Automated System Documentation

Copyright 2003 Trident Systems, LLC - All rights reserved

See below for an actual example of the detail and extent of the documentation available.

To see a brochure of the overall architecture in Acrobat format, Click here

Introduction

There is a common misconception that if a system is backed up, it is protected. Although backups are good for data, etc. they are useless until a server is rebuilt and the backup software is restored to the server. The configuration of a UNIX server is constantly changing and there is really no viable way to manually keep track of a system's configuration. There are utilities that make bootable images of the server but they must be properly installed, configured, maintained and tested. Even when such tools are used, they may not produce the expected or desired results. If they fail, then what?

Who Cares?

You should if you are a IT professional, a manager or executive that is responsible for any part of a business that uses computers or a stockholder. A UNIX server is customized to run certain applications, databases or services. In fact, some applications won't even start unless the operating system has been properly configured. Installation of the operating system is the easy part. It is the configuration - file system layouts, kernel parameters, network card and communications components for other servers, etc. that take time and are difficult to do. It is a lot more difficult if there is no documentation as to how the server was configured prior to failure or other loss.

Up to date system documentation is a vital component of business continuance planning.

Automated System Documentation

The script that generates the information below is run automatically every day. It can be customized to collect and manage almost anything, including database information, about a system that anyone would want to know about a server. Typically, it is run every day and posted on a website for system administrators then replicated to an offsite server. A text version is also produced for text-based terminals. A history of configuration reports is automatically maintained as well as run-time logs. Once installed and configured, there is virtually no maintenance, other than for enhancements, required.

In addition to providing the essential information needed to rebuild a server, it serves as a handy reference for the system administrator.

Try It

Click through the links and see what is collected. In the interest of brevity, some of the information has been truncated. However, it will give you a pretty good feel for the breath and depth of configuration data that is needed to properly rebuild a server. It is not a substitute for good system administration or business continuance planning and testing but it is a cost-effective way to protect the investment in your servers and your business.

Questions? Call Trident Systems, LLC at 860-749-2521.

 

Current as of Fri Apr 11 16:03:19 EDT 2003

hpdatab Server System Information

This is a private document that is for AUTHORIZED USE only.

Introduction and Section Summary

This document provides a 'quick reference' of key HP9000 configuration data for THIS server. Although it is not exhaustive, it provides the system administrator with key system reconstruction data in a readable format.

This document is automatically reconstructed every day to keep the information current and should be used in conjunction with the recovery data that is collected daily for system reconstruction.

Questions concerning this document should be directed to Ralph Burnette at 860-749-2521.

HP 9000 Key Information
This section provides basic information: system name, hardware model, identification number, HPUX version and license level and the amount of physical memory.

System Boot Information
The primary and alternate boot paths are provided, as well as the autoboot status, physical paths and disk locations for boot disks, root, dump and swap devices by volume group. System Boot files and the Boot Sting are also listed.

Core Device Information
Each hardware device is listed by class with the hardware path, driver software state, hardware type, description and device name (where appropriate). This is the standard HP hardware map.

Lan Card Information
The MAC address, hardware path, status IP number, netmask and broadcast number are provided for each lan card installed on the system.

Device Directory Information
The device directory listing provides the major and minor numbers for each device. Ownership and permissions are also provided. Major numbers indicate the device driver and minor numbers represent path and special options. Some device entries may need to be built by hand before they can be used.

Device Driver Information
The system device driver table with driver, class and major number for block and character devices is listed here.

System Swap Information
The devices used for swap, the size and utilization of swap space and swap priority are provided in this section.

Logical Volume Information
Logical volume information is one of the most critical components of system reconstruction. Logical volume information is grouped by volume group and contains virtually every detail about a logical volume. Sizes and structure of volume groups and logical volumes are provided, as well as major and minor numbers, logical volume name maps, mount points with permissions and ownership, /etc/fstab entries, physical drives that make up the volume group (with model information and logical volume distribution), and the filesystem construction command to rebuild the filesystem to the previous operating configuration.

EMC Symmetrix and Disk Configuration
EMC information lists the details of the SIDs, devices, BCVs, gatekeepers, etc. that are seen by this server. Data groups or data group files are listed as well as SRDF devices, etc. The information is organized by SID and maps the Symmetrix device name to the host (server) name.

Kernel Subsystem and Non-default Parameter Information
Some devices and software require drivers and kernel parameter changes that are not included or adjusted in the initial operating system installation. Without the changes noted here, some software or hardware will NOT work.

Installed HP Software Information
HP maintains a database of its installed software, including patches. Some third party software also uses this facility. The product name, version number and description are provided.

HP Codeword Information
HP Software that expands the functionality of the operating system typically requires keys for installation. Each codeword is keyed to a customer ID and a CD part number and may unlock one or more software products.

Registered Software Depot Information
A depot is a holding area for software and patches for a number of systems. Instead of trying to find the correct CD or download patches from HP, the depot provides a convenient, authoritative and centrally managed source of software. The product ID, version number and summary of contents are provided for each installed depot.

Name Resolution
A server can resolve names by several different methods, including files, nis and dns. One file contains data that controls the order of name resolution and the other file contains the location of the name servers, order of search and domain name.

Network Information Service (NIS)
Network Information Service (NIS) provides a central repository of maps (files) that contain information for one or more servers. Examples of information include the password and group files (which are supplemented by NIS maps) and /etc/services and /etc/hosts, which are replaced by NIS files. NIS map policy management is based on the level of the operating system. For HPUX 10.20 and below, escape flags are required for the passwd and group maps but are optional at 10.30 and later. In both cases, /etc/nsswitch.conf controls the order of use of dns, nis or local f iles. The default policy (unless overridden by /etc/nsswitch.conf) is different, based on the level of the operating system. The section provides the domain name, servers, etc. for the NIS domain (if it is a member) plus the outplut of all the NIS maps per the policy set up on this server for each map.

Omniback Configuration Information
Omniback in a backup system made up of objects to be backed up, media (tapes) and pools of media and devices (tape drives). Datalists are files that define what is being backed up with associated devices, media pools and characteristics such as protection time. Omniback maintains a databack from which most of the configuration data is extracted. The status of the robotics of the tape library is queried.

Service Guard Configuration Information
MC Service Guard is software that forms a cluster of nodes (servers) and packages (applications with requisite resources). Typically, packages can be configured to move automatically or manually from node to node under specified circumstances. This section includes information and the printing of numerous configuration files and scripts, all vital to the proper running of the Service Guard cluster.

Physical Memory Configuration Information
This section includes information about the physical memory of the server. Information includes basic memory configuration, memory board inventory, controller inventory, memory error log summary and page de-allocation (PDT) summary.

Miscellaneous Configuration Files
Important configuration files are printed out to this section so that changes can be made to the default configuration files.


HP 9000 Server Key Information

[Back to Top]


System Name: hpdatab
Model: 9000/800/V2500
Hardware Identification Number: 19837724A7FGR
HP-UX Version: B.11.00
HP-UX OS License Level: two-user license
Physical Memory: 8384512 Kbytes
General Purpose Production Database Server
Primary System Administrator Ralph Burnette 860-749-2521
Secondary System Administrator Ralph Burnette 860-749-2521
Sales Agreement Number 99999999999999
System Handle BULLWINKLE
Serial Number US99999999
CPU Version 2.0 PA8500
Total Processors 12
Active Processors 12
Processor Speed 440 MHz
OS Identification B.11.00 A
OS Kernel Width 64


System Boot Information

[Back to Top]

Primary bootpath : 1/2/0.13.0
Alternate bootpath : 2/2/0.9.0

Autoboot is ON (enabled)
Autosearch is OFF (disabled)
lvlnboot: Volume group not activated.
Cannot display volume group "/dev/vg01".
lvlnboot: Volume group not activated.
Cannot display volume group "/dev/vg02".
Boot Definitions for Volume Group /dev/vg00:
Physical Volumes belonging in Root Volume Group:
	/dev/dsk/c1t12d0 (1/2/0.12.0)
	/dev/dsk/c1t13d0 (1/2/0.13.0) -- Boot Disk
	/dev/dsk/c2t8d0 (2/2/0.8.0)
	/dev/dsk/c2t9d0 (2/2/0.9.0) -- Boot Disk
Boot: lvol1	on: 	/dev/dsk/c1t13d0
			/dev/dsk/c2t9d0
Root: lvol3	on: 	/dev/dsk/c1t13d0
			/dev/dsk/c2t9d0
Swap: lvol2	on: 	/dev/dsk/c1t13d0
			/dev/dsk/c2t9d0
Dump: lvol2	on: 	/dev/dsk/c1t13d0, 0
Dump: lvswap01	on: 	/dev/dsk/c1t12d0, 1

Current path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d3" is an alternate link, skip.
Current path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d4" is an alternate link, skip.
Current path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d5" is an alternate link, skip.
Current path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d6" is an alternate link, skip.

lvlnboot: Volume group not activated.
Cannot display volume group "/dev/vg01".
lvlnboot: Volume group not activated.
Cannot display volume group "/dev/vg02".
The LIF files on /dev/dsk/c1t13d0 include:

volume ISL10 data size 7984 directory size 8 99/09/15 07:38:38
filename   type   start   size     implement  created
===============================================================
ISL        -12800 584     240      0          99/09/15 07:38:38
AUTO       -12289 824     1        0          99/09/15 07:38:38
HPUX       -12928 832     800      0          99/09/15 07:38:38
PAD        -12290 1632    1700     0          99/09/15 07:38:39
LABEL      BIN    3336    8        0          00/03/24 14:46:10


The Boot String in AUTO on /dev/dsk/c1t13d0 is:
hpux

The LIF files on /dev/dsk/c2t9d0 include:

volume ISL10 data size 7984 directory size 8 99/10/28 15:23:53
filename   type   start   size     implement  created
===============================================================
ISL        -12800 584     240      0          99/10/28 15:23:53
AUTO       -12289 824     1        0          99/10/28 15:23:53
HPUX       -12928 832     800      0          99/10/28 15:23:53
PAD        -12290 1632    1700     0          99/10/28 15:23:54
LABEL      BIN    3336    8        0          00/03/27 22:07:43


The Boot String in AUTO on /dev/dsk/c2t9d0 is:
hpux (;0)/stand/vmunix


Core Device Information

[Back to Top]

Class       I  H/W Path              Driver      S/W State   H/W Type     Description
======================================================================================
bc          0                        root        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    
ba          0  0                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
ext_bus     0  0/2/0                 c720        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Ultra Wide SCSI
target      0  0/2/0.7               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         0  0/2/0.7.0             sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       Initiator
                                    /dev/rscsi/c0t7d0
ba          1  1                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
fc          0  1/0/0                 fcT1        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    HP Fibre Channel Mass Storage Adapter
lan         0  1/0/0.5               fcT1_cntl   CLAIMED     INTERFACE    HP Fibre Channel Mass Storage Cntl
                                    /dev/fcms0
fcp         0  1/0/0.8               fcp         CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Protocol Adapter
ext_bus    11  1/0/0.8.0.92.0        fcparray    CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Array Interface
target      1  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.0      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      258  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.0.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t0d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t0d0
disk      259  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.0.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t0d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t0d1
disk      260  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.0.2    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t0d2   /dev/rdsk/c11t0d2
target      2  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.1      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      266  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.1.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t1d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t1d0
disk      267  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.1.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t1d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t1d1
disk      268  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.1.2    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t1d2   /dev/rdsk/c11t1d2
target      3  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      274  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t2d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t2d0
disk      275  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t2d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t2d1
target      4  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      282  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t3d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t3d0
disk      283  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t3d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t3d1
target      5  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.4      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      290  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.4.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t4d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t4d0
disk      291  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.4.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t4d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t4d1
target      6  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.5      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      298  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.5.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t5d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t5d0
disk      299  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.5.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t5d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t5d1
target      7  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.6      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      306  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.6.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t6d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t6d0
disk      307  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.6.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t6d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t6d1
target      8  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.15     tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      308  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.15.0   sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t15d0   /dev/rdsk/c11t15d0
disk      309  1/0/0.8.0.92.0.15.1   sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c11t15d1   /dev/rdsk/c11t15d1
ext_bus    12  1/0/0.8.0.255.5       fcpdev      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Device Interface
target      9  1/0/0.8.0.255.5.12    tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         8  1/0/0.8.0.255.5.12.0  sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/rscsi/c12t12d0
ext_bus     1  1/2/0                 c720        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Ultra Wide SCSI
target     10  1/2/0.7               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         1  1/2/0.7.0             sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       Initiator
                                    /dev/rscsi/c1t7d0
target     11  1/2/0.12              tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk        0  1/2/0.12.0            sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       SEAGATE ST39175LC
                                    /dev/dsk/c1t12d0   /dev/rdsk/c1t12d0
target     12  1/2/0.13              tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk        1  1/2/0.13.0            sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       SEAGATE ST39175LC
                                    /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   /dev/rdsk/c1t13d0
ba          2  2                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
fc          1  2/0/0                 fcT1        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    HP Fibre Channel Mass Storage Adapter
lan         1  2/0/0.5               fcT1_cntl   CLAIMED     INTERFACE    HP Fibre Channel Mass Storage Cntl
                                    /dev/fcms1
fcp         1  2/0/0.8               fcp         CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Protocol Adapter
ext_bus     9  2/0/0.8.0.67.0        fcparray    CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Array Interface
target     13  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.0      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      205  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.0.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t0d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t0d0
disk      206  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.0.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t0d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t0d1
disk      207  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.0.2    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t0d2   /dev/rdsk/c9t0d2
target     14  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.1      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      213  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.1.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t1d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t1d0
disk      214  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.1.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t1d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t1d1
target     15  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      221  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t2d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t2d0
disk      222  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t2d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t2d1
target     16  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.3      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      229  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.3.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t3d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t3d0
disk      230  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.3.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t3d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t3d1
target     17  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      237  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t4d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t4d0
disk      238  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t4d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t4d1
disk      239  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4.2    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t4d2   /dev/rdsk/c9t4d2
target     18  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      248  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t5d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t5d0
disk      249  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t5d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t5d1
disk      250  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5.2    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t5d2   /dev/rdsk/c9t5d2
target     19  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.6      tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      256  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.6.0    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t6d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0
disk      257  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.6.1    sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t6d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t6d1
target     20  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.15     tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk      243  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.15.0   sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t15d0   /dev/rdsk/c9t15d0
disk      244  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.15.1   sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t15d1   /dev/rdsk/c9t15d1
disk      245  2/0/0.8.0.67.0.15.2   sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/dsk/c9t15d2   /dev/rdsk/c9t15d2
ext_bus    10  2/0/0.8.0.255.4       fcpdev      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    FCP Device Interface
target     21  2/0/0.8.0.255.4.3     tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         7  2/0/0.8.0.255.4.3.0   sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       EMC     SYMMETRIX
                                    /dev/rscsi/c10t3d0  /dev/rscsi/c11t3d0
ext_bus     2  2/2/0                 c720        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Ultra Wide SCSI
target     22  2/2/0.7               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         2  2/2/0.7.0             sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       Initiator
                                    /dev/rscsi/c2t7d0
target     23  2/2/0.8               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk        2  2/2/0.8.0             sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       SEAGATE ST39175LC
                                    /dev/dsk/c2t8d0   /dev/rdsk/c2t8d0
target     24  2/2/0.9               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk        3  2/2/0.9.0             sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       SEAGATE ST39175LC
                                    /dev/dsk/c2t9d0   /dev/rdsk/c2t9d0
ba          3  3                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
ext_bus     3  3/2/0                 c720        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Ultra Wide SCSI
target     25  3/2/0.2               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
tape        1  3/2/0.2.0             stape       CLAIMED     DEVICE       QUANTUM DLT7000
                                    /dev/rmt/1m            /dev/rmt/c3t2d0BEST  
                                    /dev/rmt/1mb           /dev/rmt/c3t2d0BESTb 
                                    /dev/rmt/1mn           /dev/rmt/c3t2d0BESTn 
                                    /dev/rmt/1mnb          /dev/rmt/c3t2d0BESTnb
target     26  3/2/0.7               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         3  3/2/0.7.0             sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       Initiator
                                    /dev/rscsi/c3t7d0
ba          4  4                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
tty         2  4/0/0                 pci_mux0    CLAIMED     INTERFACE    PCI Serial (113f0868)
                                    /dev/cua2a1       /dev/tty2a15    
                                    /dev/cul2a1       /dev/tty2a16    
                                    /dev/diag/mux2    /dev/tty2a2     
                                    /dev/diag/mux2_1  /dev/tty2a3     
                                    /dev/diag/mux2_2  /dev/tty2a4     
                                    /dev/mux2         /dev/tty2a5     
                                    /dev/tty2a1       /dev/tty2a6     
                                    /dev/tty2a10      /dev/tty2a7     
                                    /dev/tty2a11      /dev/tty2a8     
                                    /dev/tty2a12      /dev/tty2a9     
                                    /dev/tty2a13      /dev/ttyd2a1    
                                    /dev/tty2a14    
ext_bus     4  4/2/0                 c720        CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Ultra Wide SCSI
target     27  4/2/0.0               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
tape        0  4/2/0.0.0             stape       CLAIMED     DEVICE       HP      C1537A
                                    /dev/rmt/0m            /dev/rmt/c4t0d0BESTn 
                                    /dev/rmt/0mb           /dev/rmt/c4t0d0BESTnb
                                    /dev/rmt/0mn           /dev/rmt/c4t0d0DDS   
                                    /dev/rmt/0mnb          /dev/rmt/c4t0d0DDSb  
                                    /dev/rmt/c4t0d0BEST    /dev/rmt/c4t0d0DDSn  
                                    /dev/rmt/c4t0d0BESTb   /dev/rmt/c4t0d0DDSnb 
target     28  4/2/0.2               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
disk        4  4/2/0.2.0             sdisk       CLAIMED     DEVICE       HP      DVD-ROM 6x/32x
                                    /dev/dsk/c4t2d0   /dev/rdsk/c4t2d0
target     29  4/2/0.7               tgt         CLAIMED     DEVICE       
ctl         4  4/2/0.7.0             sctl        CLAIMED     DEVICE       Initiator
                                    /dev/rscsi/c4t7d0
ba          5  5                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
lan         2  5/1/0                 btlan6      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    PCI Ethernet (10110019)
                                    /dev/diag/lan2  /dev/lan2     
                                    /dev/ether2   
ba          6  6                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
lan         3  6/1/0                 btlan6      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    PCI Ethernet (10110019)
                                    /dev/diag/lan3  /dev/lan3     
                                    /dev/ether3   
ba          7  7                     saga        CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    saga Bridge
lan         4  7/1/0                 btlan6      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    PCI Ethernet (10110019)
                                    /dev/diag/lan4  /dev/lan4     
                                    /dev/ether4   
memory      0  8                     memory      CLAIMED     MEMORY       Memory
ba          8  15                    bus_adapter CLAIMED     BUS_NEXUS    Core I/O Adapter
tty         0  15/1                  consp1      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Built-in Serial Port DUART
                                    /dev/diag/mux0  /dev/tty0p0   
                                    /dev/mux0     
tty         1  15/2                  consp1      CLAIMED     INTERFACE    Built-in Serial Port DUART
                                    /dev/diag/mux1  /dev/tty1p0   
                                    /dev/mux1     
unknown    -1  15/3                              UNCLAIMED   UNKNOWN      Built-in Ethernet
processor   0  16                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   1  18                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   2  21                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   3  24                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   4  26                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   5  29                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   6  32                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   7  34                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   8  37                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor   9  40                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor  10  42                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor
processor  11  45                    processor   CLAIMED     PROCESSOR    Processor


Lan Card Information

[Back to Top]

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hardware Station        Crd Hdw   Net-Interface  NM  MAC       HP-DLPI DLPI
Path     Address        In# State NamePPA        ID  Type      Support Mjr#
5/1/0    0x0060B07AC2ED 2   UP    lan2 snap2     1   ETHER     Yes     119

Extended Station                           LLC Encapsulation
Address                                    Methods
0x0060B07AC2ED                             IEEE HPEXTIEEE SNAP ETHER NOVELL 

Driver Specific Information
btlan6   
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hardware Station        Crd Hdw   Net-Interface  NM  MAC       HP-DLPI DLPI
Path     Address        In# State NamePPA        ID  Type      Support Mjr#
6/1/0    0x0060B0B23243 3   UP    lan3 snap3     2   ETHER     Yes     119

Extended Station                           LLC Encapsulation
Address                                    Methods
0x0060B0B23243                             IEEE HPEXTIEEE SNAP ETHER NOVELL 

Driver Specific Information
btlan6   
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hardware Station        Crd Hdw   Net-Interface  NM  MAC       HP-DLPI DLPI
Path     Address        In# State NamePPA        ID  Type      Support Mjr#
7/1/0    0x0060B0B24235 4   UP    lan4 snap4     3   ETHER     Yes     119

Extended Station                           LLC Encapsulation
Address                                    Methods
0x0060B0B24235                             IEEE HPEXTIEEE SNAP ETHER NOVELL 

Driver Specific Information
btlan6   
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


lan2: flags=843
	inet 192.1.140.2 netmask ffff0000 broadcast 192.1.255.255

Current Speed = 100000000 Full-Duplex

There are no additional IP addresses assigned to this card.


lan3: flags=842 inet 0.0.0.0 netmask 0

Current Speed = 100000000 Half-Duplex

There are no additional IP addresses assigned to this card.


lan4: flags=843 inet 1.2.3.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 1.2.3.255

Current Speed = 10000000 Half-Duplex

There are no additional IP addresses assigned to this card.


Device Directory Information

[Back to Top]

dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ./
drwxr-xr-x  46 root       root          2048 Apr 11 07:51 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x00004e Mar 17 19:10 arp
crw-r--r--   1 root       sys         69 0x000000 Jan 19  2000 config
crw--w--w-   1 root       tty          0 0x000000 Apr  9 23:16 console
crw-r--r--   1 bin        bin        236 0x020001 Mar 31  2000 cua2a1
crw-r--r--   1 bin        bin        236 0x020001 Apr  9 23:16 cul2a1
drwxr-xr-x   3 bin        bin           1024 Mar 31  2000 diag/
crw-------   1 bin        bin        232 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 diag2
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x000077 Mar 24  2000 dlpi
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        119 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 dlpi0
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        119 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 dlpi1
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        119 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 dlpi2
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        119 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 dlpi3
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        119 0x000004 Mar 24  2000 dlpi4
crw-------   1 bin        bin         27 0x000000 Mar 31 06:20 dmem
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           6144 Aug 30  2002 dsk/
lrwxrwxr-x   1 root       root             9 May 23  2001 dtremote -> /dev/null
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x000074 Mar 24  2000 echo
crw-------   1 root       root       196 0x000000 Mar 17 19:10 eeprom
prw-r--r--   1 root       root             0 Mar 17 19:13 emsagent_fifo
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x020001 Mar 24  2000 ether2
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x030001 Mar 24  2000 ether3
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x040001 Mar 24  2000 ether4
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        143 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 fcms0
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        143 0x010000 Mar 24  2000 fcms1
lrwxr-xr-x   1 root       sys              8 Mar 24  2000 inet_clts -> /dev/udp
lrwxr-xr-x   1 root       sys              8 Mar 24  2000 inet_cots -> /dev/tcp
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x00004d Mar 17 19:10 ip
crw-r--r--   1 root       other      227 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 kepd
crw-------   1 bin        bin        189 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 klog
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys          3 0x000001 Jan 19  2000 kmem
dr-xr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 krm/
crw-r--r--   1 root       sys         72 0x000077 Mar 24  2000 lan
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x020000 Mar 24  2000 lan2
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x030000 Mar 24  2000 lan3
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        141 0x040000 Mar 24  2000 lan4
prw-rw-rw-   1 root       root             0 Apr 11 16:03 log
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys          3 0x000000 Jan 19  2000 mem
crw-------   2 bin        bin         76 0x000080 Mar 24  2000 mux0
crw-------   2 bin        bin         76 0x010080 Mar 24  2000 mux1
crw-------   2 bin        bin        236 0x020080 Mar 31  2000 mux2
crw-r--r--   1 bin        bin         46 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 netlog
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x000089 Mar 17 19:10 netqa
crw-r--r--   1 bin        bin         46 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 nettrace
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin          3 0x000002 Apr 11 16:03 null
-rw-r--r--   1 root       sys              0 Mar 24  2000 null2
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x000088 Mar 17 19:10 nuls
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x00009c Apr 11 10:45 ptmx
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           2048 Mar 24  2000 pts/
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           4096 Apr  5  2000 pty/
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           4096 Apr  5  2000 ptym/
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         16 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 ptyp0
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         16 0x000001 Apr  3  2000 ptyp1
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         16 0x000002 Apr  4  2000 ptyp2
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         16 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 ptyp3
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 27  2000 rac/
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x00004f Mar 17 19:10 rawip
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           6144 Aug 30  2002 rdsk/
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           1024 Apr 12  2000 rmt/
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys        255 0xffffff Aug 30  2002 root
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        255 0xffffff Aug 30  2002 rroot
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           1024 Aug 28  2002 rscsi/
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x00004a Mar 24  2000 sad
drwxrwxrwx   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 screen/
prw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys              0 Mar 17 19:13 sg_subagent_fifo
crw-rw----   1 root       sys         64 0x000000 Mar 29  2000 slvmvg
lrwxr-xr-x   1 root       sys              9 Mar 24  2000 snap -> /dev/dlpi
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x000082 Mar 17 19:10 stcpmap
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x000049 Mar 24  2000 strlog
crw--w--w-   2 bin        bin          0 0x000000 Mar 17 19:11 syscon
crw--w--w-   2 bin        bin          0 0x000000 Mar 17 19:11 systty
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x000072 Mar 17 19:10 tcp
dr-xr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 telnet/
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x00008b Apr  9 23:03 telnetm
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x000091 Mar 24  2000 tlclts
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x0000a9 Mar 24  2000 tlcots
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         72 0x0000aa Mar 24  2000 tlcotsod
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        207 0x000000 Apr 10 13:04 tty
crw--w--w-   1 bin        bin         76 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 tty0p0
crw--w--w-   1 bin        bin         76 0x010000 Mar 24  2000 tty1p0
crw--w--w-   1 bin        bin        236 0x020000 Mar 31  2000 tty2a1
crw--w--w-   1 bin        bin        236 0x020900 Mar 31  2000 tty2a10
crw--w--w-   1 bin        bin        236 0x020a00 Mar 31  2000 tty2a11
crw-------   1 root       sys          0 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 ttyconf
crw--w----   1 uucp       bin        236 0x020002 Aug  6  2002 ttyd2a1
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         17 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 ttyp0
crw--w----   2 root       tty         17 0x000001 Apr 11 07:51 ttyp1
crw-rw-rw-   2 root       root        17 0x000002 Mar 13 12:01 ttyp2
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x000000 Mar 17 19:12 tun0
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x000001 Mar 17 19:12 tun1
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x00000a Mar 17 19:12 tun10
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x00000b Mar 17 19:12 tun11
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x00000c Mar 17 19:12 tun12
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x000088 Mar 17 19:12 tunip8
crw-------   1 root       root       138 0x000089 Mar 17 19:12 tunip9
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root        72 0x000073 Mar 17 19:10 udp
drwxr-xr-x   2 root       root          1024 Dec 15  2000 vg00/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Aug 30  2002 vg01/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Apr 11 06:14 vg01rep/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Aug 30  2002 vg02/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Apr 11 06:14 vg02rep/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 vg03bak/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 vg04bak/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 vg05bak/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 vg13rep/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 vg14rep/
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 vg15rep/

/dev/diag:
drwxr-xr-x   3 bin        bin           1024 Mar 31  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-------   1 bin        bin         28 0x000080 Mar 24  2000 diag0
crw-------   1 bin        bin        183 0x000080 Mar 24  2000 diag1
crw-------   1 bin        bin        232 0x000080 Mar 24  2000 diag2
crw-------   1 bin        bin        141 0x020080 Mar 24  2000 lan2
crw-------   1 bin        bin        141 0x030080 Mar 24  2000 lan3
crw-------   1 bin        bin        141 0x040080 Mar 24  2000 lan4
crw-------   2 bin        bin         76 0x000080 Mar 24  2000 mux0
crw-------   2 bin        bin         76 0x010080 Mar 24  2000 mux1
crw-------   2 bin        bin        236 0x020080 Mar 31  2000 mux2
crw-------   1 bin        bin        236 0x0201c0 Mar 31  2000 mux2_1
crw-------   1 bin        bin        236 0x0202c0 Mar 31  2000 mux2_2
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 rmt/

/dev/diag/rmt:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 ./
drwxr-xr-x   3 bin        bin           1024 Mar 31  2000 ../

/dev/dsk:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           6144 Aug 30  2002 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b0000 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d0
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b0100 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d1
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b0200 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d2
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x091300 Jul 22  2002 c9t1d3
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x091400 Jul 22  2002 c9t1d4
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x091500 Jul 22  2002 c9t1d5
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x091600 Jul 22  2002 c9t1d6
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x094700 Aug  6  2002 c9t4d7
brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x095000 Aug  6  2002 c9t5d0

/dev/krm:
dr-xr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
cr--------   1 root       sys        235 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 krm00
cr--------   1 root       sys        235 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 krm01

/dev/pts:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           2048 Mar 24  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root       157 0x000000 Apr 11 10:45 0
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root       157 0x000001 Apr 11 10:33 1
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        157 0x00000a Mar 24  2000 10
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        157 0x00000b Mar 24  2000 11
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        157 0x00000c Mar 24  2000 12
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        157 0x00000d Mar 24  2000 13
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        157 0x00000e Mar 24  2000 14
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        140 0x000034 Mar 24  2000 t1
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        140 0x000035 Mar 24  2000 t2
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        140 0x000036 Mar 24  2000 t3
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root       140 0x000001 Feb 26 13:29 tb
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       root       140 0x000002 Feb 21 01:01 tc

/dev/pty:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           4096 Apr  5  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         17 0x0000b0 Apr  9 23:16 ttya0
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         17 0x0000b1 Apr  5  2001 ttya1
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         17 0x0000b2 Apr  5  2000 ttya2
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         17 0x0000b3 Apr  5  2000 ttya3
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         17 0x0000b4 Apr  5  2000 ttya4
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         17 0x000026 Mar 24  2000 ttyr6
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         17 0x000027 Mar 24  2000 ttyr7
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         17 0x000028 Mar 24  2000 ttyr8
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        tty         17 0x000029 Mar 24  2000 ttyr9

/dev/ptym:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           4096 Apr  5  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin         16 0xffffff Apr 10 17:19 clone
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x0000b0 Apr  9 23:16 ptya0
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x0000b1 Apr  5  2001 ptya1
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x0000b2 Apr  5  2000 ptya2
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x0000b3 Apr  5  2000 ptya3
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x000066 Apr  5  2000 ptyv6
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        tty         16 0x000067 Apr  5  2000 ptyv7

/dev/rac:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 27  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../

/dev/rdsk:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           6144 Aug 30  2002 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b0000 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d0
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b0100 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d1
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b0200 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d2
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b0300 Aug 30  2002 c11t0d3
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b5200 Aug 30  2002 c11t5d2
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b5300 Aug 30  2002 c11t5d3
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b5400 Aug 30  2002 c11t5d4
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x093100 Apr 11 06:14 c9t3d1
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x093200 Apr 11 06:14 c9t3d2
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x093300 Apr 11 06:14 c9t3d3

/dev/rmt:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           1024 Apr 12  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x040000 Dec 12  2001 0m
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x040080 Mar 24  2000 0mb
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x040040 Apr  7 19:17 0mn
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x0400c0 Mar 24  2000 0mnb
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032000 Apr 11 07:32 1m
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032080 Apr 12  2000 1mb
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032040 Apr 12  2000 1mn
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x0320c0 Apr 12  2000 1mnb
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032000 Apr 11 07:32 c3t2d0BEST
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032080 Apr 12  2000 c3t2d0BESTb
crw-rw-rw-   2 bin        bin        205 0x032040 Apr 12  2000 c3t2d0BESTn
crw-rw-rw-   1 bin        bin        205 0x0400c1 Mar 24  2000 c4t0d0DDSnb
crw-r--r--   1 bin        bin        205 0xfffffe Mar 24  2000 stape_config

/dev/rscsi:
drwxr-xr-x   2 bin        bin           1024 Aug 28  2002 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        203 0x007000 Mar 24  2000 c0t7d0
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        203 0x0a3000 Aug 28  2002 c10t3d0
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys        203 0x0a3000 Aug 28  2002 c11t3d0
crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        203 0x080000 Mar 31  2000 c8t0d0

