Hello: After my first upgrade to OES/NW I see that the installation
placed a bunch of startup commands at the bottom of the autoexec.ncf
file. I like a nice orderly and well documented autoexec.ncf so I can
figure out what it is doing. Below is the autoexec.ncf file:

# SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF
# -----------------------

# Time settings.
SET TIME ZONE = EST5EDT
SET DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME OFFSET = 1:00:00
SET START OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST 2:00:00 AM)
SET END OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST 2:00:00 AM)

# Begin logging.
LOAD CONLOG FILE=SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.LOG ARCHIVE=YES ENTIRE=YES

# Note: The Time zone information mentioned above
# should always precede the SERVER name.
# WARNING!!
FILE SERVER NAME xxxxxxxxxxx
; SERVERID xxxxxxxxxx
# WARNING!!
# If you change the name of this server, you must update
# all the licenses that are assigned to this server. Using
# NWAdmin, double-click on a license object and click on
# the Assignments button. If the old name of
# this server appears, you must delete it and then add the
# new server name. Do this for all license objects.

# 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

# Old networking configuration section.
; LOAD TCPIP
; LOAD CE100B.LAN SLOT=2 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=CE100B_1_EII
; BIND IP CE100B_1_EII addr=xxxxxxxxxxx mask=255.255.255.0

# Mount the filesystems.
MOUNT ALL
IPMINIT.NCF

# Opportunistic Locking set parameter(s)
SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED = ON
SET LEVEL 2 OPLOCKS ENABLED = ON

# Java settings.
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NJCLV2\BIN
SEARCH ADD SYS:\NI\UPDATE\BIN

LOAD NICISDI.XLM
LOAD SASDFM.XLM
LOAD SAS.NLM
LOAD PKI.NLM
LOAD NLDAP.NLM

load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"

# Storage Management Services components required for Backup.
SMSSTART.NCF

# Startup basic server utilities.
LOAD NWCONFIG.NLM
LOAD MONITOR.NLM
LOAD SCRSAVER.NLM AUTO CLEAR DELAY=300; NO PASSWORD
LOAD RCONAG6 guhclef 2034 -1 2036

# Startup the DNS and DHCP servers.
LOAD NAMED.NLM
LOAD DHCPSRVR.NLM

# Startup the Apache server for browser management.
;TOMCAT33.NCF
;SEARCH ADD SYS:\TOMCAT\4\BIN
;TOMCAT4.NCF
# Apache is now the NetWare Web Manager server.

# eDirectory Toolkit.
LOAD EMBOX.NLM

# Startup NAAS agent and shims (in that order).
;ST_AGENT.NCF
;LOAD FSSHIM.NLM
;LOAD NSSSHIM.NLM
;LOAD DSSHIM.NLM

# Startup Global Array Manager
LOAD GAMSERV.NLM
LOAD GAMEVENT.NLM -h 10.1.1.199
LOAD GAMEVLOG.NLM -f sys:\public\gamevlog.log
LOAD GAMAGENT.NLM

# Native File Access For Unix.

# Startup the ZfD4 Imaging service.

# Startup CA's ARCServe push agent.
?Y NWAGENT.NCF

# Startup CA's eTrust Anti-Virus scanner.
?Y ETRUSTAV.NCF

# Startup APC's PowerChute network shutdown application.
?Y APCPCNS.NCF

# Startup the GUI.
; STARTX

# Stop logging the system console.
?Y UNLOAD CONLOG.NLM
SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
BSTART.NCF
LOAD PORTAL.NLM
LOAD NDSIMON.NLM
# -- Added by AFP Install --
AFPSTRT.NCF
# -- End of AFP Install --
# -- Added by CIFS Install --
CIFSSTRT.NCF
# -- End of CIFS Install --
SYS:/BIN/UNIXENV.NCF

#---Added by rcd.rpm install ---
SEARCH ADD sys:/usr/sbin

#---Added by rug.rpm install ---
SEARCH ADD sys:/usr/bin
# Loading Posix Semantic Agent
PSA
# -- Added by Scripting Install --
SCRIPT.NCF
# -- Added by Scripting Install --
SCRIPT.NCF
SEARCH ADD SYS:\APACHE2
AP2WEBUP
#Apache2 is now the admin server
ADMSRVUP
# tc4admin begin
SEARCH ADD SYS:/tomcat/4/bin
tcadmup.ncf
# tc4admin end
# tomcat4 begin
sys:/tomcat/4/bin/tomcat4.ncf
# tomcat4 end
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix---
nfsstart
#---Added By Native File Access For Unix END---
openwbem.ncf
zfdstart.ncf


So, all the "new" stuff gets added after conlog gets unloaded. Should
I reorder as I see fit, or are there load order constraints???

Chris.