>From what I understand, there is a problem with three programs
(running in a multi-processor environment). I believe trapd is one
When we were doing our own testing on a multi-processor...
NetView wasn't very stable. When we disabled one processor...
it was fine.
We were testing the server though, so I don't know how this
impacts the client (of your client is also a 2-way).
Contact me if you need additional info.
Gary Boyles gary.p.boyles AT intel DOT com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Leslie Clark [SMTP:lclark AT US.IBM DOT COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 1998 6:28 PM
> To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
> Subject: Netviiew for NT 5.1 C/S on a multiprocessor
> Has anyone done this? Can you tell me what the problems are? The release
> (on page 45, last item in the restrictions) 'Multi-processor systems as
> participants in a
> Netview for NT client/server environment are not supported.' No details.
> I'm halfway through the engagement, ready to finally tackle the client
> and I read this.
> Their server is a Compaq proliant 6000, dual-processor. What can I expect
> fail if I
> install clients that want to attach to this server? Thanks for any
> just KNOW I
> won't be able to sleep tonight!
> Leslie Clark
> IBM Global Services - Network & Systems Management - Detroit