/dev/screen:
drwxrwxrwx   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../

/dev/telnet:
dr-xr-xr-x   2 bin        bin             96 Mar 24  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../

/dev/vg00:
drwxr-xr-x   2 root       root          1024 Dec 15  2000 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Apr  7 18:01 lvol1
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 lvol2
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 lvol3
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 lvswap01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 rlvol1
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 rlvol2
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 rlvswap01

/dev/vg01:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Aug 30  2002 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x010000 Aug 30  2002 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010001 Aug 30  2002 lvora01
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010002 Aug 30  2002 lvora05
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010001 Aug 30  2002 rlvora01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010002 Aug 30  2002 rlvora05

/dev/vg01rep:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Apr 11 06:14 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x110000 Apr 11 06:14 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 lvora01
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:16 lvora05
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora05

/dev/vg02:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Aug 30  2002 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x020000 Aug 30  2002 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020001 Aug 30  2002 lvora02
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020002 Aug 30  2002 lvora03
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020003 Aug 30  2002 lvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020002 Aug 30  2002 rlvora03
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020003 Aug 30  2002 rlvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020004 Aug 30  2002 rlvora06
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020005 Aug 30  2002 rlvora07

/dev/vg02rep:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys           1024 Apr 11 06:14 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x120000 Apr 11 06:14 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120001 Apr 11 06:14 lvora02
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120002 Apr 11 06:14 lvora03
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 lvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120004 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora06
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120005 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora07
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120006 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora08
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120007 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora09

/dev/vg03bak:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x060000 Mar  1 00:42 group

/dev/vg04bak:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x070000 Mar  1 00:42 group

/dev/vg05bak:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  1 00:42 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x080000 Mar  1 00:42 group

/dev/vg13rep:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x060000 Mar  3 08:22 group

/dev/vg14rep:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x070000 Mar  3 08:22 group

/dev/vg15rep:
drwxrwxrwx   2 root       sys             96 Mar  3 08:22 ./
dr-xr-xr-x  25 bin        bin           5120 Apr 11 06:14 ../
crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x080000 Mar  3 08:22 group


Device Driver Information

[Back to Top]

    Character     Block       Driver          Class
        0          -1         cn              pseudo
        3          -1         mm              pseudo
       16          -1         ptym            ptym
       17          -1         ptys            ptys
       27          -1         dmem            pseudo
       28          -1         diag0           diag
       46          -1         netdiag1        unknown
       64          64         lv              lvm
       69          -1         dev_config      pseudo
       72          -1         clone           pseudo
       73          -1         strlog          pseudo
       74          -1         sad             pseudo
       75          -1         lpr0            unknown
       76          -1         consp1          tty
       77          -1         ip              pseudo
       78          -1         arp             pseudo
       79          -1         rawip           pseudo
      114          -1         tcp             pseudo
      115          -1         udp             pseudo
      116          -1         echo            pseudo
      119          -1         dlpi            pseudo
      130          -1         stcpmap         pseudo
      136          -1         nuls            pseudo
      137          -1         netqa           pseudo
      138          -1         tun             pseudo
      139          -1         telm            strtelm
      140          -1         tels            strtels
      141          -1         btlan6          lan
      142          -1         fcgsc_lan       lan
      143          -1         fcT1_cntl       lan
      144          -1         fcp             fcp
      145          -1         tlclts          pseudo
      156          -1         ptm             strptym
      157          -1         pts             strptys
      164          -1         pipedev         unknown
      169          -1         tlcots          pseudo
      170          -1         tlcotsod        pseudo
      171          -1         fddi4           unknown
      172          -1         gelan           unknown
      173          -1         btlan3          lan
      183          -1         diag1           diag
      188          31         sdisk           disk
      189          -1         klog            pseudo
      203          -1         sctl            ctl
      205          -1         stape           tape
      207          -1         sy              pseudo
      227          -1         kepd            pseudo
      232          -1         diag2           diag
      234          -1         maclan          lan
      235          -1         krm             pseudo
      236          -1         pci_mux0        tty


System Swap Information

[Back to Top]

             Kb      Kb      Kb   PCT  START/      Kb
TYPE      AVAIL    USED    FREE  USED   LIMIT RESERVE  PRI  NAME
dev     1048576       0 1048576    0%       0       -    1  /dev/vg00/lvol2
dev     4096000       0 4096000    0%       0       -    1  /dev/vg00/lvswap01
reserve       - 2927124 -2927124
memory  6462064 1141716 5320348   18%


Logical Volume Information

[Back to Top]


The contents of /etc/lvmtab are:

/dev/vg00
/dev/dsk/c1t12d0
/dev/dsk/c1t13d0
/dev/dsk/c2t8d0
/dev/dsk/c2t9d0
/dev/vg01
/dev/dsk/c9t0d0
/dev/dsk/c11t0d0
/dev/dsk/c9t0d1
/dev/dsk/c11t0d1
/dev/vg02
/dev/dsk/c9t0d2
/dev/dsk/c11t0d2
/dev/dsk/c9t0d3
/dev/dsk/c11t0d3
/dev/dsk/c9t0d4
/dev/dsk/c11t0d4
/dev/dsk/c9t0d5
/dev/dsk/c11t0d5
/dev/dsk/c9t0d6
/dev/vg01rep
/dev/dsk/c9t2d3
/dev/dsk/c11t2d3
/dev/dsk/c9t2d4
/dev/dsk/c11t2d4
/dev/vg02rep
/dev/dsk/c9t2d5
/dev/dsk/c11t2d5
/dev/dsk/c9t2d6
/dev/dsk/c11t2d6
/dev/dsk/c9t2d7
/dev/dsk/c11t2d7
/dev/dsk/c9t3d0
/dev/dsk/c11t3d0
/dev/dsk/c9t3d1

Volume group information for /dev/vg00

--- Volume groups ---
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
VG Write Access             read/write     
VG Status                   available                 
Max LV                      255    
Cur LV                      9      
Open LV                     9      
Max PV                      16     
Cur PV                      4      
Act PV                      4      
Max PE per PV               2500         
VGDA                        8   
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    8678    
Alloc PE                    5014    
Free PE                     3664    
Total PVG                   0        
Total Spare PVs             0              
Total Spare PVs in use      0                     

   --- Logical volumes ---
   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol1
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            256             
   Current LE                  64        
   Allocated PE                128         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol2
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
   Current LE                  256       
   Allocated PE                512         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol3
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            512             
   Current LE                  128       
   Allocated PE                256         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol4
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            140             
   Current LE                  35        
   Allocated PE                70          
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol5
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
   Current LE                  256       
   Allocated PE                512         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol6
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            512             
   Current LE                  128       
   Allocated PE                256         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol7
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
   Current LE                  256       
   Allocated PE                512         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol8
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            1536            
   Current LE                  384       
   Allocated PE                768         
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvswap01
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            4000            
   Current LE                  1000      
   Allocated PE                2000        
   Used PV                     2       


   --- Physical volumes ---
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c1t12d0
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2170    
   Free PE                     1170    

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c1t13d0
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2169    
   Free PE                     662     

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c2t8d0
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2170    
   Free PE                     1170    

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c2t9d0
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2169    
   Free PE                     662     


Logical volume map for /dev/vg00:

1 lvol1
2 lvol2
3 lvol3
4 lvol4
5 lvol5
6 lvol6
7 lvol7
8 lvol8
9 lvswap01


/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00:

/dev/vg00/lvol3 / vxfs delaylog 0 1
/dev/vg00/lvol1 /stand hfs defaults 0 1
/dev/vg00/lvol4 /home vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol5 /opt vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol6 /tmp vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol7 /usr vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol8 /var vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvswap01 ... swap pri=1 0 0

Directory information for /dev/vg00:

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000000 Mar 24  2000 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Apr  7 18:01 lvol1
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 lvol2
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 lvol3
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000004 Mar 17 19:10 lvol4
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000005 Mar 17 19:10 lvol5
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000006 Mar 17 19:10 lvol6
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000007 Mar 17 19:11 lvol7
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000008 Mar 17 19:10 lvol8
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 lvswap01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 rlvol1
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 rlvol2
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 rlvol3
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000004 Mar 24  2000 rlvol4
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000005 Mar 24  2000 rlvol5
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000006 Mar 24  2000 rlvol6
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000007 Mar 24  2000 rlvol7
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000008 Mar 24  2000 rlvol8
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 rlvswap01

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol1:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol1
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            256             
Current LE                  64        
Allocated PE                128         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   off          
Allocation                  strict/contiguous         
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   64        64        
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    64        64        

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol1:

/dev/vg00/lvol1 /stand hfs defaults 0 1

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol1:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol1     255253   51408  178319   22%    110  40978    0% /stand

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol1:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Apr  7 18:01 /dev/vg00/lvol1

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000001 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol1

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol1:

mkfs -F hfs -L /dev/vg00/lvol1 262144 22 7 8192 1024 16 10 60 6361 

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol1 is:

dr-xr-xr-x   8 bin        bin           1024 Nov 27  2001 /stand

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol2:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol2
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
Current LE                  256       
Allocated PE                512         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   off          
Allocation                  strict/contiguous         
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   256       256       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    256       256       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol2:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol2.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol2:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on



WARNING! No bdf information for /dev/vg00/lvol2.

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol2:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/lvol2

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000002 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol2

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol2:

ERROR! Cannot create the command to make the filesystem - is it swap space?

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol2 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg00/lvol2. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol3:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol3
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            512             
Current LE                  128       
Allocated PE                256         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   off          
Allocation                  strict/contiguous         
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   128       128       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    128       128       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol3:

/dev/vg00/lvol3 / vxfs delaylog 0 1

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol3:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol3     524288   39470  454752    8%   2678 121202    2% /

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol3:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/lvol3

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000003 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol3

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol3:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol3 524288

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol3 is:

drwxr-xr-x  46 root       root          2048 Apr 11 07:51 /

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol4:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol4
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            140             
Current LE                  35        
Allocated PE                70          
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   35        35        
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    35        35        

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol4:

/dev/vg00/lvol4 /home vxfs delaylog 0 2

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol4:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol4     126976    6824  112677    6%   1174  30038    4% /home

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol4:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000004 Mar 17 19:10 /dev/vg00/lvol4

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000004 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol4

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol4:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol4 126976

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol4 is:

drwxr-xr-x  19 root       root          1024 Feb  3 16:53 /home

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol5:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol5
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
Current LE                  256       
Allocated PE                512         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   256       256       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    256       256       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol5:

/dev/vg00/lvol5 /opt vxfs delaylog 0 2

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol5:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol5    1048576  721715  306481   70%   7776  81712    9% /opt

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol5:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000005 Mar 17 19:10 /dev/vg00/lvol5

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000005 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol5

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol5:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol5 1048576

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol5 is:

drwxr-xr-x  32 bin        bin           1024 Feb  3 16:12 /opt

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol6:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol6
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            512             
Current LE                  128       
Allocated PE                256         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   128       128       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    128       128       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol6:

/dev/vg00/lvol6 /tmp vxfs delaylog 0 2

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol6:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol6     524288   19080  474766    4%    620 126300    0% /tmp

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol6:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000006 Mar 17 19:10 /dev/vg00/lvol6

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000006 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol6

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol6:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol6 524288

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol6 is:

drwxrwxrwx  28 bin        bin          31744 Apr 11 16:03 /tmp

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol7:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol7
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            1024            
Current LE                  256       
Allocated PE                512         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   256       256       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    256       256       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol7:

/dev/vg00/lvol7 /usr vxfs delaylog 0 2

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol7:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol7    1048576  761738  268942   74%  24963  71709   26% /usr

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol7:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000007 Mar 17 19:11 /dev/vg00/lvol7

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000007 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol7

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol7:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol7 1048576

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol7 is:

dr-xr-xr-x  27 bin        bin           1024 Sep 17  2002 /usr

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvol8:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvol8
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            1536            
Current LE                  384       
Allocated PE                768         
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t13d0   384       384       
   /dev/dsk/c2t9d0    384       384       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvol8:

/dev/vg00/lvol8 /var vxfs delaylog 0 2

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvol8:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol8    1572864  946281  587504   62%  26329 156643   14% /var

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvol8:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000008 Mar 17 19:10 /dev/vg00/lvol8

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000008 Mar 24  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvol8

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvol8:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,nolargefiles /dev/vg00/lvol8 1572864

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvol8 is:

dr-xr-xr-x  20 bin        bin           1024 Sep 17  2002 /var

Logical volume information for /dev/vg00/lvswap01:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg00/lvswap01
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               1            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    parallel     
LV Size (Mbytes)            4000            
Current LE                  1000      
Allocated PE                2000        
Stripes                     0       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        0                   
Bad block                   off          
Allocation                  strict/contiguous         
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c1t12d0   1000      1000      
   /dev/dsk/c2t8d0    1000      1000      

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg00/lvswap01:

/dev/vg00/lvswap01 ... swap pri=1 0 0

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg00/lvswap01:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on



WARNING! No bdf information for /dev/vg00/lvswap01.

/dev directory information for /dev/vg00/lvswap01:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 /dev/vg00/lvswap01

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x000009 Apr 19  2000 /dev/vg00/rlvswap01

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg00/lvswap01:

ERROR! Cannot create the command to make the filesystem - is it swap space?

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg00/lvswap01 is: ... not found


Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c1t12d0:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c1t12d0
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      1      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2170    
Free PE                     1170    
Allocated PE                1000        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name            LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg00/lvswap01 1000      1000      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 1 SCSI target 12 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 1/2/0.12.0 /dev/dsk/c1t12d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c1t12d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x01c000 Mar 24  2000 /dev/dsk/c1t12d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x01c000 Mar 26  2001 /dev/rdsk/c1t12d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c1t12d0:
             vendor: SEAGATE 
         product id: ST39175LC       
               type: direct access
               size: 8891556 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c1t13d0:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c1t13d0
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      8      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2169    
Free PE                     662     
Allocated PE                1507        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name            LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg00/lvol1    64        64        
   /dev/vg00/lvol2    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol3    128       128       
   /dev/vg00/lvol4    35        35        
   /dev/vg00/lvol5    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol6    128       128       
   /dev/vg00/lvol7    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol8    384       384       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 1 SCSI target 13 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 1/2/0.13.0 /dev/dsk/c1t13d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c1t13d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x01d000 Mar 24  2000 /dev/dsk/c1t13d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x01d000 Dec 15  2000 /dev/rdsk/c1t13d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c1t13d0:
             vendor: SEAGATE 
         product id: ST39175LC       
               type: direct access
               size: 8891556 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c2t8d0:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c2t8d0
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      1      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2170    
Free PE                     1170    
Allocated PE                1000        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name            LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg00/lvswap01 1000      1000      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 2 SCSI target 8 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 2/2/0.8.0 /dev/dsk/c2t8d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c2t8d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x028000 Mar 24  2000 /dev/dsk/c2t8d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x028000 Mar 27  2000 /dev/rdsk/c2t8d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c2t8d0:
             vendor: SEAGATE 
         product id: ST39175LC       
               type: direct access
               size: 8891556 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c2t9d0:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c2t9d0
VG Name                     /dev/vg00
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      8      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2169    
Free PE                     662     
Allocated PE                1507        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name            LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg00/lvol1    64        64        
   /dev/vg00/lvol2    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol3    128       128       
   /dev/vg00/lvol4    35        35        
   /dev/vg00/lvol5    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol6    128       128       
   /dev/vg00/lvol7    256       256       
   /dev/vg00/lvol8    384       384       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 2 SCSI target 9 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 2/2/0.9.0 /dev/dsk/c2t9d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c2t9d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x029000 Mar 24  2000 /dev/dsk/c2t9d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x029000 Dec 15  2000 /dev/rdsk/c2t9d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c2t9d0:
             vendor: SEAGATE 
         product id: ST39175LC       
               type: direct access
               size: 8891556 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Volume group information for /dev/vg01


Logical volume map for /dev/vg01:

1 lvora01
2 lvora05


/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01.

Directory information for /dev/vg01:

crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x010000 Aug 30  2002 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010001 Aug 30  2002 lvora01
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010002 Aug 30  2002 lvora05
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010001 Aug 30  2002 rlvora01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x010002 Aug 30  2002 rlvora05

--- NO LOGICAL VOLUMES TO PROCESS!!! --- --- NO PHYSICAL VOLUMES TO PROCESS!!! ---

Volume group information for /dev/vg02


Logical volume map for /dev/vg02:

1 lvora02
2 lvora03
3 lvora04
4 lvora06
5 lvora07
6 lvora08
7 lvora09


/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02.

Directory information for /dev/vg02:

crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x020000 Aug 30  2002 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020001 Aug 30  2002 lvora02
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020002 Aug 30  2002 lvora03
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020003 Aug 30  2002 lvora04
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020004 Aug 30  2002 lvora06
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020005 Aug 30  2002 lvora07
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020006 Aug 30  2002 lvora08
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020007 Aug 30  2002 lvora09
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020001 Aug 30  2002 rlvora02
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020002 Aug 30  2002 rlvora03
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020003 Aug 30  2002 rlvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020004 Aug 30  2002 rlvora06
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020005 Aug 30  2002 rlvora07
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020006 Aug 30  2002 rlvora08
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x020007 Aug 30  2002 rlvora09

--- NO LOGICAL VOLUMES TO PROCESS!!! --- --- NO PHYSICAL VOLUMES TO PROCESS!!! ---

Volume group information for /dev/vg01rep

--- Volume groups ---
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
VG Write Access             read/write     
VG Status                   available                 
Max LV                      255    
Cur LV                      2      
Open LV                     2      
Max PV                      16     
Cur PV                      2      
Act PV                      2      
Max PE per PV               2157         
VGDA                        4   
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    4314    
Alloc PE                    4314    
Free PE                     0       
Total PVG                   0        
Total Spare PVs             0              
Total Spare PVs in use      0                     

   --- Logical volumes ---
   LV Name                     /dev/vg01rep/lvora01
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            7000            
   Current LE                  1750      
   Allocated PE                1750        
   Used PV                     2       

   LV Name                     /dev/vg01rep/lvora05
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            10256           
   Current LE                  2564      
   Allocated PE                2564        
   Used PV                     2       


   --- Physical volumes ---
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d3
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d3	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d4
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d4	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       


Logical volume map for /dev/vg01rep:

1 lvora01
2 lvora05


/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep.

Directory information for /dev/vg01rep:

crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x110000 Apr 11 06:14 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 lvora01
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:16 lvora05
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora01
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora05

Logical volume information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg01rep/lvora01
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            7000            
Current LE                  1750      
Allocated PE                1750        
Stripes                     2       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d3    875       875       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d4    875       875       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg01rep/lvora01

/dev directory information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg01rep/lvora01

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110001 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg01rep/rlvora01

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=1024,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 7168000

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg01rep/lvora01. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg01rep/lvora05
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            10256           
Current LE                  2564      
Allocated PE                2564        
Stripes                     2       
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d3    1282      1282      
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d4    1282      1282      

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg01rep/lvora05

/dev directory information for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:16 /dev/vg01rep/lvora05

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x110002 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg01rep/rlvora05

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 10502144

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg01rep/lvora05. Is it SWAP space?

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d3:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d3
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d3	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      2      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 875       875       
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 1282      1282      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 3 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2.3 /dev/dsk/c9t2d3

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d3:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x092300 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t2d3

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x092300 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t2d3

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t2d3:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d3:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d3" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t2d3".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d3
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d3	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      2      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 875       875       
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 1282      1282      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 3 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.3 /dev/dsk/c11t2d3

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d3:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b2300 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t2d3

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b2300 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c11t2d3

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t2d3:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d4:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d4
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d4	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      2      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 875       875       
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 1282      1282      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 4 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2.4 /dev/dsk/c9t2d4

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d4:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x092400 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t2d4

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x092400 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t2d4

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t2d4:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d4:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d4" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t2d4".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d4
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d4	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg01rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      2      
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora01 875       875       
   /dev/vg01rep/lvora05 1282      1282      

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 4 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.4 /dev/dsk/c11t2d4

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d4:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b2400 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t2d4

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b2400 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c11t2d4

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t2d4:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Volume group information for /dev/vg02rep

--- Volume groups ---
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
VG Write Access             read/write     
VG Status                   available                 
Max LV                      100    
Cur LV                      17     
Open LV                     17     
Max PV                      100    
Cur PV                      23     
Act PV                      23     
Max PE per PV               2157         
VGDA                        46  
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    49611   
Alloc PE                    49611   
Free PE                     0       
Total PVG                   0        
Total Spare PVs             0              
Total Spare PVs in use      0                     

   --- Logical volumes ---
   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora02
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora03
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora04
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora06
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora07
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora08
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      

   LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora09
   LV Status                   available/syncd           
   LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
   Current LE                  2921      
   Allocated PE                2921        
   Used PV                     23      



   --- Physical volumes ---
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d5
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d5	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d6
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d6	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d7
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d7	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d0
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d0	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d1
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d1	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d2
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d2	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d3
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d3	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d4
   PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d4	Alternate Link
   PV Status                   available                
   Total PE                    2157    
   Free PE                     0       

Logical volume map for /dev/vg02rep:

1 lvora02
2 lvora03
3 lvora04
4 lvora06
5 lvora07
6 lvora08
7 lvora09


/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep.

Directory information for /dev/vg02rep:

crw-rw-rw-   1 root       sys         64 0x120000 Apr 11 06:14 group
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120001 Apr 11 06:14 lvora02
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120002 Apr 11 06:14 lvora03
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 lvora04
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120004 Apr 11 06:16 lvora06
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120005 Apr 11 06:16 lvora07
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120006 Apr 11 06:16 lvora08
brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120007 Apr 11 06:16 lvora09
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120001 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora02
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120002 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora03
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora04
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120004 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora06
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120005 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora07
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120006 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora08
crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120007 Apr 11 06:14 rlvora09

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora02
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora02

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120001 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/lvora02

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120001 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora02

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora02. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora03
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora03

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120002 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/lvora03

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120002 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora03

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora03. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora04
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora04

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/lvora04

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120003 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora04

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora04. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora06
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora06

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120004 Apr 11 06:16 /dev/vg02rep/lvora06

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120004 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora06

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora06. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora07
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora07

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120005 Apr 11 06:16 /dev/vg02rep/lvora07

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120005 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora07

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora07. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora08
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora08

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120006 Apr 11 06:16 /dev/vg02rep/lvora08

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120006 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora08

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora08. Is it SWAP space?

Logical volume information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09:

--- Logical volumes ---
LV Name                     /dev/vg02rep/lvora09
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
LV Permission               read/write   
LV Status                   available/syncd           
Mirror copies               0            
Consistency Recovery        MWC                 
Schedule                    striped      
LV Size (Mbytes)            11684           
Current LE                  2921      
Allocated PE                2921        
Stripes                     23      
Stripe Size (Kbytes)        8                   
Bad block                   on           
Allocation                  strict                    
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of logical volume ---
   PV Name            LE on PV  PE on PV  
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t2d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t3d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d1    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d2    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d3    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t4d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d4    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d5    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d6    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t5d7    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d0    127       127       
   /dev/dsk/c9t6d1    127       127       

/etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09:




WARNING! There is no /etc/fstab entry for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09.

Local 'bdf' information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09:

Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used  iused  ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg02rep/lvora09

/dev directory information for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09:

brw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120007 Apr 11 06:16 /dev/vg02rep/lvora09

crw-r-----   1 root       sys         64 0x120007 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/vg02rep/rlvora09

Command to recreate the filesystem for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09:

mkfs -F vxfs -o ninode=unlimited,bsize=2048,version=3,inosize=256,logsize=1024,largefiles /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 11964416

Top-level directory listing for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 is:



WARNING! No top-level listing available for /dev/vg02rep/lvora09. Is it SWAP space?

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t2d6:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d6:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d6" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t2d6".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d6
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d6	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 6 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.6 /dev/dsk/c11t2d6

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d6:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b2600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t2d6

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b2600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t2d6

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t2d6:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d7:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d7
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d7	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 7 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.2.7 /dev/dsk/c9t2d7

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t2d7:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x092700 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t2d7

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x092700 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t2d7

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t2d7:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d7:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t2d7" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t2d7".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t2d7
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t2d7	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 2 SCSI LUN 7 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.2.7 /dev/dsk/c11t2d7

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t2d7:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b2700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t2d7

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b2700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t2d7

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t2d7:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t3d2:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d2
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d2	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 3 SCSI LUN 2 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.3.2 /dev/dsk/c9t3d2

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t3d2:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x093200 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t3d2

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x093200 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t3d2

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t3d2:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d2:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t3d2" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t3d2".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d2
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d2	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 3 SCSI LUN 2 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.2 /dev/dsk/c11t3d2

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d2:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b3200 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t3d2

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b3200 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t3d2

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t3d2:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d5:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t3d5" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t3d5".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d5
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d5	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 3 SCSI LUN 5 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.5 /dev/dsk/c11t3d5

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d5:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b3500 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t3d5

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b3500 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t3d5

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t3d5:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d6:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t3d6" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t3d6".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d6
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d6	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 3 SCSI LUN 6 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.6 /dev/dsk/c11t3d6

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d6:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b3600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t3d6

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b3600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t3d6

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t3d6:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d7:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t3d7" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t3d7".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t3d7
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t3d7	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 3 SCSI LUN 7 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.3.7 /dev/dsk/c11t3d7

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t3d7:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b3700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t3d7

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b3700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t3d7

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t3d7:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t4d1:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t4d1
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t4d1	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 4 SCSI LUN 1 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4.1 /dev/dsk/c9t4d1

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t4d1:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x094100 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t4d1

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x094100 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t4d1

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t4d1:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t4d4:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t4d4
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t4d4	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 4 SCSI LUN 4 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.4.4 /dev/dsk/c9t4d4

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t4d4:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x094400 Jul 22  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t4d4

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x094400 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t4d4

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t4d4:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t5d6:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t5d6
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t5d6	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 5 SCSI LUN 6 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5.6 /dev/dsk/c9t5d6

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t5d6:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x095600 Aug  6  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t5d6

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x095600 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t5d6

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t5d6:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t5d6:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t5d6" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t5d6".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t5d6
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t5d6	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 5 SCSI LUN 6 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.5.6 /dev/dsk/c11t5d6

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t5d6:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b5600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t5d6

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b5600 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t5d6

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t5d6:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t5d7:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t5d7
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t5d7	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 5 SCSI LUN 7 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.5.7 /dev/dsk/c9t5d7

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t5d7:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x095700 Aug  6  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t5d7

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x095700 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t5d7

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t5d7:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t5d7:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t5d7" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t5d7".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t5d7
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t5d7	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 5 SCSI LUN 7 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.5.7 /dev/dsk/c11t5d7

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t5d7:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b5700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t5d7

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b5700 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t5d7

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t5d7:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c9t6d0:

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t6d0
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t6d0	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 9 SCSI target 6 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 2/0/0.8.0.67.0.6.0 /dev/dsk/c9t6d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c9t6d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x096000 Aug  6  2002 /dev/dsk/c9t6d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x096000 Apr 11 06:14 /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512

Physical volume information for /dev/dsk/c11t6d0:

Device file path "/dev/dsk/c11t6d0" is an alternate path
to the Physical Volume. Using Primary Link "/dev/dsk/c9t6d0".
--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c9t6d0
PV Name                     /dev/dsk/c11t6d0	Alternate Link
VG Name                     /dev/vg02rep
PV Status                   available                
Allocatable                 yes          
VGDA                        2   
Cur LV                      17     
PE Size (Mbytes)            4               
Total PE                    2157    
Free PE                     0       
Allocated PE                2157        
Stale PE                    0       
IO Timeout (Seconds)        default             

   --- Distribution of physical volume ---
   LV Name              LE of LV  PE for LV 
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora02 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora03 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora04 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora06 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora07 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora08 127       127       
   /dev/vg02rep/lvora09 127       127       

Device driver info, path, etc. from lssf:

sdisk card instance 11 SCSI target 6 SCSI LUN 0 section 0 at address 1/0/0.8.0.92.0.6.0 /dev/dsk/c11t6d0

/dev directory information for /dev/dsk/c11t6d0:

brw-r-----   1 bin        sys         31 0x0b6000 Aug 30  2002 /dev/dsk/c11t6d0

crw-r-----   1 bin        sys        188 0x0b6000 Aug 30  2002 /dev/rdsk/c11t6d0

Drive brand and model information:

SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/c11t6d0:
             vendor: EMC     
         product id: SYMMETRIX       
               type: direct access
               size: 8838720 Kbytes
   bytes per sector: 512


EMC Symmetrix and Disk Configuration

[Back to Top]

The version of SYMCLI and SYMAPI is:


    Symmetrix CLI (SYMCLI) Version       : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)
    Built with SYMAPI Version            : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)
    SYMAPI Run Time Version              : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)



The Symmetrix Units known to hpdatab include:


                                S Y M M E T R I X                         

                                    Mcode    Cache      Num Phys  Num Symm
    SymmID       Attachment  Model  Version  Size (MB)  Devices   Devices 

    999999999999 Local       8530   5567      8192       106       327



The detail information for SID 999999999999 includes:


Symmetrix ID: 999999999999

    Product Model                        : 8530
    Symmetrix ID                         : 999999999999

    Microcode Version (Number)           : 5567 (15BFAA01)
    Microcode Date                       : 11.13.2002

    Microcode Patch Date                 : 11.13.2002
    Microcode Patch Level                : 49

    Cache Size                           :   8192 (MB)
    # of Available Cache Slots           : 192752
    Max # of System Write Pending Slots  : 154352
    Max # of DA Write Pending Slots      :  77176
    Max # of Device Write Pending Slots  :   7215

    Symmetrix Total Operating Time       : 360 days, 02:12:07
    Symmetrix Power ON Time              : Tue Apr 16 13:52:36 2002
    Symmetrix Last IPL Time (Cold)       : Tue May  7 12:06:49 2002
    Symmetrix Last Fast IPL Time (Hot)   : Mon Dec 16 08:50:26 2002

    Host DB Sync Time                    : Tue Sep 17 12:10:06 2002
    Symmetrix CLI (SYMCLI) Version       : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)
    Built with SYMAPI Version            : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)
    SYMAPI Run Time Version              : V6.0.1.0 (Edit Level: 278)

    Number of Configured (Sym) Devices   : 327
    Number of Visible (Host) Devices     : 106
    Number of Configured Actual Disks    :  43
    Number of Configured Hot Spares      :   0

    Number of Powerpath Devices          :   0
    Powerpath Run Time Version           : N/A

    SDDF Configuration State             : Enabled
    Configuration Change State           : Enabled
    WORM Configuration Level             : N/A
    WORM Charateristics                  : N/A

    Symmetrix Configuration Checksum     : 10BF20
    Switched RDF Configuration State     : Disabled
    Concurrent RDF Configuration State   : Disabled
    Dynamic RDF Configuration State      : Disabled
    RDF Data Mobility Configuration State: Disabled
    Access Control Configuration State   : Disabled
    Device Masking (VCM) Config State    : Mixed




Summary list of devices connected to SID 999999999999:


Symmetrix ID: 999999999999

        Device Name           Directors                  Device                
---------------------------- ------------ -------------------------------------
                                                                           Cap 
Physical                Sym  SA :P DA :IT Config        Attribute    Sts   (MB)
---------------------------- ------------ -------------------------------------

/dev/rdsk/c9t0d0        0001 04A:1 01A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d1        0002 04A:1 02B:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d2        0003 04A:1 01B:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d3        0004 04A:1 02A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d4        0005 04A:1 16B:D0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d5        0006 04A:1 15A:D0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d6        0007 04A:1 16A:D0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t0d7        0008 04A:1 15B:D0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t1d0        0009 04A:1 16B:C1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t1d1        000A 04A:1 15A:C1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d2        0013 04A:1 16A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d3        0014 04A:1 15B:C0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d4        0015 04A:1 01A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d5        0016 04A:1 02B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d6        0017 04A:1 16A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d7        0018 04A:1 15B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t3d0        0019 04A:1 01A:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t3d1        001A 04A:1 02B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t4d6        00C5 04A:1 01B:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t4d7        00C6 04A:1 02A:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d0        00C7 04A:1 16B:D2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d1        00C8 04A:1 16A:D1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d2        00C9 04A:1 15B:D1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d3        00CA 04A:1 16B:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d4        0134 04A:1 02A:C0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d5        0135 04A:1 16B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d6        0136 04A:1 15A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t5d7        0137 04A:1 01B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t6d0        0138 04A:1 02A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t6d1        0139 04A:1 16B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t15d0       0113 04A:1 02B:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3
/dev/rdsk/c9t15d1       0114 04A:1 16A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3
/dev/rdsk/c9t15d2       0115 04A:1 15A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3
/dev/rdsk/c11t0d0       0001 13B:1 01A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t0d1       0002 13B:1 02B:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t0d2       0003 13B:1 01B:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t0d3       0004 13B:1 02A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d2       0013 13B:1 16A:C0 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d3       0014 13B:1 15B:C0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d4       0015 13B:1 01A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d5       0016 13B:1 02B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d6       0017 13B:1 16A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t2d7       0018 13B:1 15B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t3d0       0019 13B:1 01A:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t3d1       001A 13B:1 02B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t3d2       001B 13B:1 16A:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t3d3       001C 13B:1 15B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t4d4       0025 13B:1 16B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t4d5       0026 13B:1 15A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t4d6       00C5 13B:1 01B:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t4d7       00C6 13B:1 02A:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d0       00C7 13B:1 16B:D2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d1       00C8 13B:1 16A:D1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d2       00C9 13B:1 15B:D1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d3       00CA 13B:1 16B:C2 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d4       0134 13B:1 02A:C0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d5       0135 13B:1 16B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d6       0136 13B:1 15A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t5d7       0137 13B:1 01B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t6d0       0138 13B:1 02A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t6d1       0139 13B:1 16B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c11t15d0      0125 13B:1 02A:C1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3
/dev/rdsk/c11t15d1      0126 13B:1 02B:C1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3
/dev/rdsk/c11t15d2      0127 13B:1 01B:C1 2-Way Mir     N/Grp'd      RW       3



VCM devices for SID 999999999999:

There are no visible VCM devices for 999999999999.

