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For Port Number for Orbix daemon, the default is 1570. A check is performed to determine if the port is free. If it is not free, the port number proposed is incremented by "1" until a free port is found.
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If you double-click on i4tgtid.exe, a message box displaying the win32mac target id of the machine will be presented. The target id is a number represented in hexadecimal notation. Make sure that the string "win32mac" is also displayed alongside with the target ID. Depending on the network configuration of your machine, the win32mac target id might not be available. This is when i4target.exe in command-line mode is needed:
in order to verify that you have enough free disk space in the file system in which you intend to unload the code. Insert the CD-ROM for your UNIX operating system into the drive.If the software is on a suite of CD-ROMs, insert the first CD-ROM.
For Port Number for Orbix daemon, the default is 1570. A check is performed to determine if the port if free. If it is not free, the port number proposed is incremented by "1" until a free port is found.
For Starting port number for daemon-run servers, the default is 1590. No check is performed to determine if the port if free. If it is not free, the port number proposed is incremented by "20".Check the option Boot Orbix daemon at restart if you want the Orbix daemon to be restarted the next time you reboot your workstation.
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1. Is there a "defrag" on UNIX?For HFS filesystem:HP-UX experts say that HFS filesystem was designed for optimum performance. It's sort of auto-defragmenting filesystem.But, if you still insist on defragmentation, you have some possibilities: Backup entire filesystem Erase all files from that filesystem Restore entire filesystem (it's rather funny, but works good & requires a lot of time) Use standard HP-UX decompression utility (unfortunatelly, dcopy assumes you have a spare, identically sized filesystem available :( ) Buy product called DISK_PAK (from EagleSoft, )For VxFS (JFS) filesystem:You need to buy additional AdvancedJFS (Online JFS) product from Hewlett-Packard. According to some people it is really worth the money; it allows you to get the full functionality of JFS (VXFS) - files/dirs stats, on-line backup, on-line extend/shrink file system (make sure you install the patches !), online (background) defrag.If you already have this product check man page for 'fsadm' command.2. Starting/Sping DTC's / DDFA in HP-UX 10FILE CHANGE/etc/rc.config.d/dtcmgr START_DTCMGR=1/etc/rc.config.d/netdaemons START_RBOOTD=1 RBOOTD_DEVICES="/dev/lan0" DDFA=1To check that the correct daemons are running when the system comes up, you can check the end of the following log files: tail /var/adm/rbootd.log tail /var/adm/dtcnmd.log tail /var/adm/dtcnmp.log...which should say "INITIALIZATION COMPLETE".The following daemons should be running when DTC's are up: rbootd dtcnmd dtcnmpTo disable DTC's, simply flag /etc/rc.config.d/dtcmgr: START_DTCMGR=0...This ss them from coming up when you reboot. Simply change it back to 1 then reboot to restart the DTC daemon.You can also s the daemons while the system is up (instead of booting) by running: /sbin/init.d/dtcmgr s3. HP-UX 10.x System Info ScriptHere is a script to gather system information on HP-UX 10.x systems: dumpsys.hp104. Setting up routingThese are the steps for setting up routing on HP-UX.I will give the IP address 188.8.131.52 to the router for this example.Run the command: route add default 184.108.40.206 1 to initially add the router for all systems.To keep this information after a reboot edit the file /etc/rc.config.d/netconf add the IP address to ROUTE_GATEWAY change ROUTE_COUNT to 1 5. Patch CleanupFrom HPThere is a utility under /usr/sbin and it is called 'cleanup'. It provides the following functionality for 10.X patch management:/usr/sbin/cleanupRemove superseded patches from the system to reclaim space in /var. Queries the user re trimming SD logfiles as well./usr/sbin/cleanup -FForces the removal of ALL Patch backups to reclaim space in /var (you cannot back out a patch out after this)./usr/sbin/cleanup -tTrim SD logfiles /var/adm/sw*.log to the most recent 5 entries./usr/sbin/cleanup -iRemove overwritten patch entries from the SDUX IPD./usr/sbin/cleanup -d [absolute path to software depot]Removes superseded patches from a software depot.6. Patch Frequently Asked QuestionsFrom HP Q: Instead of following this procedure, can I use swremove(1M) to remove all patches prior to performing the software update? A: Yes. You can do this but it is not recommended. First of all, patches that have been applied may deal with sensitive issues like data corruption, security, and system panics. By removing the patches prior to performing the update you may be exposed to the problems addressed by the patches. It is best to leave the patches installed. Second, removing patches with swremove(1M) can be a labor-intensive process. Not only do many systems have over a hundred patches installed, you must remember that when a patch is removed with swremove(1M), a patch that was superseded by the patch *may* be automatically reinstalled. So, several iterations of invoking swremove(1M) may be required to completely remove all patches from the system. Q: Can I use swremove(1M) to remove the inappropriate patches after the software update process? A: NO! It is critical to remember that removing a patch with swremove(1M) will reinstall software that was present prior to the installation of the patch. So, removing a patch with swremove(1M) after a software update could lead to an undesired mixture of new and old software. Let's