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  1. #1
    Neil Rashbrook NNTP User

    Which NLM writes to HEALTH.LOG?

    On a NetWare 6.0 sp2 server (I'm downloading sp5 in case it will help)
    attempting to delete HEALTH.LOG via either Netware Remote Manager or
    Netware Toolbox fails, and Monitor shows that connection 0 has the file
    open. Another post suggested that PORTAL.NLM needs to be reloaded but I
    tried that and it still cannot be deleted. Anyone got any other ideas
    please?

  2. #2
    Massimo Rosen NNTP User

    Re: Which NLM writes to HEALTH.LOG?

    Hi,

    Neil Rashbrook wrote:
    >
    > On a NetWare 6.0 sp2 server (I'm downloading sp5 in case it will help)
    > attempting to delete HEALTH.LOG via either Netware Remote Manager or
    > Netware Toolbox fails, and Monitor shows that connection 0 has the file
    > open. Another post suggested that PORTAL.NLM needs to be reloaded but I
    > tried that and it still cannot be deleted. Anyone got any other ideas
    > please?


    It's portal itself. So to delete this file, portal has to be completely
    unloaded while deleting it.

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  3. #3
    Neil Rashbrook NNTP User

    Re: Which NLM writes to HEALTH.LOG?

    Massimo Rosen wrote:
    > Neil Rashbrook wrote:
    >
    >> On a NetWare 6.0 sp2 server (I'm downloading sp5 in case it will help) attempting to delete HEALTH.LOG via either Netware Remote Manager or Netware Toolbox fails, and Monitor shows that connection 0 has the file open. Another post suggested that PORTAL.NLM needs to be reloaded but I tried that and it still cannot be deleted. Anyone got any other ideas please?
    >>

    > It's portal itself. So to delete this file, portal has to be completely unloaded while deleting it.
    >

    Monitor shows HEALTH.LOG as locked open even when PORTAL.NLM is
    unloaded, so am I incorrectly unloading portal?

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