SRDF devices for SID 999999999999:

There are no SRDF devices for 999999999999 and hpdatab.

BCV devices for SID 999999999999:


Symmetrix ID: 999999999999

        Device Name           Directors                  Device                
---------------------------- ------------ -------------------------------------
                                                                           Cap 
Physical                Sym  SA :P DA :IT Config        Attribute    Sts   (MB)
---------------------------- ------------ -------------------------------------

/dev/rdsk/c9t2d3        0014 04A:1 15B:C0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d4        0015 04A:1 01A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d5        0016 04A:1 02B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d6        0017 04A:1 16A:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t2d7        0018 04A:1 15B:D0 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t3d0        0019 04A:1 01A:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t3d1        001A 04A:1 02B:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632
/dev/rdsk/c9t3d2        001B 04A:1 16A:C1 BCV           N/Asst'd     RW    8632


Data Groups for SID 999999999999:

There are no defined data groups for 999999999999.

Data Group Definition files for hpdatab:

/scripts/databpkg.grp:

DEV100 bcv ld BCV023
DEV101 bcv ld BCV024
DEV102 bcv ld BCV025
DEV103 bcv ld BCV026
DEV10b bcv ld BCV027
DEV106 bcv ld BCV028
DEV111 bcv ld BCV029
DEV105 bcv ld BCV02a
DEV10c bcv ld BCV02b
DEV10d bcv ld BCV02c
DEV104 bcv ld BCV02d
DEV10a bcv ld BCV02e
DEV10f bcv ld BCV02f
DEV10e bcv ld BCV030
DEV107 bcv ld BCV031
DEV108 bcv ld BCV032
DEV109 bcv ld BCV033
DEV110 bcv ld BCV034


Gateways for SID 999999999999:

There are no defined gateways for 999999999999.

Device Details for 999999999999:

Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t0d1:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t0d1

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0002
    Device Serial ID         : 99002000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Attached BCV Device      : N/A

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : 2-Way Mir      

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (4):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t0d1         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  00  001
        /dev/rdsk/c11t0d1        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  00  001
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  00  001
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  00  001
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,Data,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,RW,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [02B, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m

        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [15A, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0002
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99002000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0015
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99015000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:15 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :      156
        }




Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t0d2:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t0d2

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0003
    Device Serial ID         : 99003000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Attached BCV Device      : N/A

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : 2-Way Mir      

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (6):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t0d2         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  00  002
        /dev/rdsk/c11t0d2        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  00  002
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    0    RW      -  00   00
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    1    RW      -  00   00
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  00  002
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  00  002
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,Data,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,RW,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [01B, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m

        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [16A, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0003
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99003000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0016
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99016000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:26 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :   111298
        }




Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t0d3:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t0d3

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0004
    Device Serial ID         : 99004000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Attached BCV Device      : N/A

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : 2-Way Mir      

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (6):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t0d3         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  00  003
        /dev/rdsk/c11t0d3        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  00  003
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    0    RW      -  00   01
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    1    RW      -  00   01
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  00  003
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  00  003
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,Data,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,RW,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [02A, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m

        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [15B, C, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :    1
        Hyper Number                           :    1
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0004
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99004000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0017
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99017000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:22 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :   111192
        }


Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t1d7:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t1d7

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0010
    Device Serial ID         : 99010000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Attached BCV Device      : N/A

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : 2-Way Mir      

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (6):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t1d7         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  01  007
        /dev/rdsk/c11t1d7        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  01  007
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    0    RW      -  01   05
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    1    RW      -  01   05
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  01  007
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  01  007
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,Data,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,RW,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [02A, D, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   44
        Hyper Number                           :    2
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m

        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [15B, D, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   44
        Hyper Number                           :    2
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0010
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99010000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0023
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99023000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:38 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :   111181
        }




Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t5d2:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t5d2

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 00C9
    Device Serial ID         : 990C9000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Attached BCV Device      : N/A

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : 2-Way Mir      

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (6):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t5d2         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  05  002
        /dev/rdsk/c11t5d2        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  05  002
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    0    RW      -  02   07
        Not Visible              N/A       03A   SA    1    RW      -  02   07
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  05  002
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  05  002
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,Data,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,RW,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [15B, D, 1]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   66
        Hyper Number                           :   13
        Disk Capacity                          : 173145m

        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [02A, D, 1]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   66
        Hyper Number                           :   13
        Disk Capacity                          : 173145m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 00C9
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 990C9000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0138
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 48138000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:53 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :   111331
        }




Details for /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0138
    Device Serial ID         : 48138000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0141

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : BCV            

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (4):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c9t6d0         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  06  000
        /dev/rdsk/c11t6d0        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  06  000
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  06  000
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  06  000
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [02A, D, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   45
        Hyper Number                           :    3
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 00C9
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 990C9000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0138
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 48138000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:52 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :      422
        }


Details for /dev/rdsk/c11t2d6:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c11t2d6

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0017
    Device Serial ID         : 99017000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : BCV            

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (4):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c11t2d6        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  02  006
        /dev/rdsk/c9t2d6         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  02  006
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  02  006
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  02  006
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [16A, D, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   44
        Hyper Number                           :    3
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0004
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99004000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0017
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99017000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:22 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :      422
        }




Details for /dev/rdsk/c11t2d7:


    Device Physical Name     : /dev/rdsk/c11t2d7

    Device Symmetrix Name    : 0018
    Device Serial ID         : 99018000
    Symmetrix ID             : 999999999999

    Vendor ID                : EMC
    Product ID               : SYMMETRIX       
    Product Revision         : 5567

    Device Emulation Type    : FBA            
    Device Defined Label Type: N/A            
    Device Defined Label     : N/A            
    Device Sub System Id     : 0x0140

    Device Block Size        : 512

    Device Capacity
        {
        Cylinders            :      18414
        Tracks               :     276210
        512-byte Blocks      :   17677440
        MegaBytes            :       8632
        KiloBytes            :    8838720
        }

    Device Configuration     : BCV            

    Device is WORM Enabled   : No
    Device is WORM Protected : No

    Dynamic Spare Invoked    : No

    Dynamic RDF Capability   : None

    Device Service State     : Normal         

    Device Status            : Ready            (RW)
    Device SA Status         : Ready            (RW)

    Front Director Paths (4):
        {
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 POWERPATH  DIRECTOR     PORT                 
                                 --------- ----------  --------   ------------
        PdevName                 Type      Num   Type  Num  Sts   VBUS TID LUN
        ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        /dev/rdsk/c11t2d7        N/A       13B   FA    1    RW    000  02  007
        /dev/rdsk/c9t2d7         N/A       04A   FA    1    RW    000  02  007
        Not Visible              N/A       04A   FA    0    RW    000  02  007
        Not Visible              N/A       13B   FA    0    RW    000  02  007
        }

    Mirror Set Type          : [Data,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set DA Status     : [RW,N/A,N/A,N/A]

    Mirror Set Inv. Tracks   : [0,0,0,0]

    Back End Disk Director Information
        {
        Hyper Type                             : Data
        Hyper Status                           : Ready           (RW)
        Disk [Director, Interface, TID]        : [15B, D, 0]
        Disk Director Volume Number            :   45
        Hyper Number                           :    3
        Disk Capacity                          : 70007m
        }

    BCV Pair Information
        {
        Standard (STD) Device Symmetrix Name   : 0005
        Standard (STD) Device Serial ID        : 99005000
        Standard (STD) Device Group Name       : Not/Grouped

        BCV Device Symmetrix Name              : 0018
        BCV Device Serial ID                   : 99018000
        BCV Device Associated Group Name       : Not/Associated

        BCV Device Status                      : Ready           (RW)

        State of Pair ( STD <=\=> BCV )        : Split
        Time of Last BCV Action                : Fri Apr 11 06:13:32 2003

        State of BCV Mirrors                   : N/A

        BCV State Flags                        : None
        Percent Split                          : 100%

        Number of Inv. Tracks for STD Device   :        0
        Number of Inv. Tracks for BCV Device   :      422
        }





Kernel Subsystem and Nondefault Parameter Information

[Back to Top]

* Drivers and Subsystems
DlkmDrv
GSCtoPCI
PCItoPCI
arp
asp
autofsc
btlan3
btlan6
c720
cb
cdfs
clone
consp1
core
diag0
diag1
diag2
dlkm
dlpi
dmem
echo
epic
fc
fcT1
fcT1_cntl
fcT1_fcp
fc_arp
fcgsc
fcgsc_lan
fcms
fcp
fcp_cdio
fcparray
fcpdev
fcpmux
ffs
hpstreams
inet
ip
klog
lasi
ldterm
lv
lvm
maclan
netdiag1
netqa
nfs_client
nfs_core
nfs_server
nfsm
nms
nuls
pa_generic_psm
pa_psm
pat_psm
pci
pci_mux0
pckt
pipedev
pipemod
ptem
ptm
pts
rawip
rpcmod
sad
sc
sctl
sdisk
sppcore
stape
stcpmap
strlog
strpty_included
tcp
telm
tels
timod
tirdwr
tlclts
tlcots
tlcotsod
token_arp
tun
udp
ufs
uipc
vxbase
wsio
* Kernel Device info
dump lvol
* Tunable parameters
STRMSGSZ        65535
dbc_max_pct     10
maxdsiz         0X40000000
maxfiles        2048
maxfiles_lim    2048
maxswapchunks   6000
maxtsiz         0X40000000
maxuprc         4000
maxusers        2048
maxvgs          32
msgmax          32768
msgmnb          32768
msgmni          32768
msgssz          16
nfile           50000
nflocks         4096
npty            200
nstrpty         60
num_tachyon_adapters 5
semmni          6600
semmns          6640
semmnu          2240
shmmax          0X40000000
shmmni          1024
shmseg          10


Installed HP Software Information

[Back to Top]


ATS-CORE A.11.09 Service Guard
Accounting B.11.00 Accounting
AdvJournalFS B.11.00 The Advanced VxFS File System
AudioDevKit B.11.00.01 HP-UX Audio Developer Kit
AudioSubsystem B.11.00 HP-UX Audio Subsystem
Auxiliary-Opt B.11.01.06 Auxiliary Optimizer for HP Languages.
C-ANSI-C B.11.01.06 HP C/ANSI C Compiler
C-Analysis-Tools B.11.01.06 C Language Analysis Tools
C-Dev-Tools B.11.01.06 C Language Development Tools
CDE B.11.00 HP-UX CDE User Interface
CDEDevKit B.11.00.01 CDE Developer Kit
CM-Provider-MOF A.11.09 CM Provider and MOF
CPS B.11.00 Compiler Parallel Support Library
Cluster-Monitor A.11.09 HP Cluster Monitor
Contrib-Tools B.11.00.12.07 Contributed Tools
Curses-Color B.11.00 Curses library with color support
DATA-PROTECTOR A.05.00 HP OpenView Storage Data Protector
DCE-Core B.11.00 HP DCE/9000 Core Client Software
DCE-CoreTools B.11.00.10 DCE-CoreTools
DCE-KT-Tools B.11.00.10 DCE-KT-Tools
DDE B.11.01.06 Distributed Debugging Environment DDE 4.22
DebugPrg B.11.01.06 Debugging Support Tools
DigitalVideo B.11.00 Digital Video Software
DiskQuota B.11.00 DiskQuota
DistributedPrint B.11.00 DistributedPrint
EMS-Config A.03.10 EMS Config
EMS-Core A.03.10 EMS Core Product
EMS-KRMonitor A.11.00.01 EMS Kernel Resource Monitor
FCMassStorage B.11.00 Fibre Channel Mass Storage
Glance C.03.70.00 HP GlancePlus/UX
HPNP D.06.21 Hewlett-Packard JetAdmin for Unix Utility
HPPAK B.11.00 HP Programmer's Analysis Kit
HSCFibreCh B.11.00 Fibre Channel/9000 Product
Ignite-UX B.2.2.157 HP-UX System Installation Services
ImagingDevKit B.11.00.01 HP-UX Developer's Toolkit - Imaging
ImagingSubsystem B.11.00 HP-UX Image Viewer Subsystem
International B.11.00 International
InternetSrvcs B.11.00 General network applications and daemons
JournalFS B.11.00 The Base VxFS File System
KRB-Support B.11.00 Kerberos Support for HP-UX and DCE
Keyshell B.11.00 Keyshell
LIF-LOAD B.11.00.12 HP LIF LOAD Tools
LSSERV B.11.00 Network Licensing Server Software
LVM B.11.00 LVM
MSDOS-Utils B.11.00 MSDOS-Utils
MailUtilities B.11.00 User mail agents and related tools
MeasureWare C.03.70.00 MeasureWare Software/UX
MeasurementInt C.03.70.00 HP-UX Measurement Interface for 11.0
NFS B.11.00 ONC/NFS; Network-File System,Information Services,Utilities
Networking B.11.00 HP-UX_10.0_Lanlink_Product
NonHP-Terminfo B.11.00 Non HP terminfo files
OS-Core B.11.00 Core Operating System
OVOPC-AGT A.07.10 VantagePoint Operations Agent
OVSNMPAgent B.11.00 HP-UX_10.0_SNMP_Agent_Product
PCI-MUX B.11.00.04 PCI RS-232 Mux Software
PHCO_12555 1.0 ioinit patch
PHCO_13205 1.0 dd(1) patch for block/unblock conversion
PHCO_13331 1.0 tztab(4) patch
PHCO_13349 1.0 XCurses header patch.
PHCO_13362 1.0 mkmf(1) patch
PHCO_13467 1.0 cumulative savecrash(1M) patch.
PHCO_13542 1.0 tar(1) exit code for nonfatal errors.
PHCO_13719 1.0 comsec (ttsyncd) patch
PHCO_13753 1.0 HP-UX Patch Tools and White Paper
PHCO_13809 1.0 cumulative passwd(1m) patch.
PHCO_13812 1.0 fixes dump(1M) handling of active files
PHCO_13828 1.0 ex(1), vi(1) patch
PHCO_13966 1.0 cpio(1) - Fix -p to report number of blocks.
PHCO_13983 1.0 df(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_14044 1.0 cumulative newgrp(1) patch
PHCO_14105 1.0 Patch for /sbin/init
PHCO_14194 1.0 quota(1) patch for NFS-quotas
PHCO_14198 1.0 cumulative crashutil(1M) patch.
PHCO_14229 1.0 Cumulative patch for prof
PHCO_14230 1.0 cummulative patch for gprof.
PHCO_14244 1.0 vxdump patch
PHCO_14416 1.0 Obsolete Header Files Removal Patch
PHCO_14419 1.0 restore(1M) fix for cross-platform archives
PHCO_14600 1.0 patch for lif commands
PHCO_14625 1.0 bdf(1M) patch to skip autofs file systems.
PHCO_14627 1.0 mountall(1M) patch; mount cachefs after nfs.
PHCO_14663 1.0 kernsymtab patch for update hang
PHCO_14733 1.0 cumulative passwd(1) patch.
PHCO_14777 1.0 patch for reboot.
PHCO_14778 1.0 cu(1) patch
PHCO_14779 1.0 ct(1) patch
PHCO_14810 1.0 year 2000 fix for power_onoff
PHCO_14812 1.0 acctcon1(1m) patch
PHCO_15220 1.0 sar(1M) Year 2000 fix
PHCO_15231 1.0 cumulative libpam patch.
PHCO_15448 1.0 cumulative libpam.1 patch.
PHCO_15932 1.0 clean_tmps cumulative patch
PHCO_16039 1.0 libnss_files cumulative patch
PHCO_16127 1.0 patch
PHCO_16149 1.0 csh(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_16192 1.0 grep(1),egrep(1),fgrep(1) patch
PHCO_16195 1.0 mc(1m) bug fixes and enhancements
PHCO_16196 1.0 pwck(1M)cumulative patch
PHCO_16244 1.0 vxrestore(1M) patch
PHCO_16280 1.0 du(1) value for non-HP NFS systems incorrect
PHCO_16312 1.0 uucp(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_16341 B.11.00.10 HP AutoRAID Manager cumulative patch
PHCO_16405 1.0 cumulative fbackup(1M)/frecover(1M) patch
PHCO_16421 1.0 kmtools fix to prevent losing vmunix.prev
PHCO_16438 1.0 PFS cumulative patch
PHCO_16489 1.0 S-Chinese zh_CN.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_16490 1.0 T-Chinese zh_TW.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_16491 1.0 Hong Kong zh_HK.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_16492 1.0 Japanese ja_JP.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_16493 1.0 Korean ko_KR.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_16496 1.0 Align univ.utf8 to Unicode 2.0 std and EURO
PHCO_16527 1.0 eucset(1) patch
PHCO_16583 1.0 umount(1M) - /etc/mnttab access redesign.
PHCO_16704 1.0 config: increase table size for driver libs
PHCO_16720 1.0 st(1) New shared tape administration command
PHCO_16748 1.0 mt(1) new reserve, release, status options
PHCO_16795 1.0 memory windows cumulative patch
PHCO_16847 1.0 XCurses cumulative patch.
PHCO_16871 1.0 adb cumulative patch
PHCO_16885 1.0 pax(1) restoring hard and soft links
PHCO_16965 1.0 Year 2000 rcs(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_17076 1.0 Year 2000 cumulative sccs(1) patch
PHCO_17243 1.0 envd(1M) patch.
PHCO_17252 1.0 syslogd(1) patch
PHCO_17316 1.0 ISO8859-15 locales src, binary
PHCO_17317 1.0 ISO8859-15 converter tables
PHCO_17318 1.0 Conform C.utf8 locale to Unicode 2.0 std
PHCO_17439 1.0 top(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_17440 1.0 useradd(1M) cumulative patch.
PHCO_17441 1.0 DLKM configuration tools cumulative patch
PHCO_17454 1.0 mkfs_hfs VxVM coexistence patch
PHCO_17455 1.0 mkfs_vxfs VxVM coexistence patch
PHCO_17503 1.0 envd.conf patch.
PHCO_17513 1.0 EURO printer fonts support
PHCO_17514 1.0 Euro documentation
PHCO_17553 1.0 Year 2000 cumulative cron/at/crontab patch
PHCO_17556 1.0 fsck_vxfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_17622 1.0 libsec pty patch
PHCO_17712 1.0 Year 2000 nroff(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_17792 1.0 cumulative SAM/ObAM patch
PHCO_17809 1.0 sort(1) cumulative patch.
PHCO_17867 1.0 ioinitrc, assign ttys for B,C class systems
PHCO_18074 1.0 lpspool subsystem cumulative patch
PHCO_18093 1.0 fsadm_vxfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18102 1.0 cumulative 10.20 libc compatibility support
PHCO_18124 1.0 French fr_CA, fr_FR.utf8 locale src, binary
PHCO_18125 1.0 German de_DE.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_18126 1.0 Italian it_IT.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_18127 1.0 Spanish es_ES.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_18128 1.0 Swedish sv_SE.utf8 locale src and binary
PHCO_18129 1.0 Europe, Mid-East & Americas UTF8 locale src
PHCO_18132 1.0 Year 2000 HP-UX Operating System Patch Tool
PHCO_18183 1.0 Software Distributor (SD-UX) Cumulative Patch
PHCO_18184 1.0 DLKM configuration tools cumulative patch
PHCO_18227 1.0 libc cumulative patch
PHCO_18228 1.0 libc man page cumulative patch
PHCO_18229 1.0 libc cumulative header file patch
PHCO_18230 1.0 HPDPS patch - 4/23/99
PHCO_18276 1.0 cumulative date(1) patch.
PHCO_18316 1.0 mount(1M) cumulative patch.
PHCO_18332 1.0 ttytype(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_18333 1.0 stty(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_18374 1.0 cumulative patch for ipcs(1)
PHCO_18376 1.0 tztab(4) cumulative patch
PHCO_18445 1.0 pwgrd(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18446 1.0 ps(1) Cumulative patch
PHCO_18447 1.0 sh-posix(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_18462 1.0 diskusg_vxfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18464 1.0 getext(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18466 1.0 vxdump (1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18467 1.0 vxrestore(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18468 1.0 vxupgrade(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18470 1.0 df(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18471 1.0 fstyp (1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_18472 1.0 fs_wrapper(1M) - Multiple VxFS versions.
PHCO_18676 1.0 make(1) patch.
PHCO_18901 1.0 extendfs_hfs fix for large file systems
PHCO_19040 1.0 ups_mond (1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_19053 1.0 ksh(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_19054 1.0 sh-posix(1) cumulative patch
PHCO_19091 1.0 cumulative fsck_hfs(1M) patch
PHCO_19208 1.0 fuser(1M) performance.
PHCO_19292 1.0 cumulative patch
PHCO_19308 1.0 savecrash(1M) cumulative patch.
PHCO_19435 1.0 csh(1) cumulative patch.
PHCO_19479 1.0 LVM commands cumulative patch
PHCO_19484 1.0 lpspool subsystem cumulative patch
PHCO_19486 B.11.00.05 HP Array Manager/60 cumulative patch
PHCO_19491 1.0 libc cumulative patch
PHCO_19550 1.0 HP-UX Patch Tools and White Paper
PHCO_19571 B.11.00.07 HP Array Manager/60 cumulative patch
PHCO_19623 1.0 mount_hfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_19624 1.0 mount_cdfs(1M) patch - recompile only.
PHCO_19640 1.0 Manual page for SCSI passthru device
PHCO_19656 1.0 mkboot(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_19666 1.0 libpthreads cumulative patch
PHCO_19673 1.0 fsck_hfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_19701 1.0 tsm(1) cumulative patch.
PHCO_19726 1.0 crashconf(1M) cumulative patch.
PHCO_19732 1.0 cumulative fbackup(1M)/frecover(1M) patch
PHCO_19772 1.0 Correct return values from st(1M)
PHCO_19945 1.0 bdf(1M) patch to skip autofs file systems.
PHCO_19986 1.0 Year 2000 cumulative cron/at/crontab patch
PHCO_20026 1.0 cummulative cpio(1) patch
PHCO_20027 1.0 pax(1) cummulative patch
PHCO_20028 1.0 Cummulative tar(1) patch
PHCO_20029 1.0 cummulative cp(1) patch
PHCO_20030 1.0 Enhance ln(1) to work with JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20031 1.0 Enhance ls(1) to work with JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20032 1.0 Enhance mv(1) to work with JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20033 1.0 Enhance rm(1) to work with JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20034 1.0 Enhance shar(1) to work with JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20035 1.0 cummulative compact(1) patch
PHCO_20036 1.0 cummulative compress(1) patch
PHCO_20037 1.0 Enhance find(1) for JFS ACLs.
PHCO_20038 1.0 cummulative pack(1) patch
PHCO_20039 1.0 Enhance unpack(1) to work with JFS ACLs
PHCO_20054 1.0 LVM commands cumulative patch
PHCO_20070 1.0 quota(1) patch for NFS-quotas
PHCO_20075 1.0 XCurses cumulative patch
PHCO_20078 1.0 Software Distributor (SD-UX) Cumulative Patch
PHCO_20104 1.0 cumulative libpam patch.
PHCO_20179 1.0 Release Notes and Release Notes Addendum
PHCO_20181 1.0 mediainit sioflop driver support
PHCO_20182 1.0 mksf(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_20183 1.0 itemap(1M) for USB keyboards
PHCO_20184 1.0 ITE_x160y49 terminfo file patch.
PHCO_20196 1.0 init.d/savecrash savecrash cumulative patch.
PHCO_20221 1.0 Year 2000 HP-UX Application Patch Tool
PHCO_20262 1.0 q4 patch version A.11.10c
PHCO_20443 1.0 memory windows cumulative patch
PHCO_20493 1.0 cumulative 10.20 libc compatibility support
PHCO_20531 1.0 mount(1M) cumulative patch.
PHCO_20894 1.0 cumulative hardware enablement patch
PHCO_23651 1.0 fsck_vxfs(1M) cumulative patch
PHCO_23876 1.0 cumulative SAM/ObAM patch
PHCO_24347 1.0 HP-UX Patch Tools and White Paper
PHKL_13431 1.0 bad block msg,panic; data possibly corrupted
PHKL_14026 1.0 mtstart() Page fault,tape0 Hang,Panic patch
PHKL_14119 1.0 32bit binary compatibility on 64bit systems
PHKL_14750 1.0 Fix pthread_cond_timedwait(3T) error return
PHKL_14762 1.0 POSIX semaphore deadlock/hang
PHKL_14763 1.0 JFS extended map inodes cause fsck failure
PHKL_14765 1.0 Fixes HFS Panic in alloccgblk
PHKL_14999 1.0 pthread(3t) man page defect fix
PHKL_15489 1.0 setsid, setpgrp, and setpgrp3 manpages
PHKL_15547 1.0 Recompile with optimization for performance.
PHKL_15687 1.0 mk_kernel:Eliminate debug related warnings
PHKL_15689 1.0 AutoFS support patch
PHKL_15955 1.0 autox0 cumulative patch.
PHKL_16074 1.0 KI nfs performance fix and KI panic fix
PHKL_16209 1.0 fix race conditions in UP emulation
PHKL_16807 1.0 DLKM unloading and Open bug with autoloading
PHKL_16983 1.0 Return correct value for open()
PHKL_17019 1.0 ttrace(2) man page update
PHKL_17036 1.0 Core LAN HPUX driver for V class only.
PHKL_17037 1.0 kernel changes to support coke/pmon on V2500
PHKL_17038 1.0 Data Page Fault when field vmtrace'ng fix
PHKL_17048 1.0 Obsolete /usr/include/machine/space.h
PHKL_17333 1.0 scsi3 cumulative patch
PHKL_17358 1.0 Enable SCSI floppy for 64 bit computers
PHKL_17368 1.0 SCSI Pass thru driver cumulative patch
PHKL_17801 1.0 fix device swap problems
PHKL_17935 1.0 libpthreads cumulative patch
PHKL_18111 1.0 Adds check on BSS size for ELF64 executables
PHKL_18452 1.0 Invalid I/O sizes from JFS causes hangs
PHKL_18543 1.0 PM/VM/UFS/async/scsi/io/DMAPI/JFS/perf patch
PHKL_18796 1.0 Fix for VxFS quota access failure
PHKL_18798 1.0 Fix for HFS filesystems with short filenames
PHKL_18799 1.0 PANIC in diskquota while running sendmail
PHKL_18800 1.0 Cumulative JFS patch - panic:dirty inval
PHKL_18801 1.0 Fix for JFS fsadm ENOSPC errors
PHKL_19080 1.0 New tape support. Defect fix for 9840 tape.
PHKL_19169 1.0 Correct VxFS process hangs
PHKL_19179 1.0 Virtual and profile timers fix.
PHKL_19202 1.0 fsadm panic if extending root on 11.x
PHKL_19203 1.0 Fix for system hang in vx_inval_list()
PHKL_19204 1.0 vxfs mount,fsck cumulative patch
PHKL_19246 1.0 vm_superpage patch
PHKL_19286 1.0 Enable boot-time hooks for 3rd party driver.
PHKL_19291 1.0 mk_kernel:DLKM needed symbols/debug warnings
PHKL_19311 1.0 Fixes a coherency corner case for mmap & I/O
PHKL_19315 1.0 Fix over-subscription in gang-scheduling.
PHKL_19321 1.0 Handle more devices, data corrupt, sys hang
PHKL_19416 1.0 Fibre Channel Mass Storage Driver Patch
PHKL_19481 1.0 Fix for vxfs mount/unmount w/nolog option
PHKL_19573 1.0 cumulative pstat(2) patch
PHKL_19647 1.0 Fix rare TLB multiprocessor hang
PHKL_19734 1.0 diag1 add PCI subvendor info,FC card support
PHKL_19763 1.0 Fix debugging shared lib gets SIGSEGV
PHKL_19773 1.0 Correct process hangs on ufs inodes
PHKL_19800 1.0 fix unmount and MMF VxFS hangs
PHKL_19991 1.0 Fixes mmap & I/O coherency, enables JFS ACLs
PHKL_20016 1.0 2nd CPU not recognized in G70/H70/I70
PHKL_20079 1.0 VxFS vx_iget performance improvement
PHKL_20123 1.0 PCI-PCI Bridge Fixes & V-class BA hints fix
PHKL_20151 1.0 SBA wrkstn support & N/L class debug support
PHKL_20152 1.0 Enable Superio Core Interfaces
PHKL_20153 1.0 Enable SuperIO parallel interface
PHKL_20154 1.0 IDE/ATAPI hardware support patch
PHKL_20155 1.0 Enable SuperIO floppy drive interface
PHKL_20156 1.0 Cumulative USB Driver patch
PHKL_20157 1.0 SCSI cumulative patch
PHKL_20158 1.0 Audio drvr data crrption fix +audio3 support
PHKL_20159 1.0 VISUALIZE-fxe, legacy graphics, ITE patch
PHKL_20161 1.0 Softpower Switch support for new wkstations
PHKL_20162 1.0 I/O space HPMC fix for new workstations
PHKL_20163 1.0 Fix for LPMC buffer size panic
PHKL_20164 1.0 LBA workstation support & PIOP for N/L class
PHKL_20165 1.0 New workstation WSIO support
PHKL_20166 1.0 New workstation interrupt handling support
PHKL_20167 1.0 Directed range support & PIOP for N/L class
PHKL_20168 1.0 Dump path fix for newer workstations
PHKL_20169 1.0 Use right install kernel on 32/64 bit system
PHKL_20170 1.0 Dino (GSCtoPCI) spinlock fixes
PHKL_20171 1.0 Selective dump size warnings
PHKL_20172 1.0 Remove spurious dump device warning
PHKL_20173 1.0 Include zero page in dumps
PHKL_20174 1.0 LP64 maxdsiz increase (for 32 bit procs)
PHKL_20176 1.0 FC connection, chassis codes, I2O RAIDs
PHKL_20178 1.0 Updated linkorder files
PHKL_20207 B.11.00.AA Fibre Channel Mass Storage Driver Patch
PHKL_20208 1.0 WSIO SCSI cumulative patch
PHKL_20222 1.0 Fix boot,JFS; IO perf;PA8600; lg. data(1of8)
PHKL_20223 1.0 mmap panic fix + large data space (2 of 8)
PHKL_20225 1.0 Large Data Space (4 of 8)
PHKL_20226 1.0 Large Data Space (5 of 8)
PHKL_20228 1.0 Large Data Space (7 of 8)
PHKL_20229 1.0 Large Data Space (8 of 8)
PHKL_20245 1.0 __lw_get_thread_times & msem_lock() failures
PHKL_20315 1.0 Cumulative LOFS patch
PHKL_20333 1.0 LVM Cumulative patch
PHKL_20335 1.0 boot,JFS;IO perf;PA8600;3GB data;NFS;bcache
PHKL_20347 1.0 Fix panic due to unexpected_trap
PHKL_20349 1.0 32/64 binary compat, pread/pwrite syscalls
PHKL_20397 1.0 RW-lock performance tune for lock-write
PHKL_20399 1.0 FSS performance, reboot hang fix.
PHKL_20400 1.0 inherited attrs cause panic in file creation
PHKL_20401 1.0 fix quotaon I/O error problem
PHKL_20426 1.0 resolution of deadlock with mmap and munmap
PHKL_20439 1.0 3GB Virtual Mem; MPI panic fixes
PHKL_20449 1.0 mmap fixes, large data space
PHKL_20473 1.0 I/O forwarding patch
PHKL_20530 1.0 stape cumulative
PHKL_20625 1.0 PM signal, nanosleep and spinlock patch
PHKL_20674 1.0 fix VxFS unmount hang & MMF, sync panics
PHKL_20731 1.0 fix vfork(2)-caused panic when low on memory
PHKL_20995 1.0 Large Data Space (part) + VM cumulative
PHKL_22142 1.0 Cumulative LOFS, select(), IDS/9000 support
PHKL_22469 1.0 Directed range,PIOP for N/L class,PAT Events
PHKL_22494 1.0 PCI ExpROM,bridge,BA hints,Lowfat,PIOP,EPIC
PHKL_22589 1.0 LOFS, select(), IDS/9000 and umount race fix
PHKL_23939 1.0 Fibre Channel Mass Storage Driver Patch
PHKL_24027 1.0 VxFS 3.1 comulative patch
PHKL_24273 1.0 r_refcnt, hdl_pfault cumulative patch
PHNE_13422 1.0 pppd general patch
PHNE_14618 1.0 Bind 4.9.7 components
PHNE_14644 1.0 rbootd cumulative patch
PHNE_14820 1.0 telnet(1) patch
PHNE_15537 1.0 Fibre Channel cumulative patch
PHNE_16091 1.0 r-commands cumulative mega-patch
PHNE_16158 1.0 ping general patch
PHNE_16159 1.0 traceroute general patch
PHNE_16172 1.0 gated (1M) patch.
PHNE_16295 1.0 vacation patch.
PHNE_16390 1.0 mailx(1) patch
PHNE_16520 1.0 arp general patch
PHNE_16546 1.0 telnet kernel patch
PHNE_17027 1.0 inetd(1M) cumulative patch
PHNE_17028 1.0 r-commands cumulative mega-patch
PHNE_17101 1.0 ONC cumulative patch
PHNE_17190 1.0 sendmail(1m) 8.8.6 patch
PHNE_17434 1.0 netstat general patch
PHNE_17586 1.0 NFS Kernel General Release/Performance Patch
PHNE_17829 1.0 bootpd(1M)/DHCP cumulative patch
PHNE_18218 1.0 nettl(1M) & nettladm cumulative patch
PHNE_18354 1.0 ftpd(1M) and ftp(1) patch
PHNE_18377 1.0 ftpd(1M) and ftp(1) patch
PHNE_18527 1.0 telnetd(1M) patch
PHNE_18668 1.0 PCI 100BT cumulative patch
PHNE_18878 1.0 Fix for Streams Pty MP race condition
PHNE_18972 1.0 Cumulative STREAMS Patch
PHNE_19094 1.0 PCI 100B(T/F) cumulative patch
PHNE_19298 1.0 telnetd(1M) patch
PHNE_19616 1.0 Streams Pty cumulative patch
PHNE_19620 1.0 ONC cumulative patch
PHNE_19754 1.0 LAN product cumulative patch
PHNE_19759 1.0 NFS Kernel General Release/Performance Patch
PHNE_19766 1.0 LAN product cumulative patch
PHNE_19826 1.0 Built-in PCI 100BASE-T patch
PHNE_19899 1.0 cumulative ARPA Transport patch
PHNE_19984 1.0 libnm general patch
PHNE_20008 1.0 Cumulative STREAMS Patch
PHNE_20125 1.0 ndd general patch
PHNE_20150 1.0 Cumulative Mux and Pty Patch
PHNE_20431 1.0 Cumulative Mux and Pty Patch
PHNE_20436 1.0 cumulative ARPA Transport patch
PHSS_13409 1.0 CDE Loc Action/Res Dec97 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_14578 1.0 HP C++ core library components (A.12.10)
PHSS_14581 1.0 libm patch
PHSS_14826 1.0 Update man page for gang scheduling
PHSS_16482 1.0 CDE Localization for UTF8 locales
PHSS_16587 1.0 HP aC++ runtime libraries (aCC A.03.13)
PHSS_16649 1.0 Receiver Services October 1998 Patch
PHSS_16839 1.0 Assembler patch.
PHSS_16849 1.0 LIBCL patch
PHSS_16931 1.0 milli.a patch
PHSS_17116 1.0 CPSlib Cumulative Patch
PHSS_17421 1.0 XClients JAN 99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_17535 1.0 Font Server JAN 99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_17810 1.0 HP DCE/9000 1.7 Runtime cumulative patch
PHSS_17980 1.0 ImagingSubsystem April 1999 Periodic Patch
PHSS_18014 1.0 XLocale Database for UTF8
PHSS_18649 1.0 Assembler patch
PHSS_18778 1.0 AudioSubsystem June 1999 Periodic Patch
PHSS_19699 1.0 ImagingSubsystem Sept 1999 Periodic Patch
PHSS_19866 1.0 ld(1) and linker tools cumulative patch
PHSS_19956 1.0 LIBCL patch
PHSS_19964 1.0 X/Motif2.1 Runtime OCT99 Periodic Patch
PHSS_20140 1.0 CDE Runtime OCT99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_20141 1.0 Xserver cumulative patch
PHSS_20142 1.0 X/Motif2.1 Runtime OCT99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_20143 1.0 TechPrintServ OCT99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_20144 1.0 X11 64bit Runtime OCT99 Cumulative patch
PHSS_20145 1.0 CDE Msg Cat OCT99 Cumulative Patch
PHSS_20146 1.0 Firmware update for B1000, C3000 and J5000
PHSS_20149 1.0 SAM Kernel Tunable Parameter Sets
PHSS_20736 1.0 LIBISAMSTUB patch
PHSS_22543 1.0 HP aC++ -AA runtime libraries (aCC A.03.30)
Package-Manager A.11.09 HP Package-Manager
Pretridentive C.11.00.12.01 HP Pretridentive Support
PrinterMgmt B.11.00 PrinterMgmt
ProgSupport B.11.00 ProgSupport
SCSI-Passthru B.11.00 HP SCSI-Passthru Driver
SOE B.11.00 SOE
SUPPORT-TOOLS B.11.00 HP SUPPORT TOOLS
SW-DIST B.11.00 HP-UX Software Distributor
SecurityMon B.11.00 SecurityMon
ServiceGuard A.11.09 Service Guard
SourceControl B.11.00 SourceControl
Spelling B.11.00 Spelling
Streams B.11.00 HP-UX_10.0_Streams_Product
Streams-TIO B.11.00 HP-UX_10.0_Streams-TIO_Product
Sup-Tool-Mgr B.11.00.12.07 Support Tools Manager for HPUX systems
SystemAdmin B.11.00 HP-UX System Administration Tools
SystemComm B.11.00 System Communication utilities - ct,cu,ptydaemon,vt,kermit
TechPrintServ B.11.00 HP-UX Technical Image Printing Service
TerminalMngr B.11.00 TerminalMngr
TextEditors B.11.00 TextEditors
TextFormatters B.11.00 TextFormatters
UUCP B.11.00 Unix to Unix CoPy
Upgrade B.11.00 Upgrade
WDB B.11.01.06 HP Wildebeest (HP WDB) Debugger
X11 B.11.00 HP-UX X Window Software
X11MotifDevKit B.11.00.01 HP-UX Developer's Toolkit - X11, Motif, and Imake
Xserver B.11.00 HP-UX X Server