use an example of an HP-UX 10.01 to HP-UX 10.20 update to clarify this situation. Assume you were running HP-UX 10.01 and updated to HP-UX 10.20 without following the procedure listed above. After the update, the swlist(1M) command will show that HP-UX 10.01 patches are still installed. What happens if these 10.01 patches are removed via swremove(1M)? The 10.01 files that were resident on the system prior to the installation of the 10.01 patches will be restored. The end result is that the HP-UX 10.20 system will now have HP-UX 10.01 files mixed with the HP-UX 10.20 files. The behavior of such a system is unknown, and most likely, a complete cold install will be required to recover the system. Q: Can I simply remove all patch references from the IPD prior to performing the software update? A: Not really. The problem with this solution is that all software products might not be affected by the software update. If patches for all software are removed from the IPD and some software is not reloaded during the update process, then information will be lost about some patches that are still present after the update. An example of where this may cause a problem is if an operating system update was performed, but some application software products were not updated. This situation arises when the same version of an application runs on multiple versions of the operating system. If patches had been applied to these application products and the patches removed from the IPD but the products not updated, then there would be no record that the patches were installed. This could lead to problems with the application software.7. Fbackup/FrecoverTo backup use: /usr/sbin/fbackup -0v -f /dev/rmt/0m -i /Recover command (absolute): /usr/sbin/frecover -xv -f /dev/rmt/0m -i /path[/file]To do a relative restore using frecover you need BOTH -x and -X, ie -xvX8. HP-UX telnet / pty usersTo increase the number of telnet users a system can have, the npty kernel parameter needs to be altered. However, HP-UX requires "slave" and "master" pty devices for each telnet user. These devices are used logically as two ends of a pipe - they need to be there so HP-UX can allocate a tty device to a new telnet user.To create the required master and slave device files, executed the command: insf -d pty -n 1209. HP-UX 11.x infoThis is intended as a quick summary of the new features and functions incorporated into HP-UX 11.64bit VS 32bitHP-UX 11.x is 64bit.A 32 bit version can also be installed for hardware that doesn't support 64 bit.Currently some D, K and T class servers support 64bit.The new V class server is designed with HP-UX 11.x specifically in mind and doesn't support HP-UX 10.x / 32bit.HP-UX11.x 64bit will still run 32 bit applications, but obviously vice versa does not apply.Upgrading to HP-UX 11HP-UX can be upgraded to release 11.x from 10.20 or 10.30.You can also upgrade to HP-UX 11.x from 10.01/10.10, but this restricts you to the 32bit version of HP-UX 11.STKSoftware Transition Kit is a new tool designed to help you move C/C++/script code over to 64bit.NetworkingNIS+, a new version of the Networking Information Service (yellow pages), has been added. This has enhancements to security, administration and ability to scale larger networks.lanconfig and ifalias no longer exist - ifconfig, lanadmin, lanscan and netstat have been enhanced.DLKM (Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules)HP-UX has a new method for updating the kernel in order to facilitate dynamic changes for kernel modules.SD-UXSoftware update and maintenance has been signifcantly enhanced.Commands such as swlist now have a GUI-like interface.Patch management has been significantly improved:Ability to rollback O/S patchesAbility to apply patches based on software installed alreadyIgnite/UX - An enhanced program to install HP-UX, replacing the previous method for HP-UX installation (cold install).System RecoveryA new make_recovery command creates bootable system images (similar to the AIX mksysb command).check_recovery lets you know if make_recovery needs to be executed again.Dump devices can be dynamicaly configured.10. Setting up a remote consoleThis is intended to describe the procedure for setting up a remote console for the S800.The remote console allows Hewlett-Packard to perform remote support for your machine by enabling a remote or parallel console.In order to configure a remote console, you will need an HP support modem that is connected on port 7 of the MUX or MDP. Alternatively, the modem can be connected to the back of the box on the Access Port.In addition, please ensure that a 40233A cable is being used.Enabling the Remote ConsoleMake sure that you are using the system console, and then follow this procedure: Issue a from the console: This should return the: CM> prompt, as well as a line on the bottom of the screen similar to this: RUN F01F REMOTE : disabled inactive multiple ACCESS FAULT : 00 Check the access configuration, by entering the following command at the CM> prompt: CA This will return the following: current terminal mode identification : HP mode terminal do you wish to change it ? (Y/[N]) : _ If you choose N, you will see the following information: current remote support modem port configuration : Bit rate : 9600 bits/sec Protocol : Bell System Identification : 'hostname' do you wish to change configuration ? (Y/[N]) : _ Make sure that your settings accurately reflect: the same speed as your modem (eg. 9600) that the protocol is set to Bell that the system name refers to the hostname of the system that you're working on If these settings are not correct, modify them To enable remote access, enter the following command from the CM> prompt: ER This will return the following information: current remote