Hi there,

here is an other "Cache Issue". As by Hamish Speirs
requested, I'll post the requested Segstarts.txt and Config.txt at the end
of this Message.

System: NW6.5Sp2, N65NSS2b

Problem:
After 21-23 Days Uptime 3 of 4 Servers run into "cache memory allocator out
of available memory"
A daily look at the "Total Cache Buffers" in Monitor.nlm shows that the
Buffers go down and up, but the trend is slightly down. If day 21 is reached
the decrease of the Buffers is going faster till there are less then 1000
Buffers available.
I can't find a Reason for this. There are no Crons ( running every 21 day )
or something like this.
Only a reboot can fix the Problem for the next 21 days :(
I need help !

Following the Segstats.txt and Config.txt.

TX for your help,
Regards
Volker
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*** Memory Pool Configuration for : DAKOM
Time and date : 10:43:43 AM 03/31/2006
Server version : NetWare 6.5 Support Pack 2
Server uptime : 2d 17h 54m 35s
SEG.NLM version : v1.72

0xFFFFFFFF --------------------------------------------------------------
| Kernel Reserved Space |
| |
| Size : 167,772,159 bytes (160.0 MB) |
| |
0xF6000000 --------------------------------------------------------------
| User Address Space (L!=P) |
| |
| User Pool Size : 1,040,187,392 bytes (992.0 MB) |
| High Water Mark : 270,032,896 bytes (257.5 MB) |
| |
0xB8000000 --------------------------------------------------------------
| Virtual Memory Cache Pool (L!=P) |
| |
| VM Pool Size : 2,013,265,920 bytes (1.88 GB) |
| Available : 705,585,152 bytes (672.9 MB) |
| Total VM Pages : 703,344,640 bytes (670.8 MB) |
| Free Clean VM : 672,915,456 bytes (641.7 MB) |
| Free Cache VM : 30,429,184 bytes (29.0 MB) |
| Total LP Pages : 0 bytes (0 KB) |
| Free Clean LP : 0 bytes (0 KB) |
| Free Cache LP : 0 bytes (0 KB) |
| Free Dirty : 0 bytes (0 KB) |
| VM Pages In Use : 2,240,512 bytes (2.1 MB) |
| NLM Memory In Use : 382,627,840 bytes (364.9 MB) |
| NLM/VM Memory : 377,442,304 bytes (360.0 MB) |
| Largest Segment : 1,484,869,632 bytes (1.38 GB) |
| High Water Mark : 391,258,112 bytes (373.1 MB) |
| |
0x40000000 --------------------------------------------------------------
| File System Cache Pool (L==P or L!=P) |
| |
| FS Pool Size : 1,067,626,496 bytes (1018.2 MB) |
| Available : 462,639,104 bytes (441.2 MB) |
| Largest Segment : 361,840,640 bytes (345.1 MB) |
| |
| NSS Memory (50%) : 463,544,320 bytes (442.1 MB) |
| NSS (avail cache) : 452,415,488 bytes (431.5 MB) |
| |
0x005D5000 --------------------------------------------------------------
| DOS / SERVER.NLM |
| |
| Size : 6,115,328 bytes (5.8 MB) |
| |
0x00000000 --------------------------------------------------------------

Top 6 Memory Consuming NLMs
NLM Name Version Date Total NLM Memory
================================================== ==============================
1. NSS.NLM 3.22 18 Nov 2004 152,726,736 bytes (145.7
MB)
2. SERVER.NLM 5.70.02 11 Jun 2004 80,120,042 bytes (76.4 MB)
3. DS.NLM 10551.13 26 May 2004 50,120,368 bytes (47.8 MB)
4. CIOSSHIM.NLM 1.11 26 Mar 2004 5,946,579 bytes (5.7 MB)
5. CONNMGR.NLM 5.60 16 Jun 2004 4,722,925 bytes (4.5 MB)
6. NWMKDE.NLM 7.94 11 Dec 2001 3,073,241 bytes (2.9 MB)



Logical Memory Summary Information
================================================== ==============================

File System Cache Information
FS Cache Free : 910,187,842 bytes (868.0 MB)
FS Cache Fragmented : 4,870,846 bytes (4.6 MB)
FS Cache Largest Segment : 361,840,640 bytes (345.1 MB)

Logical System Cache Information
LS Cache Free : 1,484,869,632 bytes (1.38 GB)
LS Cache Fragmented : 7,946,240 bytes (7.6 MB)
LS Cache Uninitialized : 0 bytes (0 KB)
LS Cache Largest Segment : 1,484,869,632 bytes (1.38 GB)
LS Cache Largest Position : 577EC000

Summary Statistics
Total Free : 2,395,057,474 bytes (2.23 GB)
Total Fragmented : 12,817,086 bytes (12.2 MB)
Highest Physical Address : 7FF7F000
User Space : 1,207,959,552 bytes (1.13 GB)
User Space (High Water Mark) : 270,032,896 bytes (257.5 MB)
NLM Memory (High Water Mark) : 391,258,112 bytes (373.1 MB)
Kernel Address Space In Use : 679,133,184 bytes (647.7 MB)
Available Kernel Address Space : 2,407,874,560 bytes (2.24 GB)


Memory Summary Screen (.ms)
================================================== ==============================

KNOWN MEMORY Bytes Pages Bytes Pages
Server: 2146404544 524024 Video: 8192 2
Dos: 75584 18 Other: 131072 32

FS CACHE KERNEL NLM MEMORY
Original: 2142412800 523050 Code: 37609472 9182
Current: 462639104 112949 Data: 21426176 5231
Dirty: 0 0 Sh Code: 49152 12
Largest seg: 361840640 88340 Sh Data: 20480 5
Non-Movable: 147456 36 Help: 139264 34
Other: 131141632 32017 Message: 1171456 286
Avail NSS: 452419584 110454 Alloc L!=P: 315604992 77052
Movable: 8192 2 Alloc L==P: 1421312 347
Total: 377442304 92149
VM SYSTEM
Free clean VM: 672915456 164286
Free clean LP: 0 0
Free cache VM: 30429184 7429
Free cache LP: 0 0
Free dirty: 0 0
In use: 2240512 547
Total: 705585152 172262












Memory Configuration (set parameters)
================================================== ==============================

File Cache Maximum Size = 1073741824
File Service Memory Optimization = 1
Logical Space Compression = 1
Garbage Collection Interval = 299.9 seconds
VM Garbage Collector Period = 300.0 seconds
server -u<number> = 1040187392



NSS Configuration File:
C:\NWSERVER\NSSSTART.CFG
------------------------------
File does not exist,
or is zero byte in size.



DS Configuration File:
SYS:\_NETWARE\_NDSDB.INI
------------------------------
File does not exist,
or is zero byte in size.

Server High/Low Water Mark Values
================================================== ==============================

NLM Memory High Water Mark = 391,258,112 bytes
File System High Water Mark = 283,028 bytes

User Space Information:
User Space High Water Mark = 65,926 pages
Committed Pages High Water Mark = 96 pages
Mapped VM Pages High Water Mark = 4,198 pages
Reserved Pages High Water Mark = 70,845 pages
Swapped Pages High Water Mark = 4,252 pages

Available Low Water Mark = 1,580,830,720
ESM Memory High Water Mark = 0 pages


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Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: DAKOM
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Fri, Mar 31, 2006 11:01 am
Novell File Server Configuration Report. [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.7]

Novell NetWare 5.70.02 June 11, 2004
(C) Copyright 1983-2003 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: DAKOM
OS Version................: v5.70
OS revision number........: 2
Product Version...........: v6.50
Product Revision Number...: 2
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 2:18:12:59
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: 000000DAh
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 2047.04 MB or 2146480128 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 123542
Original cache buffers....: 523050
Current Cache Buffers.....: 223410
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 2:18:12:59
Current FSP's.............: 12
Current MP FSP's..........: 57
Current Receive Buffers...: 10000
Directory cache buffers...: 0
Workstations Connected....: 453
Max Workstations Connected: 507
Server language...........: GERMAN (7)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 1
Server DOS Country ID.....: 49
Server DOS Code Page......: 850