HP Codeword Information

[Back to Top]

#CD_part_number  Customer_Id              IdType  Codeword
B3920-14007      "TRIDENTSYS"           CUST_ID TRIDENT/SYS
B3920-14008      "TRIDENTSYS"           CUST_ID TRIDENT/SYS
B3920-14009      "TRIDENTSYS"           CUST_ID TRIDENT/SYS
B3920-14008      "TRIDENTSYS"           CUST_ID TRIDENT/SYS


Registered Software Depot Information

[Back to Top]

Depoted Software in /swdepot/applications/HPUX_11.00:

B3693AA C.03.70.00 HP
B3701AA C.03.70.00 HP
B5013AA C.03.10.00 HP
B5015AA C.03.10.00 HP
B5017AA C.03.10.00 HP
B6960AA A.03.10 HP
B6960BA A.04.10 HP
B6960BA A.05.00 HP
B7609BA A.03.20 Event
B8342AA B.11.00.10 Netscape
B8725AA A.01.08 CIFS/9000
B9098AA 1.2.2.11.01 Java
B9416AA 2.0.43.00.05 HP
OnlineDiag B.11.00.23.10 HPUX
T1428AA A.05.01.01 HP-UX
T1456AA 1.4.0.03 Java2
T1471AA A.03.10.002 HP-UX
perl B.5.6.1.E Perl
lsof 4.64 lsof

Depoted Software in /swdepot/patches/HPUX_11.00/K_Servers:

PHCO_22801 1.0 iconv
PHCO_24446 1.0 ied(1)
PHCO_24694 1.0 script(1)
PHCO_24904 1.0 libc
PHCO_26020 1.0 top(1)
PHCO_26021 1.0 ex(1),vi(1)
PHCO_26060 1.0 Kernel
PHCO_26089 1.0 libpam
PHCO_26111 1.0 libc
PHCO_26161 1.0 ioscan(1M)
PHCO_26274 1.0 ps(1)
PHCO_26447 1.0 USB
PHCO_26545 1.0 scsictl(1M)
PHCO_26823 B.11.00.16 HP
PHCO_26897 1.0 cummulative
PHCO_26916 1.0 more(1)
PHCO_27012 1.0 diff(1)
PHCO_27132 1.0 lpspool
PHCO_27141 1.0 cumulative
PHCO_27277 1.0 chmod(1)
PHCO_27340 1.0 printf(1)
PHCO_27370 1.0 mksf(1M)
PHCO_27418 1.0 ksh(1)
PHCO_27446 1.0 ioinit(1M)
PHCO_27521 1.0 awk(1)
PHCO_27528 1.0 tztab(4)
PHCO_27565 1.0 sort(1)
PHCO_27567 1.0 fstyp
PHCO_27672 1.0 Software
PHCO_27721 1.0 login(1)
PHCO_27774 1.0 libc
PHCO_27779 1.0 HP-UX
PHCO_27907 1.0 libsamalloc
PHCO_28316 1.0 rc
PHKL_24279 1.0 Directed
PHKL_26007 1.0 Page
PHKL_26008 1.0 pstat
PHKL_26031 1.0 New
PHKL_26136 1.0 dyn
PHKL_26339 1.0 KEPD_PRINTF
PHKL_26404 1.0 Timers
PHKL_26406 1.0 FXE
PHKL_26450 1.0 Rock
PHKL_26934 1.0 Data
PHKL_26995 1.0 syscall,
PHKL_27080 1.0 Fixes
PHKL_27180 1.0 Corrected
PHKL_27220 1.0 Enable
PHKL_27282 1.0 signal
PHKL_27303 1.0 SCSI
PHKL_27314 1.0 HPMC,
PHKL_27553 1.0 PSW,
PHKL_27813 1.0 POSIX
PHKL_27980 1.0 VxFS
PHKL_28172 1.0 kmadmin;
PHKL_28180 1.0 Probe,IDDS,PM,VM,PA-8700,AIO,T600,FS,PDC,CLK
PHKL_28314 1.0 PTHREAD_PROCESS_SHARED
PHNE_25907 1.0 Built-in
PHNE_26096 1.0 telnet
PHNE_27788 1.0 Cumulative
PHNE_27821 1.0 Streams
PHSS_24937 1.0 Chinese-T
PHSS_25718 1.0 LIBCL
PHSS_26320 1.0 MILLI/ASM
PHSS_26490 1.0 CDE
PHSS_26495 1.0 CDE
PHSS_26497 1.0 XClients
PHSS_26620 B.11.00.12 Xserver
PHSS_26972 1.0 Japanese
PHSS_26974 1.0 Korean
PHSS_26976 1.0 Chinese-S
PHSS_27203 1.0 OV
PHSS_27232 1.0 X/Motif
PHSS_27333 1.0 OV
PHSS_27366 1.0 Shared
PHSS_27387 1.0 OV
PHSS_27417 1.0 OV
PHSS_27584 1.0 OV
PHSS_27699 1.0 CPSlib
PHSS_27850 1.0 OV
PHSS_27914 1.0 OV
PHSS_28012 1.0 OV
PHSS_28221 1.0 OV
PHSS_28236 1.0 OV
PHSS_28348 1.0 OV

Depoted Software in /swdepot/patches/HPUX_11.00/N_Servers:

PHSS_26533 1.0 N4000

Depoted Software in /swdepot/patches/HPUX_11.00/L_Servers:

PHSS_25684 1.0 L1000/L2000
PHSS_27466 1.0 L1500



Name Resolution

[Back to Top]

/etc/resolv.conf contains:
nameserver 192.1.1.20
nameserver 192.1.1.17
domain tridentsys.com

/etc/nsswitch.conf contains: passwd: files nis group: files nis hosts: files [SUCCESS=return NOTFOUND=continue UNAVAIL=continue TRYAGAIN=continue] nis [SUCCESS=return NOTFOUND=continue UNAVAIL=continue TRYAGAIN=continue] dns networks: files protocols: files rpc: files publickey: files netgroup: files automount: files aliases: files services: files


Network Information Service (NIS)

[Back to Top]

The domain name is tridenthpprod
hpdatab is has hptest as its NIS server.

The domain is made up of the following servers:

hpprod
hpdatab
hpdevel
hptest


hpdatab is NOT a NIS_MASTER_SERVER.
hpdatab is a NIS_SLAVE_SERVER.
hpdatab is a NIS_CLIENT.


The master list of maps and the master server includes:

auto.master hpprod
group.bygid hpprod
group.byname hpprod
hosts.byaddr hpprod
hosts.byname hpprod
mail.aliases hpprod
mail.byaddr hpprod
netgroup hpprod
netgroup.byhost hpprod
netgroup.byuser hpprod
netid.byname hpprod
networks.byaddr hpprod
networks.byname hpprod
passwd.byname hpprod
passwd.byuid hpprod
protocols.byname hpprod
protocols.bynumber hpprod
publickey.byname hpprod
rpc.byname hpprod
rpc.bynumber hpprod
servi.bynp hpprod
services.byname hpprod
ypservers hpprod


/etc/nsswitch.conf controls use of NIS maps:
passwd: files nis
group: files nis
hosts: files [SUCCESS=return NOTFOUND=continue UNAVAIL=continue TRYAGAIN=continue] nis [SUCCESS=return NOTFOUND=continue UNAVAIL=continue TRYAGAIN=continue] dns
networks: files
protocols: files
rpc: files
publickey: files
netgroup: files
automount: files
aliases: files
services: files

Below are the key NIS maps that are either managed from DNS, NIS or are local.
They are managed by explicit policies set up in /etc/nsswitch.conf or defaults:

passwd is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis.

The NIS map is appended to the local map.

The local map for passwd is:

root:ptFu.7rhqTju.:0:3::/:/sbin/sh
daemon:*:1:5::/:/sbin/sh
bin:*:2:2::/usr/bin:/sbin/sh
sys:*:3:3::/:
adm:*:4:4::/var/adm:/sbin/sh
uucp:*:5:3::/var/spool/uucppublic:/usr/lbin/uucp/uucico
lp:*:9:7::/var/spool/lp:/sbin/sh
nuucp:*:11:11::/var/spool/uucppublic:/usr/lbin/uucp/uucico
hpdatab:*:27:1:ALLBASE:/:/sbin/sh
nobody:*:-2:-2::/:
www:*:30:1::/:
sam_exec:xxx:0:1::/home/sam_exec:/usr/bin/sh
+::-2:-2:::


The NIS map is appended as follows:

dduck:QrLX9VbLmV:50474:125:Daffy Duck,,,:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/home/dduck:/usr/bin/ksh
sfcc:bg1C8knCEjDvIjk*:50646:125:SF Agent Costing,,:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/sfcc:/usr/bin/ksh
goofy:QrLXzLeVj9zMw:379:125:Goofy:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/goofy:/usr/bin/ksh
winkle:iwS.CDnicw3KQ:50144:125:Bull Winkle,58785,:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/winkle:/usr/bin/ksh
dawg:7fCPTPWfRi5OY:50255:125:Deputy Dawg,45721,:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/ddawg:/usr/bin/ksh
hsimpson:S.DNV0x9VbLvM:314:125:Homer Simpson:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/donuts:/usr/bin/ksh
squirrel:gIqG8hPTAQxNc:352:125:Rocet J. Squirrel:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/squirrel:/usr/bin/ksh
mrbig:BMfjFAbdFUDQM:376:125:Mr. Big:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/mrbig:/usr/bin/ksh
heckle:51knCEjDvbIjk:395:125:Heckle Magpie:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/heckle:/usr/bin/ksh
jeckle:z6XpPMqI3SPUM:50052:125:Jeckle Magpie:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/jeckle:/usr/bin/ksh
msimpson:g1C8iwCMz7dxk:50333:125:Marge Simpson:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/bluehair:/usr/bin/ksh
peabody:b39mY1FITU/kA:50521:125:Professor Peabody:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/neatglasses:/usr/bin/ksh
doright:I1ThPk69i3dnY:50689:125:Dudley Doright:/ora05/prod01/prd/home/mounties:/usr/bin/ksh


group is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis.

The NIS map is appended to the local map.

The local map for group is:

root::0:root
other::1:root,hpdatab
bin::2:root,bin
sys::3:root,uucp
adm::4:root,adm
daemon::5:root,daemon
mail::6:root
lp::7:root,lp
tty::10:
nuucp::11:nuucp
users::20:root
nogroup:*:-2:
dba::101: bsp
bsp::125:
+::-2:-2:::


The NIS map is appended as follows:

adm::4:root,adm
tty::10:
finance::400:
train::580:tr000a,tr001a,tr002a,sqltrace
bin::2:bin,root
sys::3:root,uucp
lp::7:root,lp
users::20:root,guest,mbak,opc_adm,hpsupp,netscape,rburnett
nogroup:*:-2:
hlpdsk::200:help1,help2,super
consult::900:officemax,filenes,bigy,macys
patrol::600:patrol
vendors::700:ftb
root::0:root,ucreate
mail::6:root
nuucp::11:nuucp
dba::101:prod,oracle
opcgrp::77:openview_op
other::1:root,hpdatab,sam_exec
prod::125:krispy,dunkin,bagel,nathans,burgerking,pandabear,thewok,boston,deangelos
coradm::300:mercedes,benz,audi,toyota
daemon::5:root,daemon
service::500:
tech::150:blazer,sierra,liberty,jeep


hosts is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis files.

hosts map for the nis policy is:

127.0.0.1	localhost	loopback
192.1.140.3	databpkg	databpkg.tridentsys.com	  	#NFS			
192.1.140.4	hpprod		hpprod.tridentsys.com	  	#Prod Application
192.1.1.12	payrollpkg	payrollpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.13	prodrpkg	prodrpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.14 	devpkg		devpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.25	testapps	testapps.tridentsys.com   	#Test applications
192.1.1.65 	hpwatch 	hpwatch.tridentsys.com 		#ITO
192.1.1.67	hpsysadm 	hpsysadm.tridentsys.com      	#System Management
192.1.1.68	hpburn		hpburn.tridentsys.com     	#Omniback, Batch
192.1.152.17	collect2	collect2.tridentsys.com  	#Collections 2
192.1.1.88	datactr82prt    datactr82prt.tridentsys.com  	#Data Center 8200 printer
192.1.1.11	hpora1		hpora1.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.8	hpora2		hpora2.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.15	salespkg	salespkg.tridentsys.com   	#Sales Server
192.1.140.120   hpweb		hpweb.tridentsys.com    	#Web applications
192.1.2.60	hptest		hptest.tridentsys.com    	#QA
192.1.1.61   	hptest01	hptest01.tridentsys.com     	#Quality Ass.
192.2.200.170	hptrident	hptrident.tridentsys.com      	#SF Distribution
192.1.1.28	itprt		itprt.tridentsys.com     	#IT Printer
192.1.155.104   payroll         payroll.tridentsys.com    	#Payroll Department
192.2.1.152     sfdis           sfdis.tridentsys.com     	#SF Dispatch
192.2.1.154	camcx		camcx.tridentsys.com    	#CAMCX Printer 
192.1.140.2	hpdatab		hpdatab.tridentsys.com	  	#Prod Database
192.1.140.7	tridentpkg	tridentpkd.tridentsys.com 	#NFS
192.1.1.16	hpwebppkg	hpwebppkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.4.97	mailgw          mailgw.tridentsys.com     	#E-Mail
192.1.2.56	hpdevel		hpdevel.tridentsys.com    	#Development
192.1.140.10	hpconsole2	hpconsole2.tridentsys.com    	#hpprod's console	
192.2.1.156     sfdep           sfdep.tridentsys.com     	#SF Depot 
192.1.155.221   dataprt2        dataprt2.tridentsys.com    	#Data Center Printer 2
192.151.52.22   us-support2.external.hp.com               	#HP Patch Site
193.41.0.5	rs.internic.net
192.1.1.1	site_gw		site_gw.tridentsys.com	  	#Default 	
192.1.1.10    	emcserver	emcserver.tridentsys.com   	#EMC ECC Server
192.1.140.9	hpconsole1	hpconsole1.tridentsys.com    	#hpdatab's console
192.2.50.7      sfprt           sfprt.tridentsys.com     	#SF
192.1.2.65	itprt2		itprt2.tridentsys.com	  	#IT, 2d Floor
192.2.1.171     sfcsc           sfcsc.tridentsys.com     	#SF Customer
192.1.151.193	purchprt        purchprt.tridentsys.com   	#Purchasing Dept.
192.151.52.14   ftp.itrc.hp.com                    	  	#HP Patch Site


hosts map for the files policy is:

## Configured using SAM by root on Thu Jan 31 00:19:39 2002
# @(#)hosts $Revision: 1.9.214.1 $ $Date: 96/10/08 13:20:01 $
#
# The form for each entry is:
# 	 
#
# For example:
# 192.1.2.34	hpfcrm	loghost
#
# See the hosts(4) manual page for more information.
# Note: The entries cannot be preceded by a space.
#	The format described in this file is the correct format.
#       The original Berkeley manual page contains an error in
#	the format description.
#

# Loopback

127.0.0.1	localhost	loopback

# Cluster

192.1.140.2	hpdatab		hpdatab.tridentsys.com	  	#Database
192.1.140.3	databpkg	databpkg.tridentsys.com	  	#NFS			
192.1.140.4	hpprod		hpprod.tridentsys.com	  	#Application
192.1.140.7	tridentpkg	tridentpkg.tridentsys.com 	#NFS

# Oracle Cluster

192.1.1.11	hpora1		hpora1.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.8	hpora2		hpora2.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.12	payrollpkg	payrollpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.13	prodrppkg	prodrpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.14 	devpkg		devpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.15	salespkg	salespkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.16	hpwebpkg	hpwebpkg.tridentsys.com

# Gateways

192.1.1.1	site_gw		site_gw.tridentsys.com	  	#Default 	
192.1.4.97	mailgw		mailgw.tridentsys.com     	#E-Mail

# NT Servers

192.1.1.25	testapps	testapps.tridentsys.com   	#Test applications
192.1.140.120   hpweb          	hpweb.tridentsys.com    	#Web applications
192.1.1.10    	emcserver       emcserver.tridentsys.com   	#EMC ECC Server

# HP Servers (not in the cluster)

192.1.2.56	hpdevel		hpdevel.tridentsys.com    	#Development
192.1.2.60	hptest		hptest.tridentsys.com    	#QA
192.1.1.61   	hptest01	hptest01.tridentsys.com     	#Quality Ass.
192.1.1.65 	hpwatch 	hpwatch.tridentsys.com 		#ITO
192.2.200.170	hptrident	hptrident.tridentsys.com      	#SF
192.1.1.67	hpsysadm 	hpsysadm.tridentsys.com      	#System Management
192.1.1.68	hpburn		hpburn.tridentsys.com     	#Omniback

# HP Workstations

192.1.140.9	hpconsole1	hpconsole1.tridentsys.com    	#hpdatab's console
192.1.140.10	hpconsole2	hpconsole2.tridentsys.com    	#hpprod's console	

# Printers (Network printers may or may not be defined to local lp spooler)

192.2.50.7      sfprt          	sfprt.tridentsys.com     	#SF
192.1.1.28	itprt		itprt.tridentsys.com     	#IT, 1st Floor  
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet5SiMX
192.1.2.65	itprt2		itprt2.tridentsys.com	  	#IT, 2d Floor
#							    	 HP LaserJet 8000 N
192.1.155.104   payroll         payroll.tridentsys.com    	#Payroll Department
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet 5
192.2.1.152     sfdis          	sfdis.tridentsys.com     	#SF Dispatch
192.2.1.156     sfdep          	sfdep.tridentsys.com     	#SF Depot 
192.2.1.171     sfcsc          	sfcsc.tridentsys.com     	#SF Customer
#                                                           	 Service Center
192.1.151.193	purchprt        purchprt.tridentsys.com   	#Purchasing Dept.
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet 5Si
192.1.152.17	collections2	collections2.tridentsys.com  	#Collections 2
# 	            					    	 HP LaserJet 8000
192.1.1.88	datactr82prt    datactr82prt.tridentsys.com  	#Data Center 82 Printer
192.2.1.154	camcx		camcx.tridentsys.com    	#CAMCX Printer 

# Miscellaneous

192.1.155.221    datactr2       datactr2.tridentsys.com    	#data center printer
192.151.52.14    ftp.itrc.hp.com                    	  	#HP Patch Site
192.151.52.22    us-support2.external.hp.com               	#HP Patch Site
193.41.0.5	 rs.internic.net


networks is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis files.

networks map for the nis policy is:

loopback	127
arpanet		10		arpa


networks map for the files policy is:

# @(#)networks $Revision: 1.9.214.1 $ $Date: 96/10/08 13:20:08 $
#
# This file contains information regarding the known networks.
#
# The form for each entry is:
# 		
#
# For example:
# arpanet	10	arpa
#
# See the networks(4) manual page for more information
# Note: The entries cannot be preceded by a blank space.
#
loopback	127
#
# Internet networks
#
arpanet		10		arpa


protocols is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis files.

protocols map for the nis policy is:

ip	0	IP		# internet protocol, pseudo protocol number
icmp	1	ICMP		# internet control message protocol
igmp    2       IGMP            # internet group management protocol
ggp	3	GGP		# gateway-gateway protocol
tcp	6	TCP		# transmission control protocol
egp	8	EGP		# exterior gateway protocol
pup	12	PUP		# PARC universal packet protocol
udp	17	UDP		# user datagram protocol
hmp	20	HMP		# host monitoring protocol
xns-idp	22	XNS-IDP		# Xerox NS IDP
rdp	27	RDP		# "reliable datagram" protocol


protocols map for the files policy is:

# @(#)protocols $Revision: 1.8.214.1 $ $Date: 96/10/08 13:20:23 $
# @(#)protocols	5.1 (Berkeley) 4/17/89
#
# This file contains information regarding the known protocols
# used in the DARPA Internet.
#
# The form for each entry is:
# 		
#
# See the protocols(4) manual page for more information
# Note: The entries cannot be preceded by a blank space.
#
#
# Internet (IP) protocols
#
ip	0	IP		# internet protocol, pseudo protocol number
icmp	1	ICMP		# internet control message protocol
igmp    2       IGMP            # internet group management protocol
ggp	3	GGP		# gateway-gateway protocol
tcp	6	TCP		# transmission control protocol
egp	8	EGP		# exterior gateway protocol
pup	12	PUP		# PARC universal packet protocol
udp	17	UDP		# user datagram protocol
hmp	20	HMP		# host monitoring protocol
xns-idp	22	XNS-IDP		# Xerox NS IDP
rdp	27	RDP		# "reliable datagram" protocol


rpc is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis files.

rpc map for the nis policy is:

rstatd		100001	rstat rup perfmeter
nfs		100003	nfsprog
mountd		100005	mount showmount
walld		100008	rwall shutdown
yppasswdd	100009	yppasswd
rquotad		100011	rquotaprog quota rquota
sprayd		100012	spray
rexd		100017	rex
llockmgr	100020
nlockmgr	100021
3270_mapper	100013
rje_mapper	100014
database_svc	100016
alis		100018
sched		100019
bootparam	100026
ypupdated	100028	ypupdate
ypxfrd		100069
nisd		100300	rpc.nisd
nispasswd	100303	rpc.nispasswdd
nisd_resolv     100302  rpc.nisd_resolv
automountd	100099
ttdbserver      100083
rpcbind		100000	portmap sunrpc rpcbind
rusersd		100002	rusers
ypserv		100004	ypprog
ypbind		100007
etherstatd	100010	etherstat
selection_svc	100015	selnsvc
pcnfsd		150001	pcnfs
status		100024
x25.inr		100022
statmon		100023
keyserv		100029	keyserver
tfsd		100037 
nsed		100038
nsemntd		100039
nis_cachemgr	100301
cmsd     	100068  dtcalendar


rpc map for the files policy is:

##
# pragma VERSIONID "@(#)rpc:	11R2-4"
#	file of rpc program name to number mappings
##
rpcbind		100000	portmap sunrpc rpcbind
rstatd		100001	rstat rup perfmeter
rusersd		100002	rusers
nfs		100003	nfsprog
ypserv		100004	ypprog
mountd		100005	mount showmount
ypbind		100007
walld		100008	rwall shutdown
yppasswdd	100009	yppasswd
etherstatd	100010	etherstat
rquotad		100011	rquotaprog quota rquota
sprayd		100012	spray
selection_svc	100015	selnsvc
#
pcnfsd		150001	pcnfs
#
# NEW SERVICES ADDED AT 6.5
#
rexd		100017	rex
llockmgr	100020
nlockmgr	100021
status		100024
#
# SUN SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING THAT HP DOES NOT @ release 6.5
#
3270_mapper	100013
rje_mapper	100014
database_svc	100016
alis		100018
sched		100019
x25.inr		100022
statmon		100023
bootparam	100026
ypupdated	100028	ypupdate
keyserv		100029	keyserver
tfsd		100037 
nsed		100038
nsemntd		100039
ypxfrd		100069
nisd		100300	rpc.nisd
nispasswd	100303	rpc.nispasswdd
nis_cachemgr	100301
nisd_resolv     100302  rpc.nisd_resolv
automountd	100099
ttdbserver      100083
cmsd     	100068  dtcalendar


publickey is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis files.

publickey map for the nis policy is:

c3d91f44568fbbefada50d7bb607:76701d9b872bd1c927bb322861fffb54be13f55e9


publickey map for the files policy is:

#ident	"@(#)publickey	1.2	92/07/14 SMI"	/* SVr4.0 1.2	*/
# Public Key Database
#
# To add an entry to this file, an administrator should use the command 
# "newkey" on the server (YP master) machine.
#
# NIS: Users can also insert their own entries into this file using the chkey
# command. Commenting out the "nobody" entry below disallows this feature,
# and chkey will only allow users to change their existing entry, not create
# a new one.
#
nobody c3d91f44568fbbefadaf987bb607:7675da759c2b1c927bb322861fffb54be13f55e9
#
#


netgroup is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: nis.

netgroup map for the nis policy is:



automount is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: files nis.

automount map for the files policy is:

Map automount is not available!



automount map for the nis policy is:

NIS map for automount is not available!



aliases is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: files nis.

aliases map for the files policy is:

##
#  Sendmail Alias File	
#  @(#)aliases $Revision: 1.1.213.2 $ $Date: 97/08/12 00:57:55 $
#
#  Mail to an alias in this file will be sent to the users, programs, or
#  files designated following the colon.
#  Aliases defined in this file will NOT be expanded in headers from
#  mailx(1), but WILL be visible over networks and in headers from
#  rmail(1).
#
#    >>>>>>>>>>	  The program "/usr/sbin/newaliases" must be run after
#    >> NOTE >>	  this file is updated, or else any changes will not be
#    >>>>>>>>>>	  visible to sendmail.
##