console access configuration : remote CS : Enabled Mode : Multiple Password : test Password Faults : 03 do you wish to change configuration ? (Y/[N]) : _ The password option allows you to set passwords to provide additional security by prompting a user for a password prior to gaining access. If all these fields are appropriately set, do not change the configuration. You will now see the following message displayed : Remote console is now enabled. The status bar at the bottom of the screen should now indicate that remote access is enabled but still inactive: RUN F01F REMOTE : enabled inactive multiple ACCESS FAULT : 00 Once you connect to the console via modem, it will change to ACTIVE. Issue a break signal to toggle between the remote and local console. On the local console hit the key (it is located in the left hand corner of the keyboard) At the remote end of the connection, use this cu command: %break : actually type the word "break" This will now allow the remote connection to gain control of the console. Return to console mode be entering this command at the CM> prompt: CO Note that you must hit the key twice. There are a variety of other useful commands that can be executed from the CM > prompt. In order to display the different commands that are available, type HELP at the CM> prompt.11. Using HP-UX 10.20 as DCHP server for Win95 clientsHow do you get the DHCP server to pass the default gateway and DNS information to its clients?The solution is to use the sample file, located in /usr/newconfig/etc/dhcptab, copy it to /etc/dhcptab, and edit it according to your wants and needs.12. Extending the root partitionHow do I extend (enlarge) the root partition which is located on a logical volume, the problem being that you can't umount the root partition.Here are 3 solutions to this commonly asked problem.Solution 1:One can purchase HP IgniteUX which will also do the job, alas after paying money for this product.Solution 2:Remove all things that are not needed on the root partition so you create additional space, e.g. clean up /tmp, symlink various files and/or directories, etc and create the space you need in this way.Solution 3:If you are using LVM there is a work around to extend the root LV.Boot the system in single user mode and extend the root using the lvextend command and it will extend the root logical volume.Make sure that the space to extend the root LV is available in the same disk as continuous physical extents because the root volume allocation poicy must be contigous.If the adjacent physical extents are occupied by any other LV move that logical volume to some other disk using pvmove command.#pvmove -n /dev/vg00/lvolx /dev/dsk/c0txd0 /dev/dsk/c0txd0Shutdown the machine and interrupt the normal boot process by pressing any key if it is a S800 system and if it is S700 use "esc" key.From the boot admin prompt type boot pri isl you will get the isl promptISL> hpux -lmThis will take you to the logical volume maintanence mode. Don't try to mount any logical volume and don't switch to multiuser mode or a different runlevel.The root LV will now be mounted on /dev/root instead of /dev/vg00/lvolxNow you can execute the extendfs command on the root logical volume:# extendfs -F hfs /dev/vg00/rlvolxNote down the alternate superblock locations and reboot the macine using#reboot -n -------------- DONT MISS THIS STEP.This will cause the system to not sync the old superblock back to the filesystem and damage it.When you boot the system normally now you will get all the allocated space for the root filesystem.Now you will notice that the root volume is still mounted on /dev/root rather than /dev/vg00/lvolx. To correct this you remove the /etc/mnttab and you will find bdf now displays the correct logical volume.13. Retreiving data from an old root diskAssumption:Original root disk: 4 Gb LVM/HFS SCSI ID 6New root disk, 4Gb LVM/HFS SCSI ID 6 with a freshly installed HP-UX.We want the system to run with (only) the new disk, but there is data on the first disk that have to be transferred from the original.Solution:Boot from disk one with ID 6. Break the boot process and interact with IPL. Enter the boot stringhpux -lm stand/vmunix -isIssue the commands: pvck -y /dev/dsk/c0t6d0 and vgchange -a n vg00 to prepare the original diskHalt the systemChange SCSI ID of the original disk from 6 to any free ID, say 5Connect both disks then power onBoot from the new disk with ID 6. Break the boot process and interact with IPL. Enter the boot stringhpux -lm /stand/vmunix -ismkdir /dev/vg0xmknod /dev/vg0x/group c 64 0x010000vgimport -v vg0x /dev/dsk/c0t5d0vgchange -a y vg0xmount / /dev/vg0x/lvolxBreakdown:What this does is allow you to change the volume group of the original root disk from vg00 to vg0x. You can then vgimport this and mount the old file systems to get the data you need.A much simpler method is to back up the data you want saved before you replace the old disk!14. HP Certification helpHere are some tips on studying for HP-UX Certification: Get the sample questionnaire from the HP web site and work it out. Only very few questions will come from that. Take online seminar from HP ( 2 hours ) vist the following site -pa5-r02-slides/cert_aniekan1/set.html Read HP-UX system administration manual page to page (HFS,JFS,Startup,Shutdown, boot lv preparation,etc.) It will of great help. Read HP-UX install & configuring Internet services ( DNS,NTP, Subnet, patch) Visit docs.hp.com for the ics not covered in these two books. Fundamentals of unix ( shell scripts, Vi ) ,, general unix knowledge if enough. Prepare answers to the following questions: Default packet size for ping How many servers (maximum) can be specified in /etc/resolv.conf ? 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