Re: Cannot start discovering
The error message you are getting is about memory and paging space, not
about disk space. You should have at least twice as much paging space
allocated as you have real memory. Do lscfg | grep mem and add up what
you get back. That's your real memory. Then do lsps -s and see what
you have for paging space. Then go allocate more. You can use SMIT --
File Systems -- Logical Volume manager -- Paging Space to do it.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
John Azir <john_azir@HOTMAIL.COM> on 08/21/98 05:28:59 AM
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Subject: Cannot start discovering
When I start Tme 10 Netview 5.0 for the first time the ip-internet
icon it doesn4t appear. And the server is discovered blue colored. The
error that nv6000.log archive reports is the next one:
Could not load program /usr/OV/bin/ipmap
Error was: Not enough space
But there isn't any filesystem over 60% of ocupation.
The machine cannot discover anything in our net. If anyone can help me
I'd be very pleased.
Thank you everybody in advance.
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