************************************************** *******************
Top of Modules List 291 Modules Loaded.
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ACPIASL.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Architecture Services Layer
for ACPI compliant systems
ACPICA.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Component Architecture for
ACPI compliant systems
ACPICMGR.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Component Manager for ACPI
compliant systems
ACPIDRV.PSM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Platform Support Module for
ACPI compliant systems
ACPIPWR.NLM v1.04 Jun. 1, 2004 ACPI Power Management Driver for
ACPI compliant systems
ADPT160M.HAM v18.31.13 Nov. 19, 2003 Adaptec Ultra160 Host Adapter
Module
AFPTCP.NLM v2.01.13 May. 14, 2004 AFPTCP (Build 288 SP)
AFREECON.NLM v5.00 Jul. 22, 2005 AdRem Free Remote Console (NCPE)
AIO.NLM v7.00.08 Nov. 18, 2003 NetWare Asynchronous I/O Library
AIOCOMX.NLM v6.00.02 Dec. 18, 2002 Novell AIO Serial Port Driver
APACHE2.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache Web Server 2.0.49a
APRLIB.NLM v0.09.05 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache Portability Runtime Library
0.9.5
AVMCAPI2.NLM v4.04 Aug. 12, 2004 AVM ISDN-Controller Driver
BACKUPCR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSBackup eMTool
BACKUPTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSBackup eMTool
BSDSOCK.NLM v6.57.04 Jun. 18, 2004 Novell BSDSOCK Module
BSPXCOM.NLM v7.90 Apr. 15, 2003 BSPXCOM.NLM v7.90.000, Build 253
BTCPCOM.NLM v7.90 Jul. 9, 2003 BTCPCOM.NLM v7.90.000, Build 253
BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90 Mar. 21, 2001 BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90.000
CALNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCalls Runtime Library
CCS.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Controlled Cryptography Services
from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM v6.01 May. 10, 2004 NetWare Configuration DB Engine
CDDVD.NSS v3.22 Nov. 18, 2004 NSS Loadable Storage System (LSS)
for CD/UDF (Build 257 MP)
CE100B.LAN v8.06 Feb. 5, 2004 Intel(R) 8255x-based Network
Connection
CHARSET.NLM v1.01 Jun. 4, 2003 Display Character Set Support For
NetWare
CIFS.NLM v3.22 Dec. 2, 2004 CIFS Semantic Agent (Build 456 MP)
CIFSPROX.NLM v3.22 May. 24, 2004 NMAS Proxy for CIFS (Build 130 MP)
CIOS.NLM v1.21 May. 10, 2004 Consolidated IO System
CIOSMLID.CLS v1.00 May. 28, 2003 Novell CIOS MLID Driver
CIOSSHIM.NLM v1.11 Mar. 26, 2004 Novell CIOS Platform Shim
CLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 (Legacy) Standard C Runtime Library
for NLMs
CLNNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWClient Runtime Library
CLXNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWCLX Runtime Library
COMN.NSS v3.22 Dec. 8, 2004 NSS Common Support Layer (COMN)
(Build 2765 MP)
CONFIG.NLM v3.10.07 Apr. 19, 2004 NetWare Server Configuration Reader
CONLOG.NLM v3.00.02 Nov. 26, 2002 System Console Logger
CONNAUD.NLM v3.15 May. 12, 2004 NLS - Connection Metering
CONNMGR.NLM v5.60 Jun. 16, 2004 NetWare Connection Manager NLM
CPUCHECK.NLM v5.60.01 Oct. 21, 2003 NetWare Processor Checking Utility
CSL.NLM v2.06.02 Jan. 13, 2000 NetWare Call Support Layer For
NetWare
CSLIND.NLM v4.21 Dec. 7, 1999 TCPIP CSL INDEPENDENCE MODULE
7Dec99 7Dec99
CWD.NLM v3.20.02 Jan. 14, 2004 Perl 5.8.0 - Cwd Extension
XS_VERSION: 2.06
DAVID.NLM v8.00.01 Dec. 13, 2004 Tobit DvISE Service Layer
DAVIDLIB.NLM v8.10.01 Dec. 12, 2005 Tobit DvISE Library
DBNET6.NLM v1.43.07 Dec. 2, 2003 Debug Network IO Support
DFSLIB.NLM v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 DFS Common Library (Build 452 MP)
DHOST.NLM v10010.94 Nov. 3, 2003 Novell DHost Portability Interface
1.0.0 SMP
DIAG500.NLM v3.00 May. 11, 2004 Diagnostic/coredump utility for
NetWare 5.x/6.x
DS.NLM v10551.13 May. 26, 2004 Novell eDirectory Version 8.7.3.2
SMP
DSAPI.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 9, 2004 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 1, 2004 NetWare DSEvent Runtime Library
DSLOADER.NLM v10551.13 May. 26, 2004 Novell eDirectory Version 8.7.3
Loader SMP
DVGRAB.NLM v8.10.01 Dec. 13, 2005 Tobit DvISE Grabbing Server
EHCIDRV.CAD v1.02 May. 10, 2004 Novell Universal Serial Bus EHCI
driver
EMBOX.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Engine
EMBOXMGR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Manager
EMBOXMSG.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Message API
EMDEF.NLM v1.01 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Default
Extension Module
EMDMI.NLM v2.01 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers DMI
Extension Module
EMIDENT.NLM v2.10 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Ident EM
EMIDPROM.NLM v2.00 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers ID PROM
EM
EMIPMI.NLM v3.01 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers IPMI
Extension Module
EMOIDMAP.NLM v2.00 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers OidMap
Extension Module
EMSAF.NLM v2.00 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers SAFTE
Extension Module
EMSECURE.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Security Service
EMSMBUS.NLM v2.00 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers SMBus
Extension Module
ETHERTSM.NLM v3.89 Jan. 27, 2003 Novell Ethernet Topology Specific
Module
FATFS.NLM v1.13 Jun. 2, 2004 FAT Filesystem Module for NetWare
FILESYS.NLM v5.13 Apr. 2, 2004 NetWare File System NLM
FLOPPY.HAM v1.01.11 Jun. 14, 2004 Novell FLOPPY Driver
FSCNORM.NLM v1.13 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers NetWare
RM Plug-in
GAMAGENT.NLM v6.02.21 May. 26, 2005 GAM SNMP AGENT
GAMDRV.NLM v6.02.21 May. 26, 2005 Mylex GAM Driver Service
GAMS.NLM v1.03 Apr. 28, 2004 Graded Authentication Management
Service
GAMSERV.NLM v6.02.21 May. 26, 2005 Mylex GAM Server Service
HD.NLM v2.04 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers SNMP
Hardisk Agent
HEADERS.NLM v2.00.49 Mar. 29, 2004 Apache 2.0.49a Headers Module
HOSTMIB.NLM v5.00.13 Apr. 27, 2004 NetWare 5.x/6.x Host Resources MIB
HT2SOAP.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box HTTP
to SOAP shim
HTTPSTK.NLM v3.00 Apr. 20, 2004 Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM v1.19.05 Feb. 20, 2003 Novell Hardware Insertion/Removal
Detection
IDEATA.HAM v4.15 Jun. 4, 2004 Novell ATA/IDE/ATAPI Host Adapter
Module
IDECD.CDM v4.00 Apr. 24, 2004 Novell ATAPI CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Custom
Device Module
IMBDRV.NLM v3.05 May. 18, 2004 IPMI driver
INVENT.NLM v2.07 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Inventory
Agent
IPMCFG.NLM v1.01.14 Oct. 14, 2003 Web Interface for IP Address
Management
IPMGMT.NLM v1.02.01 Feb. 25, 2004 TCPIP - NetWare IP Address
Management
IPXRTR.NLM v6.70.01 Dec. 3, 2001 IPX NLSP Router
Production_02Dec2001
IPXRTRNM.NLM v6.60 Jun. 24, 1998 IPX Router Network Management
IPXS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 ipxs Memory Protection Module
IPXS.NLM v4.10.01 Feb. 12, 1998 NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 ipxspx Memory Protection Module
IPXSPX.NLM v5.60 Nov. 21, 2001 NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol Stack NLM
JAVA.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 java.nlm (based on 1.4.2_04) Build
04061513
JNET.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java jnet (based on 1.4.2_04)
JSMSG.NLM v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 Jetstream Message Layer (Build 559
MP)
JSOCK.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Support For Java Sockets (loader)
JSOCK6X.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare 6.x Support For Java
Sockets (JDK 1.4.2)
JSTCP.NLM v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 Jetstream TCP Transport Layer
(Build 539 MP)
JVM.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java Hotspot 1.4.2_04 Interpreter
JVMLIB.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java jvmlib (based on 1.4.2_04)
KEYB.NLM v2.10 Jul. 26, 2001 NetWare National Keyboard Support
LANGMAN.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform Language
Manager
LANGMANI.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform Language
Manager
LBURP.NLM v10552.36 Dec. 2, 2003 LDAP Bulkload Update/Replication
Protocol service extension for Novell eDirectory 8.7.
LCMCIFS2.NLM v2.00.05 May. 10, 2004 Windows Native File Access Login
Methods (Build 70 SP)
LDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (Clib version)
LDAPX.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 NetWare Extension APIs for LDAP SDK
(Clib version)
LDAPXS.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 (Clib version)
LFS.NLM v5.12 Jan. 23, 2004 NetWare Logical File System NLM
LIB0.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Ring 0 Library for NLMs
LIBC.NLM v7.05 Jun. 23, 2004 Standard C Runtime Library for NLMs
[optimized, 5]
LIBNSS.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 Generic Library used by NSS (Build
187 MP)
LLDAPSDK.NLM v3.01 Nov. 13, 2003 LDAP SDK Library (LibC version)
LOCNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWLocale Runtime Library
LOGGER.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Logger
LSAPI.NLM v5.02 Jan. 7, 2003 NLS LSAPI Library
LSL.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 lsl Memory Protection Module
LSL.NLM v4.81 May. 7, 2004 Novell NetWare Link Support Layer
LSMAFP3.NLM v2.00.11 May. 10, 2004 Macintosh Native File Access Login
Methods (Build 103 SP)
LSMCIFS2.NLM v2.00.07 May. 10, 2004 Windows Native File Access Login
Methods (Build 81 SP)
MAL.NSS v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 NSS Media Access Layer (MAL) (Build
601 MP)
MALHLP.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 NSS Configure help messages (Build
417 MP)
MANAGE.NSS v3.22 Dec. 3, 2004 NSS Management Functions (Build 623
MP)
MASERVER.NLM v8.10.01 Dec. 13, 2005 Tobit DvISE Mail Access Server
MASV.NLM v1.39.01 Mar. 13, 2002 Mandatory Access Control Service
MATHLIB.NLM v4.21 Oct. 14, 1999 NetWare Math Library Auto-Load Stub
MEGA4_XX.HAM v7.01.02 Jun. 14, 2004 NetWare LSI MegaRAID HAM Driver
MEGAMMIO.NLM v1.02.08 Oct. 21, 2003 MediaManager Interface NLM for HAM
driver
MERGECR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSMerge eMTool
MERGETL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSMerge eMTool
MM.NLM v3.20.10 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare 6.5 Media Manager
MOD_JK.NLM v1.02.06 May. 25, 2004 Apache 2.0 plugin for Tomcat
MONDATA.NLM v6.00 Jul. 18, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x Monitor MIB
MONITOR.NLM v12.01.09 May. 5, 2004 NetWare Console Monitor
MSM.NLM v4.10 Jan. 24, 2003 Novell Multi-Processor Media
Support Module
NBI.NLM v3.00.04 Jun. 9, 2004 NetWare Bus Interface
NCP.NLM v5.60 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) Engine
NCPIP.NLM v6.01 Jun. 8, 2004 NetWare NCP Services over IP
NCPIPX.NLM v5.60 Jan. 22, 2004 Novell NCP/IPX Stack NLM
NCPNLM32.NLM v6.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
NDSAUDIT.NLM v2.09 May. 22, 2003 Directory Services Audit
NDSIMON.NLM v20210.61 Jun. 2, 2004 NDS iMonitor 2.3
NEB.NLM v5.60 Dec. 11, 2002 Novell Event Bus
NETDB.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 netdb Memory Protection Module
NETDB.NLM v4.10.26 Jun. 27, 2003 Network Database Access Module
NETLIB.NLM v6.50.22 Feb. 12, 2003 Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module
NETNLM32.NLM v5.05.08 Mar. 9, 2004 NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
NFAP4NRM.NLM v1.04 Dec. 8, 2003 NFAP Simple Password Management NLM
NICISDI.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Security Domain Infrastructure
NILE.NLM v6.04.02 Nov. 21, 2003 Novell Secure Socket Services NLM
NIRMAN.NLM v1.04.02 Jan. 27, 2004 TCPIP - NetWare Internetworking
Remote Manager
NIT.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 NetWare Interface Tools Library for
NLMs
NLDAP.NLM v10552.88 May. 21, 2004 LDAP Agent for Novell eDirectory
8.7.3
NLMLIB.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NLM Runtime Library
NLSADPT2.NLM v2.00 Sep. 9, 2003 NLS and Metering adapter for
iManager 2.0 plugin
NLSAPI.NLM v5.02 Aug. 7, 2003 NLSAPI
NLSLRUP.NLM v4.01.06 Mar. 16, 2004 NLS - Usage Metering
NLSLSP.NLM v5.02 Mar. 16, 2004 NLS - License Service Provider
NLSMETER.NLM v3.41 Feb. 19, 2004 NLS - Software Usage Metering
Database
NLSTRAP.NLM v5.02 Feb. 19, 2004 NetWare License Server Trap
NMAS.NLM v2.68 Jun. 17, 2004 Novell Modular Authentication
Service
NMASGPXY.NLM v1.04 Jun. 17, 2004 NMAS Generic Proxy
NMASLDAP.NLM v1.20 Mar. 31, 2004 NMAS LDAP Extension
NPKIAPI.NLM v2.73 May. 19, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure Services
NPKIT.NLM v2.73 Jun. 1, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure Services
NSPDNS.NLM v6.20.03 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPDNS.NLM Name
Service Providers
NSPNDS.NLM v6.20 Nov. 12, 2001 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPNDS.NLM Name
Service Provider
NSPSAP.NLM v6.20.02 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM NSPSAP.NLM
Name Service Provider
NSPSLP.NLM v6.20.02 Sep. 8, 2003 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPSLP.NLM Name
Service Provider
NSS.NLM v3.22 Nov. 18, 2004 NSS (Novell Storage Services)
(Build 981 MP)
NSSIDK.NSS v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 NSS Pool Configuration Manager
(Build 434 MP)
NSSWIN.NLM v3.22 May. 10, 2004 NSS ASCI Window API Library (Build
204 MP)
NTLS.NLM v10810.04 Mar. 25, 2004 Novell TLS Library
NWAGENT.NLM v11.10 Jun. 21, 2004 BrightStor ARCserve Backup Agent
(Build 753.000 06/21/04)
NWAIF103.NLM v7.94 Nov. 30, 2001 nwaif103.nlm v7.94, Build 251 ()
NWBSRVCM.NLM v7.90 Mar. 20, 2001 NWBSRVCM.NLM v7.90.000, Build 230
NWENC103.NLM v7.90 Feb. 24, 2001 NWENC103.NLM v7.90.000 (Text
Encoding Conversion Library)
NWIDK.NLM v3.01.01 Sep. 19, 2003 CDWare Volume Module
NWKCFG.NLM v2.16 Apr. 7, 2004 NetWare Kernel Config NLM
NWMKDE.NLM v7.94 Dec. 11, 2001 NWMKDE.NLM v7.94.251.000
NWPA.NLM v3.20.04 May. 7, 2004 NetWare 6.5 NetWare Peripheral
Architecture NLM
NWPALOAD.NLM v3.00 Jul. 10, 2000 NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
NWSA.NSS v3.22 Oct. 27, 2004 NSS NetWare Semantic Agent (NWSA)
(Build 1304 MP)
NWSEC.NLM v1.00.02 Jan. 13, 2004 Scripting - Security Library
NWSNUT.NLM v7.00 Jun. 22, 2004 NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
NWTRAP.NLM v6.00.01 Oct. 10, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x Trap Monitor
NWUCMGR.NLM v1.05 Mar. 14, 2001 NWUCMGR.NLM v1.5 Build 230
NWUTIL.NLM v1.03.05 Nov. 21, 2003 Novell Utility Library NLM ()
N_PRDDAT.NLM v1.00 Feb. 3, 2003 N_PRDDAT
PARTAPI.NLM v2.00 Apr. 17, 2002 Partition APIs for NetWare 6.1
PERL.NLM v3.20.02 Mar. 19, 2004 Perl 5.8.0 - Script interpreter for
NetWare
PKI.NLM v2.73 May. 19, 2004 Novell Certificate Server
PKIAPI.NLM v2.23.08 Apr. 1, 2004 Public Key Infrastructure Services
PMLODR.NLM v1.25 May. 30, 2003 PMLodr for NW65
PMPORTAL.NLM v2.16 Nov. 21, 2003 NetWare License Information Portal
POLIMGR.NLM v6.22 Feb. 27, 2004 NetWare License Policy Manager
PORTAL.NLM v3.00 Jun. 11, 2004 NetWare Remote Manager NLM
POSTMAN.NLM v8.10.01 Dec. 13, 2005 Tobit DvISE PostMan
PSVCS.NLM v251.00 Nov. 30, 2001 Portability Services
PVER500.NLM v3.00 Feb. 25, 2003 NetWare 6.XX Version Library
QLCGEM.CDM v1.00 Mar. 22, 2000 QLogic SCSI Enclosure Processor CDM
QUEUE.NLM v5.60 May. 24, 2001 NetWare Queue Services NLM
REPAIRCR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSRepair eMTool
REPAIRTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSRepair eMTool
REQUESTR.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
ROLLCALL.NLM v5.00 Jul. 27, 1998 RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
RSS.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Remote Subscription Service
SAL.NLM v20210.73 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell System Abstraction Layer
Version 2.2.0
SASDFM.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 SAS Data Flow Manager
SASL.NLM v1.02 Jun. 17, 2004 Simple Authentication and Security
Layer
SCCOPER.HAM v3.03 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers
Copernicus driver
SCHEMACR.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Schema eMTool
SCHEMATL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
Schema eMTool
SCSBB.NLM v3.00 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers SBB
driver
SCSIHD.CDM v3.02.06 Apr. 21, 2004 Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed Disk
Custom Device Module
SERVICTL.NLM v10553.18 Jun. 7, 2004 eDirectory Management Tool Box
DSService eMTool
SERVINST.NLM v5.00.10 Sep. 26, 2003 NetWare 5.x/6.x Instrumentation
SETMD4.NLM v2.00.01 May. 10, 2004 Windows Native File Access CIFS
Library (Build 91 SP)
SGUID.NLM v6.01 Sep. 27, 2002 NetWare GUID Services
SIESTAG.NLM v2.04 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Status
MIB
SIEVVIEW.NLM v2.13 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers
VersionView SNMP Agent
SLP.MPM v5.70 Mar. 26, 2003 slp Memory Protection Module
SLP.NLM v2.09 Apr. 15, 2004 SERVICE LOCATION PROTOCOL
(RFC2165/RFC2608)
SLPTCP.NLM v2.09 Apr. 15, 2004 SERVICE LOCATION TCP/UDP INTERFACE
(RFC2165/RFC2608)
SMDR.NLM v6.54.01 Oct. 14, 2004 SMS - Storage Data Requestor
SMRGSTRY.NLM v1.21 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers NW
Registry Handler
SMSUT.NLM v1.00 Dec. 14, 2004 SMS - Utility Library for NetWare
6.X
SNIBIOS.NLM v1.14 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers BIOS MIB
SNIETHER.NLM v1.06 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Ethernet
MIB
SNINW.NLM v1.07 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers NetWare
OS MIB
SNMP.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 snmp Memory Protection Module
SNMP.NLM v4.17 Jan. 23, 2004 Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP Service
SPMDCLNT.NLM v1.02 May. 13, 2004 Novell SPM Client for DClient
SPMNWCC.NLM v1.01 May. 13, 2004 Novell SPM Client for NWCC
SPXS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 spxs Memory Protection Module
SPXS.NLM v5.14 Jan. 18, 2000 NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol (PTF)
SRVCTRL2.NLM v3.20 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Server
Control Agent
STATUSLG.NLM v1.00 Aug. 8, 2003 Report and Notification Service
STREAMS.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 streams Memory Protection Module
STREAMS.NLM v6.00.04 Oct. 25, 2002 NetWare STREAMS PTF
SVSCRTY.NLM v2.04 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Security
Agent
SWAPP.NLM v2.03 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Switch
Application
SWITCH.NLM v2.05 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Server
Control Switch
SWOFF.NLM v1.02 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers Software
Off
SYSCALLS.NLM v5.60 Apr. 29, 2004 NetWare Operating System Call and
Marshalling Library
SYSLOG.NLM v6.05.02 Nov. 3, 2003 NetWare Logfile Daemon
TCP.NLM v6.57.03 Mar. 23, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack - Transport
module (NULL encryption)
TCPIP.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 tcpip Memory Protection Module
TCPIP.NLM v6.57.06 Jun. 1, 2004 Novell TCP/IP Stack - Network
module (NULL encryption)
TCPSTATS.NLM v6.50.10 Jun. 20, 2003 Web Interface for Protocol
Monitoring
TGRAPHIC.NLM v8.00.01 Mar. 29, 2004 Tobit DvISE Graphic Engine
THREADS.NLM v5.90.10 Feb. 24, 2004 Novell Threads Package for NLMs
TIMESYNC.NLM v6.60.11 May. 13, 2004 NetWare Time Synchronization
Services
TLD.NLM v8.00.01 Nov. 3, 2004 Tobit DvISE TLD
TLI.MPM v5.70 Apr. 1, 2004 tli Memory Protection Module
TLI.NLM v4.30.02 Dec. 19, 2000 NetWare Transport Level Interface
Library
TOBITLIB.NLM v8.00.01 Aug. 1, 2004 Tobit Library
TSAFS.NLM v6.50.11 Dec. 14, 2004 SMS - File System Agent for NetWare
6.X
TSANDS.NLM v10551.44.05 Feb. 3, 2004 TSA for Novell eDirectory 7.x,
8.x
UHCIDRV.CAD v1.04 May. 10, 2004 Novell Universal Serial Bus UHCI
driver
UKBDSHIM.NLM v1.03 Nov. 19, 2003 Novell USB Keyboard Shim
UMSSHIM.NLM v1.03 Nov. 19, 2003 Novell USB Mouse Shim
UNIBUS.NLM v1.40 May. 18, 2004 Fujitsu Siemens Computers UNIBUS
MIB Agent
UNICODE.NLM v7.00 Jun. 3, 2004 NetWare Unicode Runtime Library
(UniLib-based) [optimized]
USERLIB.NLM v5.60 May. 28, 2004 NetWare Operating System Function
Library
VERIFY.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java verify (based on 1.4.2_04)
VLRPC.NLM v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 DFS Volume Location Database (VLDB)
RPC interface (Build 482 MP)
VMRPC.NLM v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 DFS Volume Manager RPC interface
(Build 351 MP)
VOLMN.NSS v3.22 Oct. 8, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume Manager
(Build 396 MP)
VOLSMS.NLM v3.22 May. 14, 2004 NSS Distributed Volume Manager
(Build 207 MP)
WPSD.NLM v1.00 Jun. 7, 2004 ServiceDescriptor Natives NLM
WS2_32.NLM v6.21.06 Jun. 15, 2004 NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
WSPDSI.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for
Data Stream Interface
WSPIP.NLM v6.21.04 Jun. 4, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for
TCP and UDP
WSPIPX.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for
IPX and SPX
WSPSSL.NLM v6.21 Mar. 22, 2004 NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for
SSL
XENGEXP.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI Import Restricted XENG from
Novell, Inc.
XENGNUL.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI NULL XENG from Novell, Inc.
XENGUSC.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI U.S./Worldwide XENG from
Novell, Inc.
XI18N.NLM v10210.40 Nov. 10, 2003 Novell Cross-Platform
Internationalization Package
XIM.XLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 Novell NICI Signed Loader
XIS11.NLM v1.00.01 Nov. 7, 2003 XML Integration Service
XMGR.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI XMGR from Novell, Inc.
XNGAUSC.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI U.S./Worldwide XMGR Assistant
XENG from Novell, Inc.
XSUP.NLM v26410.07 Jun. 15, 2004 NICI XSUP from Novell, Inc.
ZIP.NLM v1.42.03 Jun. 15, 2004 Java zip (based on 1.4.2_04)
ZLSS.NSS v3.22 Oct. 28, 2004 NSS Journaled Storage System (ZLSS)
(Build 1801 MP)
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End of Modules List 291 Modules Loaded.
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Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00D0B791604D
Board Number..: 1
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_II
MLID Version..: 8.06
Slot..........: 2
I/O...........: 3000h -> 301Fh
Memory........: D8180000h -> D8180FFFh
IRQ...........: 9
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CE100B_1_EII

