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Re: HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1

1999-11-17 11:15:55
Subject: Re: HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1
From: Faruk Grozdanic <farukg AT US.IBM DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 09:15:55 -0700
I would configure the nv.carriers file and try paging that way ( nvpage
[email protected]<Carriername> " message..." )...

Faruk G.


"Clay David (rti1dwc)" <rti1dwc AT ISMD.UPS DOT COM> on 17/11/99 06:58:16

Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
      NetView <NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU>

To:   NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
cc:
Subject:  HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1




Has anyone seen a problem with getting the paging software to work? I am
trying to test the paging capabilities of Netview v5.1 running Solaris 2.6
on an ultra 10 machine but I can't get the nvpage program to work. I have
successfully used the 'cu -d -lttya -s1200 -e <number>' command to connect
to another unix box but when I execute the 'nvpage <number> <message>'
command my modem never goes off hook or dials the pager number. I do get
the
message that the job was queued, though. Below is the output of the log
files.  Does anyone have an idea what these messages mean? Any help would
be
greatly appreciated.


****** nvpagerd.alog  ******
(C) Copyright IBM Corporation 1990, 1993, All Rights Reserved.
11/17/99 08:29:53 - START /usr/OV/bin/nvpagerd as PID 655
IpcKey: 0x6e005e56
Warm start information is being checked, but will not be used...
Warm start file "/usr/OV/conf/nvpager.warm" has data that is not being
used.
Service nvpagerd using TCP socket 1671.
Error: Too many consecutive child errors.
Problem with child. 411/17/99 08:39:53 - Error: select() failed. : Bad file
number
11/17/99 08:39:58 - STOP /usr/OV/bin/nvpagerd as PID 655


****** nvpagerd.errlog  ******

11/17/99 08:28:39 - Error(nvpagerd): select() failed. : Bad file number
Error(/usr/OV/bin/nvpagerd): Too many consecutive child errors.
11/17/99 08:39:53 - Error(/usr/OV/bin/nvpagerd): select() failed. : Bad
file
number

Thanks,
Dave Clay        UPS


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