003 Directory Services Audit
NDSILIB.NLM v15.02.24 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare NFS - eDirectory
Interface Library
NDSIMON.NLM v10220.02 Oct. 17, 2002 NDS iMonitor 1.5.5
NEB.NLM v5.61 Dec. 11, 2002 Novell Event Bus
NETDB.NLM v4.10.26 Jun. 27, 2003 Network Database Access
Module
NETLIB.NLM v6.03.01 Oct. 7, 2002 Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module
CSP9_Rel
NETNLM32.NLM v5.05.09 Oct. 28, 2003 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
NFAP4NRM.NLM v1.03 Mar. 11, 2002 NFAP Simple Password
Management NLM
NFS.NAM v9.28 Aug. 21, 2000 NetWare NFS Name Space
Support
NFSADMIN.NLM v15.01.02 Oct. 27, 2003 NetWare NFS - ConsoleOne
Administration Support Module
NFSSERV.NLM v15.15.22 Mar. 19, 2004 NetWare NFS - NFS Server for
NetWare 6.0
NICISDI.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Security Domain
Infrastructure
NILE.NLM v2.01.03 Dec. 15, 2003 Novell Secure Socket
Services NLM
NIPPED.NLM v1.03.04 May. 28, 2004 NetWare 5.x, 6.x INF File
Editing Library - NIPPED
NISBIND.NLM v15.01.06 Nov. 5, 2003 NetWare NFS - NIS Client
Module
NISSERV.NLM v15.11.25 May. 11, 2004 NetWare NFS - NIS Server
NISSWDD.NLM v15.00.25 Nov. 5, 2003 NetWare NFS - NIS Password
Management Support Module
NIT.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 NetWare Interface Tools
Library for NLMs
NLDAP.NLM v10350.18 Dec. 9, 2003 LDAP v3 for Novell
eDirectory 8.6.2
NLMLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NLM Runtime Library
NLSADAPT.NLM v1.02 Nov. 15, 2001 NLSAPI Remote Adapter for
NetConsole
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 v2.65 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell Modular
Authentication Service
NMASGPXY.NLM v1.04 Dec. 3, 2003 NMAS Generic Proxy
NRLTLI.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Remote
Workstation Backup Software
NSLCGI.NLM v5.20 Apr. 9, 2001 LCGI support library
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 v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS (Novell Storage
Services) (Build 666 MP)
NSSIDK.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Pool Configuration
Manager (Build 242 MP)
NSSNMP.NLM v6.00.07 Jan. 18, 2002 NSSNMP
NSSWIN.NLM v3.05 May. 10, 2004 NSS ASCI Window API Library
(Build 189 MP)
NWAIF103.NLM v7.90 Aug. 8, 2001 nwaif103.nlm v7.90, Build
245 ()
NWBG.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 NWBackground
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)
NWGLOBSM.NLM v6.00.07 Jan. 18, 2002 nwglobsm Enterprise CGI
Admin Server
NWI.NLM v2.50.04 Sep. 19, 2003 NetWare Install (NWI) Module
NWIDK.NLM v3.01.01 Sep. 19, 2003 CDWare Volume Module
NWKCFG.NLM v2.16 Sep. 2, 2003 NetWare Kernel Config NLM
NWMKDE.NLM v7.90 Mar. 21, 2001 NWMKDE.NLM v7.90.230.000
NWPA.NLM v3.12.08 May. 6, 2004 NetWare 6 NetWare Peripheral
Architecture NLM
NWPALOAD.NLM v3.00 Jul. 10, 2000 NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
NWSA.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS NetWare Semantic Agent
(NWSA) (Build 1074 MP)
NWSNUT.NLM v7.00 Jun. 22, 2004 NetWare NLM Utility User
Interface
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
()
NZIP.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 Compression Agent for
NetWare (build 9)
PARTAPI.NLM v1.21 Mar. 17, 2000 Partition APIs
PKERNEL.NLM v15.01.19 May. 10, 2004 NetWare NFS - Portmapper and
RPC Module
PKI.NLM v2.70.01 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell Certificate Server
PKIAPI.NLM v2.23 Oct. 22, 2003 Public Key Infrastructure
Services
PMLODR.NLM v1.20 Jan. 23, 2003 PMLodr for NW6
POLIMGR.NLM v6.22 Feb. 27, 2004 NetWare License Policy
Manager
PORTAL.NLM v2.00.04 May. 27, 2004 NetWare Remote Manager NLM
PSVCS.NLM v230.00 Feb. 24, 2001 Portability Services
PVER500.NLM v3.00 Feb. 27, 2003 NetWare 6.XX Version Library
QUEUE.NLM v5.60 Mar. 19, 2002 NetWare Queue Services NLM
REMOTE.NLM v4.12.01 Jan. 22, 2003 NetWare Remote Console
REQUESTR.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
ROLLCALL.NLM v5.00 Jul. 27, 1998 RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
RPCBSTUB.NLM v15.00.14 Nov. 17, 2003 NetWare NFS - Portmapper &
Rpcbind co-existance Support Module
RPCMTAPI.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (RPCMtAPI) eTrust Antivirus
policy proxy client interface library
SAL.NLM v10210.65 Feb. 21, 2003 Novell System Abstraction
Layer Version 2.1.0
SAS.NLM v1.75 Mar. 13, 2004 Secure Authentication
Services
SASDFM.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 SAS Data Flow Manager
SCANLOG.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (ScanLog) eTrust Antivirus
scan log library
SCANRESS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (ScanResS) eTrust Antivirus
scan API string table
SCCFI.NLM v7.50 Mar. 1, 2002 HTML Export File
Identification Module
SCCUT.NLM v7.50 May. 3, 2002 HTML Export Utility Module
SCSIHD.CDM v3.02.06 Apr. 21, 2004 Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed
Disk Custom Device Module
SECAPI.NLM v7.01 Apr. 7, 2004 (secAPI) eTrust Antivirus
secure RPC client interface library
SERVINST.NLM v5.00.10 Sep. 26, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x
Instrumentation
SETMD4.NLM v1.30 Feb. 20, 2004 Library of Utils for CIFS -
MS Windows File System for NetWare
SGUID.NLM v5.61 Mar. 4, 2003 NetWare 5 GUID Services
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.NLM v4.17 Jan. 23, 2004 Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP
Service
SPMNWCC.NLM v1.01 Dec. 3, 2003 Novell SPM Client for NWCC
SPXS.NLM v5.14 Jan. 18, 2000 NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol
(PTF)
STREAMS.NLM v6.00.03 Jan. 18, 2002 NetWare STREAMS PTF
SYMCJIT.NLM v3.10.21 Oct. 21, 2002 Symantec Java JIT for
Netware Java 1.3.x
TADJST.NLM v9.10 Dec. 15, 1998 NetWare - NFS product Timer
Adjustment
TCP.NLM v6.10.02 Mar. 23, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Transport module (NULL encryption)
TCPIP.NLM v6.10.06 Jun. 2, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack -
Network module (NULL encryption)
TCPSTATS.NLM v6.00.16 Nov. 12, 2003 Web Interface for Protocol
Monitoring
THREADS.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Threads Package for
NLMs
TIMESYNC.NLM v6.04.08 May. 19, 2004 NetWare Time Synchronization
Services
TLI.NLM v4.30.02 Dec. 19, 2000 NetWare Transport Level
Interface Library
TNRLSPX.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Peer SPX
Support
TNRLTCP.NLM v9.10 Jan. 12, 2006 Backup Exec - Peer TCP
Support
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
UHCIDRV.NLM v1.01.03 May. 17, 2002 Novell Universal Serial Bus
UHCI Driver
UKBDSHIM.NLM v1.00 Mar. 27, 2002 Novell USB Keyboard Shim
UMSSHIM.NLM v1.01 Dec. 17, 2001 Novell USB Mouse Shim
UNICODE.NLM v7.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare Unicode Runtime
Library (UniLib-based) [optimized]
UNICRYPT.NLM v9.11 Dec. 15, 1998 TCP/IP Encryption NLM
UNIDLL.NLM v9.10 Dec. 15, 1998 Dynamic Linker for NetWare
UNIXLIB.NLM v15.15.08 May. 10, 2004 NetWare NFS - NFS Server
Support Module for NetWare 6.0
USBIO.NLM v1.01.01 Apr. 5, 2002 Novell USB IO System
USBSHIM.NLM v1.01 Sep. 11, 2002 Novell USB Platform Shim
VERIFY.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java verify (based on 1.3)
VOLMN.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume
Manager (Build 184 MP)
VS.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA - AntiVirus Agent for
GroupWise (build 73)
VSMTPAGT.NLM v3.02 Jul. 28, 2004 GWAVA SMTP relay agent
(build 4)
WBKRSRCS.NLM v7.01 Apr. 8, 2004 (wBkRsrcS) eTrust Antivirus
backend string table
WS2_32.NLM v6.21.06 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
WSPDSI.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0
NLM for Data Stream Interface
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
XENGEXP.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI Import Restricted XENG
from Novell, Inc.
XENGNUL.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI NULL XENG from Novell,
Inc.
XENGUSC.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI U.S./Worldwide XENG
from Novell, Inc.
XFSVGA.NLM v3.12 Jun. 16, 2004 XFree86 - X11R6 Server
XIDEV.NLM v1.00 Jun. 16, 2004 XWindows Input Driver
XIM.XLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell NICI Signed Loader
XINIT.NLM v6.00 Jun. 16, 2004 XInit
XIS10.NLM v1.00 Nov. 14, 2001 Xis10
XLIB.NLM v11.06.01 May. 23, 2002 XFree86 4.X X11R6 Library
Build 020523
XMGR.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI XMGR from Novell, Inc.
XNGAUSC.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI U.S./Worldwide XMGR
Assistant XENG from Novell, Inc.
XSUP.NLM v26410.05 Nov. 10, 2003 NICI XSUP from Novell, Inc.
ZIP.NLM v1.31.08 Jun. 16, 2004 Java zip (based on 1.3)
ZLSS.NSS v3.05 May. 19, 2004 NSS Journaled Storage System
(ZLSS) (Build 1485 MP)
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Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00E0187470E5
Board Number..: 1
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_802.2
MLID Version..: 8.06
Slot..........: 10008
I/O...........: A800h -> A81Fh
Memory........: F6800000h -> F6800FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CE100B_1_E82

Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00E0187470E5
Board Number..: 2
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_II
MLID Version..: 8.06
Slot..........: 10008
I/O...........: A800h -> A81Fh
Memory........: F6800000h -> F6800FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CE100B_1_EII

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SERVER.EXE loaded from...........: C:\NWSERVER\
SERVER.EXE version...............: 1393461 bytes 05-27-2004 11:37am
Total Space on Drive.............: 1505 MB
Available Space..................: 1398 MB

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Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
0x0001 [V025-A0-D0:0] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
0x0002 [V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
0x0005 [V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
0x0003 [V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0007 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0011 [V355-A1-D0:0-P88E0] Free Partition Space
0x000A [V355-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x000B [V355-A1-D0:0-P5E2] NSS Partition
0x000C Hotfixed Partition
0x000D Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x3481918A]
0x000E [V355-A1-D0:0-P2CFB] NSS Partition
0x000F Hotfixed Partition
0x0010 Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x34819188]
0x0004 [V355-A1-D1:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
0x0006 DOS Partitioned Media
0x0009 [V355-A1-D1:0-P5E2] Free Partition Space
0x0008 [V355-A1-D1:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition

Storage Device Details:
[V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: IDEATA.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 37
Adapter number...........: 0
Primary port address.....: 170
Primary port length......: 8
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: F
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] MITSUMI CD-ROM FX54++W U01H
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0001
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

[V355-A1] LSI53C1010:10009
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0002
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: LSI_U3NW.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 853
Adapter number...........: 1
Primary port address.....: A400
Primary port length......: 100
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 9
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10009
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0040
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V355-A1-D8:0] SONY SDT-10000 0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0005
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic tape
Capacity....................: 0 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 0
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 0
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: Yes
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 8
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

[V355-A1-D0:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0003
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 34816 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 4467
Block size, in bytes........: 4294966784
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..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0007
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V355-A1-D0:0-P88E0] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0011
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 71762355
Size, in sectors.............: 9333

[V355-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000A
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 3084417

[V355-A1-D0:0-P5E2] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000B
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 3084480
Size, in sectors.............: 20498432

Hotfixed Partition
Media Manager object ID...........: 0x000C
Media Manager Object Type.........: Hotfix
Activated.........................: Yes
Registered........................: Yes
Functional........................: Yes
Reserved..........................: No
Logical partition.................: No
Hot Fix offset....................: 11560
Hot Fix identifier................: 0x2D5D6A3E
Total Hot Fix blocks available....: 1445
Used Hot Fix blocks...............: 0
Number of available Hot Fix blocks: 1417
System Hot Fix blocks.............: 28

Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x3481918A]
Media Manager object ID..........: 0x000D
Media Manager Object Type........: Mirror
Activated........................: Yes
Registered.......................: Yes
Functional.......................: Yes
Reserved.........................: Yes
Logical partition................: Yes
Remirroring......................: No
Mirror identifier................: 0x34835808
Number of members in mirror group: 1
Mirror member....................: 0x000C
Mirror Synchronization...........: 100%

[V355-A1-D0:0-P2CFB] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000E
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 23582912
Size, in sectors.............: 48179443

Hotfixed Partition
Media Manager object ID...........: 0x000F
Media Manager Object Type.........: Hotfix
Activated.........................: Yes
Registered........................: Yes
Functional........................: Yes
Reserved..........................: No
Logical partition.................: No
Hot Fix offset....................: 240928
Hot Fix identifier................: 0x2D5D6B14
Total Hot Fix blocks available....: 30116
Used Hot Fix blocks...............: 0
Number of available Hot Fix blocks: 29976
System Hot Fix blocks.............: 140

Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x34819188]
Media Manager object ID..........: 0x0010
Media Manager Object Type........: Mirror
Activated........................: Yes
Registered.......................: Yes
Functional.......................: Yes
Reserved.........................: Yes
Logical partition................: Yes
Remirroring......................: No
Mirror identifier................: 0x3483580A
Number of members in mirror group: 1
Mirror member....................: 0x000F
Mirror Synchronization...........: 100%

[V355-A1-D1:0] FUJITSU MAN3367MP rev:0110
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0004
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 34816 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 4467
Block size, in bytes........: 4294966784
Activated...................: Yes
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..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0006
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V355-A1-D1:0-P5E2] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0009
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 3084480
Size, in sectors.............: 68687208

[V355-A1-D1:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0008
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 3084417

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* Volume Statistics for SYS *
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File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 9937 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 2544018
Free Blocks................: 195679
Purgable Blocks............: 769008
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2146934722
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 764 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 3003 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

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* 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 DATA *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 23336 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 5974060
Free Blocks................: 3056163
Purgable Blocks............: 200853
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147428390
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 11938 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 784 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF

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Volume Name Name Spaces Loaded
----------------- --------------------------------
SYS DOS
SYS MACINTOSH
SYS NFS
SYS LONG_NAMES
_ADMIN DOS
_ADMIN MACINTOSH
_ADMIN NFS
_ADMIN LONG_NAMES
DATA DOS
DATA MACINTOSH
DATA NFS
DATA LONG_NAMES

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NDS Tree Name............: QUEENWEST
NDS Server Name..........:
CN=COMMUNICATION.OU=westcentral.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
NDS Version..............: v10350.30
sys:_netware attributes..: Hidden System SubDir ImmediatePurge

*.NDS files..........: 298 (255094 bytes)
*.DSD files..........: 2 (0 bytes)
*.DSB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
NDS.* files..........: 4 (4521984 bytes)
NDS*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
NDO.* files..........: 3 (4521984 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...........: T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

Partition Name...........: OU=Shout.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

Partition Name...........: OU=westcentral.O=Main.T=QUEENWEST
Partition Type...........: Master
Partition State..........: On

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Top of Installed Product List
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Product ID...........: C1RPTING
Product Version......: 1.3.5
Product Description..: ConsoleOne Reporting Snapin

Product ID...........: CONSOLE1
Product Version......: 1.3.5
Product Description..: ConsoleOne 1.3.5

Product ID...........: EDIR
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: eDirectory 8.6.2 (tm)

Product ID...........: LDAP
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: LDAP Services

Product ID...........: NDS8
Product Version......: 86.0.2
Product Description..: NDS eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: NFAU
Product Version......: 1.1.5
Product Description..: Native File Access for Unix

Product ID...........: NFAW
Product Version......: 1.0.2
Product Description..: Native File Access for Windows

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......: 5.0.3
Product Description..: Novell Licensing Services

Product ID...........: NMAS
Product Version......: 2.3.0
Product Description..: Novell Modular Authentication Service

Product ID...........: NTLS
Product Version......: 1.6.0
Product Description..: Novell TLS Library

Product ID...........: NWWebAdm
Product Version......: 3.6.1
Product Description..: NetWare Web Manager

Product ID...........: NWWebSrv
Product Version......: 3.6.1
Product Description..: NetWare Enterprise Web Server

Product ID...........: PERVASIV
Product Version......: 7.9.0
Product Description..: Pervasive SQL 2000i

Product ID...........: PKIS
Product Version......: 2.7.0
Product Description..: Novell Certificate Server

Product ID...........: PORTAL
Product Version......: 2.2.0
Product Description..: NetWare Remote Manager

Product ID...........: PortRes
Product Version......: 1.0.1
Product Description..: NetWare Port Resolver

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

Product ID...........: SMS
Product Version......: 1.0.9
Product Description..: Storage Management Services

Product ID...........: SPACK
Product Version......: 6.0.5
Product Description..: v5.0 Support Pack for NetWare 6.0

Product ID...........: eMFrame
Product Version......: 1.2.2
Product Description..: eDirectory iManager Service

Product ID...........: iManager
Product Version......: 1.2.2
Product Description..: eDirectory iManager Service

Product ID...........: iMonitor
Product Version......: 1.5.1
Product Description..: NDS iMonitor Services

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Class Name...........: org.apache.tomcat.startup.Main
Class ID.............: 274
Class State..........: Running

Class Name...........: com.novell.awt.nawt.taskbar.Taskbar
Class ID.............: 435
Class State..........: Running

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Allocated Memory.................: 453.3 MB
Cache Buffer Memory..............: 1349.4 MB
Cache Moveable Memory............: 0.0 MB
Cache Non-moveable Memory........: 1.3 MB
Code Memory......................: 37.3 MB
Data Memory......................: 19.0 MB
Total Work Memory................: 1860.3 MB
Other Cache Pages Memory.........: 477.8 MB
System Memory Under 4GB..........: 2047.6 MB