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End of LAN Driver Configuration Listing
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Top of Boot Drive Information
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SERVER.EXE loaded from...........: C:\NWSERVER\
SERVER.EXE version...............: 1551431 bytes 06-11-2004 10:09am
Total Space on Drive.............: 2016 MB
Available Space..................: 1952 MB

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Top of Storage Device Configuration Information
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Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V100-A100] USB UHCI Controller
0x0001 [V100-A101] USB UHCI Controller
0x0002 [V100-A102] USB UHCI Controller
0x0003 [V100-A103] USB UHCI Controller
0x0004 [V100-A104] USB EHCI Controller
0x0005 [V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
0x0008 [V025-A0-D1:0] HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR8163B 0F21
0x0006 [V370-A1] MEGARAID HOST ADAPTER MODULE (HAM)
0x000C [V370-A1-D8:0] SDR GEM318P rev:1
0x000B [V370-A1-D0:0] MegaRAID LD 0 RAID5 rev:420D
0x000D DOS Partitioned Media
0x0011 [V370-A1-D0:0-P21E2F] Free Partition Space
0x000E [V370-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x000F [V370-A1-D0:0-P7FF] NSS Partition
0x0010 [V370-A1-D0:0-P179F] NSS Partition
0x0007 [V321-A2] Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 - Ultra160 SCSI
0x0009 [V024-A3] Legacy FLOPPY Controller
0x000A [V024-A3-D1:0] Legacy Floppy

Storage Device Details:
[V100-A100] USB UHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: UHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 256
Primary port address.....: 1000
Primary port length......: 1E
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 38
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10004
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V100-A101] USB UHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0001
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: UHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 257
Primary port address.....: 1400
Primary port length......: 1E
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 28
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10005
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V100-A102] USB UHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0002
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: UHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 258
Primary port address.....: 1800
Primary port length......: 1E
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 18
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10006
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V100-A103] USB UHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0003
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: UHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 259
Primary port address.....: 1C00
Primary port length......: 1E
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 38
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10007
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V100-A104] USB EHCI Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0004
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: EHCIDRV.CAD
Assigned driver ID.......: 256
Adapter number...........: 260
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 48
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 10008
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 006C
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V025-A0] Novell ATA/IDE Host Adapter Module
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0005
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: IDEATA.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 37
Adapter number...........: 0
Primary port address.....: 170
Primary port length......: 8
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: F
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 0
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V025-A0-D1:0] HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR8163B 0F21
Media manager object ID.....: 0x0008
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: CD-ROM
Capacity....................: Unavailable
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 134215680
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: Yes
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 1
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 0
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported
Removable drive mount status: Dismounted
Removable drive lock status.: Not locked

[V370-A1] MEGARAID HOST ADAPTER MODULE (HAM)
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0006
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: MEGA4_XX.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 880
Adapter number...........: 1
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: A
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 1
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0140
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V370-A1-D8:0] SDR GEM318P rev:1
Media manager object ID.....: 0x000C
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Processor
Capacity....................: Unavailable
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 1
Sectors.....................: 0
Heads.......................: 0
Cylinders...................: 0
Block size, in bytes........: 4294967294
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 8
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

[V370-A1-D0:0] MegaRAID LD 0 RAID5 rev:420D
Media manager object ID.....: 0x000B
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Magnetic disk
Capacity....................: 138752 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 63
Heads.......................: 255
Cylinders...................: 17694
Block size, in bytes........: 65536
Activated...................: Yes
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 0
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 1
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Disabled

DOS Partitioned Media
Media Manager object ID..: 0x000D
Media Manager Object Type: Media
Media type...............: IBM partition

[V370-A1-D0:0-P21E2F] Free Partition Space
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0011
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: No
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 284261061
Size, in sectors.............: 1339

[V370-A1-D0:0-P0] Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000E
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: No
Beginning sector of partition: 63
Size, in sectors.............: 4192902

[V370-A1-D0:0-P7FF] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x000F
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: Yes
Beginning sector of partition: 4192965
Size, in sectors.............: 8192000

Volume Segment
Volume name.....................: SYS
Starting unit...................: 0
Number of units.................: 8191968
Segment size....................: 3999 MB
Volume status...................: Mounted

[V370-A1-D0:0-P179F] NSS Partition
Media Manager object ID......: 0x0010
Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
Activated....................: Yes
Registered...................: Yes
Functional...................: Yes
Reserved.....................: Yes
Logical partition............: Yes
Beginning sector of partition: 12384965
Size, in sectors.............: 271876096

Volume Segment
Volume name.....................: DATEN
Starting unit...................: 0
Number of units.................: 271876064
Segment size....................: 132751 MB
Volume status...................: Mounted

[V321-A2] Adaptec SCSI Card 29160 - Ultra160 SCSI
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0007
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: ADPT160M.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 801
Adapter number...........: 2
Primary port address.....: Not used
Primary port length......: Not used
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 5
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 4
DMA0.....................: Not used
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: 0000
Memory 0 length..........: 0010
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V024-A3] Legacy FLOPPY Controller
Media Manager object ID..: 0x0009
Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
Driver name..............: FLOPPY.HAM
Assigned driver ID.......: 36
Adapter number...........: 3
Primary port address.....: 3F2
Primary port length......: 4
Secondary port address...: Not used
Secondary port length....: Not used
Interrupt 0..............: 6
Interrupt 1..............: Not used
Slot.....................: 0
DMA0.....................: 2
DMA1.....................: Not used
Memory 0 address.........: Not used
Memory 0 length..........: Not used
Memory 1 address.........: Not used
Memory 1 length..........: Not used

[V024-A3-D1:0] Legacy Floppy
Media manager object ID.....: 0x000A
Media manager Object Type...: Device
Device type.................: Unknown
Capacity....................: 0 MB
Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
Sectors.....................: 18
Heads.......................: 2
Cylinders...................: 80
Block size, in bytes........: 1474560
Activated...................: No
Registered..................: Yes
Functional..................: Yes
Writable....................: Yes
Write protected.............: No
Reserved....................: No
Removable...................: No
Read Handicap...............: No
Offline.....................: No
Controller Number...........: 1
Device Number...............: 0
Adapter Number..............: 3
System Type.................: 0x90000
Read after write verify.....: Not supported

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***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for SYS *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 3934 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 1007152
Free Blocks................: 613419
Purgable Blocks............: 163165
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147452996
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 2396 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 637 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF

Segment on Logical Partition....: 0x000F
Starting Unit...................: 0
Number of Units.................: 8191968
Segment Size....................: 3999 MB

***********************************************
* Volume Statistics for _ADMIN *
***********************************************
File System................: Unknown
Volume Size................: 4 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 1024
Free Blocks................: 1024
Purgable Blocks............: 0
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2147483647
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 4 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 0 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF


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* Volume Statistics for DATEN *
***********************************************
File System................: NSSIDK (Novell Storage Services)
Volume Size................: 100000 MB
Block Size.................: 4 KB
Total Blocks...............: 25600000
Free Blocks................: 0
Purgable Blocks............: 13536068
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 0
Total Directory Entries....: 2147483647
Available Directory Entries: 2143727285
Sectors per Block..........: 8
Free Disk Space............: 0 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 52875 MB
Suballocation..............: OFF
Compression................: OFF
Migration..................: OFF

Segment on Logical Partition....: 0x0010
Starting Unit...................: 0
Number of Units.................: 271876064
Segment Size....................: 132751 MB

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Volume Name Name Spaces Loaded
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SYS DOS
SYS MACINTOSH
SYS NFS
SYS LONG_NAMES
_ADMIN DOS
_ADMIN MACINTOSH
_ADMIN NFS
_ADMIN LONG_NAMES
DATEN DOS
DATEN MACINTOSH
DATEN NFS
DATEN LONG_NAMES

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NDS Tree Name............: LK
NDS Server Name..........: CN=DAKOM.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
NDS Version..............: v10551.13
sys:_netware attributes..: Hidden System SubDir ImmediatePurge

*.NDS files..........: 452 (3204031 bytes)
*.DSD files..........: 2 (0 bytes)
*.DSB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
NDS.* files..........: 4 (17301504 bytes)
NDS*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
NDO.* files..........: 3 (17629184 bytes)
NDO*.LOG files.......: 0 (0 bytes)
*.41X files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.OLD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DOD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DOB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.__D files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.__B files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DTD files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.DTB files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.TAO files..........: 0 (0 bytes)
*.WBQ files..........: 0 (0 bytes)

Partition Name.......: OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Partition Type.......: Read/Write
Partition State......: On

Replica on Server....: CN=BKDI1.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 6

Replica on Server....: CN=LK_DA.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 2

Replica on Server....: CN=DA01.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Master
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 3

Replica on Server....: CN=DAIT.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 5

Replica on Server....: CN=DA02.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 8

Replica on Server....: CN=DAKOM.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 9

Replica on Server....: CN=LK_DI.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Subordinate Reference
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 1

Partition Name.......: O=LK.T=LK
Partition Type.......: Read/Write
Partition State......: On

Replica on Server....: CN=LK_DI.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 1

Replica on Server....: CN=BKDI1.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 6

Replica on Server....: CN=LK_DA.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 2

Replica on Server....: CN=DA01.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Master
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 3

Replica on Server....: CN=DAIT.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 5

Replica on Server....: CN=DA02.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 8

Replica on Server....: CN=DAKOM.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 9

Partition Name.......: T=LK
Partition Type.......: Read/Write
Partition State......: On

Replica on Server....: CN=DA01.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Master
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 3

Replica on Server....: CN=DAIT.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 5

Replica on Server....: CN=DA02.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 8

Replica on Server....: CN=DAKOM.OU=Services.O=LK.T=LK
Replica Type.........: Read/Write
Replica State........: On
Replica Number.......: 9

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End of NDS/eDirectory Configuration Listing
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Top of Installed Product List
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Product ID...........: APACHE2
Product Version......: 2.0.49
Product Description..: Apache2 Admin Server

Product ID...........: AVMB1
Product Version......: V1.08.0
Product Description..: AVM ISDN-Controller B1

Product ID...........: BNS
Product Version......: 1.1.0
Product Description..: Beans fr Novell Services

Product ID...........: C1RPTING
Product Version......: 1.3.0
Product Description..: Berichterstellungs-Snapin

Product ID...........: CANWAG
Product Version......: 11.1.0
Product Description..: BrightStor ARCserve Backup NetWare Agent

Product ID...........: CONSOLE1
Product Version......: 1.3.6
Product Description..: ConsoleOne 1.3.6c

Product ID...........: EDIR
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: LDAP
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: LDAP-Services

Product ID...........: NDS8
Product Version......: 87.3.0
Product Description..: eDirectory (tm)

Product ID...........: NICI
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: Internationale kryptografische Infrastruktur von
Novell (NIC

Product ID...........: NICIU0
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: NICI U.S./Canada (128bit) Crypto XENG

Product ID...........: NLS
Product Version......: 5.0.2
Product Description..: Novell Lizenz-Services

Product ID...........: NMAS
Product Version......: 2.3.4
Product Description..: Novell Modular Authentication Service

Product ID...........: NSN
Product Version......: 2.0.0
Product Description..: NSN

Product ID...........: NSS
Product Version......: 3.22:1208
Product Description..: NetWare 6.5 post-SP2 NSS 2B

Product ID...........: NTLS
Product Version......: 1.8.0
Product Description..: Novell-TLS-Bibliothek

Product ID...........: PERVASIV
Product Version......: 7.9.4
Product Description..: Pervasive SQL 2000i

Product ID...........: PHP
Product Version......: 4.2.3
Product Description..: PHP

Product ID...........: PKIS
Product Version......: 2.7.3
Product Description..: Novell Certificate Server v2.73

Product ID...........: PORTAL
Product Version......: 3.0.1
Product Description..: NetWare Remote Manager (NRM)

Product ID...........: Pattern
Product Version......: 1.0.0
Product Description..: Einfacher NetWare-Dateiserver

Product ID...........: Perl
Product Version......: 5.8.0
Product Description..: Perl

Product ID...........: SAS
Product Version......: 1.7.5
Product Description..: Sichere Beglaubigungs-Services

Product ID...........: SMAGIC65
Product Version......: 6.5
Product Description..: ServerMagic 6.5 for NetWare

Product ID...........: SMS
Product Version......: 1.1.2
Product Description..: Speicher-Management-Services (SMS)

Product ID...........: SPACK
Product Version......: 6.5.2
Product Description..: v2.0 Support Pack for NetWare 6.5

Product ID...........: Tomcat
Product Version......: 4.1.30
Product Description..: Tomcat 4-Verwalterinstanz

Product ID...........: iMonitor
Product Version......: 2.3.0
Product Description..: NDS iMonitor-Services

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End of Installed Product List
************************************************** *******************

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Top of Running Java Processes 1 Processes Running
---------------------------------------------------------------------

Class Name...........: org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap
Class ID.............: 430
Class State..........: Running

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End of Running Java Processes
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Top of Server Memory Statistics
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Allocated Memory.................: 307.8 MB
Cache Buffer Memory..............: 872.7 MB
Cache Moveable Memory............: 0.0 MB
Cache Non-moveable Memory........: 0.1 MB
Code Memory......................: 35.0 MB
Data Memory......................: 18.3 MB
Total Work Memory................: 1234.0 MB
Other Cache Pages Memory.........: 120.1 MB
System Memory Under 4GB..........: 2047.0 MB

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End of Server Memory Statistics
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Top of SM BIOS Information
---------------------------------------------------------------------

BIOS Information
Vendor.........................: FUJITSU SIEMENS // Phoenix Technologies
Ltd.
Version........................: 4.06 Rev. 1.03.1919
Starting Address Segment.......: E123h
Release Date...................: 12/22/2004
ROM Size.......................: 960 kB
ISA Supported..................: No
MCA Supported..................: No
EISA Supported.................: No
PCI Supported..................: Yes
PC Card (PCMCIA) Supported.....: No
Plug and Play Supported........: Yes
APM Supported..................: No
Flash BIOS.....................: Yes
BIOS Shadowing Allowed.........: Yes
VL-VESA Supported..............: No
ESCD Supported.................: Yes
Boot From CD Supported.........: Yes
Selectable Boot Supported......: Yes
BIOS ROM Socketed..............: No
Boot From PC Card Supported....: No
EDD Supported..................: No
ACPI Supported.................: Yes
Legacy USB Supported...........: Yes
AGP Supported..................: No
I2O Boot Supported.............: No
LS-120 Boot Supported..........: Yes
ZIP Drive Boot Supported.......: Yes
1394 Boot Supported............: No
Smart Battery Supported........: No
BIOS Boot Spec. Supported......: Yes
Network Boot Supported.........: No

