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Subject: Re: ipmapBailout
From: James_Shanks@tivoli.com
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2000 13:34:44 -0400

ipmap exits when it reaches a condition under which it cannot continue.
Sometimes the preceding messages may help determine why it stopped ("bailed out"
of the GUI, like the way that a parachutist "bails out" of an airplane) but
usually you would, and should, call Support for assistance if this happens
frequently.  ipmap is usually restarted by ovw (unless you have changed the
registration file) after a bailout.

The only reason that I know of for a bailout that you could fix yourself, would
be if your system environment does not provide enough resources to run the
NetView GUI by default.  On UNIX  if you are starting the GUI from the command
line with the command "netview" and ipmap won't stay up, you should check your
ulimits.  Do a "ulimit -a" from the same window you start the GUI from.  Does it
show that the data size, stack size, and memory are all unlimited?  If not try
typing in
ulimit -d unlimited
ulimit -s unlimited
ulimit -m unlimited
Then try "ulimit -a" again and see how you did.

If this doesn't help, please call Support

James Shanks
Team Leader, Level 3 Support
 Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT

Jordi Pons <jordi.pons@eltec.es> on 08/03/2000 12:50:56 PM

Please respond to IBM NetView Discussion <nv-l@tkg.com>

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Subject:  [NV-L] ipmapBailout

what does it mean an ipmapBailout error and what can cause to?

Jordi Pons Orteu
debis IT Services - Eltec S.A.

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