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BIOS Information
Vendor.........................: Award Software, Inc.
Version........................: ASUS CUV4X-DLS ACPI BIOS Revision 1014
Starting Address Segment.......: F000h
Release Date...................: 11/02/2001
ROM Size.......................: 192 kB
ISA Supported..................: No
MCA Supported..................: No
EISA Supported.................: No
PCI Supported..................: Yes
PC Card (PCMCIA) Supported.....: No
Plug and Play Supported........: Yes
APM Supported..................: Yes
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..............: Yes
Boot From PC Card Supported....: No
EDD Supported..................: Yes
ACPI Supported.................: Yes
Legacy USB Supported...........: No
AGP Supported..................: Yes
I2O Boot Supported.............: No
LS-120 Boot Supported..........: No
ZIP Drive Boot Supported.......: No
1394 Boot Supported............: No
Smart Battery Supported........: No
BIOS Boot Spec. Supported......: No
Network Boot Supported.........: No

System Information
Manufacturer...................: System Manufacturer
Product Name...................: System Name
Version........................: System Version
Serial Number..................: SYS-1234567890
Universal Unique ID............: 0000 0000 0000 0000
Wake-up Type...................: Power Switch

Baseboard Information
Manufacturer...................: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
Product Name...................: CUV4XDLS
Version........................: REV 1.xx
Serial Number..................: xxxxxxxxxxx

System Enclosure
Manufacturer...................: Chassis Manufacture
Type...........................: Tower
Version........................: Chassis Version
Serial Number..................: Chassis Serial Number
Asset Tag Number...............: Asset-1234567890
Bootup State...................: Safe
Power Supply State.............: Safe
Thermal State..................: Safe
Security Status................: Unknown

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: PGA 370-0
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Pentium III
Processor Manufacturer.........: GenuineIntel
Processor ID...................: 0387FBFF 0000068A
Processor Version..............: Intel Pentium III Processor
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 133 MHz
Max Speed......................: 1330 MHz
Current Speed..................: 1000 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 32 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 256 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: PGA 370-1
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Pentium III
Processor Manufacturer.........: GenuineIntel
Processor ID...................: 0387FBFF 0000068A
Processor Version..............: Intel Pentium III Processor
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 133 MHz
Max Speed......................: 1330 MHz
Current Speed..................: 1000 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 32 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 256 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A

Memory Controller Information
Error Detecting Method.........: None
Error Correcting Capability....: Other
Supported Interleave...........: Unknown
Current Interleave.............: Unknown
Maximum Module Size............: 0
Supported Speeds...............: 70 ns, 60 ns, 50 ns
Supported Memory Types.........: DIMM, SDRAM
Memory Module Voltage..........: 3.3 V
Associated Memory Slots........: 4

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 1
Bank Connections...............: 0, 1
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 2
Bank Connections...............: 2, 3
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 3
Bank Connections...............: 4, 5
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Memory Module Information
Socket Designation.............: DIMM 4
Bank Connections...............: 6, 7
Current Speed..................: N/A
Current Memory Type............: DIMM, SDRAM
Installed Size.................: 0
Enabled Size...................: 0
Error Status...................: No errors

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L1 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 32 kB
Installed Size.................: 32 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L2 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 256 kB
Installed Size.................: 256 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Pipeline Burst, Synchronous
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: 4-way Set-Associative

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: PRIMARY IDE/HDD
Internal Connector Type........: On Board IDE
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SECONDARY IDE/HDD
Internal Connector Type........: On Board IDE
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: FLOPPY
Internal Connector Type........: On Board Floppy
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: USB1
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: USB2
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

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

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: PS/2 Mouse
External Connector Type........: PS/2
Port Type......................: Mouse Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Parallel Port
External Connector Type........: DB-25 pin female
Port Type......................: Parallel Port ECP/EPP

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

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Serial Port 2
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550 Compatible

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Joystick Port
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: Joy Stick Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: MIDI Port
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: MIDI Port

Port Connector Information
External Reference Designator..: Video Port
External Connector Type........: Mini-jack (headphones)
Port Type......................: Video Port

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 1
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 2
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 3
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 4
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI 5
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: AGP
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: No
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

BIOS Language Information
Installable Languages..........: 1
Language String Format.........: Abbreviated
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........: None
Maximum Capacity...............: 1024 MB
Error Detected.................: N/A
Number of Memory Devices.......: 4

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 1
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 2
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 3
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: No
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 512 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM 4
Bank Locator...................: N/A
Memory Type....................: DRAM
Memory Type Details............: CMOS

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

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

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
Net 0 Gateway 192.168.1.1 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

#
# examples from Novell network
#
130.57.4.2 ta tahiti ta.novell.com loghost
130.57.6.40 osd-frog frog
130.57.6.144 sj-in5 in5
192.67.172.71 sj-in1 in1

#
# interesting addresses on the Internet
#
192.67.67.20 sri-nic.arpa nic.ddn.mil nic
26.2.0.74 wsmr-simtel20.army.mil simtel20

192.168.1.11 COMMUNICATION

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTNAME]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
192.168.1.11

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

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***
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\JAVA.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
JAVA_HOME=SYS:\JAVA
MGMT_HOME=SYS:\PUBLIC\MGMT
CLASSPATH=sys:\java\lib\rt.jar;sys:\java\lib\i18n.jar;sys:\java\classes;.
JAVA_FONTS=sys:\java\lib\fonts
JAVA_COMPILER=SymcJIT

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

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***
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=CE100B NAME=CE100B_1 STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1
DRVRTYPE=LAN VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=10007
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!BEGINPORT NAME=CE100B_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=1
MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CE100B NAME=CE100B_1_E82 FRAME=Ethernet_802.2 SLOT=10007
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CE100B NAME=CE100B_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10007
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=TCPIP STATUS=ENABLED
LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=Yes
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IP CE100B_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=192.168.1.11
#192.168.1.11
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=IPX STATUS=ENABLED
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
#
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP 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 CE100B_1_E82 NET=1
#1
#!END
#!END

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
domain ct.com
nameserver 2.25.11.36
nameserver 20.90.16.21

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

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***
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, 130.1.1.1
;
; 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 on {
Interface {
Address 192.168.1.11
Port CE100B_1_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 192.168.1.11
Port CE100B_1_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 192.168.1.11
AddressMask 255.255.255.0
Port CE100B_1_EII
Type lan
RouterDiscovery no
SolicitationAddress multicast
NATStatus Disabled
Stubnet off
TOSStatus Disabled
TOSValue 0
ARPTimerStatus Disabled
ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
GroupedInterface no
PrimaryInterface no
LBPolicy 0
Arpable yes
NetworkAddress 192.168.1.0
}
ForwardIPSourceRouting off
NATFiltering off
Deadgatewaydetection off {
}
LoadBalancing off {
LBInterval 30
}
FaultTolerance off {
FTInterval 2
FTMinError 20
}

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
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 1350537 bytes.
Only last 200 kbytes of file was scanned.