System Information
Manufacturer...................: FUJITSU SIEMENS
Product Name...................: D1919
Version........................:
Serial Number..................:
Universal Unique ID............: 0000 0000 00030 581D0F2
Wake-up Type...................: Power Switch

Baseboard Information
Manufacturer...................: FUJITSU SIEMENS
Product Name...................: D1919
Version........................: S26361-D1919
Serial Number..................: 16390951

System Enclosure
Manufacturer...................: FUJITSU SIEMENS
Type...........................: Mini Tower
Version........................:
Serial Number..................:
Asset Tag Number...............:
Bootup State...................: Safe
Power Supply State.............: Safe
Thermal State..................: Safe
Security Status................: None

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: CPU 0
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Intel Xeon
Processor Manufacturer.........: Intel
Processor ID...................: BFEBFBFF 00000F41
Processor Version..............: Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 800 MHz
Max Speed......................: 3000 MHz
Current Speed..................: 3000 MHz
Socket Populated...............: Yes
Status.........................: Enabled
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: 16 kB
L2 Cache.......................: 1024 kB
L3 Cache.......................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Processor Information
Socket Designation.............: CPU 1
Processor Type.................: Central Processor
Processor Family...............: Unknown
Processor Manufacturer.........: Intel
Processor ID...................: 00000000 00000000
Processor Version..............: 00000000000000000000000000000000
Voltage........................: 1 V
External Clock.................: 800 MHz
Max Speed......................: 100 MHz
Current Speed..................: N/A
Socket Populated...............: No
Status.........................: Unknown
Processor Upgrade..............: ZIF Socket
L1 Cache.......................: N/A
L2 Cache.......................: N/A
L3 Cache.......................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L1 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Through
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 8 kB
Installed Size.................: 16 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Burst, Synchronous
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Parity
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: Other

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L2 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: Yes
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 1024 kB
Installed Size.................: 1024 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Pipeline Burst, Synchronous,
Asynchronous
Current SRAM Type..............: Burst
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: Other

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L3 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: No
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 3
Maximum Size...................: 4096 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Pipeline Burst, Synchronous,
Asynchronous
Current SRAM Type..............:
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: Other

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L1 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Through
Enabled........................: No
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 1
Maximum Size...................: 8 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Synchronous
Current SRAM Type..............:
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Parity
System Cache Type..............: Data
Associativity..................: Other

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L2 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: No
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 2
Maximum Size...................: 1024 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Pipeline Burst, Synchronous,
Asynchronous
Current SRAM Type..............:
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: Other

Cache Information
Socket Designation.............: L3 Cache
Operational Mode...............: Write Back
Enabled........................: No
Location.......................: Internal
Socketed.......................: No
Cache Level....................: 3
Maximum Size...................: 4096 kB
Installed Size.................: 0 kB
Supported SRAM Type............: Burst, Pipeline Burst, Synchronous,
Asynchronous
Current SRAM Type..............:
Cache Speed....................: N/A
Error Correction Type..........: Unknown
System Cache Type..............: Unified
Associativity..................: Other

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SMsC
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: PS/2 Mouse
External Connector Type........: PS/2
Port Type......................: Mouse Port

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SMsC
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: Keyboard
External Connector Type........: PS/2
Port Type......................: Keyboard Port

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SMsC
Internal Connector Type........: 25 Pin Dual Inline (pin 26 cut)
External Reference Designator..: Parallel
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: Parallel Port ECP/EPP

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: BMC
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: Serial-1
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550 Compatible

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SMsC
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: Serial-2
External Connector Type........: DB-9 pin male
Port Type......................: Serial Port 16550 Compatible

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: SMsC
Internal Connector Type........: On Board Floppy
External Reference Designator..: Floppy
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: 50 Pin Dual Inline
External Reference Designator..: Primary IDE
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: Cardbus

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: On Board IDE
External Reference Designator..: Secondary IDE
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: None

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: USB-1
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: USB-2
External Connector Type........: Access Bus (USB)
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: 9 Pin Dual Inline (pin 10 cut)
External Reference Designator..: USB-3
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ICH5
Internal Connector Type........: 9 Pin Dual Inline (pin 10 cut)
External Reference Designator..: USB-4
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: USB

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: ATI RAGE XL
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: Video
External Connector Type........: DB-15 pin female
Port Type......................: Video Port

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: BMC5721
Internal Connector Type........: None
External Reference Designator..: LAN
External Connector Type........: RJ-45
Port Type......................: Network Port

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: LSI 53C1030 Ch. A
Internal Connector Type........: 68 Pin Dual Inline
External Reference Designator..: SCSI
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: SCSI Wide

Port Connector Information
Internal Reference Designator..: LSI 53C1030 Ch. B
Internal Connector Type........: 68 Pin Dual Inline
External Reference Designator..: SCSI
External Connector Type........: None
Port Type......................: SCSI Wide

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI-1
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Short
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI-2
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI-3
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: Available
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI-4
Slot Type......................: PCI-X
Slot Data Bus Width............: 64 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: Yes

System Slots
Slot Designation...............: PCI-5
Slot Type......................: PCI
Slot Data Bus Width............: 32 bit
Current Usage..................: In use
Slot Length....................: Long
Provides 5.0 Volts.............: Yes
Provides 3.3 Volts.............: Yes
Shared Slot....................: No
Hot-plug Devices Supported.....: No

On Board Devices Information
Device Count...................: 5
Device 1 Status...............: Disabled
Device 1 Type.................: Other
Device 1 Description..........: SMsC SuperI/O
Device 2 Status...............: Disabled
Device 2 Type.................: Video
Device 2 Description..........: ATI RAGE XL
Device 3 Status...............: Disabled
Device 3 Type.................: SCSI Controller
Device 3 Description..........: LSI 53C1030
Device 4 Status...............: Disabled
Device 4 Type.................: Ethernet
Device 4 Description..........: BCM 5721
Device 5 Status...............: Disabled
Device 5 Type.................: Other
Device 5 Description..........: FSC IPMI BMC

Physical Memory Array
Location.......................: System Board or Motherboard
Use............................: System Memory
Memory Error Correction........: Multi-bit ECC
Maximum Capacity...............: 12288 MB
Error Detected.................: N/A
Number of Memory Devices.......: 6

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 0 bit
Data Width.....................: 0 bit
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-0A
Bank Locator...................: Bank 0
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 0 bit
Data Width.....................: 0 bit
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-0B
Bank Locator...................: Bank 0
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 0 bit
Data Width.....................: 0 bit
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-1A
Bank Locator...................: Bank 1
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 0 bit
Data Width.....................: 0 bit
Size...........................: 0 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-1B
Bank Locator...................: Bank 1
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-2A
Bank Locator...................: Bank 2
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

Memory Device
Error Detected.................: N/A
Total Width....................: 72 bits
Data Width.....................: 64 bits
Size...........................: 1024 MB
Form Factor....................: DIMM
Device Locator.................: DIMM-2B
Bank Locator...................: Bank 2
Memory Type....................: DDR
Memory Type Details............: CMOS
Speed..........................: 333 MHz
Manufacturer...................: N/A
Serial Number..................: N/A
Asset Tag......................: N/A
Part Number....................: N/A

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End of SM BIOS Info
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Net 0 Gateway 172.16.2.37 Metric 1 Passive
Net 0 Gateway 172.16.2.37 Metric 1 Passive

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
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#
# SYS:ETC\HOSTS
#
# Mappings of host names and host aliases to IP address.
#
lb localhost # normal loopback address

#
# examples from Novell network
#
130.57.4.2 ta tahiti ta.novell.com loghost
130.57.6.40 osd-frog frog
130.57.6.144 sj-in5 in5
192.67.172.71 sj-in1 in1

#
# interesting addresses on the Internet
#
192.67.67.20 sri-nic.arpa nic.ddn.mil nic
26.2.0.74 wsmr-simtel20.army.mil simtel20
172.16.2.23 DAKom.ladadi.de DAKOM

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
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#!VERSION=2.3
#!
#! --- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING ----
#! This file was created by the Internetworking Configuration Console.
#! It is intended to be modified ONLY by the configurator (INETCFG.NLM).
#! Tampering with this file may cause severe malfunctioning of the system.
#! The configurator will check for tampering and abort if it is detected.
#! -----------------------------------------------------------------------
#!
#!SERVERTYPE=NORMAL
#!
#!UIMODE=NORMAL
#!
#!BEGINGENLOAD
LOAD SNMP ControlCommunity= TrapCommunity= verbose
LOAD BCALLSRV
#!END
#!
#!BEGINTSMLOAD
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=B57 NAME=B57_1 STATUS=DISABLED NUMPORTS=1 DRVRTYPE=LAN
VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=10015 Speed=AUTO RxBuffers=200
#
#!BEGINPORT NAME=B57_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=0
MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#
#!REFCOUNT=2
#:LOAD B57 NAME=B57_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=10015 Speed=AUTO
RxBuffers=200
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=CE100B NAME=CE100B_1 STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1
DRVRTYPE=LAN VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=2
#
#!BEGINPORT NAME=CE100B_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=0
MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#
#!REFCOUNT=2
LOAD CE100B NAME=CE100B_1_EII FRAME=Ethernet_II SLOT=2
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=TCPIP STATUS=ENABLED
LOAD Tcpip RIP=No Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=No VIPASupport=No
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
#:BIND IP B57_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.0.0 Address=172.16.2.23
#172.16.2.23
#!END
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IP CE100B_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.0.0 Address=172.16.2.23
#172.16.2.23
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=IPX STATUS=ENABLED
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
#
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP CFGDIR=SYS:\ETC SEQ=1
#
LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1
#
LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=54 W=108 R=10 S=1000 I=1200
#
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1
#
SET Load Balance Local LAN=OFF
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
#:BIND IPX B57_1_EII NET=DEAD
#DEAD
#!END
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IPX CE100B_1_EII NET=DEAD
#DEAD
#!END
#!END

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
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domain ladadi.de
nameserver 172.16.2.26
nameserver 172.16.2.36

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
; This is a sample of the slp configuration file.
; Two types of entries can be made: 1) DA entries, 2) SA Register Filters.
;
; The DA entry allows static configuration of a known DA. This would be
used
; when the DA was out of multicast range and DHCP was not being used to
; configure the DA.
; The static DA configuration format is as follows 'DA <addr type>,
<addr>'.
; The first word must be "DA". The addr type is the address type.
Currently, only
; IPV4 has been defined. IPV6 will be defined in the future. The addr is
; the address specified.
;
; The following is an example of a static DA.
; DA IPV4, 130.1.1.1
;
; The SA Register Filter would be used when the administrator wanted all
services
; of a specific service type being mapped to a single scope. For example,
; the administrator wanted all "lpr" printers being registered to scope
"printer".
; The format is as follows: 'REGISTER TYPE "<type name>" to SCOPE "<scope
name>"'.
; The parser will look for REGISTER, TYPE, and SCOPE as keywords followed
by quote on
; a single line. Example:
;
; REGISTER TYPE "lpr" to SCOPE "eng"
;
; The last line must contain a line feed and char return. A semi-colon
specifies a
; comment.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
AutonomousSystem 0
Protocol rip off {
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
Port B57_1_EII
Status on
Cost 1
Poison off
SplitHorizon on
UpdateTime 30
GarbageTime 120
ExpireTime 180
OriginateDefault off
Version ripI
Mode normal
}
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
Port CE100B_1_EII
Status on
Cost 1
Poison off
SplitHorizon on
UpdateTime 30
GarbageTime 120
ExpireTime 180
OriginateDefault off
Version ripI
Mode normal
}
}
Protocol egp off {
}
Protocol ospf off {
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
Port B57_1_EII
Status on
Cost 1
AreaId 0.0.0.0
Priority 1
RetransmissionInterval 5
TransitDelay 1
HelloInterval 10
RouterDeadInterval 40
Nbma {
PollInterval 120
Neighbor {
}
}
}
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
Port CE100B_1_EII
Status on
Cost 1
AreaId 0.0.0.0
Priority 1
RetransmissionInterval 5
TransitDelay 1
HelloInterval 10
RouterDeadInterval 40
Nbma {
PollInterval 120
Neighbor {
}
}
}
}
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
AddressMask 255.255.0.0
Port B57_1_EII
Type lan
RouterDiscovery no
SolicitationAddress multicast
NATStatus Disabled
SecIPStatus Disabled
TOSStatus Disabled
TOSValue 0
ARPTimerStatus Disabled
ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
GroupedInterface yes
PrimaryInterface yes
LBPolicy 0
Arpable yes
NetworkAddress 172.16.0.0
VIPASupport Enabled
BdgStatus Disabled
}
Interface {
Address 172.16.2.23
AddressMask 255.255.0.0
Port CE100B_1_EII
Type lan
RouterDiscovery no
SolicitationAddress multicast
NATStatus Disabled
SecIPStatus Disabled
TOSStatus Disabled
TOSValue 0
ARPTimerStatus Disabled
ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
GroupedInterface yes
PrimaryInterface no
LBPolicy 0
Arpable yes
NetworkAddress 172.16.0.0
VIPASupport Enabled
BdgStatus Enabled
}
ForwardIPSourceRouting off
NATFiltering on
Deadgatewaydetection off {
T0 30
T1 2
}
LoadBalancing off {
LBInterval 2
}
FaultTolerance on {
FTInterval 2
}
Network {
NetAddr 172.16.0.0
LBStatus Disabled
LBLevel 0
FTStatus Enabled
FTOnly no
SecIPAddr 0.0.0.0
PrimaryOnlyForRecv Disabled
}
DefIPAddr 0.0.0.0

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
File size is 641447 bytes.
Only last 200 kbytes of file was scanned.