# Alias for mailer daemon
MAILER-DAEMON	: root

# RFC 822 requires that every host have a mail address "postmaster" 
postmaster	: root

# Aliases to handle mail to msgs and news
nobody		: /dev/null

# System Admistration aliases
operator	: root
uucp		: root
daemon		: root

# Local aliases


aliases map for the nis policy is:

root
root
/dev/null
root
root
root


services is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: files nis.

services map for the files policy is:

# @(#)services $Revision: 1.32.214.7 $ $Date: 97/09/10 14:50:42 $
#
# This file associates official service names and aliases with
# the port number and protocol the services use.  
#
# Some of the services represented below are not supported on HP-UX.
# They are provided solely as a reference.
#
# The form for each entry is:
#     
#
# See the services(4) manual page for more information.
# Note: The entries cannot be preceded by a blank space.
#
tcpmux         1/tcp                 # TCP port multiplexer (RFC 1078)
echo           7/tcp                 # Echo
echo           7/udp                 #
discard        9/tcp  sink null      # Discard
discard        9/udp  sink null      #
systat        11/tcp  users          # Active Users
daytime       13/tcp                 # Daytime
daytime       13/udp                 #
qotd          17/tcp  quote          # Quote of the Day
chargen       19/tcp  ttytst source  # Character Generator
chargen       19/udp  ttytst source  #
ftp-data      20/tcp                 # File Transfer Protocol (Data)
ftp           21/tcp                 # File Transfer Protocol (Control)
telnet        23/tcp                 # Virtual Terminal Protocol
smtp          25/tcp                 # Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
time          37/tcp  timeserver     # Time
time          37/udp  timeserver     #
rlp           39/udp  resource       # Resource Location Protocol
whois         43/tcp  nicname        # Who Is
domain        53/tcp  nameserver     # Domain Name Service
domain        53/udp  nameserver     #
bootps        67/udp                 # Bootstrap Protocol Server
bootpc        68/udp                 # Bootstrap Protocol Client
tftp          69/udp                 # Trivial File Transfer Protocol
rje           77/tcp  netrjs         # private RJE Service
finger        79/tcp                 # Finger
http          80/tcp  www            # World Wide Web HTTP
http          80/udp  www            # World Wide Web HTTP
link          87/tcp  ttylink        # private terminal link
supdup        95/tcp                 #
hostnames    101/tcp  hostname       # NIC Host Name Server
tsap         102/tcp iso_tsap iso-tsap # ISO TSAP (part of ISODE)
pop          109/tcp postoffice pop2 # Post Office Protocol - Version 2
pop3         110/tcp  pop-3          # Post Office Protocol - Version 3
portmap      111/tcp  sunrpc         # SUN Remote Procedure Call
portmap      111/udp  sunrpc         #
ident        113/tcp  authentication # RFC1413
sftp         115/tcp                 # Simple File Transfer Protocol
uucp-path    117/tcp                 # UUCP Path Service
nntp         119/tcp  readnews untp  # Network News Transfer Protocol
ntp          123/udp                 # Network Time Protocol
netbios_ns   137/tcp                 # NetBIOS Name Service
netbios_ns   137/udp                 #
netbios_dgm  138/tcp                 # NetBIOS Datagram Service
netbios_dgm  138/udp                 #
netbios_ssn  139/tcp                 # NetBIOS Session Service
netbios_ssn  139/udp                 #
bftp         152/tcp                 # Background File Transfer Protocol
snmp         161/udp  snmpd          # Simple Network Management Protocol Agent
snmp-trap    162/udp  trapd          # Simple Network Management Protocol Traps
bgp          179/tcp                 # Border Gateway Protocol
# PV performance tool services entries
pvserver     382/tcp     	     # PV server
pvalarm      383/tcp    	     # PV alarm management
#
# UNIX services
#
biff         512/udp  comsat         # mail notification
exec         512/tcp                 # remote execution, passwd required
login        513/tcp                 # remote login
who          513/udp  whod           # remote who and uptime
shell        514/tcp  cmd            # remote command, no passwd used
syslog       514/udp                 # remote system logging
printer      515/tcp  spooler        # remote print spooling
talk         517/udp                 # conversation
ntalk        518/udp                 # new talk, conversation
route        520/udp  router routed  # routing information protocol
efs          520/tcp                 # Extended file name server
timed        525/udp  timeserver     # remote clock synchronization
tempo        526/tcp  newdate        #
courier      530/tcp  rpc            #
conference   531/tcp  chat           #
netnews      532/tcp  readnews       #
netwall      533/udp                 # Emergency broadcasting
uucp         540/tcp  uucpd          # uucp daemon
remotefs     556/tcp  rfs_server rfs # Brunhoff remote filesystem 
ingreslock  1524/tcp                 # 
#
# Other HP-UX services
#
lansrm       570/udp                 # SRM/UX Server
DAServer     987/tcp                 # SQL distributed access
instl_boots 1067/udp                 # installation bootstrap protocol server
instl_bootc 1068/udp                 # installation bootstrap protocol client
nfsd-keepalive 1110/udp              # Client status info
nfsd-status    1110/tcp              # Cluster status info
msql        1111/tcp                 # Mini SQL database server
rlb         1260/tcp                 # remote loopback diagnostic
clvm-cfg    1476/tcp                 # HA LVM configuration
diagmond    1508/tcp                 # Diagnostic System Manager
nft         1536/tcp                 # NS network file transfer
sna-cs      1553/tcp                 # SNAplus client/server
sna-cs      1553/udp                 # SNAplus client/server
ncpm-pm     1591/udp                 # NCPM Policy Manager
ncpm-hip    1683/udp                 # NCPM Host Information Provider
cvmon       1686/udp                 # Clusterview cvmon-cvmap communication
registrar   1712/tcp                 # resource monitoring service
registrar   1712/udp                 # resource monitoring service
ncpm-ft     1744/udp                 # NCPM File Transfer
psmond      1788/tcp                 # Pretridentive Monitor
psmond      1788/udp                 # Hardware Pretridentive Monitor
pmlockd     1889/tcp                 # SynerVision locking daemon
pmlockd     1889/udp                 #
nfsd        2049/udp                 # NFS remote file system
netdist     2106/tcp                 # update(1m) network distribution service
rfa         4672/tcp                 # NS remote file access
veesm       4789/tcp                 # HP VEE service manager
hacl-hb     5300/tcp                 # High Availability (HA) Cluster heartbeat
hacl-gs     5301/tcp                 # HA Cluster General Services
hacl-cfg    5302/tcp                 # HA Cluster TCP configuration
hacl-cfg    5302/udp                 # HA Cluster UDP configuration
hacl-probe  5303/tcp                 # HA Cluster TCP probe
hacl-probe  5303/udp                 # HA Cluster UDP probe
hacl-local  5304/tcp                 # HA Cluster Commands
hacl-test   5305/tcp                 # HA Cluster Test
hacl-dlm    5408/tcp                 # HA Cluster distributed lock manager
lanmgrx.osB 5696/tcp                 # LAN Manager/X for B.00.00 OfficeShare
r4-sna-cs   5707/tcp                 # SNA client/server (up to Release 4.1)
SNAplus     5708/udp                 # SNA logical network A (up to Release 4.1)
r4-sna-ft   5709/tcp                 # SNA file transfer (up to Release 4.1)
hcserver    5710/tcp                 # HP Cooperative Services
grmd        5999/tcp                 # graphics resource manager
spc         6111/tcp                 # sub-process control
desmevt     6868/tcp                 # DE/ Services Monitor, Event Service
pdclientd   6874/tcp                 # Palladium print client daemon
pdeventd    6875/tcp                 # Palladium print event daemon
iasqlsvr    7489/tcp                 # Information Access
recserv     7815/tcp                 # SharedX Receiver Service
ftp-ftam    8868/tcp                 # FTP->FTAM Gateway
mcsemon     9999/tcp                 # MC/System Environment monitor
console     10000/tcp                # MC/System Environment console multiplexor
actcp       31766/tcp                # ACT Call Processing Server
#
# Kerberos (Project Athena/MIT) services
#
kerberos5    88/udp   kdc     	     # Kerberos 5 kdc
klogin       543/tcp                 # Kerberos rlogin -kfall
kshell       544/tcp  krcmd          # Kerberos remote shell -kfall
ekshell      545/tcp  krcmd          # Kerberos encrypted remote shell -kfall
kerberos     750/udp  kdc            # Kerberos (server) udp -kfall
kerberos     750/tcp  kdc            # Kerberos (server) tcp -kfall
kerberos_master 751/tcp kadmin       # Kerberos kadmin
krbupdate    760/tcp  kreg           # Kerberos registration -kfall
kpasswd      761/tcp  kpwd           # Kerberos "passwd" -kfall
eklogin     2105/tcp                 # Kerberos encrypted rlogin -kfall
# The X10_LI server for each display listens on ports 5800 + display number.
# The X10_MI server for each display listens on ports 5900 + display number.
# The X11 server for each display listens on ports 6000 + display number.
# The X11 font server listens on port 7000.
# Do NOT associate other services with these ports.
# Refer to the X documentation for details.

hpoms-ci-lstn   5403/tcp	      #SAP spooler support
hpoms-dps-lstn  5404/tcp	      #SAP spooler support
samd            3275/tcp              #sam daemon

dtspc	6112/tcp		      #subprocess control
#
#
hpconfinfo 69999/tcp		      #Get HP server configuration information
omni  5555/tcp     	              #DATA-PROTECTOR 


services map for the nis policy is:

ftp           21/tcp                 # File Transfer Protocol (Control)
link          87/tcp  ttylink        # private terminal link
hostnames    101/tcp  hostname       # NIC Host Name Server
pop3         110/tcp  pop-3          # Post Office Protocol - Version 3
nntp         119/tcp  readnews untp  # Network News Transfer Protocol
netbios_ns   137/udp                 #
talk         517/udp                 # conversation
DAServer     987/tcp                 # SQL distributed access
grmd        5999/tcp                 # graphics resource manager
echo           7/tcp                 # Echo
whois         43/tcp  nicname        # Who Is
netbios_dgm  138/tcp                 # NetBIOS Datagram Service
login        513/tcp                 # remote login
who          513/udp  whod           # remote who and uptime
conference   531/tcp  chat           #
hacl-test   5305/tcp                 # HA Cluster Test
spc         6111/tcp                 # sub-process control
kerberos5    88/udp   kdc     	     # Kerberos 5 kdc
finger        79/tcp                 # Finger
netbios_ns   137/tcp                 # NetBIOS Name Service
efs          520/tcp                 # Extended file name server
nft         1536/tcp                 # NS network file transfer
pmlockd     1889/udp                 #
veesm       4789/tcp                 # HP VEE service manager
hacl-gs     5301/tcp                 # HA Cluster General Services
mcsemon     9999/tcp                 # MC/System Environment monitor
kerberos_master 751/tcp kadmin       # Kerberos kadmin
eklogin     2105/tcp                 # Kerberos encrypted rlogin -kfall
omni  5555/tcp                       # DATA-PROTECTOR 
systat        11/tcp  users          # Active Users
bootpc        68/udp                 # Bootstrap Protocol Client
tftp          69/udp                 # Trivial File Transfer Protocol
portmap      111/udp  sunrpc         #
uucp-path    117/tcp                 # UUCP Path Service
bftp         152/tcp                 # Background File Transfer Protocol
shell        514/tcp  cmd            # remote command, no passwd used
syslog       514/udp                 # remote system logging
sna-cs      1553/udp                 # SNAplus client/server
psmond      1788/udp                 # Hardware Pretridentive Monitor
nfsd        2049/udp                 # NFS remote file system
pdclientd   6874/tcp                 # Palladium print client daemon
klogin       543/tcp                 # Kerberos rlogin -kfall
discard        9/tcp  sink null      # Discard
smtp          25/tcp                 # Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
netbios_dgm  138/udp                 #
netbios_ssn  139/udp                 #
netwall      533/udp                 # Emergency broadcasting
rlb         1260/tcp                 # remote loopback diagnostic
registrar   1712/tcp                 # resource monitoring service
hacl-dlm    5408/tcp                 # HA Cluster distributed lock manager
r4-sna-ft   5709/tcp                 # SNA file transfer (up to Release 4.1)
desmevt     6868/tcp                 # DE/ Services Monitor, Event Service
rlp           39/udp  resource       # Resource Location Protocol
domain        53/udp  nameserver     #
bgp          179/tcp                 # Border Gateway Protocol
pvalarm      383/tcp                 # PV alarm management
courier      530/tcp  rpc            #
ingreslock  1524/tcp                 # 
msql        1111/tcp                 # Mini SQL database server
netdist     2106/tcp                 # update(1m) network distribution service
kerberos     750/tcp  kdc            # Kerberos (server) tcp -kfall
daytime       13/udp                 #
chargen       19/udp  ttytst source  #
time          37/udp  timeserver     #
printer      515/tcp  spooler        # remote print spooling
sna-cs      1553/tcp                 # SNAplus client/server
hacl-probe  5303/tcp                 # HA Cluster TCP probe
samd        3275/tcp                 # sam daemon
dtspc	    6112/tcp	             #subprocess control
hpconfinfo   69999/tcp		     # Get HP server configuration information
discard        9/udp  sink null      #
chargen       19/tcp  ttytst source  # Character Generator
time          37/tcp  timeserver     # Time
domain        53/tcp  nameserver     # Domain Name Service
bootps        67/udp                 # Bootstrap Protocol Server
ident        113/tcp  authentication # RFC1413
pvserver     382/tcp                 # PV server
ntalk        518/udp                 # new talk, conversation
hacl-local  5304/tcp                 # HA Cluster Commands
iasqlsvr    7489/tcp                 # Information Access
console     10000/tcp                # MC/System Environment console multiplexor
hpoms-dps-lstn  5404/tcp	     #SAP spooler support
echo           7/udp                 #
telnet        23/tcp                 # Virtual Terminal Protocol
tempo        526/tcp  newdate        #
lansrm       570/udp                 # SRM/UX Server
nfsd-status    1110/tcp              # Cluster status info
diagmond    1508/tcp                 # Diagnostic System Manager
lanmgrx.osB 5696/tcp                 # LAN Manager/X for B.00.00 OfficeShare
pdeventd    6875/tcp                 # Palladium print event daemon
kerberos     750/udp  kdc            # Kerberos (server) udp -kfall
ftp-data      20/tcp                 # File Transfer Protocol (Data)
tsap         102/tcp iso_tsap iso-tsap # ISO TSAP (part of ISODE)
portmap      111/tcp  sunrpc         # SUN Remote Procedure Call
biff         512/udp  comsat         # mail notification
route        520/udp  router routed  # routing information protocol
netnews      532/tcp  readnews       #
instl_boots 1067/udp                 # installation bootstrap protocol server
clvm-cfg    1476/tcp                 # HA LVM configuration
registrar   1712/udp                 # resource monitoring service
ncpm-ft     1744/udp                 # NCPM File Transfer
pmlockd     1889/tcp                 # SynerVision locking daemon
supdup        95/tcp                 #
ntp          123/udp                 # Network Time Protocol
ncpm-pm     1591/udp                 # NCPM Policy Manager
hcserver    5710/tcp                 # HP Cooperative Services
qotd          17/tcp  quote          # Quote of the Day
rje           77/tcp  netrjs         # private RJE Service
pop          109/tcp postoffice pop2 # Post Office Protocol - Version 2
snmp-trap    162/udp  trapd          # Simple Network Management Protocol Traps
exec         512/tcp                 # remote execution, passwd required
instl_bootc 1068/udp                 # installation bootstrap protocol client
rfa         4672/tcp                 # NS remote file access
hacl-probe  5303/udp                 # HA Cluster UDP probe
SNAplus     5708/udp                 # SNA logical network A (up to Release 4.1)
recserv     7815/tcp                 # SharedX Receiver Service
hpoms-ci-lstn   5403/tcp	     #SAP spooler support
tcpmux         1/tcp                 # TCP port multiplexer (RFC 1078)
http          80/udp  www            # World Wide Web HTTP
sftp         115/tcp                 # Simple File Transfer Protocol
netbios_ssn  139/tcp                 # NetBIOS Session Service
timed        525/udp  timeserver     # remote clock synchronization
cvmon       1686/udp                 # Clusterview cvmon-cvmap communication
psmond      1788/tcp                 # Pretridentive Monitor
hacl-cfg    5302/udp                 # HA Cluster UDP configuration
actcp       31766/tcp                # ACT Call Processing Server
ekshell      545/tcp  krcmd          # Kerberos encrypted remote shell -kfall
kpasswd      761/tcp  kpwd           # Kerberos "passwd" -kfall
daytime       13/tcp                 # Daytime
snmp         161/udp  snmpd          # Simple Network Management Protocol Agent
uucp         540/tcp  uucpd          # uucp daemon
nfsd-keepalive 1110/udp              # Client status info
hacl-hb     5300/tcp                 # High Availability (HA) Cluster heartbeat
hacl-cfg    5302/tcp                 # HA Cluster TCP configuration
r4-sna-cs   5707/tcp                 # SNA client/server (up to Release 4.1)
http          80/tcp  www            # World Wide Web HTTP
remotefs     556/tcp  rfs_server rfs # Brunhoff remote filesystem 
ncpm-hip    1683/udp                 # NCPM Host Information Provider
ftp-ftam    8868/tcp                 # FTP->FTAM Gateway
kshell       544/tcp  krcmd          # Kerberos remote shell -kfall
krbupdate    760/tcp  kreg           # Kerberos registration -kfall


sendmailvars is not part of /etc/nsswitch.conf file - using B.11.00 defaults.

The default utilization priority is: files.

sendmailvars map for the files policy is:

Map sendmailvars is not available!




Service Guard Configuration Information

[Back to Top]