***************************************************************************
***
Server COMMUNICATION halted Wednesday, January 25, 2006 5:51:27.727 pm
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60c: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = BBA454C0 EBX = 00010002 ECX = FFFFFFFF EDX = 00010002
ESI = 00010002 EDI = 00000000 EBP = BE6F2F1C ESP = BE6F2EDC
EIP = FC006E50 FLAGS = 00010202
FC006E50 8B5310 MOV EDX,[EBX+10]=?
EIP in SERVER.NLM at code start +00006E50h
Access Location: 0x00010012

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
FC006E50 8B5310 MOV EDX,[EBX+10]
FC006E53 89DE MOV ESI,EBX
FC006E55 81FA121F041E CMP EDX,1E041F12
FC006E5B 7549 JNZ FC006EA6
FC006E5D 53 PUSH EBX
FC006E5E E8BDE00F04 CALL SERVER.NLM|kSpinLockDisable
FC006E63 8B4B14 MOV ECX,[EBX+14]
FC006E66 83C404 ADD ESP,00000004
FC006E69 49 DEC ECX
FC006E6A 89C7 MOV EDI,EAX



Running process: GWMTAVS 1 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: GWMTAVS.NLM
Stack pointer: BE6F21FC
OS Stack limit: BE6EA2E0
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050030 Blocked on Semaphore
Stack: --BE6F2F1C ?
--00000000 ?
--00010002 ?
--BD5253C0 ?
D6D12B12 (THREADS.NLM|_WaitOnSemaphore+26)
--00010002 ?
--00010002 ?
--BD5253C0 ?
D6D12E43 (THREADS.NLM|WaitOnLocalSemaphore+57)
--00010002 ?
--BE8D34A6 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
BE068E0D (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_NgwMSemWait+2D)
--00010002 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2F48 ?
BE06138A (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_WpeRemFixFolderDrn+6DA)
--BE8D34A6 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--00000000 ?
--BE8D34A0 ?
--BE8D34A0 ?
--BB9AAD00 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2FA8 ?
BE062B01 (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_SvrOpenIpc+F1)
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010001 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--BE8D33E0 ?
--BE6F2F8C ?
--BE8D336A ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2F8E ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2DF0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE8D33E0 ?
--BE8D33E0 ?
--00000008 ?
--BE8D3360 ?
--BE8D3360 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00010001 ?
--BE6F3078 ?
--BE6F303C ?
BE06851F (GWENN3.NLM|GW3_SvrInitSymbiontProc+22F)
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010001 ?
--FFFFFFFF (LOADER.EXE|KernelTempAliasesEnd+FFF)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F2FF4 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE8D1F00 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--BB9AAD00 ?
--00010002 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--014154D8 ?
BE0801B6 (GWENN3.NLM|?GetCurrSession%NgwIObjectFrameworkUtility%%
SAHPAVNgwIProcess%%PAPAVNgwOFOldSession%%%Z+1B66)
--BE6F01FB ?
--BE660000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BD08FC40 ?
--BE6F3030 ?
--BE6F3050 ?
--00000001 ?
--00000015 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6E4044 ?
--BE6F3E8C ?
BE6612AA (GWMTAVS.NLM|(Code Start)+2AA)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--BE6F307C ?
--BE6F3082 ?
--BE6F3078 ?
--BE6E4044 ?
--00000003 ?
--00000000 ?
--D0616040 ?
--00000000 ?

***************************************************************************
***
Server COMMUNICATION halted Saturday, April 1, 2006 1:05:59.833 am
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.60.05: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code
00000000)

Registers:
CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
EAX = 00000046 EBX = C802B120 ECX = 004EBA90 EDX = 00000040
ESI = C802B120 EDI = 9B8752C0 EBP = 9B8752C0 ESP = 9C81EEB8
EIP = 0025F110 FLAGS = 00010046
0025F110 8B5AF8 MOV EBX,[EDX-08]=?
EIP in SERVER.NLM at code start +0005AF10h
Access Location: 0x00000038

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
0025F110 8B5AF8 MOV EBX,[EDX-08]
0025F113 83EA08 SUB EDX,00000008
0025F116 85DB TEST EBX,EBX
0025F118 0F841B010000 JZ 0025F239
0025F11E 66F7C3FF0F TEST BX,0FFF
0025F123 0F8510010000 JNZ 0025F239
0025F129 F6420401 TEST byte ptr [EDX+04],01
0025F12D 0F841A010000 JZ 0025F24D
0025F133 833D5C8E430000 CMP [SERVER.NLM|MemoryDebugCount]
=00000000,00000000
0025F13A 7514 JNZ 0025F150



Running process: Server 00:66 Process
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: 9C81EF80
OS Stack limit: 9C817040
CPU 0 (Thread 9B8752C0) is in a NO SLEEP state
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 70700E0 Exiting OR terminated
Stack: --00000000 ?
CA28631C (ZLSS.NSS|ZFS_DoBlockWriteFromSignal+26C)
--00000000 ?
--CBB7E040 ?
--C9FE733C (MALHLP.NLM|consolescreen+231C)
--CBD16AE8 ?
--8FEBA078 ?
--9C81EEE4 ?
C9B752D1 (NSS.NLM|LB_bind+11)
--C9FE733C (MALHLP.NLM|consolescreen+231C)
--CBD16AE8 ?
--CBD16AE8 ?
--9C81EEF8 ?
CA262926 (ZLSS.NSS|writeCommitRecord+56)
--9A7C63E8 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
CA0154AC (COMN.NSS|BEASTHASH_enqNotInUseBeasts+3C)
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--9C81EF20 ?
CA01707E (COMN.NSS|COMN_Release+E)
--9A7C6380 ?
00224FA2 (SERVER.NLM|kScheduleFastWorkToDoDirected+72)
--FCD03154 (LOADER.EXE|PerCpuDataArray+3154)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
--FCD03154 (LOADER.EXE|PerCpuDataArray+3154)
--3DF671E0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6770)
--17072298 ?
--FBC00128 (LOADER.EXE|FirstInterruptStackFramePtr+20)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E778C (NWPA.NLM|ScheduleAnotherMessage+3C)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
--00000001 ?
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E873A (NWPA.NLM|MPNewMessageEvent+E)
--3DF671C0 (MPS14.PSM|InterruptDelayAmounts+6750)
C85E872C (NWPA.NLM|MPNewMessageEvent+0)
--9B8752C0 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--C802B120 ?
--C802B120 ?
002203E9 (SERVER.NLM|FreeTCO+49)
--00000040 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--C802B120 ?
--C802B120 ?
0021F0CE (SERVER.NLM|TcoResumeThreadsInAddressSpace+29A)
--C802B120 ?
--00000046 ?
--00000003 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--9B8752C0 ?
0021E48D (SERVER.NLM|TcoThreadExit+15)
--9B8752C0 ?
002200CD (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+61)
--9B8752C0 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--9C817000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?
--00000000 ?