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# TimeSync.Cfg is now updated automatically,
# when changes are made on the System Console

# TIMESYNC Configuration Parameters

Configured Sources = ON
DEBUG = 7
Polling Count = 3
Polling Interval = 600
Service Advertising = ON
Synchronization Radius = 2000
Type = SECONDARY
NTP Client Port = 0

# TIMESYNC Configured time source list

TIME SOURCE = 172.16.2.26:123

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ADMSRVDN.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Shutdown for Apache Administration Server for Netware

unload address space = adminsrv apache2
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ADMSRVDN.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ADMSRVUP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Startup for the Apache Administration Server for Netware
# the -f specifies the config file name.


load address space = adminsrv apache2 -f
sys:\adminsrv\conf\adminserv.conf -E sys:\adminsrv\logs\startup.err -n
"Apache2 Web Manager"
hidescreen Apache2 Web Manager


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ADMSRVUP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AFPSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
unload afptcp.nlm
%if !loaded cifs.nlm then cmd unload nfap4nrm.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AFPSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AFPSTRT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
%if !loaded nfap4nrm.nlm then cmd load nfap4nrm.nlm
load afptcp.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AFPSTRT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# **********************************
# * AIOCOM.NCF CommandFile for *
# * Tobit MultiCOM4 (ISA Bus) *
# **********************************
#
load aiocomx node=0 port=3f8 int=4 maxrate=19200
load aiocomx node=1 port=2f8 int=3 maxrate=19200
load aiocomx node=2 port=3e8 int=5 maxrate=19200
load aiocomx node=3 port=2e8 int=7 maxrate=19200

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM1.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# **********************************
# * AIOCOM1.NCF CommandFile for *
# * AIOCOMX.NLM 2.11 *
# **********************************
#
load aiocomx node=0 port=3f8 int=4 maxrate=19200

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM1.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM2.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# **********************************
# * AIOCOM2.NCF CommandFile for *
# * AIOCOMX.NLM 2.11 *
# **********************************
#
load aiocomx node=1 port=2f8 int=3 maxrate=19200

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AIOCOM2.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AP2RSALL.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Shutdown admin and webserver instances of apache

# shutdown admin
unload address space = adminsrv apache2

# restarts apache web server

apache2 restart


# Startup for the Apache Administration Server for Netware
# the -f specifies the config file name.

load address space = adminsrv apache2 -f
sys:\adminsrv\conf\adminserv.conf -E sys:\adminsrv\logs\startup.err -n
"Apache2 Web Manager"
java -classpath
sys:\adminsrv\webapps\apacheadmin\web-inf\lib\ApacheAdmin.jar;$CLASSPATH
com.novell.application.apacheadmin.APCheck -port 2211 -command
"admsrvup -bypass" %1
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AP2RSALL.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKSTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# To startup debug ArkManager, add command line option "-ea"
java %1 -cp
sys:\ArkManager\ArkManager.jar;sys:\java\njclv2\li b\njclv2.jar;sys:\ArkManager\crimson.jar;sys:\mysq l\java\mysql-connector-java-3.0.8-stable-bin.jar
com.novell.ark.ArkManager

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKSTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
perl --noscreen --autodestroy arkstop.pl
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKUPG~1.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
java -ea -cp
sys:\ArkManager\ArkUpgrade.jar;sys:\ArkManager\Ark Manager.jar -Djava.rmi.server.codebase=file://sys/ArkManager/ArkUpgrade.jar
com.novell.ark.upgrade.ArkUpgrade

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ARKUPG~1.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
SET Time Zone = CET-1CEST
SET Daylight Savings Time Offset = 1:00:00
SET Start Of Daylight Savings Time = (MARCH SUNDAY LAST 2:00:00 AM)
SET End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST 3:00:00 AM)
set Default Time Server Type = Secondary
set Bindery Context = .OU=Services.O=LK.LK.;LK

### Hinzugefuegt vsammt auf Basis DA01 23.12.2004
OPTIMIZER.NCF
SET TIMESYNC CONFIGURED SOURCES = ON
### Ende

# Hinweis: Die oben genannten Zeitzoneninformationen
# sollten dem Servernamen immer vorangestellt sein.
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\BIN

# ACHTUNG!!
FILE SERVER NAME DAKOM

######## Start Drivers/Protocols ########
SERVERID 0dakomff


# ACHTUNG!!
# Wenn Sie den Namen dieses Servers "ndern, mssen Sie
# den Servernamen in allen ihm zugewiesenen Lizenzen
# mithilfe von iManager aktualisieren.
# --- V3.03.01 inserted by Fujitsu Siemens ServerManagement ---

load conlog file=console.log save=console.sav MAXIMUM=1000

; Network driver LOADs and BINDs are initiated via
; INITSYS.NCF. The actual LOAD and BIND commands
; are contained in INITSYS.NCF and NETINFO.CFG.
; These files are in SYS:ETC.
sys:etc\initsys.ncf
#LOAD TCPIP
#LOAD CE1000.LAN SLOT=10014 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=CE1000_1_EII
#BIND IP CE1000_1_EII addr=172.16.2.23 mask=255.255.0.0 gate=172.16.2.37
MOUNT ALL
IPMINIT.NCF

SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
BSTART.NCF
load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"
LOAD PORTAL.NLM
LOAD NDSIMON.NLM
LOAD NICISDI.XLM
LOAD SASDFM.XLM
# -- Added by AFP Install --
AFPSTRT.NCF
# -- End of AFP Install --
# -- Added by CIFS Install --
CIFSSTRT.NCF
# -- End of CIFS Install --
LOAD PKI.NLM
LOAD NLDAP.NLM
# -- Added by Scripting Install --
SCRIPT.NCF
SEARCH ADD SYS:\APACHE2
#Apache2 is now the admin server
ADMSRVUP
# tc4admin begin
load perl.nlm
SEARCH ADD SYS:/tomcat/4/bin
tcadmup.ncf
# tc4admin end
# Storage Management Services components required for Backup
SMSSTART.NCF
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix---
#nfsstart
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix END---
LOAD EMBOX.NLM
#RCONAG6.NLM is required by RConsoleJ
#LOAD RCONAG6 <Your Password Here> 2034 16800 2036
#?STARTX

Load AFREECON.NLM
load monitor
# ------------------------------------------------------------
# Ordering of lines in AUTOEXEC.NCF
# for Fujitsu Siemens ServerView Agents
# ================================================== =========
#
# If your server loads TCP/IP please make sure
# that SNMP.NLM is loaded before TCP/IP.
# The loading of SNMP.NLM, TCPIP.NLM and all LAN
# drivers, all binderies and all volume mounting
# must be done before loading SNISM.NCF.
#
# example: (all values inside '< >' denote server specific
# settings and should be replaced appropriately)
#
# load snmp verbose control= trap=
# load tcpip
# load <NetDriver> Frame=Ethernet_802.2 Name=<NET8022>
# bind ipx <NET8022> NET=<8022>
# load <NetDriver> Frame=Ethernet_II Name=<NET_II>
# bind ip <NET_II> address=<192.168.10.47> mask=<FF.FF.FF.C0>
######## End Drivers/Protocols ########
# mount all
# snism.ncf
#
#
# Please remove these comment lines after reading.
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------
# --- V3.03.01 inserted by Fujitsu Siemens ServerManagement ---
SEARCH ADD SYS:\SYSTEM\FSC_SM
SNISM.NCF

# David V8
DVStart


### ArcServe Agent 23.12.2004 vsammt
NWAgent
###


# ******** Start of Global Array Manager changes 07.03.2006 jb***
LOAD GAMSERV
LOAD GAMEVENT -h <IP Address>

#LOAD GAMEVLOG -f sys:\public\gamevlog.log
LOAD GAMAGENT
# ******** End of Global Array Manager changes ********

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\B1START.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Starten von AVM B1 Capi
load capi20
tld001
tld002

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\B1START.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\B1STOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# entladen des B1 Capi
load capi20 -d
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\B1STOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\BSTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD CLIBAUX
LOAD PSVCS
LOAD NWAIF103
LOAD NWENC103
LOAD DSAPI
LOAD CLXNLM32
LOAD NWMKDE
LOAD BTRIEVE
BTRV LINK
LOAD NWBSRVCM

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\BSTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\BSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
UNLOAD NWINSEP
UNLOAD NWINSS2
UNLOAD NWINSIB
UNLOAD BTIMSG
UNLOAD BROUTER
UNLOAD BSPXCOM
UNLOAD BTCPCOM
UNLOAD NWBSRVCM
UNLOAD BTRIEVE
UNLOAD NWXLT101
UNLOAD NWMKDE
UNLOAD NWUCMGR
UNLOAD NWENC103
UNLOAD NWAIF103
UNLOAD PSVCS


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\BSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\C1ENV.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
search add sys:\ni\bin
search add sys:\ni\update\bin
search add sys:\java\bin
search add sys:\java\nwgfx
load java (CLIB_OPT)/B9
###
### Java Environment setup for the Server Install
###
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH0=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB;SYS:\NI\LIB;SYS:\N I\UPDATE\DATA;SYS:\NI\DATA;SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\C1In stll.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH1=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\RInstall.jar;SYS:\ NI\UPDATE\LIB\Jclient.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH2=SYS:\JAVA\LIB\classes.zip;SYS:\JAVA\C LASSES;SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\nw5products.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH3=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\NWIInstall.jar;SYS :\JAVA\LIB\njcl.jar;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\jndi.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH4=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\lib\mediamanager.jar;S YS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\niip.jar;SYS:\NI\UPDATE\LIB\nlsl ib.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH5=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\lib\JCTPro.jar;SYS:\JA VA\LIB\Help.jar;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\swing.jar;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH6=SYS:\NI\UPDATE\lib\ni.jar;SYS:\NI\lib \ni.jar;SYS:\NI\UPDATE\lib\nitools.jar;sys:\ni\upd ate\lib\bminst.lib;.;
ENVSET
NIPATH=$NICLASSPATH0$NICLASSPATH1$NICLASSPATH2$NIC LASSPATH3$NICLASSPATH4$NICLASSPATH5$NICLASSPATH6
ENVSET NICLASSPATH0=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH1=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH2=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH3=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH4=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH5=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH6=
ENVSET JAVA_COMPILER=SYMCJIT


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\C1ENV.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\C1START.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load java
SYS:\public\Mgmt\ConsoleOne\1.2\ConsoleOne.ncf

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\C1START.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\CIFSSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# -- Unload CIFS NLMs --
%if loaded cifs.nlm then cmd unload nfap4nrm.nlm
%if loaded cifsprox.nlm then cmd unload cifsprox.nlm
%if loaded cifspdc.nlm then cmd unload cifspdc.nlm
unload cifs.nlm
%if loaded afptcp.nlm then cmd load nfap4nrm.nlm






---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\CIFSSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\CIFSSTRT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# -- Load CIFS NLMs --
LOAD CIFS.NLM
%if !loaded cifsprox.nlm then cmd LOAD CIFSPROX.NLM
%if !loaded nfap4nrm.nlm then cmd LOAD nfap4nrm.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\CIFSSTRT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DAVID.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David Service Layer
load DATEN:david\code\david

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DAVID.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DOSETUP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
; This is a computer-generated file, do not edit
;
search add sys:\java\bin
search add sys:\java\nwgfx\bin
search add sys:\java\nwgfx
search add sys:\java\njclv2\bin
search add sys:\ni\nis30\bin
search add sys:\ni\nis30\poet\nlm
envset NIPATH=sys:\ni\nis30\lib
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\poet\lib
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\poet\lib\poetclasses. zip
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\data
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\help
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\apache2.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\audit.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\Beans.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\C1Instll.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ConsoleOneCore.ja r
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\dnip.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ds.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ecb.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ecbsecurity.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\eGuideNI.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\emboxi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\eMFrame.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\extend.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\Help.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ifolder.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\imonNI.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\iscsiinstall.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\iStorage.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\j2ee.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\JClientNDS.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\jdom.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\jh.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\JJHDoclet.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\jndi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\jsse.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ldap.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ldapi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\mysql.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ndpsinst.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ndsi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\NDSNamespace.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nfainstallmodule. jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nfsnis.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ni.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nici.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\niip.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\njclv2.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\njweb.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nlslib.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nmasi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nps.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\NSNInstallProduct .jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\NSResources.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nwftpd.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\NWIInstall.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\nxsl.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\PerlInstallProduc t.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\PHPInstallProduct .jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\pkiinst.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\pkijni.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\portal.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\protocol.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\rbsCore.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\RInstall.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\RSyncSrvInstall.j ar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\server.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\servlet.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\SMS.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\snmpi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\ssh.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\time.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\tomcat4.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\uddi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\voffice.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\w0jinst.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\WanConnect.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\wanmani.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\websearch.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\xalan.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\xerces.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\ni\nis30\lib\xp.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\lib\classes.zip
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\classes
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\njclv2\lib\njclv2.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\lib\njcl.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\lib\jndi.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\lib\swing.jar
envset NIPATH=$NIPATH;sys:\java\lib\jclient.jar
load NIDelay 10000
"java=java -neh -mx256M -ss192K -mp0 -envCWD=sys:\ni\nis30\bin -classpath
$nipath com.novell.application.install.Setup /template=response.sav /nisetup
/OUTPUT_TO_FILE "

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DOSETUP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DSERVER.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David DServer
load DATEN:david\apps\dserver\code\dserver.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DSERVER.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVGRAB.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load DATEN:david\apps\dvgrab\code\dvgrab

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVGRAB.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVHOST.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the David Host
load DATEN:david\apps\dvhost\code\dvhost.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVHOST.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVNDS.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David Service Layer with Novell Directory Services support
# (Automaticaly generated by INSTALL.EXE)
load DATEN:david\code\dvnds

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVNDS.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVSTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the David Modules

# B1 Capi laden - Config mit B1setup.nlm, vsa 16032005
load capi20

POSTMAN
LOAD DVDELAY 2 #POSTMAN
DVGRAB
LOAD DVDELAY 2 #DVGRAB
MASERVER
# LOAD DVDELAY 2 #MASERVER
# WEBBOX
# LOAD DVDELAY 2 #WEBBOX
# DSERVER
# LOAD DVDELAY 2 #DSERVER
# DVHOST
# LOAD DVDELAY 2 #DVHOST
# PBXPENSE
# LOAD DVDELAY 2 #PBXPENSE

#LOAD DVDELAY 5 #TLD001
TLD001

#LOAD DVDELAY 5 #TLD002
TLD002

#LOAD DVDELAY 2 #TLD003
TLD003

load DATEN:david\code\david

#REPLICA

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVSTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for unloading the David Modules

LOAD DVUNLOAD

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\DVSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\EDIRUTIL.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
nsninit
nsn sys:\system\embox\edirutil.bas %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\EDIRUTIL.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ENVNISI.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
###
### Java Environment setup for the Server Install
###
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH0=SYS:\NI\LIB\NISETUP.JAR;SYS:\NI\NIS30 \LIB;SYS:\NI\LIB;SYS:\NI\NIS30\DATA;SYS:\NI\DATA;S YS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\C1INSTLL.JAR;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH1=SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\RINSTALL.JAR;SYS:\J AVA\LIB\JCLIENT.JAR;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\RT.JAR;SYS:\JAVA \LIB\charsets.jar;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\I18N.JAR;SYS:\NI\N IS30\LIB\JH.JAR;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH2=SYS:\JAVA\LIB\CLASSES.ZIP;SYS:\JAVA\C LASSES;SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\NW5PRODUCTS.JAR;SYS:\NI\N IS30\HELP;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH3=SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\NWIINSTALL.JAR;SYS: \JAVA\NJCLV2\LIB\NJCLV2.JAR;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\NJCL.JAR ;SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\LIB\JNDI.JAR;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\JNDI. JAR;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH4=SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\MEDIAMANAGER.JAR;SY S:\NI\NIS30\LIB\NIIP.JAR;SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\NLSLIB. JAR;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH5=SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\JCTPRO.JAR;SYS:\JAV A\NJCLV2\LIB\HELP.JAR;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\HELP.JAR;SYS:\ JAVA\NJCLV2\LIB\SWING.JAR;SYS:\JAVA\LIB\SWING.JAR;
ENVSET
NICLASSPATH6=SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\NI.JAR;SYS:\NI\NIS3 0\LIB\NITOOLS.JAR;SYS:\NI\NIS30\LIB\BMINST.LIB;.;

ENVSET
NIPATH=$NICLASSPATH0$NICLASSPATH1$NICLASSPATH2$NIC LASSPATH3$NICLASSPATH4$NICLASSPATH5$NICLASSPATH6

ENVSET NICLASSPATH0=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH1=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH2=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH3=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH4=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH5=
ENVSET NICLASSPATH6=
ENVSET JAVA_COMPILER=SYMCJIT

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ENVNISI.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\GAMSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
unload gamagent
unload mdacci
unload gamserv
unload gamevent
unload gamevlog
unload gamdrv

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\GAMSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\INETSTRT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load tcpstats.nlm
load nirman.nlm
load ipmcfg.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\INETSTRT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\INSTALL.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load %0n

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\INSTALL.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\IOFF.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
%if loaded iscsixml then cmd unload iscsixml
%if loaded iscsinrm then cmd unload iscsinrm
unload iscsiham
unload iscsinit
unload iscsilib
unload ioctl

