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Re: HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1

1999-11-17 12:00:05
Subject: Re: HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1
From: "Clay David (rti1dwc)" <rti1dwc AT ISMD.UPS DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 12:00:05 -0500
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll give it a try.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Kelly [mailto:michael.kelly AT SYSNET-SOLUTIONS DOT COM]
Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 1999 9:51 AM
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
Subject: Re: HELP! Paging Problems With Netview v5.1


The "select()" errors below (in both logs) could either a problem with the
device you're using for the modem or trying to use the TCP port 655. Check
your /etc/services file to see if there is another application registered to
use 655 (not that this is all conclusive). Also issue a netstat -an command
and look for something else "LISTENing" on the port.

HTH

Mike Kelly
SysNet Solutions, Inc.


----- Original Message -----
From: Clay David (rti1dwc) <rti1dwc AT ISMD.UPS DOT COM>
To: <NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu>
Sent: 17 November, 1999 07:58
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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