Stack dump exceeded the valid memory limit

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
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 = OFF
Polling Count = 3
Polling Interval = 600
Service Advertising = ON
Synchronization Radius = 2000
Type = SINGLE
NTP Client Port = 0

# TIMESYNC Configured time source list


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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
SET BINDERY CONTEXT = OU=WESTCENTRAL.O=MAIN
SET TIME ZONE = EST5EDT
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)


# Note: The Time zone information mentioned above
# should always precede the SERVER name.
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\BIN
# WARNING!!
FILE SERVER NAME COMMUNICATION
# WARNING!!
# If you change the name of this server, you must update
# all the licenses that are assigned to this server. Using
# NWAdmin, double-click on a license object and click on
# the Assignments button. If the old name of
# this server appears, you must delete it and then add the
# new server name. Do this for all license objects.
SERVERID B5B4B03
load conlog TIMESYNC TYPE = sys:system\autoexec.ncf maximum=100
; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
; These files are in SYS:ETC.
sys:etc\initsys.ncf
#LOAD IPXRTR
#LOAD CE100B.LAN SLOT=10007 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 NAME=CE100B_1_E82
#BIND IPX CE100B_1_E82 NET=1
#LOAD IPXRTRNM
#LOAD TCPIP
#LOAD CE100B.LAN SLOT=10007 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=CE100B_1_EII
#BIND IP CE100B_1_EII addr=192.168.1.11 mask=255.255.255.0 gate=192.168.1.1
MOUNT ALL

SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
BSTART.NCF
load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"
LOAD PORTAL.NLM
LOAD NDSIMON.NLM
LOAD NLDAP.NLM
# Storage Management Services components required for Backup
SMSSTART.NCF
#RCONAG6.NLM is required by RConsoleJ
#LOAD SPXS
#LOAD RCONAG6 <Your Password Here> 2034 16800 2036
UCS.NCF
STARTX


#SET TIMESYNC TYPE = SINGLE


REM **** BEGIN INOCULATEIT Virus Protect Section
rem ISTART4.NCF
;eTrust Antivirus

sys:\system\inoenv.ncf

load etrustav
avlaunch inostart inotask

REM **** END INOCULATEIT Virus Protect Section
LOAD CONLOG.NLM
LOAD NICISDI.XLM s
LOAD SASDFM.XLM
LOAD SAS.NLM
LOAD PKI.NLM

SEARCH ADD SYS:\TOMCAT\33\BIN
TOMCAT33
#Apache is now the NetWare Web Manager server
SEARCH ADD SYS:\APACHE
NVXADMUP
#The following line was added to automatically run Enterprise server
NSWEB
# -- 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---

rem SYS:system\GRPWIS1.NCF

# SYS:system\GWTSA.NCF

SYS:\system\gwia.ncf

SEARCH ADD SYS:system

SYS:system\GRPWIS2.NCF

# SYS:system\GWTSA.NCF
load remote server
load rspx.ncf
; eTrust Antivirus Installation
rem sys:\system\inoenv.ncf.ncf

####################################
# Added by Backup Exec #
####################################

; BESTART.NCF

####################################


####################################
# Added by Backup Exec #
####################################

BESTART.NCF

####################################

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
Files=100
Buffers=30
Lastdrive=Z

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

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

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

***************************************************************************
***
Top of file.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
LOAD MPS14.PSM
LOAD IDECD.CDM
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
LOAD NWASPI.CDM
LOAD IDEATA.HAM PORT=1F0 INT=E
LOAD IDEATA.HAM PORT=170 INT=F
LOAD LSI_U3NW.HAM SLOT=10008
LOAD LSI_U3NW.HAM SLOT=10009

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

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

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

IPX CMD Mode Routing = OFF
IPSEC maximum incoming queue length = 0
IPSEC maximum incoming WorkToDos = 0
IP Load Sharing = ON
Tcp 2MSL Timeout = 60
TCP Secure ISN = ON
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
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
BSD Socket default Buffer Size in Bytes = 65536
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
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 = 0
Largest UDP Packet Size = 16384
Discard Oversized UDP Packets = ON
TCP UDP Diagnostic Services = OFF
Tcp Maximum Packet Retransmission = 12
TCP Path MTU Black Hole Detection and Recovery = OFF
Tcp Minimum Retransmission Timeout = 2
Tcp Maximum Initial Window = 4
Tcp Connection Establishment timeout = 335
Tcp Trace = 0
TCP Max Port Limit = 54999
Tcp Timer Schedule Rate = 3
TCP Minshall Algorithm = OFF
TCP Nagle Algorithm = ON
TCP Delayed Acknowledgement = ON
Tcp Number Of Preallocated PCBs = 1024
TCP Sack Option = ON
TCP Large Window Option = ON
TCP Defend Land Attacks = 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
Allow IPXRTR load in CMD Mode = ON
Allow IPX Bind in CMD Mode = OFF
IPX Router Broadcast Delay = 0
Reply To Get Nearest Server = ON
IPX NetBIOS Replication Option = 1
Use Old Watchdog Packet Type = OFF
Connection Table Expansion Count = 16
Dead Connection Timeout = 4.9 SEC
Enable Connection Manager Screen = OFF
Maximum Connection Object Reuse Count = 32
Disable Broadcast Notifications Process = OFF
Disable Watchdog Process = OFF
Enable Watchdog Screen = OFF
Number Of Watchdog Packets = 10
Delay Between Watchdog Packets = 59.3 SEC
Delay Before First Watchdog Packet = 4 MIN 56.6 SEC
Console Display Watchdog Logouts = OFF
Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 10000
Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 2000
Maximum Physical Receive Packet Size = 4224
New Packet Receive Buffer Wait Time = 0.1 SEC
Maximum Interrupt Events = 10

