I think this might risk masking a problem. Things that are in the User
whether shadowed or not, are things that are not managed by ipmap.
I suspect that ipmap is failing, or running very slowly. Often, when the
box is overloaded, if you create a new location icon, for example,
the icon will be shadowed for a while until synchronization completes,
and then the shadow goes away on its own. You can check the
shadowed object with Edit and see if ipmap is in the list of things you
can modify for that object. If not, it is not under the control of ipmap.
I would check to see that there is an ipmap process running for that
ovw, and I would look at the nettl log (netfmt -F -f nettl.LOGxx) for
errors like ipmap bailout.
And I would get the e-fix for apar IY10063 which replaces the ovw_binary
and a library. Call Support for that. I've been using it with great
but had a number of problems without it.
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
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When in your destination submap, do the following:
View -> User Plane -> For this Submap -> Shadow Off
Should do the trick......
Wouter de Bruin
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>>From: owner-nv-l AT tkg DOT com
>>Date: 03/08/2000 12:17:27 ZE2
>>Subject: AW: [NV-L] NetView problem
>>Von: Jordi Pons [mailto:jordi.pons AT eltec DOT es]
>>Gesendet: Donnerstag, 3. August 2000 10:48
>>An: Netview Mailing List
>>Betreff: [NV-L] NetView problem
>>a few days ago that i have this problem with NView (6.0 AIX 4.3),
>>When an object is discovered in the IP Internet submap (i've
>>no location.conf configured by now) and it appears like the original
>>object (no shadow). When i cut it and paste it to another submap it
>>appears then as a copy of the object (with shadow).