MC Service Guard Configuration

Service Guard Information for Cluster tridentcl
Summary Information for Cluster tridentcl: CLUSTER STATUS tridentcl up tridentcl nodes are: NODE STATUS STATE hpprod up running Network_Parameters: INTERFACE STATUS PATH NAME PRIMARY up 5/1/0 lan2 STANDBY up 6/1/0 lan3 PRIMARY up 7/1/0 lan4 NODE STATUS STATE hpdatab up running Network_Parameters: INTERFACE STATUS PATH NAME PRIMARY up 5/1/0 lan2 PRIMARY up 7/1/0 lan4 STANDBY up 6/1/0 lan3 tridentcl packages are: PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE databpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 databpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE prodpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 prodpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab Detail Information for Cluster tridentcl: The contents of /etc/cmcluster/tridentcl.ascii are: # ********************************************************************** # ********* HIGH AVAILABILITY CLUSTER CONFIGURATION FILE *************** # ***** For complete details about cluster parameters and how to **** # ***** set them, consult the cmquerycl(1m) manpage or your manual. **** # ********************************************************************** # Enter a name for this cluster. This name will be used to identify the # cluster when viewing or manipulating it. CLUSTER_NAME tridentcl # Cluster Lock Device Parameters. This is the volume group that # holds the cluster lock which is used to break a cluster formation # tie. This volume group should not be used by any other cluster # as cluster lock device. # Warning: No volume groups were found on all nodes. # A cluster lock volume group is required for clusters of only two nodes. FIRST_CLUSTER_LOCK_VG /dev/vg04 # Definition of nodes in the cluster. # Repeat node definitions as necessary for additional nodes. NODE_NAME hpprod NETWORK_INTERFACE lan2 HEARTBEAT_IP 192.1.140.4 NETWORK_INTERFACE lan3 NETWORK_INTERFACE lan4 HEARTBEAT_IP 1.2.3.2 # Warning: No volume groups were found on all nodes. # A cluster lock device is required for clusters of only two nodes. FIRST_CLUSTER_LOCK_PV /dev/dsk/c5t0d6 # List of serial device file names # For example: # SERIAL_DEVICE_FILE /dev/tty0p0 # Possible standby Network Interfaces for lan2: lan3. # Warning: There are no standby network interfaces for lan4. NODE_NAME hpdatab NETWORK_INTERFACE lan2 HEARTBEAT_IP 192.1.140.2 NETWORK_INTERFACE lan3 NETWORK_INTERFACE lan4 HEARTBEAT_IP 1.2.3.1 # Warning: No volume groups were found on all nodes. # A cluster lock device is required for clusters of only two nodes. FIRST_CLUSTER_LOCK_PV /dev/dsk/c5t0d6 # List of serial device file names # For example: # SERIAL_DEVICE_FILE /dev/tty0p0 # Possible standby Network Interfaces for lan2: lan3. # Warning: There are no standby network interfaces for lan4. # Cluster Timing Parmeters (microseconds). HEARTBEAT_INTERVAL 1000000 NODE_TIMEOUT 2000000 # Configuration/Reconfiguration Timing Parameters (microseconds). AUTO_START_TIMEOUT 600000000 NETWORK_POLLING_INTERVAL 2000000 # Package Configuration Parameters. # Enter the maximum number of packages which will be configured in the cluster. # You can not add packages beyond this limit. # This parameter is required. MAX_CONFIGURED_PACKAGES 4 # List of cluster aware Volume Groups. These volume groups will # be used by package applications via the vgchange -a e command. # For example: # VOLUME_GROUP /dev/vgdatabase. VOLUME_GROUP /dev/vg03 VOLUME_GROUP /dev/vg04 VOLUME_GROUP /dev/vg05 ------------------ The configuration for lan2 is: lan2: flags=843 inet 192.1.140.2 netmask ffff0000 broadcast 192.1.255.255 The configuration for lan3 is: lan3: flags=842 inet 0.0.0.0 netmask 0 The configuration for lan4 is: lan4: flags=843 inet 1.2.3.1 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 1.2.3.255 NOTE: The lock volume group is NOT in the /etc/lvmtab file! NOTE: The lock physical volume is NOT in the /etc/lvmtab file! NOTE: Volume Group /dev/vg03 is NOT in the /etc/lvmtab file! NOTE: Volume Group /dev/vg04 is NOT in the /etc/lvmtab file! NOTE: Volume Group /dev/vg05 is NOT in the /etc/lvmtab file! Detail information for node hpprod in cluster tridentcl: NODE STATUS STATE hpprod up running Network_Parameters: INTERFACE STATUS PATH NAME PRIMARY up 5/1/0 lan2 STANDBY up 6/1/0 lan3 PRIMARY up 7/1/0 lan4 PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE databpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 databpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE prodpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 prodpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab Detail information for node hpdatab in cluster tridentcl: NODE STATUS STATE hpdatab up running Network_Parameters: INTERFACE STATUS PATH NAME PRIMARY up 5/1/0 lan2 PRIMARY up 7/1/0 lan4 STANDBY up 6/1/0 lan3 Detail information for package databpkg in cluster tridentcl: PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE databpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 databpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab The package configuration file for databpkg is: -rw-rw-rw- 1 root sys 7525 Aug 18 2002 /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.ascii And contains the following: # ********************************************************************** # ****** HIGH AVAILABILITY PACKAGE CONFIGURATION FILE (template) ******* # ********************************************************************** # ******* Note: This file MUST be edited before it can be used. ******** # * For complete details about package parameters and how to set them, * # * consult the MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager manpages or manuals. * # ********************************************************************** # Enter a name for this package. This name will be used to identify the # package when viewing or manipulating it. It must be different from # the other configured package names. PACKAGE_NAME databpkg # Enter the names of the nodes configured for this package. Repeat # this line as necessary for additional adoptive nodes. # Order IS relevant. Put the second Adoptive Node AFTER the first # one. # Example : NODE_NAME original_node # NODE_NAME adoptive_node NODE_NAME hpprod NODE_NAME hpdatab # Enter the complete path for the run and halt scripts. In most cases # the run script and halt script specified here will be the same script, # the package control script generated by the cmmakepkg command. This # control script handles the run(ning) and halt(ing) of the package. # If the script has not completed by the specified timeout value, # it will be terminated. The default for each script timeout is # NO_TIMEOUT. Adjust the timeouts as necessary to permit full # execution of each script. # Note: The HALT_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT should be greater than the sum of # all SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT specified for all services. RUN_SCRIPT /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl RUN_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT NO_TIMEOUT HALT_SCRIPT /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl HALT_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT NO_TIMEOUT # Enter the SERVICE_NAME, the SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED and the # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT values for this package. Repeat these # three lines as necessary for additional service names. All # service names MUST correspond to the service names used by # cmrunserv and cmhaltserv commands in the run and halt scripts. # # The value for SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED can be either YES or # NO. If set to YES, in the event of a service failure, the # cluster software will halt the node on which the service is # running. If SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED is not specified, the # default will be NO. # # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT is represented in the number of seconds. # This timeout is used to determine the length of time (in # seconds) the cluster software will wait for the service to # halt before a SIGKILL signal is sent to force the termination # of the service. In the event of a service halt, the cluster # software will first send a SIGTERM signal to terminate the # service. If the service does not halt, after waiting for the # specified SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT, the cluster software will send # out the SIGKILL signal to the service to force its termination. # This timeout value should be large enough to allow all cleanup # processes associated with the service to complete. If the # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT is not specified, a zero timeout will be # assumed, meaning the cluster software will not wait at all # before sending the SIGKILL signal to halt the service. # # Example: SERVICE_NAME DB_SERVICE # SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT 300 # # To configure a service, uncomment the following lines and # fill in the values for all of the keywords. # #SERVICE_NAME #SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED #SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT SERVICE_NAME databpkg SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT 300 # Enter the network subnet name that is to be monitored for this package. # Repeat this line as necessary for additional subnet names. If any of # the subnets defined goes down, the package will be switched to another # node that is configured for this package and has all the defined subnets # available. SUBNET 192.1.0.0 # The following keywords (RESOURCE_NAME, RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL, and # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE) are used to specify Package Resource Dependencies. To # define a Package Resource Dependency, a RESOURCE_NAME line with a fully # qualified resource path name, and one or more RESOURCE_UP_VALUE lines are # required. A RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL line (how often in seconds the resource # is to be monitored) is optional and defaults to 60 seconds. An operator and # a value are used with RESOURCE_UP_VALUE to define when the resource is to be # considered up. The operators are =, !=, >, <, >=, and <=, depending on the # type of value. Values can be string or numeric. If the type is string, then # only = and != are valid operators. If the string contains whitespace, it # must be enclosed in quotes. String values are case sensitive. For example, # # Resource is up when its value is # -------------------------------- # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = UP "UP" # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE != DOWN Any value except "DOWN" # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = "On Course" "On Course" # # If the type is numeric, then it can specify a threshold, or a range to # define a resource up condition. If it is a threshold, then any operator # may be used. If a range is to be specified, then only > or >= may be used # for the first operator, and only < or <= may be used for the second operator. # For example, # Resource is up when its value is # -------------------------------- # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = 5 5 (threshold) # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE > 5.1 greater than 5.1 (threshold) # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE > -5 and < 10 between -5 and 10 (range) # # Note that "and" is required between the lower limit and upper limit # when specifying a range. The upper limit must be greater than the lower # limit. If RESOURCE_UP_VALUE is repeated within a RESOURCE_NAME block, then # they are inclusively OR'd together. Package Resource Dependencies may be # defined by repeating the entire RESOURCE_NAME block. # # Example : RESOURCE_NAME /net/lan/lan0/res1 # RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL 120 # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = RUNNING # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = ONLINE # # Means that the value of resource /net/lan/lan0/res1 will be # checked every 120 seconds, and is considered to be 'up' when # its value is "RUNNING" or "ONLINE". # # Uncomment the following lines to specify Package Resource Dependencies. # #RESOURCE_NAME #RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL #RESOURCE_UP_VALUE [and ] # The default for PKG_SWITCHING_ENABLED is YES. In the event of a # failure, this permits the cluster software to transfer the package # to an adoptive node. Adjust as necessary. PKG_SWITCHING_ENABLED YES # The default for NET_SWITCHING_ENABLED is YES. In the event of a # failure, this permits the cluster software to switch LANs locally # (transfer to a standby LAN card). Adjust as necessary. NET_SWITCHING_ENABLED YES # The default for NODE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED is NO. If set to YES, # in the event of a failure, the cluster software will halt the node # on which the package is running. Adjust as necessary. NODE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO Startup and Shutdown scripts include: /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl . The contents of package script /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl includes: #"(#) A.10.10 $Revision: 80.8 $ $Date: 97/07/17 08:45:04 $" # ********************************************************************** # * * # * HIGH AVAILABILITY PACKAGE CONTROL SCRIPT (template) * # * * # * Note: This file MUST be edited before it can be used. * # * * # ********************************************************************** # UNCOMMENT the variables as you set them. # Set PATH to reference the appropriate directories. PATH=/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/etc:/bin # VOLUME GROUP ACTIVATION: # Specify the method of activation for volume groups. # Leave the default ("VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e") if you want volume # groups activated in exclusive mode. This assumes the volume groups have # been initialized with 'vgchange -c y' at the time of creation. # # Uncomment the first line (VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e -q n"), and comment # out the default, if your disks are mirrored on separate physical paths, # # Uncomment the second line (VGCHANGE="vgchange -a y") if you wish to # use non-exclusive activation mode. Single node cluster configurations # must use non-exclusive activation. # # VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e -q n" # VGCHANGE="vgchange -a y" #VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e" # Default VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e" # Default # VOLUME GROUPS # Specify which volume groups are used by this package. Uncomment VG[0]="" # and fill in the name of your first volume group. You must begin with # VG[0], and increment the list in sequence. # # For example, if this package uses your volume groups vg01 and vg02, enter: # VG[0]=vg01 # VG[1]=vg02 # # The volume group activation method is defined above. The filesystems # associated with these volume groups are specified below. # VG[0]="vg01" VG[1]="vg02" # FILESYSTEMS # Specify the filesystems which are used by this package. Uncomment # LV[0]=""; FS[0]=""; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="" and fill in the name of your first # logical volume, filesystem and mount option for the file system. You must # begin with LV[0], FS[0] and FS_MOUNT_OPT[0] and increment the list in # sequence. # # For example, if this package uses the file systems pkg1a and pkg1b, # which are mounted on the logical volumes lvol1 and lvol2 with read and # write options enter: # LV[0]=/dev/vg01/lvol1; FS[0]=/pkg1a; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="-o rw" # LV[1]=/dev/vg01/lvol2; FS[1]=/pkg1b; FS_MOUNT_OPT[1]="-o rw" # # The filesystems are defined as triplets of entries specifying the logical # volume, the mount point and the mount options for the file system. Each # filesystem will be fsck'd prior to being mounted. The filesystems will be # mounted in the order specified during package startup and will be unmounted # in reverse order during package shutdown. Ensure that volume groups # referenced by the logical volume definitions below are included in # volume group definitions above. # LV[0]="/dev/vg01/lvora01"; FS[0]="/ora01"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="" LV[1]="/dev/vg02/lvora02"; FS[1]="/ora02"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[1]="" LV[2]="/dev/vg02/lvora03"; FS[2]="/ora03"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[2]="" LV[3]="/dev/vg02/lvora04"; FS[3]="/ora04"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[3]="" LV[4]="/dev/vg01/lvora05"; FS[4]="/ora05"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[3]="" LV[5]="/dev/vg02/lvora06"; FS[5]="/ora06"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[4]="" LV[6]="/dev/vg02/lvora07"; FS[6]="/ora07"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[5]="" LV[7]="/dev/vg02/lvora08"; FS[7]="/ora08"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[6]="" LV[8]="/dev/vg02/lvora09"; FS[8]="/ora09"; FS_MOUNT_OPT[7]="" # IP ADDRESSES # Specify the IP and Subnet address pairs which are used by this package. # Uncomment IP[0]="" and SUBNET[0]="" and fill in the name of your first # IP and subnet address. You must begin with IP[0] and SUBNET[0] and # increment the list in sequence. # # For example, if this package uses an IP of 192.10.25.12 and a subnet of # 192.10.25.0 enter: # IP[0]=192.10.25.12 # SUBNET[0]=192.10.25.0 # (netmask=255.255.255.0) # # Hint: Run "netstat -i" to see the available subnets in the Network field. # # IP/Subnet address pairs for each IP address you want to add to a subnet # interface card. Must be set in pairs, even for IP addresses on the same # subnet. # IP[0]="192.1.140.3" SUBNET[0]="192.1.0.0" # SERVICE NAMES AND COMMANDS. # Specify the service name, command, and restart parameters which are # used by this package. Uncomment SERVICE_NAME[0]="", SERVICE_CMD[0]="", # SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" and fill in the name of the first service, command, # and restart parameters. You must begin with SERVICE_NAME[0], SERVICE_CMD[0], # and SERVICE_RESTART[0] and increment the list in sequence. # # For example: # SERVICE_NAME[0]=pkg1a # SERVICE_CMD[0]="/usr/bin/X11/xclock -display 192.10.25.54:0" # SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" # Will not restart the service. # # SERVICE_NAME[1]=pkg1b # SERVICE_CMD[1]="/usr/bin/X11/xload -display 192.10.25.54:0" # SERVICE_RESTART[1]="-r 2" # Will restart the service twice. # # SERVICE_NAME[2]=pkg1c # SERVICE_CMD[2]="/usr/sbin/ping" # SERVICE_RESTART[2]="-R" # Will restart the service an infinite # number of times. # # Note: No environmental variables will be passed to the command, this # includes the PATH variable. Absolute path names are required for the # service command definition. Default shell is /usr/bin/sh. # SERVICE_NAME[0]="databpkg" SERVICE_CMD[0]="/etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.mon" SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" # DTC manager information for each DTC. # Example: DTC[0]=dtc_20 #DTC_NAME[0]= # START OF CUSTOMER DEFINED FUNCTIONS # This function is a place holder for customer define functions. # You should define all actions you want to happen here, before the service is # started. You can create as many functions as you need. function customer_defined_run_cmds { # ADD customer defined run commands. : # do nothing instruction, because a function must contain some command. # Start the database. ##/scripts/OB_oracle_start su - oracle -c svrmgrl << ! connect internal startup ! su - oracle -c "lsnrctl start" } # This function is a place holder for customer define functions. # You should define all actions you want to happen here, before the service is # halted. function customer_defined_halt_cmds { # ADD customer defined halt commands. : # do nothing instruction, because a function must contain some command. # Stop the database. ##/scripts/OB_oracle_stop su - oracle -c "lsnrctl stop" su - oracle -c svrmgrl << ! connect internal shutdown abort ! } # END OF CUSTOMER DEFINED FUNCTIONS # START OF RUN FUNCTIONS function activate_volume_group { for I in ${VG[@]} do if [[ "${VGCHANGE}" = "vgchange -a y" ]] then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Activating volume group $I with non-exclusive option." else print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - \"$(hostname)\": Activating volume group $I with exclusive option." fi $VGCHANGE $I test_return 1 done } # For each {file system/logical volume} pair, fsck the file system # and mount it. function check_and_mount { integer R=0 for I in ${LV[@]} do if [[ $(mount -p | awk '$1 == "'$I'"') = "" ]] then RLV[$R]="${I%/*}/r${I##*/}" if [ -x /usr/sbin/fstyp ] then fstype[$R]=$(fstyp $I) fi (( R = $R + 1 )) fi done # Verify that there is at least one file system to check and what type. if [[ ${RLV[@]} != "" ]] then print -n "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": " print "Checking filesystems:" print ${LV[@]} | tr ' ' '\012' | sed -e 's/^/ /' # If there is more than one filesystem type being checked # then each filesystem is check individually. # R=$(print ${fstype[*]} | tr ' ' '\012' | sort -u | wc -l) if (( R > 1 )) then R=0 while (( R < ${#RLV[*]} )) do case ${fstype[$R]} in hfs) fsck -F hfs -P ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; vxfs) fsck -F vxfs -y ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; unk*) fsck ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; *) if [[ ${fstype[$R]} = "" ]] then fsck ${RLV[$R]} else fsck -F ${fstype[$R]} ${RLV[$R]} fi test_return 2 ;; esac (( R = R + 1 )) done # If there is only one filesystem type being checked, then # multiple invocations of fsck can be avoided. All filesystems # are specified on the command line to one fsck invocation. # else case ${fstype} in hfs) fsck -F hfs -P ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; vxfs) fsck -F vxfs -y ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; unk*) fsck ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; *) if [[ ${fstype} = "" ]] then fsck ${RLV[@]} else fsck -F ${fstype} ${RLV[@]} fi test_return 2 ;; esac fi fi integer F=0 for I in ${LV[@]} do if [[ $(mount | grep -E $I" ") = "" ]] then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Mounting $I at ${FS[$F]}" mount ${FS_MOUNT_OPT[$F]} $I ${FS[$F]} test_return 3 else print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": WARNING: File system \"${FS[$F]}\" was already mounted." fi (( F = $F + 1 )) done } # For each {IP address/subnet} pair, add the IP address to the subnet # using cmmodnet(1m). function add_ip_address { integer S=0 integer error=0 for I in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Adding IP address $I to subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" XX=$( cmmodnet -a -i $I ${SUBNET[$S]} 2>&1 ) if (( $? != 0 )) then YY=$( netstat -in | awk '$4 == "'${I}'"') if [[ -z $YY ]] then print "$XX" >> $0.log print "\tERROR: Failed to add IP $I to subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" (( error = 1 )) else print "\tWARNING: IP $I is already configured on the subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" fi fi (( S = $S + 1 )) done if (( error != 0 )) then # `let 0` is used to set the value of $? to 1. The function test_return # requires $? to be set to 1 if it has to print error message. let 0 test_return 4 fi } # Own and reset the DTC connections function get_ownership_dtc { for I in ${DTC_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Assigning Ownership of the DTC $I" dtcmodifyconfs -o $I test_return 5 for J in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Resetting the DTC connections to IP address $J" dtcdiag -Q $J -q -f $I test_return 6 done done } # For each {service name/service command string} pair, start the # service command string at the service name using cmrunserv(1m). function start_services { integer C=0 for I in ${SERVICE_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Starting service $I using" print " \"${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}\"" # # Check if cmrunserv should be called the old # way without a restart count. # if [[ "${SERVICE_RESTART[$C]}" = "" ]] then cmrunserv $I ">> $0.log 2>&1 ${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}" else cmrunserv ${SERVICE_RESTART[$C]} $I ">> $0.log 2>&1 ${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}" fi test_return 8 (( C = $C + 1 )) done } # END OF RUN FUNCTIONS. # START OF HALT FUNCTIONS # Halt each service using cmhaltserv(1m). function halt_services { for I in ${SERVICE_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Halting service $I" cmhaltserv $I test_return 9 done } # Disown the DTC. function disown_dtc { for I in ${DTC_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Disowning the DTC $I" dtcmodifyconfs -d $I test_return 11 done } # For each IP address/subnet pair, remove the IP address from the subnet # using cmmodnet(1m). function remove_ip_address { integer S=0 integer error=0 for I in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Remove IP address $I from subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" XX=$( cmmodnet -r -i $I ${SUBNET[$S]} 2>&1 ) if (( $? != 0 )) then echo $XX | grep "is not configured on the subnet" if (( $? != 0 )) then print "$XX" >> $0.log (( error = 1 )) fi fi (( S = $S + 1 )) done if (( $error != 0 )) then # `let 0` is used to set the value of $? to 1. The function test_return # requires $? to be set to 1 if it has to print error message. let 0 test_return 12 fi } # Unmount each logical volume. function umount_fs { for I in $(print ${LV[@]} | awk '{ for(i=NF; i>0; i--) print $i }') do mount | grep -E $I" " > /dev/null 2>&1 if (( $? == 0 )) then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Unmounting filesystem on $I" print "\tWARNING: Running fuser to remove anyone using the file system directly." fuser -ku $I umount $I test_return 13 fi done } function deactivate_volume_group { for I in ${VG[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Deactivating volume group $I" vgchange -a n $I test_return 14 done } # END OF HALT FUNCTIONS. # FUNCTIONS COMMON TO BOTH RUN AND HALT. # Test return value of functions and exit with NO RESTART if bad. # Return value of 0 - 50 are reserved for use by Hewlett-Packard. # System administrators can use numbers above 50 for return values. function test_return { if (( $? != 0 )) then case $1 in 1) print "\tERROR: Function activate_volume_group" print "\tERROR: Failed to activate $I" deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 2) print "\tERROR: Function check_and_mount" print "\tERROR: Failed to fsck one of the logical volumes." exit_value=1 ;; 3) print "\tERROR: Function check_and_mount" print "\tERROR: Failed to mount $I to ${FS[$F]}" umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 4) print "\tERROR: Function add_ip_address" print "\tERROR: Failed to add IP address to subnet" remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 5) print "\tERROR: Function get_ownership_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to own $I" disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 6) print "\tERROR: Function get_ownership_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to switch $I" disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 8) print "\tERROR: Function start_services" print "\tERROR: Failed to start service ${SERVICE_NAME[$C]}" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 9) print "\tFunction halt_services" print "\tWARNING: Failed to halt service $I" ;; 11) print "\tERROR: Function disown_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to disown $I from ${SUBNET[$S]}" exit_value=1 ;; 12) print "\tERROR: Function remove_ip_address" print "\tERROR: Failed to remove $I" exit_value=1 ;; 13) print "\tERROR: Function umount_fs" print "\tERROR: Failed to unmount $I" exit_value=1 ;; 14) print "\tERROR: Function deactivate_volume_group" print "\tERROR: Failed to deactivate $I" exit_value=1 ;; 51) print "\tERROR: Function customer_defined_run_cmds" print "\tERROR: Failed to RUN customer commands" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 52) print "\tERROR: Function customer_defined_halt_cmds" print "\tERROR: Failed to HALT customer commands" exit_value=1 ;; *) print "\tERROR: Failed, unknown error." ;; esac fi } # END OF FUNCTIONS COMMON TO BOTH RUN AND HALT #-------------------MAINLINE Control Script Code Starts Here----------------- # # FUNCTION STARTUP SECTION. typeset MIN_VERSION="A.10.03" # Minimum version this control script works on integer exit_value=0 typeset CUR_VERSION # # Check that this control script is being run on a A.10.03 or later release # of MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager. The control scripts are forward # compatible but are not backward compatible because newer control # scripts use commands and option not available on older releases. CUR_VERSION="$(/usr/bin/what /usr/lbin/cmcld | /usr/bin/grep "Date" | \ /usr/bin/egrep '[AB]\...\...|NTT\...\...' | \ cut -f2 -d" ")" if [[ "${CUR_VERSION}" = "" ]] || \ [[ "${CUR_VERSION#*.}" < "${MIN_VERSION#*.}" ]] then print "ERROR: Mismatched control script version ($MIN_VERSION). You cannot run" print "\ta version ${MIN_VERSION} control_script on a node running pre" print "\t${MIN_VERSION} MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager software" exit 1 fi # Test to see if we are being called to run the package, or halt the package. if [[ $1 = "start" ]] then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Starting package at $(date) ###########" activate_volume_group check_and_mount add_ip_address get_ownership_dtc customer_defined_run_cmds start_services # Check exit value if (( $exit_value == 1 )) then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package start failed at $(date) ###########" exit 1 else print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package start completed at $(date) ###########" exit 0 fi elif [[ $1 = "stop" ]] then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Halting package at $(date) ###########" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group # Check exit value if (( $exit_value == 1 )) then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package halt failed at $(date) ###########" exit 1 else print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package halt completed at $(date) ###########" exit 0 fi fi The services for script /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl include: databpkg The service scripts for script /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.cntl include: /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.mon The contents of service script /etc/cmcluster/databpkg/databpkg.mon include: # databpkg.mon - RGB 3/3/00 # # This script is used to monitor the Oracle database within # the MC/ServiceGuard cluster. LOOP=YES PROCLIST="ora_pmon ora_dbw0 ora_smon ora_lgwr tnslsnr" while [ $LOOP = "YES" ] do for PROC in $PROCLIST do ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep $PROC if [ $? -ne 0 ] then logger "Process $PROC not found, possible Oracle problem. Shutting down databpkg." exit 1 fi done sleep 600 done echo "Unknown exit status." exit 2 Detail information for package prodpkg in cluster tridentcl: PACKAGE STATUS STATE PKG_SWITCH NODE prodpkg up running disabled hpprod Policy_Parameters: POLICY_NAME CONFIGURED_VALUE Failover configured_node Failback manual Script_Parameters: ITEM STATUS MAX_RESTARTS RESTARTS NAME Service up 0 0 prodpkg Subnet up 192.1.0.0 Node_Switching_Parameters: NODE_TYPE STATUS SWITCHING NAME Primary up enabled hpprod (current) Alternate up enabled hpdatab The package configuration file for prodpkg is: -rw-rw-rw- 1 root sys 7555 Apr 13 2000 /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.ascii And contains the following: # ********************************************************************** # ****** HIGH AVAILABILITY PACKAGE CONFIGURATION FILE (template) ******* # ********************************************************************** # ******* Note: This file MUST be edited before it can be used. ******** # * For complete details about package parameters and how to set them, * # * consult the MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager manpages or manuals. * # ********************************************************************** # Enter a name for this package. This name will be used to identify the # package when viewing or manipulating it. It must be different from # the other configured package names. PACKAGE_NAME prodpkg # Enter the names of the nodes configured for this package. Repeat # this line as necessary for additional adoptive nodes. # Order IS relevant. Put the second Adoptive Node AFTER the first # one. # Example : NODE_NAME original_node # NODE_NAME adoptive_node NODE_NAME hpprod NODE_NAME hpdatab # Enter the complete path for the run and halt scripts. In most cases # the run script and halt script specified here will be the same script, # the package control script generated by the cmmakepkg command. This # control script handles the run(ning) and halt(ing) of the package. # If the script has not completed by the specified timeout value, # it will be terminated. The default for each script timeout is # NO_TIMEOUT. Adjust the timeouts as necessary to permit full # execution of each script. # Note: The HALT_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT should be greater than the sum of # all SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT specified for all services. RUN_SCRIPT /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl RUN_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT NO_TIMEOUT HALT_SCRIPT /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl HALT_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT NO_TIMEOUT # Enter the SERVICE_NAME, the SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED and the # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT values for this package. Repeat these # three lines as necessary for additional service names. All # service names MUST correspond to the service names used by # cmrunserv and cmhaltserv commands in the run and halt scripts. # # The value for SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED can be either YES or # NO. If set to YES, in the event of a service failure, the # cluster software will halt the node on which the service is # running. If SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED is not specified, the # default will be NO. # # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT is represented in the number of seconds. # This timeout is used to determine the length of time (in # seconds) the cluster software will wait for the service to # halt before a SIGKILL signal is sent to force the termination # of the service. In the event of a service halt, the cluster # software will first send a SIGTERM signal to terminate the # service. If the service does not halt, after waiting for the # specified SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT, the cluster software will send # out the SIGKILL signal to the service to force its termination. # This timeout value should be large enough to allow all cleanup # processes associated with the service to complete. If the # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT is not specified, a zero timeout will be # assumed, meaning the cluster software will not wait at all # before sending the SIGKILL signal to halt the service. # # Example: SERVICE_NAME DB_SERVICE # SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO # SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT 300 # # To configure a service, uncomment the following lines and # fill in the values for all of the keywords. # #SERVICE_NAME #SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED #SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT SERVICE_NAME prodpkg SERVICE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO SERVICE_HALT_TIMEOUT 300 # Enter the network subnet name that is to be monitored for this package. # Repeat this line as necessary for additional subnet names. If any of # the subnets defined goes down, the package will be switched to another # node that is configured for this package and has all the defined subnets # available. SUBNET 192.1.0.0 # The following keywords (RESOURCE_NAME, RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL, and # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE) are used to specify Package Resource Dependencies. To # define a Package Resource Dependency, a RESOURCE_NAME line with a fully # qualified resource path name, and one or more RESOURCE_UP_VALUE lines are # required. A RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL line (how often in seconds the resource # is to be monitored) is optional and defaults to 60 seconds. An operator and # a value are used with RESOURCE_UP_VALUE to define when the resource is to be # considered up. The operators are =, !=, >, <, >=, and <=, depending on the # type of value. Values can be string or numeric. If the type is string, then # only = and != are valid operators. If the string contains whitespace, it # must be enclosed in quotes. String values are case sensitive. For example, # # Resource is up when its value is # -------------------------------- # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = UP "UP" # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE != DOWN Any value except "DOWN" # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = "On Course" "On Course" # # If the type is numeric, then it can specify a threshold, or a range to # define a resource up condition. If it is a threshold, then any operator # may be used. If a range is to be specified, then only > or >= may be used # for the first operator, and only < or <= may be used for the second operator. # For example, # Resource is up when its value is # -------------------------------- # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = 5 5 (threshold) # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE > 5.1 greater than 5.1 (threshold) # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE > -5 and < 10 between -5 and 10 (range) # # Note that "and" is required between the lower limit and upper limit # when specifying a range. The upper limit must be greater than the lower # limit. If RESOURCE_UP_VALUE is repeated within a RESOURCE_NAME block, then # they are inclusively OR'd together. Package Resource Dependencies may be # defined by repeating the entire RESOURCE_NAME block. # # Example : RESOURCE_NAME /net/lan/lan0/res1 # RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL 120 # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = RUNNING # RESOURCE_UP_VALUE = ONLINE # # Means that the value of resource /net/lan/lan0/res1 will be # checked every 120 seconds, and is considered to be 'up' when # its value is "RUNNING" or "ONLINE". # # Uncomment the following lines to specify Package Resource Dependencies. # #RESOURCE_NAME #RESOURCE_POLLING_INTERVAL #RESOURCE_UP_VALUE [and ] # The default for PKG_SWITCHING_ENABLED is YES. In the event of a # failure, this permits the cluster software to transfer the package # to an adoptive node. Adjust as necessary. PKG_SWITCHING_ENABLED YES # The default for NET_SWITCHING_ENABLED is YES. In the event of a # failure, this permits the cluster software to switch LANs locally # (transfer to a standby LAN card). Adjust as necessary. NET_SWITCHING_ENABLED YES # The default for NODE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED is NO. If set to YES, # in the event of a failure, the cluster software will halt the node # on which the package is running. Adjust as necessary. NODE_FAIL_FAST_ENABLED NO Startup and Shutdown scripts include: /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl . The contents of package script /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl includes: #"(#) A.10.10 $Revision: 80.8 $ $Date: 97/07/17 08:45:04 $" # ********************************************************************** # * * # * HIGH AVAILABILITY PACKAGE CONTROL SCRIPT (template) * # * * # * Note: This file MUST be edited before it can be used. * # * * # ********************************************************************** # UNCOMMENT the variables as you set them. # Set PATH to reference the appropriate directories. PATH=/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/etc:/bin # VOLUME GROUP ACTIVATION: # Specify the method of activation for volume groups. # Leave the default ("VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e") if you want volume # groups activated in exclusive mode. This assumes the volume groups have # been initialized with 'vgchange -c y' at the time of creation. # # Uncomment the first line (VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e -q n"), and comment # out the default, if your disks are mirrored on separate physical paths, # # Uncomment the second line (VGCHANGE="vgchange -a y") if you wish to # use non-exclusive activation mode. Single node cluster configurations # must use non-exclusive activation. # # VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e -q n" # VGCHANGE="vgchange -a y" VGCHANGE="vgchange -a e" # Default # VOLUME GROUPS # Specify which volume groups are used by this package. Uncomment VG[0]="" # and fill in the name of your first volume group. You must begin with # VG[0], and increment the list in sequence. # # For example, if this package uses your volume groups vg01 and vg02, enter: # VG[0]=vg01 # VG[1]=vg02 # # The volume group activation method is defined above. The filesystems # associated with these volume groups are specified below. # #VG[0]="" #VG[0]=vg01 # FILESYSTEMS # Specify the filesystems which are used by this package. Uncomment # LV[0]=""; FS[0]=""; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="" and fill in the name of your first # logical volume, filesystem and mount option for the file system. You must # begin with LV[0], FS[0] and FS_MOUNT_OPT[0] and increment the list in # sequence. # # For example, if this package uses the file systems pkg1a and pkg1b, # which are mounted on the logical volumes lvol1 and lvol2 with read and # write options enter: # LV[0]=/dev/vg01/lvol1; FS[0]=/pkg1a; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="-o rw" # LV[1]=/dev/vg01/lvol2; FS[1]=/pkg1b; FS_MOUNT_OPT[1]="-o rw" # # The filesystems are defined as triplets of entries specifying the logical # volume, the mount point and the mount options for the file system. Each # filesystem will be fsck'd prior to being mounted. The filesystems will be # mounted in the order specified during package startup and will be unmounted # in reverse order during package shutdown. Ensure that volume groups # referenced by the logical volume definitions below are included in # volume group definitions above. # #LV[0]=""; FS[0]=""; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="" #LV[0]=/dev/vg01/lvora05; FS[0]=/ora05; FS_MOUNT_OPT[0]="" # IP ADDRESSES # Specify the IP and Subnet address pairs which are used by this package. # Uncomment IP[0]="" and SUBNET[0]="" and fill in the name of your first # IP and subnet address. You must begin with IP[0] and SUBNET[0] and # increment the list in sequence. # # For example, if this package uses an IP of 192.10.25.12 and a subnet of # 192.10.25.0 enter: # IP[0]=192.10.25.12 # SUBNET[0]=192.10.25.0 # (netmask=255.255.255.0) # # Hint: Run "netstat -i" to see the available subnets in the Network field. # # IP/Subnet address pairs for each IP address you want to add to a subnet # interface card. Must be set in pairs, even for IP addresses on the same # subnet. # IP[0]="192.1.140.7" SUBNET[0]="192.1.0.0" # SERVICE NAMES AND COMMANDS. # Specify the service name, command, and restart parameters which are # used by this package. Uncomment SERVICE_NAME[0]="", SERVICE_CMD[0]="", # SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" and fill in the name of the first service, command, # and restart parameters. You must begin with SERVICE_NAME[0], SERVICE_CMD[0], # and SERVICE_RESTART[0] and increment the list in sequence. # # For example: # SERVICE_NAME[0]=pkg1a # SERVICE_CMD[0]="/usr/bin/X11/xclock -display 192.10.25.54:0" # SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" # Will not restart the service. # # SERVICE_NAME[1]=pkg1b # SERVICE_CMD[1]="/usr/bin/X11/xload -display 192.10.25.54:0" # SERVICE_RESTART[1]="-r 2" # Will restart the service twice. # # SERVICE_NAME[2]=pkg1c # SERVICE_CMD[2]="/usr/sbin/ping" # SERVICE_RESTART[2]="-R" # Will restart the service an infinite # number of times. # # Note: No environmental variables will be passed to the command, this # includes the PATH variable. Absolute path names are required for the # service command definition. Default shell is /usr/bin/sh. # SERVICE_NAME[0]="prodpkg" SERVICE_CMD[0]="/etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.mon" SERVICE_RESTART[0]="" # DTC manager information for each DTC. # Example: DTC[0]=dtc_20 #DTC_NAME[0]= # START OF CUSTOMER DEFINED FUNCTIONS # This function is a place holder for customer define functions. # You should define all actions you want to happen here, before the service is # started. You can create as many functions as you need. function customer_defined_run_cmds { # ADD customer defined run commands. : # do nothing instruction, because a function must contain some command. # Start NFS /sbin/init.d/nfs.server start # Export file systems. exportfs -i -o rw=hpburn,root=hpburn /ora05 # Start ProD. /ora05/prod01/prd/etc/rc.start # Start ProD license daemon. /ora05/prod01/prd/etc/rc.start_licd # Start ProD on the hpburn server. #remsh hpburn /ora05/prod01/prd/etc/rc.start & } # This function is a place holder for customer define functions. # You should define all actions you want to happen here, before the service is # halted. function customer_defined_halt_cmds { # ADD customer defined halt commands. : # do nothing instruction, because a function must contain some command. # Stop ProD on the hpburn server. remsh hpburn /scripts/stopprod & # Block ProD access. /scripts/blockprod # Clear all bshells. /scripts/CLEarallbshells # Stop ProD. /ora05/prod01/prd/etc/rc.stop # Clear shared memory. /scripts/clear_smemory # Unblock ProD access. /scripts/unblockprod # Unexport file system. exportfs -u /ora05 # Stop NFS /sbin/init.d/nfs.server stop } # END OF CUSTOMER DEFINED FUNCTIONS # START OF RUN FUNCTIONS function activate_volume_group { for I in ${VG[@]} do if [[ "${VGCHANGE}" = "vgchange -a y" ]] then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Activating volume group $I with non-exclusive option." else print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - \"$(hostname)\": Activating volume group $I with exclusive option." fi $VGCHANGE $I test_return 1 done } # For each {file system/logical volume} pair, fsck the file system # and mount it. function check_and_mount { integer R=0 for I in ${LV[@]} do if [[ $(mount -p | awk '$1 == "'$I'"') = "" ]] then RLV[$R]="${I%/*}/r${I##*/}" if [ -x /usr/sbin/fstyp ] then fstype[$R]=$(fstyp $I) fi (( R = $R + 1 )) fi done # Verify that there is at least one file system to check and what type. if [[ ${RLV[@]} != "" ]] then print -n "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": " print "Checking filesystems:" print ${LV[@]} | tr ' ' '\012' | sed -e 's/^/ /' # If there is more than one filesystem type being checked # then each filesystem is check individually. # R=$(print ${fstype[*]} | tr ' ' '\012' | sort -u | wc -l) if (( R > 1 )) then R=0 while (( R < ${#RLV[*]} )) do case ${fstype[$R]} in hfs) fsck -F hfs -P ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; vxfs) fsck -F vxfs -y ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; unk*) fsck ${RLV[$R]} test_return 2 ;; *) if [[ ${fstype[$R]} = "" ]] then fsck ${RLV[$R]} else fsck -F ${fstype[$R]} ${RLV[$R]} fi test_return 2 ;; esac (( R = R + 1 )) done # If there is only one filesystem type being checked, then # multiple invocations of fsck can be avoided. All filesystems # are specified on the command line to one fsck invocation. # else case ${fstype} in hfs) fsck -F hfs -P ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; vxfs) fsck -F vxfs -y ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; unk*) fsck ${RLV[@]} test_return 2 ;; *) if [[ ${fstype} = "" ]] then fsck ${RLV[@]} else fsck -F ${fstype} ${RLV[@]} fi test_return 2 ;; esac fi fi integer F=0 for I in ${LV[@]} do if [[ $(mount | grep -E $I" ") = "" ]] then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Mounting $I at ${FS[$F]}" mount ${FS_MOUNT_OPT[$F]} $I ${FS[$F]} test_return 3 else print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": WARNING: File system \"${FS[$F]}\" was already mounted." fi (( F = $F + 1 )) done } # For each {IP address/subnet} pair, add the IP address to the subnet # using cmmodnet(1m). function add_ip_address { integer S=0 integer error=0 for I in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Adding IP address $I to subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" XX=$( cmmodnet -a -i $I ${SUBNET[$S]} 2>&1 ) if (( $? != 0 )) then YY=$( netstat -in | awk '$4 == "'${I}'"') if [[ -z $YY ]] then print "$XX" >> $0.log print "\tERROR: Failed to add IP $I to subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" (( error = 1 )) else print "\tWARNING: IP $I is already configured on the subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" fi fi (( S = $S + 1 )) done if (( error != 0 )) then # `let 0` is used to set the value of $? to 1. The function test_return # requires $? to be set to 1 if it has to print error message. let 0 test_return 4 fi } # Own and reset the DTC connections function get_ownership_dtc { for I in ${DTC_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Assigning Ownership of the DTC $I" dtcmodifyconfs -o $I test_return 5 for J in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Resetting the DTC connections to IP address $J" dtcdiag -Q $J -q -f $I test_return 6 done done } # For each {service name/service command string} pair, start the # service command string at the service name using cmrunserv(1m). function start_services { integer C=0 for I in ${SERVICE_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Starting service $I using" print " \"${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}\"" # # Check if cmrunserv should be called the old # way without a restart count. # if [[ "${SERVICE_RESTART[$C]}" = "" ]] then cmrunserv $I ">> $0.log 2>&1 ${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}" else cmrunserv ${SERVICE_RESTART[$C]} $I ">> $0.log 2>&1 ${SERVICE_CMD[$C]}" fi test_return 8 (( C = $C + 1 )) done } # END OF RUN FUNCTIONS. # START OF HALT FUNCTIONS # Halt each service using cmhaltserv(1m). function halt_services { for I in ${SERVICE_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Halting service $I" cmhaltserv $I test_return 9 done } # Disown the DTC. function disown_dtc { for I in ${DTC_NAME[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Disowning the DTC $I" dtcmodifyconfs -d $I test_return 11 done } # For each IP address/subnet pair, remove the IP address from the subnet # using cmmodnet(1m). function remove_ip_address { integer S=0 integer error=0 for I in ${IP[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Remove IP address $I from subnet ${SUBNET[$S]}" XX=$( cmmodnet -r -i $I ${SUBNET[$S]} 2>&1 ) if (( $? != 0 )) then echo $XX | grep "is not configured on the subnet" if (( $? != 0 )) then print "$XX" >> $0.log (( error = 1 )) fi fi (( S = $S + 1 )) done if (( $error != 0 )) then # `let 0` is used to set the value of $? to 1. The function test_return # requires $? to be set to 1 if it has to print error message. let 0 test_return 12 fi } # Unmount each logical volume. function umount_fs { for I in $(print ${LV[@]} | awk '{ for(i=NF; i>0; i--) print $i }') do mount | grep -E $I" " > /dev/null 2>&1 if (( $? == 0 )) then print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Unmounting filesystem on $I" print "\tWARNING: Running fuser to remove anyone using the file system directly." fuser -ku $I umount $I test_return 13 fi done } function deactivate_volume_group { for I in ${VG[@]} do print "$(date '+%b %e %X') - Node \"$(hostname)\": Deactivating volume group $I" vgchange -a n $I test_return 14 done } # END OF HALT FUNCTIONS. # FUNCTIONS COMMON TO BOTH RUN AND HALT. # Test return value of functions and exit with NO RESTART if bad. # Return value of 0 - 50 are reserved for use by Hewlett-Packard. # System administrators can use numbers above 50 for return values. function test_return { if (( $? != 0 )) then case $1 in 1) print "\tERROR: Function activate_volume_group" print "\tERROR: Failed to activate $I" deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 2) print "\tERROR: Function check_and_mount" print "\tERROR: Failed to fsck one of the logical volumes." exit_value=1 ;; 3) print "\tERROR: Function check_and_mount" print "\tERROR: Failed to mount $I to ${FS[$F]}" umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 4) print "\tERROR: Function add_ip_address" print "\tERROR: Failed to add IP address to subnet" remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 5) print "\tERROR: Function get_ownership_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to own $I" disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 6) print "\tERROR: Function get_ownership_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to switch $I" disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 8) print "\tERROR: Function start_services" print "\tERROR: Failed to start service ${SERVICE_NAME[$C]}" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 9) print "\tFunction halt_services" print "\tWARNING: Failed to halt service $I" ;; 11) print "\tERROR: Function disown_dtc" print "\tERROR: Failed to disown $I from ${SUBNET[$S]}" exit_value=1 ;; 12) print "\tERROR: Function remove_ip_address" print "\tERROR: Failed to remove $I" exit_value=1 ;; 13) print "\tERROR: Function umount_fs" print "\tERROR: Failed to unmount $I" exit_value=1 ;; 14) print "\tERROR: Function deactivate_volume_group" print "\tERROR: Failed to deactivate $I" exit_value=1 ;; 51) print "\tERROR: Function customer_defined_run_cmds" print "\tERROR: Failed to RUN customer commands" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group exit 1 ;; 52) print "\tERROR: Function customer_defined_halt_cmds" print "\tERROR: Failed to HALT customer commands" exit_value=1 ;; *) print "\tERROR: Failed, unknown error." ;; esac fi } # END OF FUNCTIONS COMMON TO BOTH RUN AND HALT #-------------------MAINLINE Control Script Code Starts Here----------------- # # FUNCTION STARTUP SECTION. typeset MIN_VERSION="A.10.03" # Minimum version this control script works on integer exit_value=0 typeset CUR_VERSION # # Check that this control script is being run on a A.10.03 or later release # of MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager. The control scripts are forward # compatible but are not backward compatible because newer control # scripts use commands and option not available on older releases. CUR_VERSION="$(/usr/bin/what /usr/lbin/cmcld | /usr/bin/grep "Date" | \ /usr/bin/egrep '[AB]\...\...|NTT\...\...' | \ cut -f2 -d" ")" if [[ "${CUR_VERSION}" = "" ]] || \ [[ "${CUR_VERSION#*.}" < "${MIN_VERSION#*.}" ]] then print "ERROR: Mismatched control script version ($MIN_VERSION). You cannot run" print "\ta version ${MIN_VERSION} control_script on a node running pre" print "\t${MIN_VERSION} MC/ServiceGuard or MC/LockManager software" exit 1 fi # Test to see if we are being called to run the package, or halt the package. if [[ $1 = "start" ]] then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Starting package at $(date) ###########" activate_volume_group check_and_mount add_ip_address get_ownership_dtc customer_defined_run_cmds start_services # Check exit value if (( $exit_value == 1 )) then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package start failed at $(date) ###########" exit 1 else print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package start completed at $(date) ###########" exit 0 fi elif [[ $1 = "stop" ]] then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Halting package at $(date) ###########" halt_services customer_defined_halt_cmds disown_dtc remove_ip_address umount_fs deactivate_volume_group # Check exit value if (( $exit_value == 1 )) then print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package halt failed at $(date) ###########" exit 1 else print "\n\t########### Node \"$(hostname)\": Package halt completed at $(date) ###########" exit 0 fi fi The services for script /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl include: prodpkg The service scripts for script /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.cntl include: /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.mon The contents of service script /etc/cmcluster/prodpkg/prodpkg.mon include: # prodpkg.mon - RGB 3/3/00 # # This script is used to monitor ProD within # the MC/ServiceGuard cluster. LOOP=YES #PROCLIST="licd6.2 shmtimer6.2" #PROCLIST="licd6.2" PROCLIST="shmtimer6.2" while [ $LOOP = "YES" ] do for PROC in $PROCLIST do ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep $PROC if [ $? -ne 0 ] then logger "Process $PROC not found, possible ProD problem. Shutting down prodpkg." exit 1 fi done sleep 600 done echo "Unknown exit status." exit 2 End of Service Guard Configuration Information.