****************************************
* Memory *
****************************************

Cache Pool Control Type = 1
File Cache Maximum Size = 3489660928
File Service Memory Optimization = 1
Logical Space Compression = ON
VM Garbage Collector Period = 4 MIN 59.9 SEC
VM Garbage Collector Looks = 10000
Interactive Screen Timeout = 59 MIN 58.7 SEC
Wakeup Page Cleaner Delay = 25
Max Page Cleaner Outstanding IOs = 50
Max Page Cleaner Pushes = 1000
Max Page Cleaner Looks = 1000
VM Allocation Information = OFF
VM Cache Pool Percentage = 70
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages Percentage = 0
VM Cache Pool Free Minimum Pages = 64
VM Cache Pool Free Lots of Pages = 96
VM Cache Pool Free Desired Pages = 80
VM Cache Pool Minimum Pages = 10
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages = 4294967295
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
External Judge Autoload Threshold = 1073741824
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
Min Age Quantum = 1
Max Age Quantum = 60
Init Age Quantum = 5
Elapse Time Ager Interval = 144
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
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
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 *
****************************************

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 = 60
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 = 50000
NSS Open File Hash Shift = 16
NSS Auth Cache Size = 1024
NSS ASCII Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Size = 2111
NSS Low Volume Space Alerts = ON
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Reset Threshold = 15
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Threshold = 10

****************************************
* 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

****************************************
* 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 = OFF
TIMESYNC DEBUG = 0
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 = ON
TIMESYNC Short Interval = 10
TIMESYNC Synchronization Radius = 2000
TIMESYNC Time Adjustment = None scheduled.
TIMESYNC Time Sources = ;
TIMESYNC Type = SINGLE
TIMESYNC Max Log File Size = 1048576
TIMESYNC NTP Client Port = 0
Time Zone = EST5EDT
Default Time Server Type = SECONDARY

****************************************
* 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
Client File Caching Enabled = ON
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
Level 2 OpLocks Enabled = ON

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

Server Failure Notification Name =
Display Incomplete IPX Packet Alerts = ON
RollCall Trace Screen = OFF
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 = 70
Maximum Service Processes = 590
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 = 1

****************************************
* 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 = OU=WESTCENTRAL.O=MAIN
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 =

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

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

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

SLP MCA Timeout = 16
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 =
SLP Static Scope List = ON
SLP Close Idle TCP Connections Time = 300
SLP DA Heart Beat Time = 10800
SLP DA Event Timeout = 15
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

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

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

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12-11-2002 9:42am 0 1.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 100.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 101.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 102.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 103.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 16 104.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 19 105.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 1038 106.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 16 107.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 15 108.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 109.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 92 10A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 76925 10B.NDS
11-12-2002 4:03pm 0 10C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 10D.NDS
11-19-2002 9:42pm 0 10E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:43pm 92 10F.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 134912 110.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 19324 111.NDS
10-04-2005 12:02pm 100 112.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 172 113.NDS
10-04-2005 12:23pm 24 116.NDS
5-07-2004 3:49pm 25 117.NDS
9-23-2004 4:57pm 11 118.NDS
2-18-2003 3:20pm 0 119.NDS
2-18-2003 4:11pm 0 11A.NDS
2-18-2003 4:11pm 92 11B.NDS
3-23-2006 11:39pm 218 11E.NDS
7-04-2003 11:37pm 23 11F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 12.NDS
7-17-2003 12:34pm 22 120.NDS
10-06-2003 9:10pm 11 121.NDS
11-03-2003 11:05pm 11 122.NDS
11-13-2003 10:32pm 11 123.NDS
11-04-2004 5:40pm 37 124.NDS
2-02-2004 4:52pm 11 125.NDS
2-09-2004 10:02pm 11 126.NDS
3-15-2004 2:02pm 11 127.NDS
3-29-2004 6:33pm 11 128.NDS
4-14-2004 2:35pm 11 129.NDS
4-15-2004 11:03pm 11 12A.NDS
9-14-2004 9:29pm 11 12B.NDS
10-28-2004 10:13pm 11 12C.NDS
11-26-2004 9:34pm 11 12D.NDS
2-16-2005 4:56pm 11 12E.NDS
5-31-2005 3:58pm 11 12F.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 13.NDS
6-06-2005 5:09pm 11 130.NDS
6-13-2005 2:29pm 11 131.NDS
9-07-2005 9:37pm 11 134.NDS
9-07-2005 9:37pm 11 135.NDS
9-08-2005 10:11pm 11 136.NDS
10-04-2005 12:21pm 10 137.NDS
10-04-2005 12:33pm 10 138.NDS
10-04-2005 12:24pm 10 139.NDS
10-04-2005 3:45pm 10 13A.NDS
1-11-2006 12:23pm 10 13B.NDS
2-02-2006 9:44pm 10 13C.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 14.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 15.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 16.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 17.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 18.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 92 19.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 790 1A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 790 1B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 1E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 1F.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 21.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 22.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 26.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 27.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 28.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 774 29.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2C.NDS
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11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 2E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 2F.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 31.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 35.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 36.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 38.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 39.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 3B.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 3C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 3F.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 4.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 41.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 42.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 43.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 44.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 774 45.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 46.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 47.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 48.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 49.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 4A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 4F.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 53.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 57.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 59.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 5E.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 7F.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 8B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8D.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 8E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 8F.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9B.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 9D.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 9E.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 9F.NDS
11-24-2004 5:17pm 11 A.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 A7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 A9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 AB.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 AC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 AE.NDS
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B0.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 B5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B7.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 B8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 65 B9.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 BA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BD.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BE.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 BF.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 C.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C0.NDS
4-03-2006 2:00pm 0 C0000000.DSD
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12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C1.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C2.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 766 C3.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 2402 C4.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C5.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 498 C6.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 111 C7.NDS
11-08-2002 1:52pm 0 C8.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 C9.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 28 CA.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CB.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CC.NDS
12-05-2002 3:42pm 8 CD.NDS
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11-08-2002 1:52pm 11984 IDS.FIL
3-26-2006 7:04pm 3932160 NDO.01
3-31-2006 6:33pm 589824 NDO.DB
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4-03-2006 10:59pm 589824 NDS.DB
4-01-2006 8:03pm 0 NDS.LCK
10-29-2002 1:23pm 8 NLSHAND.DAT
4-02-2006 8:56pm 3955 NLSLIST1.DAT
3-26-2006 7:37pm 2709 PRODUCTS.INI
4-01-2006 8:03pm 8 SERVHAND.DAT
11-04-2002 11:19pm 8 SERVHNDX.DAT
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11-08-2002 1:51pm 20675 XMGRCFG.DA0

