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ip_unbind: error

Hi,

NW6.5SP5

New server loaded for pre-migration. In fact it is my third with the same
nic. Didn't have a problem on the first two.

After typing down at the console prompt I get the following error:

ip_unbind: error deregistering above Man Cap ECB FFFFFFF8.

Server Abends immediately after error and never completes a clean down
sequence.

I boot it back up and everything loads fine after checking the volumes for
abnormal shutdown.

I can log in, copy files etc.

I found the ODI.pdf in the knowledge base but I don't get a sense from it
how to troubleshoot the problem.

I switched pci slots, changed memory sticks and changed nics altogether.

Does anyone have knowledge of this error?



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Re: ip_unbind: error

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Re: ip_unbind: error

Ok...For the knowledgebase...

After several days of mapping new neural pathways to already burned out
dendrites, I have at least found the cause.

The first two servers that I built for migration had an IBM 10/100 nic using
the CE100B driver. After the migration I changed the cards to a DLink
DGE-530T 1000 using the M4CXNW driver and no problem.

This third machine I started with the DLink DGE-530T 1000 and generated the
error/abend on shutdown. I swapped out the nic to load this machine with
the IBM nic and presto, a clean install.

Pretty simple solution. I will now go and repair the walls with my head
marks in it.

Russ

Using CE100B DGE-530T
"Russ Morgan" <russm@technh.com> wrote in message
news:BrEUf.8943$_K3.5828@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hi,
>
> NW6.5SP5
>
> New server loaded for pre-migration. In fact it is my third with the same
> nic. Didn't have a problem on the first two.
>
> After typing down at the console prompt I get the following error:
>
> ip_unbind: error deregistering above Man Cap ECB FFFFFFF8.
>
> Server Abends immediately after error and never completes a clean down
> sequence.
>
> I boot it back up and everything loads fine after checking the volumes for
> abnormal shutdown.
>
> I can log in, copy files etc.
>
> I found the ODI.pdf in the knowledge base but I don't get a sense from it
> how to troubleshoot the problem.
>
> I switched pci slots, changed memory sticks and changed nics altogether.
>
> Does anyone have knowledge of this error?
>
>
>



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Re: ip_unbind: error

On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 05:56:17 -0800, Russ Morgan <russm@technh.com> wrote:

[...]
> Pretty simple solution. I will now go and repair the walls with my head
> marks in it.


Hard on the paint job, too. Thanks for the update, I guess someone has to
learn the hard way before we can get to learn the easy way!

/dps

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Re: ip_unbind: error

Hold the phone!

Update...

I went back to the two previous servers that have been running flawlessly
since they went up over the last two months that had the DLinks added after
the Netware 6.5 install and they both abend on down the same way.

I was able to to get the on board Intel 1000 to work on the third machine
after downloading the newest driver from Intel, which BTW is now named
E1000E.lan and doesn't ship with the board.

I'm also going to test a 3Com 3C2000-T.

I will post this anomoly to DLink support as I find nothing in there
knowledgebase and will come back here with a summary.


Russ



"Russ Morgan" <russm@technh.com> wrote in message
news:5sRWf.1803$Cc6.1756@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Ok...For the knowledgebase...
>
> After several days of mapping new neural pathways to already burned out
> dendrites, I have at least found the cause.
>
> The first two servers that I built for migration had an IBM 10/100 nic
> using the CE100B driver. After the migration I changed the cards to a
> DLink DGE-530T 1000 using the M4CXNW driver and no problem.
>
> This third machine I started with the DLink DGE-530T 1000 and generated
> the error/abend on shutdown. I swapped out the nic to load this machine
> with the IBM nic and presto, a clean install.
>
> Pretty simple solution. I will now go and repair the walls with my head
> marks in it.
>
> Russ
>
> Using CE100B DGE-530T
> "Russ Morgan" <russm@technh.com> wrote in message
> news:BrEUf.8943$_K3.5828@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>> Hi,
>>
>> NW6.5SP5
>>
>> New server loaded for pre-migration. In fact it is my third with the
>> same nic. Didn't have a problem on the first two.
>>
>> After typing down at the console prompt I get the following error:
>>
>> ip_unbind: error deregistering above Man Cap ECB FFFFFFF8.
>>
>> Server Abends immediately after error and never completes a clean down
>> sequence.
>>
>> I boot it back up and everything loads fine after checking the volumes
>> for abnormal shutdown.
>>
>> I can log in, copy files etc.
>>
>> I found the ODI.pdf in the knowledge base but I don't get a sense from it
>> how to troubleshoot the problem.
>>
>> I switched pci slots, changed memory sticks and changed nics altogether.
>>
>> Does anyone have knowledge of this error?
>>
>>
>>

>
>



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