The issue is resolved. As you said , all of a sudden
all events starting showing up on display. I have no
idea what happened. if you have noticed my last email
about how i got events. All i did was logged in as a
user rather than root using x-terminal through
reflections, su 'ed to root and then opened netveiw
console.. since then all is fine.. but i'm still not
sure if this was a problem. Also i'm not running DNS
on netview server.
Thanks James.. for helping hand..
--- Jane Curry <jane.curry AT skills-1st.co DOT uk> wrote:
> Hi Larry,
> The other thing I have seen cause huge delays in
> populating the event
> list is if your DNS goes bad. Symptoms are
> typically as you describe -
> nothing appears for ages and then, suddenly, it all
> appears. Are you
> running a DNS server on your NetView system? If
> not, any chance that
> your DNS server pointed at by /etc/resolv.conf, has
> has a problem??
> Larry Fagan wrote:
> >Hi guys,
> >I have a fresh install of Netview 7.1.3 on AIX. The
> >issue here, there are absolutely no events making
> >to the events display window. Events are coming
> >trapd.log and also importantly all events are going
> >TEC console as well. It's just that no events in
> >netview display window. I stopped all the services
> >turned back on. All services are running fine. I
> >sent an test event -l testnode and this event
> >make it tooo.. when i say nvevents from command
> >all i get is blank screen.. I'm also not getting
> >events title bar in control desk with options of
> >file,edit etc.... Also i checked if any of these
> >events are set to log only.. but everything is
> >normal... I have not configured any ASE.automation
> >any rules..
> >Am i supposed to configure something to get events
> >in display window?
> >Many thanks,
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