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\IOFF.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ION.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Make sure NRM plugin is not loaded
#
%if loaded iscsinrm.nlm then cmd unload iscsinrm
#
# Make sure scsihd.cdm has been loaded
#
%if !loaded scsihd then cmd load c:drivers\scsihd.cdm
#
# Make sure debug handler has been loaded
#
%if !loaded dlog then cmd load dlog.nlm
%if !loaded dlog then cmd load c:\nwserver\debuglog.nlm
#
# Make sure syslog has been loaded
#
%if !loaded syslog then cmd load syslog.nlm
#
# Load IOCtl Engine
#
%if !loaded ioctl then cmd load ioctl.nlm
#
# Load iSCSI common library
#
%if !loaded iscsilib then cmd load iscsilib.nlm
#
# Load iSCSI client
#
%if !loaded iscsinit then cmd load iscsinit.nlm
#
# Load iSCSI disk driver
#
%if !loaded iscsiham then cmd load iscsiham.ham
#
# Load iSCSI "NRM" plugin
#
%if !loaded iscsinrm then cmd load iscsinrm.nlm
#
# If we are running NW6 then utilize the virtual file system
(_admin:\novell\iSCSI)
#
%if env %minor >= 60 then cmd load iscsixml.nlm




---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ION.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\IPMINIT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load perl
load java
delay 2
load ipmgmt
delay 10

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\IPMINIT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\LDAFREEC.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Load AFREECON.NLM

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\LDAFREEC.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\MASERVER.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# Mail Access Server NLM
load DATEN:david\apps\maserver\code\maserver.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\MASERVER.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NFSSTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load nfsadmin
load nisserv
load xnfs

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NFSSTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NFSSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load stopnfs
#unload nfsadmin
unload xnfs
unload tadjst
unload unidll
unload nisserv
unload nisswdd
unload ndsilib
unload nisbind
unload unicrypt
#unload pkernel
#unload rpcbstub



---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NFSSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NICONFIG.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
nisetsi.ncf
nisetsi2.ncf
ENVSET MYPATH=SYS:\NI\LIB\NISWITCH.CLASS;$NIPATH
java -mp0 -classpath $MYPATH NISwitch /template=response.rsp /configonly

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NICONFIG.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NISETSI.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
search add sys:\ni\bin
search add sys:\ni\nis30\bin
search add sys:\java\bin
search add sys:\java\njclv2\bin
search add sys:\java\nwgfx\bin
search add sys:\java\nwgfx
load java (CLIB_OPT)/B9

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NISETSI.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NISETSI2.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
envnisi


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NISETSI2.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NLSINIT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
nlslrup d=120
nlsadpt2

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NLSINIT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWAGENT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Search Add SYS:\NWAgent\NLM
LOAD SYS:\NWAgent\NLM\CSLOADER @SYS:\NWAgent\ASCONFIG.INI
SECTION=NWAGENTLOADER

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWAGENT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWICLOSE.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load prodsync.nlm
unload conlog.nlm


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWICLOSE.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWISTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load NIDelay 10000 "java=java -neh -mp0 -Xbootclasspath:$NIPATH NISwitch
/TEMPLATE=response.sav"



---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\NWISTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\OPTIMI~1.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Optimierungen basierend auf den Novell AppNote-Artikel "Ensuring High
; Performance and Availability from NetWare 4.x and 5.x Servers",
; AppNotes Dezember 2001
; angepasst auf NW6/6.5 NSS Servers am 10.10. UCK
; ----- DAKOM 231204 ------
; ************************************************** ***********
; *** UNBEDINGT PRO SERVER KONTROLLIEREN UND GGF. ANPASSEN! ***
; ************************************************** ***********
;
; *** Communications ***
;
SET NetBIOS Replication Option = 0
SET Maximum Pending TCP Connection Requests = 128
SET Maximum Interface MTU = 576
SET Always Allow IP Fragmentation = OFF
SET Use Specified MTU = OFF
SET TCP IP Maximum Small ECBs = 65534
SET TCP Maximum Packet Retransmission = 12
SET TCP Minimum Retransmission Timeout = 2
SET TCP Maximum Initial Window
SET TCP Connection Establishment Timeout = 335
SET TCP Max Port Limit = 54999
SET TCP Nagle Algorithm = OFF
SET TCP Delayed Acknowledgement = OFF
SET Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 50000
SET Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 10000
SET Maximum Physical Receive Packet Size = 4096
SET Maximum Interrupt Events = 50
;
;
; *** Directory Caching ***
;
SET Maximum Concurrent Directory Cache Writes = 500
SET Directory Cache Allocation Wait Time = 1 sec
SET Directory Cache Buffer NonReferenced Delay = 30 sec
SET Maximum Directory Cache Buffers = 200000
SET Minimum Directory Cache Buffers = 1000
SET Maximum Number Of Internal Directory Handles = 1000
SET Maximum Number Of Directory Handles = 100
;
; *** Disk ***
;
SET Enable Disk Read After Write Verify = OFF
SET Enable Hardware Write Back = ON
;
; *** File Caching ***
;
SET Minimum File Cache Buffers = 200
SET Maximum Concurrent Disk Cache Writes = 2000
SET Maximum Concurrent Directory Cache Writes = 500
SET Dirty Disk Cache Delay Time = 0.5 sec
;
; *** Locks ***
;
SET Maximum Record Locks Per Connection = 10000
SET Maximum Record Locks = 100000
;
; *** Miscellaneous ***
;
SET Minimum Service Processes = 500
SET Maximum Service Processes = 1000
SET New Service Process Wait Time = 0.3 sec
SET Garbage Collection Intervall = 5 min
SET Worker Thread Ececute In A Row Count = 15
SET Pseudo Preemption Count = 200
SET Maximum Concurrent Opens Per File and Connection =1000000
SET CPU Hog Timeout Amount = 8 sec
;
; *** NCP ***
;
SET NCP Protocol Preferences = TCP UDP IPX
SET Client File Caching Enabled = OFF
SET Level 2 OpLocks Enabled = OFF
SET NCP over TCP = ON
SET Maximum Outstanding NCP Searches = 500
;
; *** Service Location Protocol ***
;
;SET SLP DA Discovery Options = 4
;SET SLP Cache Timeout = 1800
;SET SLP Enable UA Multicast = ON
;SET SLP Register nwserver = OFF
;SET SLP Scope List = VGV-SCOPE
;
; *** Additional Parameters ***
;
SET File Cache Maximum Size=1073741824
FLUSH CDBE

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\OPTIMI~1.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\PBX.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting PBXpense
load DATEN:david\apps\pbxpense\code\pbxpense



---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\PBX.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\POSTMAN.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David PostMan
load DATEN:david\apps\postman\code\postman

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\POSTMAN.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RCONJ.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
java -version
envset rconjpath=java\lib\rt.jar;java\lib\i18n.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\snapins\core\console.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\lib\rconsolej.jar
envset rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\Lib\slp-sp.zip
envset rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOne.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneCore.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\swing.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\jh.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\collections.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\jgl3.1.0.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\widgets.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\nssl1.2_exp.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\jndi.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\consoleOneExt\njclv2.jar
envset
rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\resources\rconsolej_resources.jar
envset rconjpath=$rconjpath;sys:\public\mgmt\ConsoleOne\1 .2\help

java -classpath $rconjpath;$CLASSPATH
com.novell.application.securerconsolej.RConsoleJAp plication
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RCONJ.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\REPLICA.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David Replica
load DATEN:david\apps\replica\code\replica


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\REPLICA.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RESETJ.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load javawtch.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RESETJ.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RUNSI.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
java -mx128M -ss192K -mp0 -envCWD=sys:\ni\update\bin -classpath $NIPATH
com.novell.application.install.Setup /TEMPLATE=response.sav /OUTPUT_TO_FILE

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\RUNSI.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SCRIPT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Load java
load java.nlm -server

# Set UCS.JAR into CLASSPATH
envset classpath=$classpath;sys:\java\lib\ucs.jar

# PHP search paths
SEARCH ADD SYS:\PHP
SEARCH ADD SYS:\PHP\EXT

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SCRIPT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SECURE.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
################################################## ########
#
# Version: 1.01
# Date: May 14, 1997
#
# This NetWare script file, SECURE.NCF, is the enhanced
# security options configuration file. It chooses the
# options that are required to run NetWare in the trusted
# configuration, which is designed to meet the US Class
# C2 security criteria and the European Class F-C2/E2
# security criteria.
#
# Enhanced security options not required for the trusted
# configuration (not required by C2 and European Class
# F-C2/E2 standards) are also included in this file but are
# commented out. More information regarding enhanced
# security options may be found in the Enhanced Security
# Server Administration manual.
#
# The server may be configured to automatically execute
# this configuration file during server boot after the
# execution of AUTOEXEC.NCF. This can be done by setting
# the set parameter "Enable SECURE.NCF" to ON. This can
# be done from SERVMAN (Server parameters/Miscellaneous
# menu) or in either AUTOEXEC.NCF or STARTUP.NCF. This
# configuration file can also be executed from the NetWare
# Console command line.
#
# Each of the SET parameters in this file (SECURE.NCF) can
# be set individually from the NetWare console command line,
# from SERVMAN, or in AUTOEXEC.NCF.
#
# SECURE.NCF may be modified using EDIT.NLM or another
# ASCII editor. The file is stored in the SYS:/SYSTEM
# directory.
#
# The following commands are required for the trusted
# configuration. Refer to the Utilities Reference manual
# for more information about each of these commands.
#
# The following command configures the server to disallow
# the use of unencrypted passwords. The default value is
# OFF. The trusted configuration value is also OFF.
#
SET Allow Unencrypted Passwords = OFF
#
# The following command configures the server to disallow
# the use of passwords to identify auditors. The default
# value is OFF. The trusted configuration value is also
# OFF.
#
SET Allow Audit Passwords = OFF
#
# The following command configures the server to
# automatically run VREPAIR when a volume fails to mount.
# The default value is ON. The trusted configuration
# value is also ON.
#
SET Automatically Repair Bad Volumes = ON
#
# The following command configures the server to reject
# NCP packets that fail boundary checking. Older client
# utilities may fail if this SET parameter is set to ON.
# The default value is OFF. The trusted configuration
# value is ON.
#
SET Reject NCP Packets with bad lengths = ON
#
# The following command configures the server to disallow
# replication of NetBIOS broadcast packets. The default
# value is 2. The trusted configuration value is 0.
#
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option = 0
#
# The following command configures the server to reject
# NCP packets that fail component checking. Older client
# utilities may fail if this set parameter is set to ON.
# The default value is OFF. The trusted configuration
# value is ON.
#
SET Reject NCP Packets with bad components = ON
#
# The following command configures NetWare Directory
# Services to perform access control checks which are
# not backwards compatiable with previous versions of
# NetWare Directory Services. The default value is OFF.
# The trusted configuration value is ON.
#
# SET Additional Security Checks = ON
#
# The above commands are required for your server to be
# in the trusted configuration, designed to meet the
# Class C2 criteria and the Class F-C2/E2 criteria.
#
################################################## #######


################################################## #######
#
# The following commands provide additional enhanced
# security options that are not required to meet the
# Class C2 criteria and the Class F-C2/E2 criteria.
# These have been commented out but may be enabled by
# removing the comment symbol (# ) from the beginning of
# the line. EDIT.NLM or another ASCII editor may be used
# to edit this file. For more information about each of
# these commands refer to the Utilities Reference manual.
#
# The following command configures NetWare Directory
# Services to enforce the checking of the Equivalent To
# Me attribute during authentication. DSREPAIR must be
# used to synchronize the Equivalence attribute and the
# Equivalent To Me attribute if the Check Equivalent to
# Me parameter is set to ON. Setting this parameter to
# ON will also adversely affect the authentication
# performance. The default value is OFF. For enhanced
# security the value may be set to ON.
#
# SET Check Equivalent to Me = ON
#
# The following command configures the server to reject
# NCP packets that are not signed and to sign all reply
# packets. Setting this parameter to 3 will adversely
# affect the communication performance of the server.
# The default value is 1, which signs NCP packets only if
# required by the client. For enhanced security the
# value may be set to 3.
#
# SET NCP Packet Signature Option = 3
#
# The following command secures the NetWare server
# console in the following ways: it removes DOS paths
# from the search path; it allows only NLMs from the
# search path to be loaded; it disallows the setting of
# certain SET parameters; it prevents the server date and
# time from being changed; and it prevents keyboard entry
# into the operating system debugger. This command does NOT
# remove the requirement that the server console be
# physically secured. By default, SECURE CONSOLE is not
# invoked. For enhanced security SECURE CONSOLE may be
# invoked.
#
# SECURE CONSOLE
#
# The above commands provide enhanced security options
# that are NOT required for your server to be in the
# trusted configuration -- to meet the Class C2
# criteria and the Class F-C2/E2 criteria.
#
################################################## #########

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SECURE.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SMSSTART.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
load smsut.nlm
LOAD SMDR.NLM
LOAD TSAFS.NLM /CacheMemoryThreshold=1 /ReadBufferSize=65535
LOAD TSANDS


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SMSSTART.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SMSSTOP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
unload QMAN
unload TSAFS
unload TSANDS
unload SMSDI
unload volsms
unload SMDR

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SMSSTOP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SNISM.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/smrgstry.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/ScCoper.ham
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/invent.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/srvctrl2.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/snibios.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/unibus.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/sninw.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/sniether.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/hd.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/svscrty.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/sievview.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/fscnorm.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/SCUVALS.nlm
Load SYS:/SYSTEM/SNISM/siestag.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\SNISM.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\STARTUP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
######## End PSM Drivers ########
LOAD IDECD.CDM
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
######## End CDM Drivers ########
LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10012
LOAD FTS150.HAM SLOT=0
######## End HAM Drivers ########
LOAD KEYB.NLM Germany
LOAD CHARSET.NLM CP850

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\STARTUP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TAUDIO.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# Tobit Audio Engine
load DATEN:david\code\taudio\taudio

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TAUDIO.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCADMDN.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
; Description:
; This is a sample NCF file for stopping the web-based administration
server
; for Netware .
;
; This NCF file assumes tomcat is located on the sys volume in the tomcat/4
; directory.
; If different than sys:/tomcat/4/bin then this NCF needs to be MODIFIED to
; reflect to where tomcat was installed.

sys:/tomcat/4/bin/startup stop -config sys:/adminsrv/conf/admin_tomcat.xml

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCADMDN.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCADMUP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
; Description:
; This is a sample NCF file for starting the web-based administration
server
; for Netware.
;
; This NCF file assumes tomcat is located on the sys volume in the
tomcat/4
; directory. If different than sys:/tomcat/4/bin then this NCF needs to
be
; MODIFIED to reflect to where tomcat was installed.