Omniback Configuration Information

[Back to Top]


HP OpenView Storage Data Protector A.05.00: OMNICC, internal build 190, built on Tue Jul 16 17:37:01 2002


Omniback II License Status:


Licensing mode     : Local
License server     : hptrident

                Category                                   Number of Licenses 
 Cell Manager for UNIX                                               1
 Cell Manager for Windows                                            1
 Single Drive for UNIX / NAS / SAN                                 999
 Single Drive for Windows / NetWare / Linux                        999
 Multi-Drive Server for UNIX                                       999
 Multi-Drive Server for Windows / NetWare                          999
 On-line Extension for UNIX                                          1
 On-line Extension for Windows                                       1
 Manager-of-Managers Extension for UNIX                            999
 Manager-of-Managers Extension for Windows                         999
 61-250 Slot Libraries Extension for UNIX                            1
 61-250 Slot Libraries Extension for Windows                         1
 Unlimited Slot Libraries Extension for UNIX                         1
 Unlimited Slot Libraries Extension for Windows                      1
 EMC Split Mirror Extension                                          1
 HP XP Split Mirror Extension                                        1
 Single Server Edition for UNIX                                      0
 Single Server Edition for Windows                                   0
 EMC Fastrax Extension for ONE Symmetrix                           999
 On-line Extension for ONE UNIX system                             999
 On-line Extension for ONE Windows / Linux system                  999
 Extension for ONE 61-250 Slot Library                             999
 Extension for ONE 61-250 Slot Library for Windows                 999
 Extension for ONE Unlimited Slot Library                          999
 Extension for ONE Unlimited Slot Library for Windows              999
 Zero Downtime Backup Extension for ONE EMC Symmetrix              999
 Zero Downtime Backup Extension for ONE HP Surestore XP            999
 Extension for ONE NDMP Server                                     999
 Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB EMC Symmetrix             999
 Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP           999
 Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA           999
 Instant Recovery Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP               999
 EMC Fastrax Extension for 1 TB Symmetrix                          999
 Instant Recovery Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA               999
 Direct Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP or compatible    999
 Direct Backup using NDMP for 1 TB                                 999
 Direct Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA                  999


Omniback II License Passwords, etc.:

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Cell Manager for UNIX
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Cell Manager for Windows
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Single Drive for UNIX / NAS / SAN
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Single Drive for Windows / NetWare / Linux
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Multi-Drive Server for UNIX
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Multi-Drive Server for Windows / NetWare
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : On-line Extension for UNIX
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : On-line Extension for Windows
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Manager-of-Managers Extension for UNIX
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Manager-of-Managers Extension for Windows
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : 61-250 Slot Libraries Extension for UNIX
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : 61-250 Slot Libraries Extension for Windows
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Unlimited Slot Libraries Extension for UNIX
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Unlimited Slot Libraries Extension for Windows
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : EMC Split Mirror Extension
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : HP XP Split Mirror Extension
Quantity             : 1
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : EMC Fastrax Extension for ONE Symmetrix
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : On-line Extension for ONE UNIX system
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : On-line Extension for ONE Windows / Linux system
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Extension for ONE 61-250 Slot Library
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Extension for ONE 61-250 Slot Library for Windows
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Extension for ONE Unlimited Slot Library
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Extension for ONE Unlimited Slot Library for Windows
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Zero Downtime Backup Extension for ONE EMC Symmetrix
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Zero Downtime Backup Extension for ONE HP Surestore XP
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Extension for ONE NDMP Server
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB EMC Symmetrix
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Zero Downtime Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Instant Recovery Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : EMC Fastrax Extension for 1 TB Symmetrix
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Instant Recovery Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Direct Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore XP or compatible
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Direct Backup using NDMP for 1 TB
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license

Password             : ""
Start Time           : 04/10/03 12:06:58
Expiration Time      : 06/09/03 12:06:58
IP range             : 
License category     : Direct Backup Extension for 1 TB HP Surestore VA
Quantity             : 999
Annotation           : 
Days until expiration: 52
Remark               : Evaluation license



Omniback II Cell Configuration:


Host information: 
   host="hptrident"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"
   Manager-of-Managers User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hptest1"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpdatab"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpdevel"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hptest"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpprod"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpora1"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpora2"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpSF"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="hpwork"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-10.20"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="tridentpkg"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Host information: 
   host="databpkg"  
   os="hp s800 hp-ux-11.00"  

Installed component[s]: 
   Disk Agent="A.05.00"
   Media Agent="A.05.00"
   User Interface="A.05.00"

Summary:
   12 configured host[s].
   12 installed Disk Agent[s].
   12 installed Media Agent[s].
   0 installed ACS Media Agent[s].
   0 installed DAS Media Agent[s].
   0 installed EMC Fastrax Media Agent[s].
   0 installed NDMP Media Agent[s].
   9 installed User Interface[s].
   1 installed Manager-of-Managers User Interface[s].
   0 installed MS Exchange 5.x Integration[s].
   0 installed MS SQL 6.5 Integration[s].
   0 installed MS SQL 7.0/2000 Integration[s].
   0 installed SAP R/3 Integration[s].
   0 installed EMC Symmetrix Agent[s].
   0 installed Ora7 Integration[s].
   0 installed Ora8 Integration[s].
   0 installed Sybase Integration[s].
   0 installed HP SureStore XP Agent[s].
   0 installed HP SureStore VA Agent[s].
   0 installed Informix Integration[s].
   0 installed Lotus Integration[s].
   0 installed HP OpenView NNM Backup Integration[s].
   0 installed EMC Fastrax Resolving Agent[s].
   0 installed OmniStorage Integration[s].
   0 installed MS Exchange 2000 Integration[s].
   0 installed German Language Support[s].
   0 installed Japanese Language Support[s].
   0 installed French Language Support[s].
   0 installed Automatic Disaster Recovery Module[s].


Omniback II Datalists

Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/ITO_Datalist: DATALIST "ITO_Datalist" PREEXEC "at -f /opt/omni/lbin/preexec/stop now" -on_host hpwork POSTEXEC "at -f /opt/omni/lbin/postexec/start now" -on_host hpwork DEVICE "DLT1" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "ITO Full O/S Backup" hpwork { -exclude "/depot" "/bmc" } -protect days 2 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpprod_full: DATALIST "hpprod_full" DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } RAWDISK { } } DEVICE "DLT3" { -concurrency 4 -pool "OS_Pool" } HOST "" hpprod { } Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/OS_NonProd: DATALIST "OS_NonProd" DEVICE "DLT2" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpdevel { -pre_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_stop now" -post_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_start now" } -protect days 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/.automatic: DATALIST "Automatically generated datalist" FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/ { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/stand { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/var { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/usr { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/tmp { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/ora05 { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/opt { } FILESYSTEM "" hpprod01:/home { } Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpSF_Ora: DATALIST "hpSF_Ora" DESCRIPTION "Put Ora Database in Hot Mode" PREEXEC "ora_init start" -on_host hpSF POSTEXEC "ora_init stop" -on_host hpSF DEVICE "Local_hpSF" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "Ora Database Backup" hpSF:/ora01 { -exclude "/ora01/app" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Database Backup" hpSF:/ora02 { } -protect days 2 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/Ora_Archives: DATALIST "Ora_Archives" DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } } DEVICE "DLT3" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" tridentpkg:/ora08 { -trees "/ora08/oradata/prodp/arch" -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora08/oradata/prodp/arch" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" hpSF:/ora02 { -trees "/ora02/oradata/ddcp/arch" -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" hpora1:/ora03 { -trees "/ora03/oradata/prodr/arch" -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora03/oradata/prodr/arch" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" hpora1:/ora05 { -trees "/ora05/oradata/ABCD/arch" -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora05/oradata/ABCD/arch" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" hpora1:/ora07 { -trees "/ora07/oradata/abcd/arch" "/ora07/oradata/howdy/arch" "/ora07/oradata/samm/arch" -public -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora07/oradata/abcd/arch; /scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora07/oradata/howdy/arch; /scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora07/oradata/samm/arch" } -protect days 2 FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Backup" hpora1:/ora09 { -trees "/ora09/oradata/hpwebp/arch" -post_exec "/scripts/ora_arch_cleanup /ora09/oradata/hpwebp/arch" } -protect days 2 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/Non_Prod_OS_02: DATALIST "Non_Prod_OS_02" DEVICE "DLT4" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpora2 { -pre_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_hot_dev now" -post_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_cold_dev now" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpwork { -pre_exec "at -f /opt/omni/lbin/stop_opc now" -post_exec "at -f /opt/omni/lbin/start_opc now" } -protect days 4 HOST "ProD Q/A System" hptest { -pre_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_stop now" -post_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_start now" } -protect days 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpSF_Ora_arch_logs: DATALIST "hpSF_Ora_arch_logs" POSTEXEC "rm /ora02/oradata/ddcp/arch/*.arc" -on_host hpSF DEVICE "Local_hpSF" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "Ora Archive Logs" hpSF:/ora02 { } -protect days 5 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/Ora_daily_hot: DATALIST "Ora_daily_hot" RECONNECT PREEXEC "hot_ora_backup_pre_exec" -on_host databpkg DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } -protect days 8 } DEVICE "DLT3" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Bkup" databpkg:/ora08 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Bkup -Sys Files" databpkg:/ora01 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "ProD Source Dir" tridentpkg:/ora05 { -exclude "/ora05/prod/prd/tmp" } -protect days 6 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpSF_Full: DATALIST "hpSF_Full" DESCRIPTION "Put Ora Database in Hot Mode" PREEXEC "ora_init start" -on_host hpSF POSTEXEC "ora_init stop" -on_host hpSF DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } RAWDISK { } } DEVICE "Local_hpSF" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "hpSF Full Backup" hpSF { -trees "/" -exclude "/var/tmp" "/var/preserve" "/tmp" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpprod { -exclude "/prodtrans" "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpburn { -exclude "/backup" "/var/opt/omni/db" "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpdatab { -exclude "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora05" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora05" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hptrident { } -protect days 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpdatab_full: DATALIST "hpdatab_full" DEVICE "DLT4" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "Full Backup" hpdatab { } -protect weeks 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpdatab_ProD_01: DATALIST "hpdatab_ProD_01" DEVICE "DLT4" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "ProD 01 Backup" hpdatab { -exclude "/stand" "/var" "/usr" "/tmp" "/opt" "/home" -pre_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_stop now" -post_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_start now" } -protect days 30 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpprod { -exclude "/prodtrans" "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpburn { -exclude "/backup" "/var/opt/omni/db" "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpdatab { -exclude "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora05" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora05" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hptrident_Full: DATALIST "hptrident_Full" DYNAMIC 1 5 DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { -public -pre_exec '"at -f /opt/omni/lbin/preexec/hptrident_Full_preexec now"' -post_exec '"at -f /opt/omni/lbin/postexec/hptrident_Full_postexec now"' } -protect days 5 RAWDISK { } } DEVICE "DLT2" { } FILESYSTEM "/" hptrident:"/" { } FILESYSTEM "/etc/opt/OV" hptrident:"/etc/opt/OV" { } FILESYSTEM "/home" hptrident:"/home" { } FILESYSTEM "/opt" hptrident:"/opt" { } FILESYSTEM "/opt/omni" hptrident:"/opt/omni" { } FILESYSTEM "/opt/OV" hptrident:"/opt/OV" { } FILESYSTEM "/oraOV" hptrident:"/oraOV" { } FILESYSTEM "/stand" hptrident:"/stand" { } FILESYSTEM "/swdepot" hptrident:"/swdepot" { } FILESYSTEM "/usr" hptrident:"/usr" { } FILESYSTEM "/var" hptrident:"/var" { -trees "/var/lost+found" "/var/opt" "/var/adm" "/var/spool" "/var/X11" "/var/mail" "/var/news" "/var/run" "/var/statmon" "/var/yp" "/var/rbootd" "/var/dt" "/var/sam" "/var/uucp" "/var/stm" "/var/tombstones" "/var/emc" "/var/home" } FILESYSTEM "/www" hptrident:"/www" { } FILESYSTEM "/var/opt/OV" hptrident:"/var/opt/OV" { } FILESYSTEM "/var/opt/omni/db40/purge" hptrident:"/var/opt/omni/db40/purge" { } FILESYSTEM "/var/opt/omni/db40" hptrident:"/var/opt/omni/db40" { } Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/Ora_wkly_hot: DATALIST "Ora_wkly_hot" RECONNECT PREEXEC "hot_ora_backup_pre_exec" -on_host databpkg DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } -protect days 8 } DEVICE "DLT3" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "ProD Source Dir" tridentpkg:/ora05 { -exclude "/ora05/prod/prd/tmp" } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora01 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora02 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora03 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora04 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora06 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora07 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora08 { } -protect days 6 FILESYSTEM "Ora BCV Backup - Data" hpdatab:/ora09 { } -protect days 6 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/Prod_OS: DATALIST "Prod_OS" DEVICE "DLT1" { -concurrency 4 } HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpora1 { -pre_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_hot_prod now" -post_exec "at -f /scripts/OB_ora_cold_prod now" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpprod { -exclude "/prodtrans" "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 HOST "Full O/S Bkup" hpdatab { -exclude "/ora01" "/ora02" "/ora03" "/ora04" "/ora05" "/ora06" "/ora07" "/ora08" "/ora09" "/backup/ora01" "/backup/ora02" "/backup/ora03" "/backup/ora04" "/backup/ora05" "/backup/ora06" "/backup/ora07" "/backup/ora08" "/backup/ora09" } -protect days 4 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/hpdevel_Ora_Data: DATALIST "hpdevel_Ora_Data" DESCRIPTION "hpdevel Ora Data Backup" DEVICE "DLT2" { -concurrency 4 } FILESYSTEM "/ora02" hpdevel:/ora02 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora03" hpdevel:/ora03 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora04" hpdevel:/ora04 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora05" hpdevel:/ora05 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora06" hpdevel:/ora06 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora07" hpdevel:/ora07 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora08" hpdevel:/ora08 { -public } -protect days 14 FILESYSTEM "/ora09" hpdevel:/ora09 { -public } -protect days 14 Datalist: /etc/opt/omni/datalists/OmniDB_datalist: DATALIST "OmniDB_datalist" DEFAULTS { FILESYSTEM { } RAWDISK { } } DEVICE "Local_hptrident" { } OMNIDB "Bkup Omniback databases" hptrident:"/" { } -protect days 14

Omniback II Pool, Media & Devices

Omniback II Media & Pool Summary: Pool name Media Type Policy # of media Free =============================================================================== OS_Pool DLT Strict 22 1917429 Default AIT AIT App+Loose 0 0 Default DDS DDS App+Loose 0 0 Default DLT DLT App+Loose 0 0 Default DTF DTF App+Loose 0 0 Default Exabyte ExaByte App+Loose 0 0 Default File File App+Loose 0 0 Default LTO-Ultrium LTO-Ultrium App+Loose 0 0 Default Optical Optical App+Loose 0 0 Default QIC QIC Loose 0 0 Default SD-3 SD-3 App+Loose 0 0 Default SuperDLT SuperDLT App+Loose 0 0 Default T3480/T4890/T9490 T3480/T4890/T9490 App+Loose 0 0 Default T3590 T3590 App+Loose 0 0 Default T9840 T9840 App+Loose 0 0 Default Tape Tape App+Loose 0 0 ITO_Pool DDS Loose 12 92060 Offsite Pool DLT Strict 48 2236916 OmniDB_Pool DDS Loose 18 152964 OraDB_Pool DLT Loose 18 869328 hpSF DDS App+Loose+Unini 16 215466 Omniback II Media & Pool Detail: Pool name : OS_Pool Media Type : DLT Policy : Strict Blocks used : 697421 Blocks total : 2614850 Altogether media : 22 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default AIT Media Type : AIT Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default DDS Media Type : DDS Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default DLT Media Type : DLT Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default Exabyte Media Type : ExaByte Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default File Media Type : File Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default LTO-Ultrium Media Type : LTO-Ultrium Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default Optical Media Type : Optical Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default QIC Media Type : QIC Policy : Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default SuperDLT Media Type : SuperDLT Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default T3480/T4890/T9490 Media Type : T3480/T4890/T9490 Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default T9840 Media Type : T9840 Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Default Tape Media Type : Tape Policy : App+Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 0 Altogether media : 0 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : ITO_Pool Media Type : DDS Policy : Loose Blocks used : 0 Blocks total : 92060 Altogether media : 12 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : Offsite Pool Media Type : DLT Policy : Strict Blocks used : 192520 Blocks total : 2429436 Altogether media : 48 Bad media : 1 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : OmniDB_Pool Media Type : DDS Policy : Loose Blocks used : 6902 Blocks total : 159866 Altogether media : 18 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : OraDB_Pool Media Type : DLT Policy : Loose Blocks used : 1013615 Blocks total : 1882943 Altogether media : 18 Bad media : 0 Overwritten media : 0 Pool name : hpSF Media Type : DDS Policy : App+Loose+Uninitialized First Blocks used : 23466 Blocks total : 238932 Altogether media : 16 Bad media : 1 Overwritten media : 0 Omniback II Device & Pool Summary: Device name Host Device type Pool ============================================================================== DLT_Library hptrident SCSI-II Library DLT1 hptrident DLT (in library) OS_Pool DLT2 hptrident DLT (in library) OS_Pool DLT3 hpprod DLT (in library) OraDB_Pool DLT4 hpdatab DLT (in library) OraDB_Pool Local_hpSF hpSF Standalone hpSF Local_hptrident hptrident Standalone OmniDB_Pool ============================================================================== Together : 6 configured device[s]. Omniback II Device & Pool Detail: ============================================================================== NAME "DLT1" DESCRIPTION "Drive 1 in the DLT Library" HOST hptrident POLICY SCSI-II TYPE DLT POOL "OS_Pool" LIBRARY "DLT_Library" CLEANME DRIVES "/dev/rmt/c5t0d0BEST" "1" ============================================================================== ============================================================================== NAME "DLT2" DESCRIPTION "Drive 2 in the DLT Library" HOST hptrident POLICY SCSI-II TYPE DLT POOL "OS_Pool" LIBRARY "DLT_Library" CLEANME DRIVES "/dev/rmt/c7t1d0BEST" "2" ============================================================================== ============================================================================== NAME "DLT3" DESCRIPTION "Drive 4 in the DLT Library" HOST hpprod POLICY SCSI-II TYPE DLT POOL "OraDB_Pool" LIBRARY "DLT_Library" DRIVES "/dev/rmt/1m" "4" ============================================================================== ============================================================================== NAME "DLT4" DESCRIPTION "Drive 3 in the DLT Library" HOST hpdatab POLICY SCSI-II TYPE DLT POOL "OraDB_Pool" LIBRARY "DLT_Library" DRIVES "/dev/rmt/1m" "3" ============================================================================== ============================================================================== NAME "Local_hpSF" DESCRIPTION "Local drive on hpSF" HOST hpSF POLICY Standalone TYPE DDS POOL "hpSF" CONCURRENCY 4 CLEANME DRIVES "/dev/rmt/0m" ============================================================================== ============================================================================== NAME "Local_hptrident" DESCRIPTION "Local drive on hptrident" HOST hptrident POLICY Standalone TYPE DDS POOL "OmniDB_Pool" VERIFY EJECT CLEANME DRIVES "/dev/rmt/0m" ==============================================================================


Miscellaneous Configuration Files

[Back to Top]

/etc/auto_master contains:

/net -hosts -nosuid,soft


/etc/exports contains:

/SD_CDROM -access=hpprod -root=hpprod
/backup/ora01 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora02 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora03 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora04 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora06 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora07 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora08 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01
/backup/ora09 -access=hprep01 -root=hprep01


/etc/fstab contains:

# System /etc/fstab file.  Static information about the file systems
# See fstab(4) and sam(1M) for further details on configuring devices.
/dev/vg00/lvol3 / vxfs delaylog 0 1
/dev/vg00/lvol1 /stand hfs defaults 0 1
/dev/vg00/lvol4 /home vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol5 /opt vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol6 /tmp vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol7 /usr vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvol8 /var vxfs delaylog 0 2
/dev/vg00/lvswap01 ... swap pri=1 0 0
hpdevel:/prodtrans /prodtrans nfs rw,soft 0 0
hptest:/ora05 /ora05 nfs rw,soft 0 0


/etc/group contains:

root::0:root
other::1:root,hpdatab
bin::2:root,bin
sys::3:root,uucp
adm::4:root,adm
daemon::5:root,daemon
mail::6:root
lp::7:root,lp
tty::10:
nuucp::11:nuucp
users::20:root
nogroup:*:-2:
dba::101: bsp
bsp::125:
+::-2:-2:::


/etc/hosts contains:

## Configured using SAM by root on Thu Jan 31 00:19:39 2002
# @(#)hosts $Revision: 1.9.214.1 $ $Date: 96/10/08 13:20:01 $
#
# The form for each entry is:
# 	 
#
# For example:
# 192.1.2.34	hpfcrm	loghost
#
# See the hosts(4) manual page for more information.
# Note: The entries cannot be preceded by a space.
#	The format described in this file is the correct format.
#       The original Berkeley manual page contains an error in
#	the format description.
#

# Loopback

127.0.0.1	localhost	loopback

# Cluster

192.1.140.2	hpdatab		hpdatab.tridentsys.com	  	#Database
192.1.140.3	databpkg	databpkg.tridentsys.com	  	#NFS			
192.1.140.4	hpprod		hpprod.tridentsys.com	  	#Application
192.1.140.7	prodpkg		prodpkg.tridentsys.com 		#NFS

# Oracle Cluster

192.1.1.11	hpora1		hpora1.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.8	hpora2		hpora2.tridentsys.com	  	#Oracle Server
192.1.1.12	payrollpkg	payrollpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.13	prodrpkg	prodrpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.14 	develpkg	develpkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.15	salespkg	salespkg.tridentsys.com
192.1.1.16	hpwebppkg	hpwebppkg.tridentsys.com

# Gateways

192.1.1.1	site_gw		site_gw.tridentsys.com	  	#Default 	
192.1.4.97	mailgw		mailgw.tridentsys.com     	#E-Mail

# NT Servers

192.1.1.25	testapps	testapps.tridentsys.com   	#Test applications
192.1.140.120   hpweb		hpweb.tridentsys.com    	#Web applications
192.1.1.10    	emcserver	emcserver.tridentsys.com   	#EMC ECC Server

# HP Servers (not in the cluster)

192.1.2.56	hpdevel		hpdevel.tridentsys.com    	#Development
192.1.2.60	hptest		hptest.tridentsys.com    	#QA
192.1.1.61   	hptest01	hptest01.tridentsys.com     	#Quality Ass.
192.1.1.65 	hpwatch 	hpwatch.tridentsys.com 		#ITO
192.2.200.170	hptrident	hptrident.tridentsys.com        #SF 
192.1.1.67	hpsysadm 	hpsysadm.tridentsys.com        	#System Management
192.1.1.68	hpburn		hpburn.tridentsys.com     	#Omniback, Batch

# HP Workstations

192.1.140.9	hpconsole1	hpconsole1.tridentsys.com    	#hpdatab's console
192.1.140.10	hpconsole2	hpconsole2.tridentsys.com    	#hpprod's console	

# Printers (Network printers may or may not be defined to local lp spooler)

192.2.50.7       sfprt          sfprt.tridentsys.com     	#SF
192.1.1.28	 itprt		itprt.tridentsys.com     	#IT, 1st Floor  
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet5SiMX
192.1.2.65	 itprt2		itprt2.tridentsys.com	  	#IT, 1st Floor
#							    	 HP LaserJet 8000 N
192.1.155.104    payroll        payroll.tridentsys.com    	#Payroll Department
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet 5
192.2.1.152      sfdis          sfdis.tridentsys.com     	#SF Dispatch
192.2.1.156      sfdep          sfdep.tridentsys.com     	#SF Depot 
192.2.1.171      sfcsc          sfcsc.tridentsys.com     	#SF Customer
#                                                           	 Service Center
192.1.151.193	 purchprt        purchprt.tridentsys.com   	#Purchasing Dept.
#                                                           	 HP LaserJet 5Si
192.1.152.17	 collections2	collections2.tridentsys.com  	#Credit/Collections 2
# 	            					    	 HP LaserJet 8000
192.1.1.88	 datactr82prt	datactr82prt.tridentsys.com  	#Data Center Print 82
192.2.1.154	 camcx		camcx.tridentsys.com    	# CAMCX Printer 

# Miscellaneous

192.1.155.221   datactr2        datactr2.tridentsys.com    	#comproom prt 
192.151.52.14   ftp.itrc.hp.com                    	  	#HP Patch Site
192.151.52.22   us-support2.external.hp.com               	#HP Patch Site
193.41.0.5	rs.internic.net


/etc/inetd.conf contains:

## Configured using SAM by root on Fri Mar 24 13:54:02 2000
##
#
# @(#)inetd.conf $Revision: 1.24.214.3 $ $Date: 97/09/10 14:50:49 $
#
# Inetd  reads its configuration information from this file upon execution
# and at some later time if it is reconfigured.
#
# A line in the configuration file has the following fields separated by
# tabs and/or spaces:
#
#       service name            as in /etc/services
#       socket type             either "stream" or "dgram"
#       protocol                as in /etc/protocols
#       wait/nowait             only applies to datagram sockets, stream
#                               sockets should specify nowait
#       user                    name of user as whom the server should run
#       server program          absolute pathname for the server inetd will 
#                               execute
#       server program args.    arguments server program uses as they normally
#                               are starting with argv[0] which is the name of
#                               the server.
#
# See the inetd.conf(4) manual page for more information.
##

##
#
#	ARPA/Berkeley services
#
##
ftp          stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/ftpd	ftpd -l -u 022
telnet       stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/telnetd  telnetd 

# Before uncommenting the "tftp" entry below, please make sure
# that you have a "tftp" user in /etc/passwd. If you don't
# have one, please consult the tftpd(1M) manual entry for
# information about setting up this service.

tftp        dgram  udp wait   root /usr/lbin/tftpd    tftpd\
	/opt/ignite\
	/var/opt/ignite
bootps      dgram  udp wait   root /usr/lbin/bootpd   bootpd
#finger      stream tcp nowait bin  /usr/lbin/fingerd  fingerd
login        stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/rlogind  rlogind
shell        stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/remshd   remshd
exec         stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/rexecd   rexecd
#uucp        stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/uucpd    uucpd
ntalk  	     dgram  udp wait   root /usr/lbin/ntalkd   ntalkd
ident        stream tcp wait   bin  /usr/lbin/identd   identd 

##
#
#	Other HP-UX network services
#
##
printer     stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/rlpdaemon  rlpdaemon -i

##
#
#       inetd internal services
#
##
daytime      stream tcp nowait root internal
daytime      dgram  udp nowait root internal
time         stream tcp nowait root internal
#time         dgram  udp nowait root internal
echo         stream tcp nowait root internal
echo         dgram  udp nowait root internal
discard      stream tcp nowait root internal
discard      dgram  udp nowait root internal
chargen      stream tcp nowait root internal
chargen      dgram  udp nowait root internal

##
#
#       rpc services, registered by inetd with portmap
#       Do not uncomment these unless your system is running portmap!
#
##
# WARNING: The rpc.mountd should now be started from a startup script.
#	   Please enable the mountd startup script to start rpc.mountd.
##
#rpc  stream tcp  nowait  root  /usr/sbin/rpc.rexd     100017  1    rpc.rexd
#rpc  dgram  udp  wait    root  /usr/lib/netsvc/rstat/rpc.rstatd   100001  2-4  rpc.rstatd
#rpc  dgram  udp  wait    root  /usr/lib/netsvc/rusers/rpc.rusersd  100002  1-2  rpc.rusersd
#rpc  dgram  udp  wait    root  /usr/lib/netsvc/rwall/rpc.rwalld   100008  1    rpc.rwalld
#rpc  dgram  udp  wait    root  /usr/sbin/rpc.rquotad  100011  1    rpc.rquotad
#rpc  dgram  udp  wait    root  /usr/lib/netsvc/spray/rpc.sprayd   100012  1    rpc.sprayd

##
#
#	The standard remshd and rlogind do not include the Kerberized
#	code. You must install the InternetSvcSec/INETSVCS-SEC fileset and 
#       configure Kerberos as described in the SIS(5) man page.
#
##
kshell stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/remshd remshd -K
klogin stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/rlogind rlogind -K


##
#
#       NCPM programs.
#	Do not uncomment these unless you are using NCPM.
#
##

#ncpm-pm          dgram udp wait root /opt/ncpm/bin/ncpmd ncpmd
#ncpm-hip         dgram udp wait root /opt/ncpm/bin/hipd  hipd

dtspc stream tcp nowait root /usr/dt/bin/dtspcd /usr/dt/bin/dtspcd
rpc xti tcp swait root /usr/dt/bin/rpc.ttdbserver 100083 1 /usr/dt/bin/rpc.ttdbserver
rpc dgram udp wait root /usr/dt/bin/rpc.cmsd 100068 2-5 rpc.cmsd
recserv stream tcp nowait root /usr/lbin/recserv recserv  -display :0
registrar stream tcp nowait root /etc/opt/resmon/lbin/registrar /etc/opt/resmon/lbin/registrar
instl_boots dgram udp wait root /opt/ignite/lbin/instl_bootd instl_bootd
hacl-cfg    dgram   udp    wait    root  /usr/lbin/cmclconfd cmclconfd -p
hacl-cfg    stream  tcp    nowait  root  /usr/lbin/cmclconfd cmclconfd -c
ctmagent stream tcp nowait root /opt/bmc/ctmagt/ctm/exe_HP-UX-10/p_ctmag p_ctmag -e /opt/bmc/ctmagt/ctm
#
hpconfinfo stream tcp nowait root /scripts/sysweb/hpconfinfo_server.ksh hpconfinfo_server.ksh
omni stream tcp nowait root /opt/omni//lbin/inet inet -log /var/opt/omni//log/inet.log


/etc/inittab contains:

init:3:initdefault:
ioin::sysinit:/sbin/ioinitrc >/dev/console 2>&1
tape::sysinit:/sbin/mtinit > /dev/console 2>&1
muxi::sysinit:/sbin/dasetup   /dev/console 2>&1 # mux init
stty::sysinit:/sbin/stty 9600 clocal icanon echo opost onlcr ixon icrnl ignpar /dev/console 2>&1 # fsck, etc.
link::wait:/sbin/sh -c "/sbin/rm -f /dev/syscon; 			/sbin/ln /dev/systty /dev/syscon" >/dev/console 2>&1
cprt::bootwait:/sbin/cat /etc/copyright >/dev/syscon           # legal req
sqnc::wait:/sbin/rc /dev/console 2>&1           # system init
#powf::powerwait:/sbin/powerfail >/dev/console 2>&1            # powerfail
cons:123456:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty console console            # system console
#ttp1:234:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty -h tty0p1 9600
#ttp2:234:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty -h tty0p2 9600
#ttp3:234:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty -h tty0p3 9600
#ttp4:234:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty -h tty0p4 9600
#ttp5:234:respawn:/usr/sbin/getty -h tty0p5 9600
#ups::respawn:rtprio 0 /usr/lbin/ups_mond -f /etc/ups_conf
ems1::bootwait:/sbin/rm -f /etc/opt/resmon/persistence/runlevel4_flag
ems2::bootwait:/sbin/cat /etc/opt/resmon/persistence/reboot_flag
ems3:3456:wait:/usr/bin/touch /etc/opt/resmon/persistence/runlevel4_flag
ems4:3456:respawn:/etc/opt/resmon/lbin/p_client
a0:3:respawn:/usr/lbin/uucp/uugetty -r -t 60 -h ttyd2a1 19200