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[sys:_netware\NDS.RFL]

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> Please download fconfig13.exe from the file finder at
> support.novell.com. Extract Config.nlm from it and copy that to

SYS:SYSTEM .
>
> On the console do LOAD CONFIG /jumba1se, and wait until the output file
> CONFIG.TXT gets created (on NW 6.x this message only appears on the
> Logger screen). Please post that file here, with any public IP addresses
> and RConsole passwords edited out. Thank you.
> --
> 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: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Here are a couple of suggestions. I don't know if they will help with your
timeout problem, but they should improve the overall server stability:

1) Update your server's BIOS. I'm not sure if this is required, but for
good ACPI support (see below), it is always best to have an up to date BIOS.

2) Switch to ACPI support for your PSM. E.g. copy the files ACPI*.* from
c:\nwserver\drivers to c:\nwserver and then in your startup.ncf replace
the line
LOAD MPS14.PSM

with
LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM

Initially, NetWare 6 would only use ACPI for Pentium 4 machines or better,
but with recent support packs, Pentium III machines with ACPI BIOS are
also supported.
ACPIDRV.PSM might be better than MPS14.PSM for several reasons:
- it gives additional functionality
- it is better maintained. After Novell started including ACPIDRV.PSM,
MPS14.PSM has mostly gone orphaned
- your config file shows an abend where MPS14.PSM is also involved
Maybe switching the PSM might help with the SCSI problems as well.

3) Install nw6nss5c.exe. This is really a must have NSS patch for Nw6SP5
users and fixes someessential bugs in SP5. While it may not help with the
SCSI timeout problems, it could help with the abend problem that is
visible in your config file

4) If the SCSI timeout problems continue, go into the Lsi BIOS and
configure it to use a lower transfer speed for your tape drive. If that
doesn't help, try using the previous version of LSI_U3NW.HAM which you
should be able to find in the c:\nwserver\backsp5 directory


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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Thank you very much. I will follow you adviced to try. Please check back
that I may have further questions.

Juliana

> Here are a couple of suggestions. I don't know if they will help with

your
> timeout problem, but they should improve the overall server stability:
>
> 1) Update your server's BIOS. I'm not sure if this is required, but for
> good ACPI support (see below), it is always best to have an up to date

BIOS.
>
> 2) Switch to ACPI support for your PSM. E.g. copy the files ACPI*.* from
> c:\nwserver\drivers to c:\nwserver and then in your startup.ncf replace
> the line
> LOAD MPS14.PSM
>
> with
> LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
>
> Initially, NetWare 6 would only use ACPI for Pentium 4 machines or

better,
> but with recent support packs, Pentium III machines with ACPI BIOS are
> also supported.
> ACPIDRV.PSM might be better than MPS14.PSM for several reasons:
> - it gives additional functionality
> - it is better maintained. After Novell started including ACPIDRV.PSM,
> MPS14.PSM has mostly gone orphaned
> - your config file shows an abend where MPS14.PSM is also involved
> Maybe switching the PSM might help with the SCSI problems as well.
>
> 3) Install nw6nss5c.exe. This is really a must have NSS patch for Nw6SP5
> users and fixes someessential bugs in SP5. While it may not help with

the
> SCSI timeout problems, it could help with the abend problem that is
> visible in your config file
>
> 4) If the SCSI timeout problems continue, go into the Lsi BIOS and
> configure it to use a lower transfer speed for your tape drive. If that
> doesn't help, try using the previous version of LSI_U3NW.HAM which you
> should be able to find in the c:\nwserver\backsp5 directory
>
>
> --
> Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.2)


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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

Hi, I want to make sure I will do it right. Here is my question:

if I want to "using the previous version of LSI_U3NW.HAM" to replace the
one came with SP5, I need to copy old "LSI_U3NW.HAM" to C:\NWSERVER,
anything else it is needed in order to go back to previous SCSI controller
driver?

Thank you for your help.

Juliana



> Here are a couple of suggestions. I don't know if they will help with

your
> timeout problem, but they should improve the overall server stability:
>
> 1) Update your server's BIOS. I'm not sure if this is required, but for
> good ACPI support (see below), it is always best to have an up to date

BIOS.
>
> 2) Switch to ACPI support for your PSM. E.g. copy the files ACPI*.* from
> c:\nwserver\drivers to c:\nwserver and then in your startup.ncf replace
> the line
> LOAD MPS14.PSM
>
> with
> LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
>
> Initially, NetWare 6 would only use ACPI for Pentium 4 machines or

better,
> but with recent support packs, Pentium III machines with ACPI BIOS are
> also supported.
> ACPIDRV.PSM might be better than MPS14.PSM for several reasons:
> - it gives additional functionality
> - it is better maintained. After Novell started including ACPIDRV.PSM,
> MPS14.PSM has mostly gone orphaned
> - your config file shows an abend where MPS14.PSM is also involved
> Maybe switching the PSM might help with the SCSI problems as well.
>
> 3) Install nw6nss5c.exe. This is really a must have NSS patch for Nw6SP5
> users and fixes someessential bugs in SP5. While it may not help with

the
> SCSI timeout problems, it could help with the abend problem that is
> visible in your config file
>
> 4) If the SCSI timeout problems continue, go into the Lsi BIOS and
> configure it to use a lower transfer speed for your tape drive. If that
> doesn't help, try using the previous version of LSI_U3NW.HAM which you
> should be able to find in the c:\nwserver\backsp5 directory
>
>
> --
> Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.2)


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Re: SCSI bus timeout while Tape backup after applied NW6.0 SP5

tech@ctchc.com wrote:

>if I want to "using the previous version of LSI_U3NW.HAM" to replace the
>one came with SP5, I need to copy old "LSI_U3NW.HAM" to C:\NWSERVER,
>anything else it is needed in order to go back to previous SCSI controller
>driver?


Just copy the file from c:\nwserver\backsp5 (or whatever other source) to
c:\nwserver. Upon the next reboot, the driver will be used. Thee is
nothing else you need to do.

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