; unset CATALINA_OPTS so that the other instance doesn't increase our memory
; we will need to come up with a better long term solution

setenv
CATALINA_OPTS=-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=sys:/adminsrv/conf/.keystore -Dsun.io.useCanonCaches=false

; we use LDAPVerifier here, to ensure LDAP connectivity before starting up.
; the first argument is a pointer to the config file so that tccheck can
; determine what LDAP host it needs to ping.
; The part in quotes is the command we will be executing.
; the number at the end represents the number of retries to do, a second
apart
java -classpath sys:/adminsrv/tccheck.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.tccheck.LDAPVer ifier
sys:/adminsrv/conf/admin_tomcat.xml "sys:/tomcat/4/bin/startup %1 %2 %3 %4
%5 %6 %7 %8 %9 -config sys:/adminsrv/conf/admin_tomcat.xml" 40


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCADMUP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCEDIR~1.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Integrates Tomcat and eDirectory. This means that Tomcat will be set to
use
# its JNDIRealm for security authentication and authorization. This tool
# also queries the LDAP server for a host certificate, and imports that to
the
# keystore used by Tomcat. Finally, the necessary objects are created in
# eDirectory to implement role-based security using eDirectory groups. Two
# default roles are created (admin and manager, corresponding to the roles
# needed to access /tomcat/admin and /tomcat/manager, respectively.
#
# Required and Optional arguments:
# Arg# Description
# 1 Fully-typed LDAP Context of server object (eg: ou=server,o=myorg)
# 2 Fully-typed LDAP name of user who: (eg: cn=admin,ou=myusers,o=myorg)
# 1) Has rights to create objects in the server context denoted by
th
# first argument
# 2) Is to be added to the default roles created (admin, manager)
# 3 LDAP Context of this user object (eg: ou=myusers,o=myorg)
# 4 (optional) this user's password. If not entered, you will be
# prompted to enter the password with a GUI dialog.
#
# This task is split into separate parts. You can call any one of these
# individually if you wish to only execute one type of functionality. Run
# this java programs with no arguments to get a full usage description.
# note: We've combined the keystore work and the eDirs work since one
relies
# on the other during a clean install (since we need to look into the
keystore
# to do a secure eDirectory connection). Feel free to use the commented-out
# java commands below to run each of those pieces separately.

# adds JNDIRealm to server.xml
java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -serverXML=true -usercontext=%3
-servercontext=%1 -serverxmlpath=sys:\tomcat\4\conf\server.xml -servername=localhost
-secure=true

# pulls the host certificate out of eDirectory, adding it into the keystore
# Also creates Tomcat-Roles in the server context, creates two roles, and
adds
# user as member of that role
# Note: you can change the keystorealias to import certificates from
# different servers and have them not overwrite each other.
java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -keystoreWork=true -keystore=sys:\adminsrv\conf\.keystore
-keystorealias=mykey -keystorePass=apache -serverName=localhost -secure=true
-edirroles=true -servercontext=%1 -username=%2 -userpassword=%4

# same as above, with keystore stuff in separate command.
# pulls the host certificate out of eDirectory, adding it into the keystore
#java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -keystoreWork=true -keystore=sys:\adminsrv\conf\.keystore
-keystorealias=mykey -keystorePass=apache -servername=localhost -secure=true

# same as above, with eDir stuff in separate command.
# Creates Tomcat-Roles in the server context, creates two roles, and adds
# user as member of that role
#java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=sys:/adminsrv/conf/.keystore
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -edirroles=true -servername=localhost
-servercontext=%1 -username=%2 -userpassword=%4

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCEDIR~1.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCKEYGEN.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# This tool queries the LDAP server for a host certificate, and imports that
# to the keystore used by Tomcat.
# Note: There are other functions that EDirectoryIntegrator performs to
# further eDirectory-enable Tomcat. Refer to sys:/system/tcedirint.ncf, or
# execute the java command below with no arguments for a usage description.
# Other possible actions include adding JNDIRealm to server.xml, and
creating
# the necessary security objects in eDirectory (as well as assigning a user
to
# the roles required to access Tomcat's manager and admin applications.
# Note also that you can change the keystorealias to import certificates
from
# different servers and have them not overwrite each other.

# pulls the host certificate out of eDirectory, adding it into the keystore
java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -keystoreWork=true -keystore=sys:\adminsrv\conf\.keystore
-keystorealias=mykey -keystorePass=apache -servername=localhost -secure=true

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCKEYGEN.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCNOANON.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Sets Tomcat up so that it will work with anonymous binds being turned off.
# Specifically, it creates a "public user", adds it as a trustee to the
# Tomcat-Roles container, and then adds that username and password into
# sys:/tomcat/4/conf/server.xml and sys:/tomcat/4/conf/admin_tomcat.xml
#
# Note: Make sure that you secure both of these files more fully after
running
# this utility, since they will contain plain-text passwords.
#
# Required and Optional arguments:
# Arg# Description
# 1 Fully-typed LDAP Context of server object (eg: ou=server,o=myorg)
# 2 Fully-typed LDAP name of user who: (eg: cn=admin,ou=myusers,o=myorg)
# 1) Has rights to create objects in the server context denoted by
th
# first argument
# 2) Is to be added to the default roles created (admin, manager)
# 3 LDAP Context of this user object (eg: ou=myusers,o=myorg)
#

# adds JNDIRealm to server.xml, and admin_tomcat.xml
java -classpath
sys:/adminsrv/lib/tcnwutils.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbldap.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecbsecurity.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/jdom.jar;sys:/adminsrv/lib/ecb.jar
com.novell.application.tomcat.util.EDirectoryInteg rator -serverXML=true -usercontext=%3
-servercontext=%1 -serverxmlpath=sys:\tomcat\4\conf\server.xml -serverxmlpath2=sys:\adminsrv\conf\admin_tomcat.xml
-servername=localhost -secure=true -connectionName=cn=TomcatPublicUser,%1 -edirroles=true
-username=%2 -userpassword=%4

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TCNOANON.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TDEP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Load the NRM plugin
#
Load iscsinrm
#
# Load the virtual file system interface (_admin:\novell\iSCSI)
#
%if env %minor >= 60 then cmd load iscsixml.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TDEP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESERV.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# To Load Timesync at boot uncomment only the line below.
LOAD TIMESYNC
# To load XNTPD at boot uncomment only the line below
#LOAD xntpd

# WARNING : You can either load Timesync or XNTPD.


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESERV.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TINIT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Unload the iSCSI target
#
%if loaded iscsixml then cmd unload iscsixml
%if loaded iscsinrm then cmd unload iscsinrm
%if loaded iscsitar then cmd unload iscsitar
%if loaded iscsilib then cmd unload iscsilib
%if loaded ioctl then cmd unload ioctl
#
# Reload the support NLMs
#
%if !loaded dlog then cmd load dlog.nlm
%if !loaded syslog then cmd load syslog.nlm
%if !loaded ioctl then cmd load ioctl.nlm
%if !loaded iscsilib then cmd load iscsilib.nlm
%if !loaded lldapx then cmd load lldapx.nlm
%if !loaded lldapssl then cmd load lldapssl.nlm
#
# Initialize the iSCSI secret store
#
load iscsitar -i -l %1 -p %2 -s %3
delay 2
#
# Unload the iSCSI target
#
%if loaded iscsitar then cmd unload iscsitar
%if loaded iscsilib then cmd unload iscsilib
%if loaded ioctl then cmd unload ioctl

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TINIT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD001.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File to start
# David Transport Layer Driver
# (Generated by SETUP.EXE)

LOAD DATEN:DAVID\TLD\CODE\CAPI\TLD 001 color


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD001.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD002.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File to start
# David Transport Layer Driver
# (Generated by SETUP.EXE)

LOAD DATEN:DAVID\TLD\CODE\CAPI\TLD 002 color


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD002.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD003.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File to start
# David Transport Layer Driver
# (Generated by SETUP.EXE)
# 17.02.2006 vsammt
# evtl. AIOCOMX laden ???
LOAD DATEN:DAVID\TLD\CODE\CLASS2\TLD 003 color


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TLD003.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TOFF.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Unload the target software if loaded
#
%if loaded iscsixml then cmd unload iscsixml
%if loaded iscsinrm then cmd unload iscsinrm
%if loaded iscsitar then cmd unload iscsitar
%if loaded iscsilib then cmd unload iscsilib
%if loaded ioctl then cmd unload ioctl



---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TOFF.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TON.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Make sure NRM plugin is not loaded
#
%if loaded iscsinrm.nlm then cmd unload iscsinrm
#
# Make sure debug handler has been loaded
#
%if !loaded dlog then cmd load dlog.nlm
%if !loaded dlog then cmd load c:\nwserver\debuglog.nlm
#
# Make sure syslog has been loaded
#
%if !loaded syslog then cmd load syslog.nlm
#
# Load IOCtl Engine
#
%if !loaded ioctl then cmd load ioctl.nlm
#
# Make sure iscsi library has been loaded
#
%if !loaded iscsilib then cmd load iscsilib.nlm
#
# Make sure NetWare ldap extension library has been loaded
#
%if !loaded lldapx then cmd load lldapx.nlm
#
# Make sure NetWare ldap ssl library has been loaded
#
%if !loaded lldapssl then cmd load lldapssl.nlm
#
# Load the target software if on NW6 or greater
#
%if env %minor >= 60 then cmd load iscsitar.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TON.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEIT.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
set dstrace=on
set dstrace=+sync
set dstrace=*h

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEIT.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEOFF.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
set dstrace=off


---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEOFF.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEON.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
set dstrace=on
set dstrace=+sync
set dstrace=*h

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TRACEON.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\UNSNISM.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
unload siestag.nlm
unload SCUVALS.nlm
unload fscnorm.nlm
unload sievview.nlm
unload svscrty.nlm
unload hd.nlm
unload sniether.nlm
unload sninw.nlm
unload unibus.nlm
unload snibios.nlm
unload srvctrl2.nlm
unload invent.nlm
unload ScCoper.ham
unload smrgstry.nlm
unload SWAPP.nlm
unload SWITCH.nlm
unload EMIDENT.nlm
unload EMIDPROM.nlm
unload EMOIDMAP.nlm
unload EMLVC.nlm
unload EMFANEXT.nlm
unload EMDEF.nlm
unload EMDMI.nlm
unload EMSAF.nlm
unload EMSMBUS.nlm
unload EMIPMI.nlm
unload EMSHMIOP.nlm
unload EMCOPER.nlm
unload EMSBBMON.nlm
unload EMSMBI.nlm
unload EMCOPERA.nlm
unload scsbb.nlm
unload hplgsabv.nlm
unload sccoper.nlm
unload sciopdrv.nlm
unload imbdrv.nlm
unload swoff.nlm
unload smrgstry.nlm
unload dmidata.nlm
unload srvctrl.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\UNSNISM.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\UNSV_EM.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\UNSV_EM.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\VCUX.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
java -jar sys:\java\lib\vcuApp.jar
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\VCUX.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\WEBBOX.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# NetWare Command File for starting the
# David WebBox
load DATEN:david\apps\webbox\code\webbox.nlm

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\WEBBOX.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\XINITLD.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD XINIT -nc -mp PROBE -md PROBE sys:/java/nwgfx/nwwminit.ncf

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\XINITLD.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_LDNCS.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Load Novell Cluster Services (NCS) NLMs
# Version for non-SAN configurations (no SBD)

# set developer option = on
set Auto Restart After Abend = 0

clstrlib

vll
gipc
vipx
css

crm

pcluster
cma
cmon
%if !loaded ncssdk then cmd load ncssdk.nlm

cluster join
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_LDNCS.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_LDNCSS.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Load Novell Cluster Services (NCS) NLMs
# Version for SAN configurations (with SBD)

# set developer option = on
set Auto Restart After Abend = 0

clstrlib
sbdlib

vll
gipc
sbd
vipx
css

cvb
crm

pcluster
cma
cmon
%if !loaded ncssdk then cmd load ncssdk.nlm

cluster join
---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_LDNCSS.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_ULDNCS.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Unload Novell Cluster Services (NCS) NLMs
# Version for non-SAN configurations (no SBD)

cluster leave

unload tsafs
unload ncssdk
unload cmon
unload cma
unload pcluster

unload crm

unload css
unload vipx
unload gipc
echo on









#---------------------------------------------------------------+
# |
# Please wait for the Novell Cluster Services NLMs to unload |
# |
#---------------------------------------------------------------+









echo off
delay 60
unload vll

unload clstrlib

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_ULDNCS.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_ULDNCSS.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
# Unload Novell Cluster Services (NCS) NLMs
# Version for SAN configurations (with SBD)

cluster leave

unload tsafs
unload ncssdk
unload cmon
unload cma
unload pcluster

unload crm
unload cvb

unload css
unload vipx
unload sbd
unload gipc
echo on









#---------------------------------------------------------------+
# |
# Please wait for the Novell Cluster Services NLMs to unload |
# |
#---------------------------------------------------------------+









echo off
delay 60
unload vll

unload sbdlib
unload clstrlib

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\_ULDNCSS.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [C:\CONFIG.SYS]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Files=50
Buffers=30
Lastdrive=Z

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:\CONFIG.SYS]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
C:
CD \NWSERVER
SERVER -nl

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [C:STARTUP.NCF]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD ACPIDRV.PSM
######## End PSM Drivers ########
LOAD IDECD.CDM
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
LOAD QLCGEM.CDM
######## End CDM Drivers ########
LOAD IDEATA.HAM SLOT=10011
LOAD MEGA4_XX.HAM SLOT=1
LOAD ADPT160M.HAM SLOT=4
######## End HAM Drivers ########
LOAD KEYB.NLM Germany
LOAD CHARSET.NLM CP850

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:STARTUP.NCF]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** *******************
Top of file. [SYS:_NETWARE\_NDSDB.INI]
---------------------------------------------------------------------

---------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:_NETWARE\_NDSDB.INI]
************************************************** *******************

************************************************** ************************
Top of SET Parameters.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

****************************************
* Communications *
****************************************

IPX CMD Mode Routing = OFF
NIRMan Transaction Time-out Period = 10
SPX Maximum Window Size = 0
SPXS Clear Blocked Queue = 30
SPXS Debug All Messages = 0
SPXS Connection Tear Down Debug = 1
SPXS Connection Setup Debug = 1
IPMGMT Debug = OFF
IPMGMT Push Pull Interval = 2
IPMGMT Fetch Expiry Time = 5
Do Not Initialize IPXCP = OFF
RIP Track Log = OFF
SAP Track Log = OFF
IPXRTR Debug = OFF
Always Pace SAP = OFF
IPXCP Support = OFF
Required Network For Services = OFF
IPX WAN Client Validation = OFF
Load Balance Local LAN = OFF
ISLL Delay = OFF
Force RIP SAP Updates = OFF
NLSP Log = ON
NLSP Packet Drop Rate = 0
NLSP Update Bindery = ON
Global Reset Router = OFF
NLSP Mem Fail Rate = 0
ISLL Log = OFF
ISLL EnterDebugger = OFF
IPX Exit Node =
IPX WAN Client Spoofing Time = 14 MIN 59.7 SEC
ISDB Debug = 0
RIP Debug = 0
ISUL Debug = 0
ISLL TD = 0 SEC
ISLL Debug = OFF
Enable Packet Burst Statistics Screen = OFF
Maximum Pending TCP Connection Requests = 128
PGM Socket Send Buffer Size = 409600
BSD Socket default Buffer Size in Bytes = 32768
Tcp Sockets Debug = 0
IPSEC maximum incoming queue length = 0
IPSEC maximum incoming WorkToDos = 0
Discard Oversized Ping Packets = ON
Largest Ping Packet Size = 10240
Tcp IPCP Debug = 0
Tcp WAN Debug = 0
Tcp ICMP Debug = 0
Tcp ECB Debug = 0
Tcp IP Debug = 0
Maximum Interface MTU = 576
IP Load Sharing = ON
RIP2 aggregation override = OFF
Always Allow IP Fragmentation = OFF
UDP Debug = 0
Tcp RIP Debug = 0
Tcp Arp Debug = OFF
Use Specified MTU = OFF
ip address management override = OFF
Allow IP Address Duplicates = OFF
Allow non local broadcasts = 0
TOS for IP packets = 0
Arp entry update time = 300
Arp entry expiry time = 300
Tcp Ip Maximum Small ECBs = 1024
ICMP Redirect Timeout = 3
Maximum Wait States = 0
Largest UDP Packet Size = 33792
Discard Oversized UDP Packets = ON
TCP UDP Diagnostic Services = OFF
Tcp Maximum Packet Retransmission = 12
TCP Path MTU Black Hole Detection and Recovery = OFF
Tcp Minimum Retransmission Timeout = 2
Tcp Maximum Initial Window = 4
Tcp Connection Establishment timeout = 335
Tcp Trace = 0
TCP Max Port Limit = 54999
Tcp Timer Schedule Rate = 3
TCP Minshall Algorithm = OFF
TCP Nagle Algorithm = ON
TCP Delayed Acknowledgement = ON
Tcp Number Of Preallocated PCBs = 1024
TCP Sack Option = ON
TCP Large Window Option = ON
TCP Defend Land Attacks = ON
TCP Secure ISN = ON
Netlib Maximum Small ECBs = 1024
TCPIP Scheduler Inactive = OFF
DISPLAY CSL OPERATIONAL STATUS = OFF
CALL SUPPORT LAYER DEBUG = OFF
Maximum RIP SAP Events = 100
Allow IPXRTR load in CMD Mode = ON
Allow IPX Bind in CMD Mode = OFF
IPX Router Broadcast Delay = 0
IPX NetBIOS Replication Option = 1
Use Old Watchdog Packet Type = OFF
REPLY TO GET NEAREST SERVER = ON
Connection Table Expansion Count = 16
Dead Connection Timeout = 4.9 SEC
Enable Connection Manager Screen = OFF
Maximum Connection Object Reuse Count = 32
Disable Broadcast Notifications Process = OFF
Disable Watchdog Process = OFF
Enable Watchdog Screen = OFF
Number Of Watchdog Packets = 10
Delay Between Watchdog Packets = 59.3 SEC
Delay Before First Watchdog Packet = 4 MIN 56.6 SEC
Console Display Watchdog Logouts = OFF
Maximum Packet Receive Buffers = 50000
Minimum Packet Receive Buffers = 10000
Maximum Physical Receive Packet Size = 4224
New Packet Receive Buffer Wait Time = 0.1 SEC
Maximum Interrupt Events = 50