/etc/mail/sendmail.cf contains:

#
# Copyright (c) 1983, 1995 Eric P. Allman
# Copyright (c) 1988, 1993
#	The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
#
# Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
# modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
# are met:
# 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
#    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
# 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
#    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
#    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
# 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
#    must display the following acknowledgement:
#	This product includes software developed by the University of
#	California, Berkeley and its contributors.
# 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
#    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
#    without specific prior written permission.
#
# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
# ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
# IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
# ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
# FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
# DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
# OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
# HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
# LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
# OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
# SUCH DAMAGE.
#

######################################################################
######################################################################
#####
#####		SENDMAIL CONFIGURATION FILE
#####
##### built by beena@hpindbo on Mon Jan 12 20:41:00 PST 1998
##### in /m2/build/10.DAV.800/source/INETSVCS/beena/sendmail/cf/cf
##### using ../ as configuration include directory
#####
######################################################################
######################################################################

############################################################
############################################################
#####                                                  #####
#####                 CAVEAT EMPTOR                    #####
#####                                                  #####
#####  This configuration file is suitable for use on  #####
#####  most HP-UX systems running sendmail version 8.8 #####
#####  or later and can be installed,  mostly          #####
#####  unmodified, as sendmail's configuration file,   #####
#####  /etc/mail/sendmail.cf.                          #####
#####                                                  #####
#####  Modifications that reflect this host's mail     #####
#####  environment may be needed.  HP recommends that  #####
#####  these be limited to the "Localizable" and       #####
#####  "Routing Options" described below.              #####
#####                                                  #####
#####                                                  #####
#####  HP will provide support for this configuration  #####
#####  file if:                                        #####
#####                                                  #####
#####   * it is left unmodified; or                    #####
#####                                                  #####
#####   * the only changes made are those described    #####
#####     below under "Localizable" and "Routing       #####
#####     Options".                                    #####
#####                                                  #####
#####  If other changes are made to this file, you     #####
#####  are on your own.                                #####
#####                                                  #####
############################################################
############################################################

################################################################################
#  Localizable Classes and Macros:                                             #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#  Aliases for Local Host (class w):                                           #
#                                                                              #
#      This configuration will automatically recognize that mail to users      #
#      at the local host or any of its host name aliases or CNAMEs should      #
#      be delivered locally.  Other host names that you wish to recognize      #
#      as local can be added to class w as either a simple class               #
#      definition (Cw) or a file class (Fw).  Any names added to class w       #
#      must be canonical names.                                                #
#                                                                              #
#      For example, by default, only the server of an HP-UX nfs cluster        #
#      runs the sendmail daemon, and mail from the clients is sent out         #
#      with headers indicating that it originated on the server.               #
#                                                                              #
#      However, you might want the server also to accept mail addressed        #
#      to users at the clients.  You could have nameserver MX records          #
#      directing mail for the clients to the server, and make the server       #
#      recognize the clients' host names as local.                             #
#                                                                              #
#      By default class W is defined in 2 stages. Using Cw to add the name     #
#      "localhost" to class w and then adding the names listed in the file     #
#      "/etc/mail/sendmail.cw" to class w using Fw. To add other hostnames     #
#      to class w just add the names as new lines in the file sendmail.cw.     #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  My official domain name or Fully Qualified Domain Name - FQDN (Dj):         #
#                                                                              #
#      This is required only if sendmail cannot automatically determine your   #
#      domain.  If you are not using DNS, and the official host name (ie,      #
#      the first entry in /etc/hosts following your IP address) is not a       #
#      fully-qualified host name, then sendmail will have difficulty resolving #
#      your domain name.  You MUST modify the $j macro by replacing .Foo.COM   #
#      with your actual domain name.  If you do not, you will see a warning    #
#      message in your syslog, that might even get echo'd to your console      #
#      when sendmail starts up.                                                #
#                                                                              #
#      For example, if you see this warning:                                   #
#                                                                              #
#      WARNING: local host name (sys1) is not qualified; fix $j in config file #
#                                                                              #
#      then you need to uncomment the Dj macro and add your domain.            #
#                                                                              #
#      Change the line:                                                        #
#      #Dj$w.Foo.COM                                                           #
#       to                                                                     #
#      Dj$w.hp.com                                                             #
#                                                                              #
#      where hp.com would be the name of your domain. Then that warning        #
#      message will go away.                                                   #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Masquerade as (DM):                                                         #
#                                                                              #
#      If you wish to have mail appear to be from some host or location        #
#      other than the loacl host, set macro M to the name you wish to          #
#      masquerade as.  This is also know as site hiding and was set using      #
#      the DY macro in previous releases of hp-ux.  This might be used to      #
#      make mail appear as from a site rather than an individual host or       #
#      from a central mail hub. Note, however, that just making mail           #
#      appear to be from a different location does not mean that the           #
#      receipient will be able to reply to the email.  If you use this feature #
#      you will also need to be sure that you can reply to the email.          #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Non-local domains that should also be masqueraded (class M):                #
#                                                                              #
#      If the macro M is set using DM  then addresses listed with the local    #
#      hostname ($w) will be masqueraded or hidden.  If you have other         #
#      domains that you also wish to "hide" or masquerade put them in          #
#      class M as:                                                             #
#                                                                              #
#         CM other.hidden.location                                             #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  User names which will not use masquerading (class E):                       #
#                                                                              #
#      If we are doing masquerading (aka site hiding) we may still wish to     #
#      have mail from some users appear with our real hostname instead of      #
#      the masqueraded name/location.  In order to do this, add the names      #
#      to class E as:                                                          #
#                                                                              #
#         CE root                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Known direct UUCP connections (class U)                                     #
#                                                                              #
#      This class contains the names of all the hosts to which we are          #
#      directly connected via UUCP.                                            #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  UUCP relay for unresolved ! addresses via UUCP (DX):                        #
#                                                                              #
#      If your host has a UUCP path to another host with wider UUCP            #
#      connectivity than your host has, it may be appropriate to route         #
#      UUCP mail to hosts to which your host cannot connect through            #
#      this other host, which will attempt to relay messages to their          #
#      final destination.  Courtesy suggests that you get permission from      #
#      the administrator of that host before relaying mail through it.         #
#      To implement UUCP relaying via UUCP, first define the macro X, on       #
#      the line beginning DX, as either the relay host name or the path        #
#      to the relay host.                                                      #
#                                                                              #
#      After defining the UUCP relay, uncomment the three lines in             #
#      Ruleset 0 following the comment:                                        #
#                                                                              #
#       # pass unresolved UUCP addresses to the UUCP relay (via UUCP)          #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  UUCP relay for unresolved ! addresses via SMTP (DW):                        #
#                                                                              #
#      If you can mail via SMTP to the host you wish to use as a UUCP          #
#      relay, define the macro W, on the line beginning DW, as the name        #
#      of the UUCP relay host.                                                 #
#                                                                              #
#      Note that in this case, the macro W must be a single host name,         #
#      not a path.  Note also that the name of any host defined as a           #
#      relay to be reached via SMTP must be an official host name; in a        #
#      domain naming environment this must be a fully qualified domain         #
#      name.  The canonicalization operator $[ $] is not applied to relay      #
#      names.                                                                  #
#                                                                              #
#      For example, if domain names are not in use at your site, and           #
#      if the relay host's official name is pzzz, define W:                    #
#                                                                              #
#       DWpzzz                                                                 #
#                                                                              #
#      Then uncomment the line in Ruleset 0 following the comment:             #
#                                                                              #
#       # pass unresolved UUCP addresses to the UUCP relay (via SMTP)          #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
#  Localizable Options:                                                        #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#  Automatically rebuild the alias database (option AutoRebuildAliases):       #
#                                                                              #
#      This option causes sendmail to attempt to rebuild the alias database    #
#      when needed. Setting this option may cause excessive overhead and       #
#      is not recommended. To enable this option uncomment the line:           #
#                                                                              #
#        #O AutoRebuildAliases                                                 #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Delivery Mode (option DeliveryMode):                                        #
#                                                                              #
#      The default delivery mode is "background":  the user agent              #
#      invoking sendmail will return immediately, and sendmail will route      #
#      the mail in the background.  Other options are "interactive":           #
#      sendmail will not return control to the program invoking it until       #
#      the mail has been routed; and "queue":  sendmail will put the           #
#      message in the mail queue and a sendmail queue process will route       #
#      the message later.  Delivery mode is defined on the line beginning      #
#      with:                                                                   #
#                                                                              #
#        O DeliveryMode                                                        #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Error message header/file (option ErrorHeader):                             #
#                                                                              #
#       This option may be set to the name of a file that contains extra       #
#       information to be sent back with any errors messages generated by      #
#       the local sendmail.  This might, for instance, be a message with       #
#       information about current problems or who to contact for sendmail      #
#       problems. To use this option, create your error mesage and then        #
#       modify the line starting:                                              #
#                                                                              #
#        O ErrorHeader=/etc/mail/sendmail.oE                                   #
#                                                                              #
#       to point to the file which contains your error message.                #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Queue mail for expensive mailers (option HoldExpensive):                    #
#                                                                              #
#       This option may be used to force sendmail to queue message that will   #
#       be sent via a mailer that has been marked as expensive (using the      #
#       "F=e" mailer flag). To put this option into effect set the option:     #
#                                                                              #
#          O HoldExpensive=True                                                #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Logging Level (option LogLevel):                                            #
#                                                                              #
#      Logging level determines the classes of events which will be            #
#      logged by sendmail in /var/adm/syslog/mail.log.  By default the         #
#      log level is 9, which reports successful deliveries (and the            #
#      mailer and host used for delivery), queue daemon startup, alias         #
#      database rebuilds, and various errors.  More detailed information       #
#      is reported with higher log levels.  In particular, log level 11        #
#      reports the MX host (if any) and internet address to which mail         #
#      was delivered.  Refer to the documentation for details.                 #
#                                                                              #
#      Note that log level also affects the information reported by            #
#      sendmail -bv.  At log level 10 and higher, sendmail also reports        #
#      the mailer and host that would be used for addresses that are           #
#      "deliverable."                                                          #
#                                                                              #
#      This option is defined on the line beginning:                           #
#                                                                              #
#        O LogLevel=                                                           #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Maximum message size (option MaxMessageSize):                               #
#                                                                              #
#      This option restricts the maximum message (in bytes) that sendmail will #
#      accept from a remote system. If a message larger that this limit is     #
#      originated form the local system, the message will be truncated to the  #
#      limit.                                                                  #
#                                                                              #
#      To enable this feature uncomment the line:                              #
#                                                                              #
#              O MaxMessageSize=100000                                         #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Postmaster Copy (option PostMasterCopy):                                    #
#                                                                              #
#      If this option is set to a valid address, when an undeliverable         #
#      message is mailed back, a copy of the message header (but not the       #
#      message body) is delivered to the PostMasterCopy address.  It is        #
#      suggested that this address be "Postmaster" since RFC 822 requires      #
#      that there be a valid Postmaster address on all mail systems, and       #
#      since sendmail also attempts to deliver undeliverable error return      #
#      messages to Postmaster.                                                 #
#                                                                              #
#      Postmaster should be aliased locally to the (local or remote)           #
#      address of the person responsible for mail system administration.       #
#                                                                              #
#      To enable this feature, uncomment the line:                             #
#                                                                              #
#        #O PostMasterCopy=Postmaster                                          #
#                                                                              #
#      If desired, replace "Postmaster" with the appropriate address.          #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Timeouts (option Timeout.*):                                                #
#                                                                              #
#      Sendmail has a number of adjustable timeouts. Under normal conditions,  #
#      the default timoeuts will work without adjustment.  You may, however    #
#      wish to adjust the timeouts associated with temporarily undeliverable   #
#      mail. If it is determined that the delivery failure is permanent, then  #
#      sendmail will return the mail to the sender at at once.  If the failure #
#      is deemed to be a transient or temporary problem, sendmail will queue   #
#      the message and keep trying.                                            #
#                                                                              #
#      The option:                                                             #
#                                                                              #
#         O Timeout.queuewarn=4h                                               #
#                                                                              #
#      controls how long the local sendmail will hold a message before a       #
#      warning message is sent to the sender (in this example 4 hours).        #
#      Only one warning message will be sent. If the option is not set or      #
#      set to a value of zero, no warning will be sent                         #
#                                                                              #
#      The option:                                                             #
#                                                                              #
#         O Timeout.queuereturn=5d                                             #
#                                                                              #
#      controls how long a message will be held while attempting delivery      #
#      before the local sendmail gives up and returns the message to the       #
#      sender (in this example 5 days). The default value is 5 days.           #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Try hosts with no MX records (option TryNullMXList):                        #
#                                                                              #
#      Sendmail always tries to lookup MX records for the destination host     #
#      and deliver to the Mail Exchanger with the best precedence (lowest      #
#      number).  If there are no MX records listed for the host or we are      #
#      the best Mail Exchanger in the list (lowest number), then we have a     #
#      "null MX list".  In such a case, sendmail will report a configuration   #
#      error unless the option "TryNullMXList" is set.  If this option is set  #
#      then sendmail will try to deliver directly to the destination host.     #
#      To disable this feature and have sendmail just return the mail with an  #
#      error, comment out the line:                                            #
#                                                                              #
#         O TryNullMXList                                                      #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#  Queue-Only Load Average (option QueueLA):                                   #
#                                                                              #
#      In order to limit load on a very busy system, sendmail can be           #
#      configured to queue up low priority messages rather than attempt        #
#      delivery immediately if the five-minute load average is greater         #
#      than some integer value, by default 8.  This value is defined on        #
#      the line beginning O QueueLA=.                                          #
#                                                                              #
#  Refuse-Connections Load Average (option RefuseLA):                          #
#                                                                              #
#      In order to limit load on a very busy system, the sendmail daemon       #
#      can be configured not to accept SMTP connections if the five-           #
#      minute load average is greater than some integer value, by              #
#      default 12.  This value is defined on the line beginning                #
#      O RefuseLA=.                                                            #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
#  Routing Options:                                                            #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#      The supported routing options are described below.  Options for         #
#      routing local mail, SMTP mail, UUCP mail, OpenMail mail and X.400 mail  #
#      are described.                                                          #
#                                                                              #
#      To implement any of these options, edit a copy of this file             #
#      according to the instructions for that option.  With minor              #
#      exceptions, noted where appropriate, the options are independent        #
#      of each other; you can implement any of them or none of them.           #
#                                                                              #
#      Some of these options require that you have installed and               #
#      configured other software not part of the core networking products      #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#      Operator precedence:                                                    #
#                                                                              #
#      It is generally agreed that mixed addresses, being ambiguous, are       #
#      abhorrent.  This configuration file interprets address operators        #
#      in the order '@', '!', '%'.                                             #
#                                                                              #
#      Changes to this precedence are not supported!                           #
#                                                                              #
#      Mixed addresses are resolved as follows:                                #
#                                                                              #
#       Address            Mailer   Host    User                Destination    #
#       -------            ------   ----    ----                -----------    #
#       user%hostA@hostB   tcp      hostB   user%hostA@hostB    user@hostA     #
#       hostA!user@hostB   tcp      hostB   hostA!user@hostB    hostA!user     #
#       hostA!user%hostB   uucp     hostA   user@hostB          user@hostB     #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
#  Routing of local mail                                                       #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
# By default, all mail with just a user name or a user name at a host          #
# that we consider to be local (also see Class W above) is delivered locally   #
# using the local mailer. In some cases this may not be desired.  If sendmail  #
# is running on a discless client, for instance, then we would prefer to       #
# pass the mail over to the discless server for local delivery.  Or we may     #
# just wish to have all mail send to a central mail hub.                       #
#                                                                              #
# Send all local mail to the "mail hub" (DH macro):                            #
#                                                                              #
# By setting the macro H (line starting with DH) to the name of the mail       #
# hub, all mail that is destined for a local user will, instead, be forwarded  #
# to the same user on the mail hub.                                            #
#                                                                              #
# Names that should be delivered locally, even if DH and DR are set (Class L): #
#                                                                              #
#      If you are sending local mail to a hub there may still be some users    #
#      whose mail should be delivered locally such as root.  Class L lists     #
#      such users. To add a user to this class, define them as part of class   #
#      L as in:                                                                #
#                                                                              #
#        CL root bob mary                                                      #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
#  Routing of non-local mail:                                                  #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
#      By default, sendmail will attempt to send all email with an address of  #
#      the form user@host via the SMTP protocol over TCP/IP.  If the           #
#      nameserver is in use, an MX record may direct sendmail to route         #
#      mail for that host to some other host acting as a "mail exchanger"      #
#      for the host in the recipient address.  If there is no MX record        #
#      for the target host name then gethostbyname(3n) must be able to return  #
#      a valid internet address for the host AND the option TryNullMXList must #
#      be enabled or else the delivery will fail.                              #
#                                                                              #
#                                                                              #
# Relay all non-local mail to the "Smart" relay host (DS) via smtp:            #
#                                                                              #
#      This macro is optional. If you wish to send all non-local mail	       #
#      to a smart relay via SMTP just set macro S (DS) to the name of the      #
#      smart relay.  If this macro is not set, then all mail addresses to      #
#      a non-local user will be send to the relay.                             #
#									       #
#      									       #
# Relay all non-local mail to the "Smart" relay host (DS) via UUCP:            #
#									       #
#      In some cases, the smart realy defined above may actually be connected  #
#      to your host via a uucp link. If this is the case, and you wish to      #
#      route all non-local mail to the smart relay via uucp you will need to   #
#      make two chnages to this file. First, set macro S (DS) to the name      #
#      of the smart relay, in this case the name should appear in the the list #
#      of names returned by the uuname(1) command.  Second, you will need to   #
#      uncomment the line in ruleset 0 following the comment:                  #
#       							               #
#	# Pass mail to smarthost via uucp				       #
#									       #
# Direct SMTP connection with local domain: 				       #
#									       #
#      To deliver mail destined for hosts within the local domain directly,    #
#      while sending all other mail to the "Smart Relay" listed above, you     #
#      will need to uncomment the line in ruleset 0 following the comment:     ##      									       #
#      # See if we are supposed to deliver to hosts in the local domain        ##   									       ##      Also ensure the $m macro gets defined.  It gets defined internally      #
#      from $j macro. You can check if it is set by doing the following:       ##       								       ##      sendmail -bt							       ##      > $m								       #
#									       #
#      If $m is undefined, you can define it as follows:                       #
#      eg: if FOO.com is your local domain, define it as                       #
#          DmFOO.com                                                           #
#									       #
################################################################################
################################################################################
#  Routing of UUCP mail:                                                       #
################################################################################
################################################################################
#  Routing of X.400 mail:                                                      #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#      By default, mail to X.400 style addresses will be rejected as an        #
#      error.  The following options permit routing X.400 mail to the          #
#      X.400/9000 product running on this host or a remote host.               #
#                                                                              #
#  7.  X.400 mail via X.400/9000 delivery agent on this host:                  #
#                                                                              #
#      If you have installed the X.400/9000 X.400 delivery agent               #
#      (/usr/lib/x400/x4mailer) on this host, you must enable sendmail to      #
#      route X.400 mail to this mailer.                                        #
#      See the X.400/9000 documentation for a complete explanation of          #
#      X.400 style addresses.                                                  #
#                                                                              #
#      The X.400 receiving agent, also implemented by /usr/lib/x400/x4mailer,  #
#      will be able to hand incoming messages to sendmail for further          #
#      routing without any changes to the sendmail configuration.              #
#                                                                              #
#  8.  X.400 Relay (X.400/9000 delivery agent on a remote host):               #
#                                                                              #
#      See the X.400/9000 documentation for a complete explanation of          #
#      X.400 style addresses.                                                  #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
################################################################################
#  Routing of Openmail mail:                                                   #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#      By default, mail to OpenMail style addresses will be rejected as an     #
#      error.  The following options permit routing OpenMail and X.400 mail    #
#      to the OpenMail product running on this host or a remote host.          #
#                                                                              #
#  9.  OpenMail to OpenMail delivery agent:                                    #
#                                                                              #
#      If you have installed the OpenMail internal delivery agent              #
#      /usr/openmail/bin/xport.in on this host, you must enable sendmail       #
#      to route mail from other OpenMail systems to local OpenMail users       #
#      via this mailer.                                                        #
#                                                                              #
#  10. OpenMail to X.400 delivery agent:                                       #
#                                                                              #
#      If you have installed the OpenMail X.400 interface option               #
#      (/usr/openmail/bin/x400.out) on this host, you must enable              #
#      sendmail to route mail from OpenMail users to the X.400 network         #
#      via this mailer.                                                        #
#                                                                              #
#  11. OpenMail delivery agent on this host:                                   #
#                                                                              #
#      If you have installed the OpenMail delivery agent,                      #
#      /usr/openmail/bin/unix.in, on this host, you must enable sendmail       #
#      to route mail to OpenMail users via this mailer.                        #
#                                                                              #
#      The OpenMail receiving agent will be able to hand incoming messages     #
#      to sendmail for further routing without any changes to the              #
#      sendmail configuration.                                                 #
#                                                                              #
#  12. OpenMail Relay (OpenMail delivery agent on a remote host):              #
#                                                                              #
#      If the OpenMail delivery agent runs on a different host, for            #
#      example, "tortue.ordinary.com", sendmail on tortue must be              #
#      configured to route OpenMail mail to the OpenMail delivery agent.       #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
################################################################################
#  Anti-spamming:                                                              #
################################################################################
#                                                                              #
#      The class macros used for supporting anti-spamming are:                 #
#                                                                              #
#      # file containing full e-mail addresses of well-known spammers          #
#      F{Spammer} /etc/mail/Spammer                                            #
#                                                                              #
#      # file containing domains of well-known spammers                        #
#      F{SpamDomains} /etc/mail/SpamDomains                                    #
#									       #
#      # file containing IP numbers of machines which can use our relay        #
#      F{LocalIP} /etc/mail/LocalIP                                            #
#									       #
#      # file containing names of machines which can use our relay             #
#      F{LocalNames} /etc/mail/LocalNames                                      #
#								               #
#      # file containing names we relay to                                     #
#      F{RelayTo} /etc/mail/RelayTo                                            #
#                                                                              #
#      # file containing IP address of hosts denied access to this mail server #
#      F{DeniedIP} /etc/mail/DeniedIP                                          #
#                                                                              #
#      # file containing names of hosts denied access to this mail server.     #
#      F{DeniedNames} /etc/mail/DeniedNames                                    #
#                                                                              #
#      Currently all the above class macros are commented within the lines     #
#      # BEGIN anti-spamming and # END anti-spamming.                          #
#                                                                              #
#      To enable anti-spamming, create the files Spammer, SpamDomains,         #
#      LocalIP, LocalNames, RelayTo, DeniedIP, DeniedNames in /etc/mail        #
#      with the required entries and uncomment the lines between               #
#      # BEGIN anti-spamming and # END anti-spamming.                          #
#                                                                              #
#      The rules for supporting anti-spamming are check_mail, check_rcpt       #
#      and check_relay.                                                        #
#                                                                              #
################################################################################
################################################################################
#################################################################################
#
#
############################################################
#  Original file built with the following M4 files         #
############################################################

#####  @(#)cfhead.m4	8.9 (Berkeley) 1/18/97  #####
#####  @(#)cf.m4	8.24 (Berkeley) 8/16/95  #####
#####  @(#)generic-hpux10.mc	8.3 (Berkeley) 3/23/96  #####

#####  @(#)hpux10.m4	8.8 (Berkeley) 9/25/96  #####


#####  @(#)generic.m4	8.3 (Berkeley) 3/24/96  #####

#####  @(#)redirect.m4	8.5 (Berkeley) 8/17/96  #####

#####  @(#)use_cw_file.m4	8.1 (Berkeley) 6/7/93  #####


#####  @(#)spammers.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)spamdoms.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)check_mail.m4	1.1 (Claus Assmann) 1997-03-09  #####





#####  @(#)use_ip.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)use_names.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)use_relayto.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)check_rcpt4.m4	2.3 (Claus Assmann) 1997-03-16  #####



#####  @(#)deniedIP.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)deniedNames.m4	1.0 (Claus Assmann) 1996-11-23  #####


#####  @(#)check_relay.m4	1.1 (Claus Assmann) 1997-03-09  #####






#####  @(#)proto.m4	8.149 (Berkeley) 4/30/97  #####


# level 7 config file format
V7/Berkeley

##################
#   local info   #
##################

Cwlocalhost
# file containing names of hosts for which we receive email
Fw/etc/mail/sendmail.cw

# class U: known direct UUCP connections
FU-o /etc/mail/uucp-hosts

# UUCP relay for unresolved ! addresses (via UUCP)
DX

# UUCP relay for unresolved ! addresses (via SMTP)
DW

# my official domain name
# ... define this only if sendmail cannot automatically determine your domain
#Dj$w.Foo.COM
Dj$w.tridentsys.com


# Class P contains only a dot
CP.

# "Smart" relay host (may be null)
DSsmtpgw

# LUSER_RELAY
# The site to which mails to unknown users should be forwarded.
# To use this feature please uncomment the rules in the third
# section of ruleset 5.
#Kuser user -m -a<>
#DLname_of_luser_relay

# operators that cannot be in local usernames (i.e., network indicators)
CO @ % !

# a class with just dot (for identifying canonical names)
C..

# a class with just a left bracket (for identifying domain literals)
C[[

# Mailer table (overriding domains)
#Kmailertable dbm /etc/mail/mailertable

# Domain table (adding domains)
#Kdomaintable dbm /etc/mail/domaintable

# Generics table (mapping outgoing addresses)
#Kgenerics dbm /etc/mail/genericstable

# Virtual user table (maps incoming users)
#Kvirtuser dbm /etc/mail/virtusertable

# who I send unqualified names to (null means deliver locally)
DRsmtpgw

# who gets all local email traffic ($R has precedence for unqualified names)
DH

# dequoting map
Kdequote dequote

# class E: names that should be exposed as from this host, even if we masquerade
# class L: names that should be delivered locally, even if we have a relay
# class M: domains that should be converted to $M
#CL root
CE root

# who I masquerade as (null for no masquerading) (see also $=M)
DM

# my name for error messages
DnMAILER-DAEMON


CPREDIRECT

## BEGIN anti-spamming
## file containing full e-mail addresses of well-known spammers
#F{Spammer} /etc/mail/Spammer

## file containing domains of well-known spammers
#F{SpamDomains} /etc/mail/SpamDomains

## file containing IP numbers of machines which can use our relay
#F{LocalIP} /etc/mail/LocalIP

## file containing names of machines which can use our relay
#F{LocalNames} /etc/mail/LocalNames

## file containing names we relay to
#F{RelayTo} /etc/mail/RelayTo

## file containing IP address of hosts denied access to this mail server
#F{DeniedIP} /etc/mail/DeniedIP

## file containing names of hosts denied access to this mail server.
#F{DeniedNames} /etc/mail/DeniedNames
## END anti-spamming

# Configuration version number
DZ8.8.6


# X.400 relay if X.400 delivery agent is not local
DP

# OpenMail relay if OpenMail delivery agent is not local
DQ



###############
#   Options   #
###############

# strip message body to 7 bits on input?
O SevenBitInput=False

# 8-bit data handling action
# Action        Meaning
# ------        -------
# strict        Reject undeclared eight bit data
# mime          Convert undeclared eight bit data to MIME
# pass8         Pass undeclared eight bit data as-is
O EightBitMode=pass8


# wait for alias file rebuild (default units: minutes)
O AliasWait=10

# location of alias file
O AliasFile=/etc/mail/aliases

# minimum number of free blocks on filesystem
O MinFreeBlocks=100

# maximum message size
#O MaxMessageSize=1000000

# substitution for space (blank) characters. Unquoted spaces in addresses
# are replaced by this character.
O BlankSub=.

# avoid connecting to "expensive" mailers on initial submission?
O HoldExpensive=False

# checkpoint queue runs after every N successful deliveries
# If your system crashed during delivery to a large list, this prevents
# retransmission to any but the last recipients.
#O CheckpointInterval=10

# default delivery mode
O DeliveryMode=background

# automatically rebuild the alias database?
#O AutoRebuildAliases

# error message header/file
#O ErrorHeader=/etc/mail/sendmail.oE

# error mode
# Mode          Meaning
# ----          -------
# p             Print error messages
# q             No messages, just give exit status
# m             Mail back errors
# w             Write back errors (mail if the user is not logged in)
# e             Mail back errors and give zero exit status always
#O ErrorMode=print

# save Unix-style "From_" lines at top of header?
#O SaveFromLine

# temporary file mode for queue files.
O TempFileMode=0600

# match recipients against GECOS field?
#O MatchGECOS

# maximum hop count
#O MaxHopCount=17

# location of help file
O HelpFile=/usr/share/lib/sendmail.hf

# ignore dots as terminators in incoming messages?
#O IgnoreDots

# name resolver options
# The options can be set using +


Physical Memory Configuration Information

[Back to Top]

Basic Memory Description

Module Type: MEMORY
Total Physical Memory     : N/A
Total Configured Memory   : 12288 MB
Page Size: 4096 Bytes

Memory interleaving is supported on this machine and is ON.

Memory Board Inventory

Note: The first letter in all DIMM slots start with a "Q" (i.e. Q0B0).

MC
Slot  Configured and Slot label for each DIMM (MB)
----  ------------------------------------------------------------------
0B0 2B0 1B4 3B4  0B1 2B1 1B5 3B5  0B2 2B2 1B6 3B6  0B3 2B3 1B7 3B7
---------------  ---------------  ---------------  ---------------

MB0L  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB1L  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB2R  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB3R  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB4L  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB5L  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB6R  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
MB7R  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128  128 128   0 128
------------------------------------------------------------------------
System Total (MB):      12288

Memory Error Log Summary

Error
Board         Error Address       Error Type  Page       Count
------------  ------------------  ----------  ---------  -----
MB2R/Q1B4  0x410020001c460540  Single-Bit        N/A  18569
MB1L/Q0B2  0x0000000098893c00  Single-Bit        N/A      0
MB7R/Q1B5  0x500003001e803640  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB2R/Q0B0  0x00001e003c658140  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB5L/Q1B5  0x510025028e0e5a20  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB4L/Q1B5  0x5000000051c72920  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB0L/Q2B2  0x22003a012c3da300  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB4L/Q0B3  0x31000b00b60bae00  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB1L/Q1B6  0x600000005d365fe0  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB2R/Q1B4  0x41003a0281166c00  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB1L/Q0B2  0x2000130018893c00  Single-Bit        N/A      4
MB1L/Q0B2  0x0000000198893c00  Single-Bit        N/A      0
MB2R/Q1B4  0x000000011c460540  Single-Bit        N/A      0
MB2R/Q2B1  0x13003d009ef7d2a0  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB2R/Q0B2  0x210030011b2f0480  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB3R/Q2B1  0x130020009072e560  Single-Bit        N/A      1
MB0L/Q2B0  0x03001e00b7264340  Single-Bit        N/A      1

System start: Fri Mar 24 15:24:17 2000.
Last error check: Fri Nov 16 16:26:56 2001.
Logging interval: 3600 seconds.
17 address(es) with errors logged by memory logging daemon.

The Logtool Utility provides full details about the memory error log.

Page Deallocation Table (PDT)

Board         Error Address       Error Type  Page
------------  ------------------  ----------  ---------
MB1L/Q0B2  0x0000000198893c00  Single-Bit   N/A
MB2R/Q1B4  0x000000011c460540  Single-Bit   N/A
MB1L/Q2B2  0x0000000098893c00  Single-Bit   N/A

PDT Entries Used: 3
PDT Entries Free: 97
PDT Total Size: 100
-- Information Tool Log for MEMORY on path 8 --