****************************************
* Memory *
****************************************

Cache Pool Control Type = 1
Restart Server on Address Space Cleanup Failure = OFF
Memory Protection Abend After Restart Count = OFF
Memory Protection Restart Count = 1
Memory Protection No Restart Interval = 1
Memory Protection Fault Cleanup = ON
VM Allocation Information = OFF
VM Cache Pool Percentage = 80
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages Percentage = 0
VM Cache Pool Free Minimum Pages = 48
VM Cache Pool Free Lots of Pages = 80
VM Cache Pool Free Desired Pages = 64
VM Cache Pool Minimum Pages = 10
VM Cache Pool Maximum Pages = 4294967295
Upper Page IO Threshold = 32
Maximum RSS Pages = 5000
Max Deficit = 256
FS Cache Pool Transfer In Yield Type = 0
FS Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer Out = 4
FS Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer In = 4
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer Out = 5
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer In = 5
FS Cache Pool Minimum Pages = 1000
FS Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer Out = 10
FS Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer In = 10
FS Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer Out = 20000
FS Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer In = 2000
FS Cache Pool LRU Medium = 30
FS Cache Pool LRU Low = 45
FS Cache Pool LRU High = 60
FS Cache Pool Lots of Pages = 1500
FS Cache Pool Desired Pages = 1250
FS Cache Pool Constrain Transfer Out Type = 1
FS Cache Pool Constrain Transfer In Type = 1
FS Cache Pool Blocks Transferred In Before Yield = 10
Dynamic VM Versus Cache Subsystem Differential = OFF
Dynamic Maximum RSS = OFF
Desired VM Versus Cache Subsystem Differential = 0
Deficit Age = 10
Cache Pool Thread Yield Type = 0
Cache Pool Thread Timeout = 5
Cache Pool Pages Transferred Before Yield = 100
Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer Out = 4
Cache Pool Minimum Percentage To Transfer In = 4
Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer Out = 5
Cache Pool Minimum Pages To Transfer In = 5
Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer Out = 10
Cache Pool Maximum Percentage To Transfer In = 10
Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer Out = 20000
Cache Pool Maximum Pages To Transfer In = 10000
Constrain Pages To Transfer Out Type = 0
Constrain Pages To Transfer = 0
Cache Pool Block Transfer Mode = ON
Average Page In Alert Threshold = 2000
VM Garbage Collector Period = 4 MIN 59.9 SEC
VM Garbage Collector Looks = 10000
Interactive Screen Timeout = 59 MIN 58.7 SEC
Wakeup Page Cleaner Delay = 25
Max Page Cleaner Outstanding IOs = 50
Max Page Cleaner Pushes = 1000
Max Page Cleaner Looks = 1000
Min Age Quantum = 1
Max Age Quantum = 60
Init Age Quantum = 5
Elapse Time Ager Interval = 144
Nonlocked Minimum Pages = 5
Low Grow Rate = 2
High Grow Rate = 8
Maximum Pages To Trim = 10
Dynamic Age Quantum = OFF
Engage Ager = ON
APT Free Dirty Page Threshold = 1000
APT Free Clean Page Threshold = 50
VM Debug Screen = OFF
File Cache Maximum Size = 1073741824
File Service Memory Optimization = 1
Logical Space Compression = ON
Garbage Collection Interval = 5 MIN
Alloc Memory Check Flag = OFF
Reserved Buffers Below 16 Meg = 300
Jiggle Memory = OFF
Check Cache = OFF

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* Traditional File System *
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Volume Log File State = 1
Volume TTS Log File State = 1
Volume Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Volume TTS Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
TTS Screen = OFF
Auto TTS Backout Flag = ON
TTS Abort Dump Flag = OFF
TTS UnWritten Cache Wait Time = 1 MIN 5.9 SEC
TTS Backout File Truncation Wait Time = 59 MIN 19.2 SEC
Dirty Directory Cache Delay Time = 0.5 SEC
Directory Cache Allocation Wait Time = 1 SEC
Directory Cache Buffer NonReferenced Delay = 30 SEC
Maximum Directory Cache Buffers = 200000
Minimum Directory Cache Buffers = 1000
Maximum Number Of Internal Directory Handles = 1000
Maximum Number Of Directory Handles = 100
Open Callback Timeout = 29.7 SEC
Maximum Record Locks Per Connection = 10000
Maximum File Locks Per Connection = 2500
Maximum Record Locks = 100000
Maximum File Locks = 200000
Maximum Rights Vector Entry Pool = 128
Read Ahead Enabled = ON
Read Ahead LRU Sitting Time Threshold = 10 SEC
Minimum File Cache Buffers = 200
Maximum Concurrent Disk Cache Writes = 2000
Dirty Disk Cache Delay Time = 0.5 SEC
Minimum File Cache Report Threshold = 20
Maximum Concurrent opens per file and connection = 1000000
Maximum Wait Time For Limbo Space during Volume Mount = 19.8 SEC
Automatically Repair Bad Volumes = ON
Check SubAllocation = OFF
Minimum File Delete Wait Time = 1 MIN 5.9 SEC
File Delete Wait Time = 5 MIN 29.6 SEC
Allow Deletion Of Active Directories = ON
Maximum Percent of Volume Space allowed for Extended Attributes = 10
Maximum Extended Attributes per File or Path = 16
Purge Files On Dismount = OFF
Fast Volume Mounts = ON
Maximum Percent Of Volume Used By Directory = 13
Maximum Subdirectory Tree Depth = 25
Volume Low Warn All Users = ON
Volume Low Warning Reset Threshold = 256
Volume Low Warning Threshold = 256
Turbo FAT Re-Use Wait Time = 5 MIN 29.6 SEC
Compress Screen = OFF
Allow Unowned Files To Be Extended = ON
Auto Mount Mirrored Volume Containing Inactive Device = ON

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* Common File System *
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Maximum Transactions = 10000
Maximum Concurrent Directory Cache Writes = 500
Immediate Purge Of Deleted Files = OFF
Compression Daily Check Stop Hour = 6
Compression Daily Check Starting Hour = 0
Minimum Compression Percentage Gain = 20
Enable File Compression = ON
Maximum Concurrent Compressions = 2
Convert Compressed To Uncompressed Option = 1
Decompress Percent Disk Space Free To Allow Commit = 10
Decompress Free Space Warning Interval = 31 MIN 18.5 SEC
Deleted Files Compression Option = 1
Days Untouched Before Compression = 14

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* Novell Storage Services *
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Mount ISO 9660 multi disc set as one CDDVD volume = OFF
NSS Loads UDF-bridge CD as ISO9660 volume = OFF
NSS Auto Locks CD-DVD Disc in device = OFF
NSS Leaves CD-DVD Volume Objects in NDS = OFF
NSS Auto Update CD-DVD Volume Objects To NDS = OFF
Emulate Classic NetWare Directory Quotas = OFF
Number of buffers reserved per Encrypted Volume = 50
NSS Work To Do Count = 50
NSS Maximum Cache Balance Buffers Per Session = 1024
NSS Cache Balance Timer = 30
NSS Cache Balance Percent = 50
NSS Cache Balance Enable = ON
NSS Buffer Flush Timer = 1
NSS Minimum OS Cache Buffers = 256
NSS Minimum Cache Buffers = 512
NSS File Flush Timer = 10
NSS Closed File Cache Size = 100000
NSS Auth Cache Size = 1024
NSS ASCII Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Enable = ON
NSS Name Cache Size = 100000
NSS Low Volume Space Alerts = ON
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Reset Threshold = 15
NSS Low Volume Space Warning Threshold = 10
NSS Above 4 Gig Memory Percent = 80

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* Disk *
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Auto scan for devices = ON
Auto load of CDM modules = ON
Sequential Elevator Depth = 8
Enable IO Handicap Attribute = OFF
Mirrored Devices Are Out Of Sync Message Frequency = 28
Remirror Block Size = 1
Concurrent Remirror Requests = 32
Ignore Partition Ownership = OFF
Ignore Disk Geometry = OFF
Multi-path Support = OFF
Enable Hardware Write Back = ON
Enable Disk Read After Write Verify = OFF
Auto LFVMount = OFF

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* Time *
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Start Of Daylight Savings Time = (MARCH SUNDAY LAST 2:00:00 AM)
End Of Daylight Savings Time = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST 3:00:00 AM)
Daylight Savings Time Offset = +1:00:00
TIMESYNC Correction Floor = 1
TIMESYNC Configured Sources = ON
TIMESYNC DEBUG = 7
TIMESYNC Immediate Synchronization = OFF
TIMESYNC Maximum Offset = 600
TIMESYNC Offset Ceiling = 315532800
TIMESYNC Polling Count = 3
TIMESYNC Polling Interval = 600
TIMESYNC RESET = OFF
TIMESYNC Restart Flag = OFF
TIMESYNC Service Advertising = ON
TIMESYNC Short Interval = 10
TIMESYNC Synchronization Radius = 2000
TIMESYNC Time Adjustment = None scheduled.
TIMESYNC Time Sources = 172.16.2.26:123;
TIMESYNC Type = SECONDARY
TIMESYNC Max Log File Size = 1048576
TIMESYNC NTP Client Port = 0
Time Zone = CET-1CEST
Default Time Server Type = SECONDARY

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* NCP *
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NCP Exclude IP Addresses = NONE
NCP Include IP Addresses = ALL
NCP over UDP = ON
NCP TCP keep alive interval = 9 MIN 53.2 SEC
Minimum NCP TCP receive window to advertise = 4096
NCP TCP receive window = 23360
Enable UDP Checksums on NCP packets = 1
Enable IPX Checksums = 1
Enable task zero checking = OFF
NCP Packet Signature Option = 1
Level 2 OpLocks Enabled = OFF
Client File Caching Enabled = OFF
NCP Protocol Preferences = TCP UDP IPX
NCP File Commit = ON
Display NCP Bad Component Warnings = OFF
Reject NCP Packets with bad components = OFF
Display NCP Bad Length Warnings = OFF
Reject NCP Packets with bad lengths = OFF
Maximum Outstanding NCP Searches = 500
Allow Remote Command Line Processing = 0
Allow Change To Client Rights = ON
Allow LIP = ON

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* Miscellaneous *
****************************************

Server Failure Notification Name =
RollCall Trace Screen = OFF
Display Incomplete IPX Packet Alerts = ON
Enable SECURE.NCF = OFF
Allow Audit Passwords = OFF
CDBE Flush Time = 4 MIN 56.6 SEC
Enable Event Report Screen = OFF
Command Line Prompt Default Choice = ON
Command Line Prompt Time out = 10
Sound Bell For Alerts = ON
Replace Console Prompt With Server Name = ON
Alert Message Nodes = 20
Classic Work To Do Pre Check Flag = 20
Worker Thread Execute In A Row Count = 10
Halt System On Invalid Parameters = OFF
Display Relinquish Control Alerts = OFF
Display Old API Names = OFF
CPU Hog Timeout Amount = 8 SEC
Developer Option = OFF
Delay EOI Threshold = 200
Delay EOI = ON
Display Spurious Interrupt Alerts Threshold = 200
Display Lost Interrupt Alerts Threshold = 10
Display Spurious Interrupt Alerts = OFF
Display Lost Interrupt Alerts = OFF
Pseudo Preemption Count = 200
Global Pseudo Preemption = ON
Minimum Service Processes = 500
Maximum Service Processes = 1000
Allow Unencrypted Passwords = OFF

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* Error Handling *
****************************************

Server Log File State = 1
Server Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Boot Error Log File State = 3
Boot Error Log File Overflow Size = 4194304
Boot Error Log = ON
Hung Unload Wait Delay = 30 SEC
Auto Restart Down Timeout = 180
Auto Restart After Abend Delay Time = 2
Auto Restart After Abend = 1

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* Directory Services *
****************************************

NDS trace to screen = OFF
NDS trace to file = OFF
NDS Trace Filename = SYSTEM\DSTRACE.DBG
NDS Enable Login Updates = ON
ttf = OFF
DSTrace =
Bindery Context = .OU=Services.O=LK.LK.;LK
NDS external reference life span = 192
NDS inactivity synchronization interval = 60
NDS synchronization restrictions = OFF
NDS servers status = UP/DOWN
NDS janitor interval = 720
NDS Distributed reference link interval = 780
NDS Login Updates Delay = 5
NDS Bindery QOS mask = 8
NDS Bindery QOS delay = 150
NDS backlink interval = 780
NDS trace file length to zero = OFF
NDS bootstrap address =
Check Equivalent To Me = OFF
Default Tree Name = KL

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* Multiprocessor *
****************************************

System Threshold = 1536
Auto Clear Interrupt Statistics = ON
Auto Start Processors = ON

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* Service Location Protocol *
****************************************

SLP Exclude IP Addresses = NONE
SLP Include IP Addresses = ALL
SLP Agent IP Address = FIRST
SLP API Handicap = 50
SLP Maximum Memory Percent = 15
SLP Cache Timeout = 120
SLP Enable UA Multicast = ON
SLP Version Mode = 0
SLP Register nwserver = ON
SLP nwserver NLM names = OFF
SLP Maximum WTD = 32
SLP Maximum WTD Queue = 15000
SLP Reset = OFF
SLP Scope List =
SLP Static Scope List = ON
SLP Close Idle TCP Connections Time = 300
SLP DA Heart Beat Time = 10800
SLP DA Event Timeout = 15
SLP MCA Timeout = 16
SLP SA Default Lifetime = 3600
SLP Retry Count = 3
SLP Debug = 0
SLP Rediscover Inactive Directory Agents = 60
SLP Multicast Radius = 255
SLP DA Discovery Options = 2
SLP MTU Size = 1450
SLP Broadcast = OFF
SLP TCP = OFF

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* Power Management *
****************************************

Power Button Mode = 1
Power Down Delay = 30 SEC
Server Power Down Options = 30 SEC

****************************************
* Licensing Services *
****************************************

NLS Search Type = 0
NLS REPORT DATA = ON
NLSTRACE DETAIL = 1
Store NetWare 5 Conn SCL MLA usage in NDS = OFF
NLSTRACE = 0

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