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OpenVMS System Management Techniques, Tools ... - OpenMPE

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OpenVMS System Management Techniques, Tools, & Tricks F. Arthur Cochrane Senior System Admin CSX Technology

  • Page 2 and 3: Outline • DCL Techniques • Netw
  • Page 4 and 5: DCL Techniques • DCL Control Key
  • Page 6 and 7: DCL Uptime Command • A simple “
  • Page 8 and 9: Bit Assignment for Strings • vari
  • Page 10 and 11: F$ELEMENT • Technique learned fro
  • Page 12 and 13: F$FAO • F$FAO(control string,argu
  • Page 14 and 15: Batch Resubmit $ submit_time=f$cvti
  • Page 16 and 17: F$MODE • F$MODE() returns one of
  • Page 18 and 19: Foreign Commands • Foreign comman
  • Page 20 and 21: DCL$PATH • In VMS 6.2 a new logic
  • Page 22 and 23: One Difference in Methods • With
  • Page 24 and 25: Utility Initialization Files • Ma
  • Page 26 and 27: One File Executes Itself • On DEC
  • Page 28 and 29: Maintain one file • Instead of se
  • Page 30 and 31: Defining Group Logicals at Startup
  • Page 32 and 33: Example Group Logical File $! Defin
  • Page 34 and 35: SET_NEWUSER.COM $ save_verify=f$ver
  • Page 36 and 37: OpenVMS Feature • STARTUP$INTERAC
  • Page 38 and 39: SET WATCH • SET WATCH is an unsup
  • Page 40 and 41: To Use the Program • Logical CD$D
  • Page 42 and 43: OPCOM Window • Output OPCOM messa
  • Page 44 and 45: OPCOM to the Message Window Step 2
  • Page 46 and 47: OPCOM in a DECterm • This can be
  • Page 48 and 49: Some DECwindows command modificatio
  • Page 50 and 51: VUE$EDIT.COM • Modify to give a 4
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    Using DECwindows Motif for OpenVMS

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    SHOW DISPLAY Undocumented Qualifier

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    Logical for Banner for Print Jobs

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    GNV UNIX Commands 70 commands: ar c

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    Without the PIPE command $! Impleme

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    A good PIPE example $! Counting rec

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    DEC/Compaq/HP supplied TCP/IP comma

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    vi like editor • Vile is a vi clo

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    Multinet • Our site uses this for

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    UCX • TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS

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    FAL Logging • In the SYLOGIN or t

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    NET_DCL.COM • Two command procedu

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    Parts of command procedure (2) •

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    Other Optional Parameters • P2 is

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    How to use • Command procedure sh

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    OPCOM Message %%%%%%%%%%% OPCOM 24-

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    Message Contents • Process PID

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    SYSMAN • STARTUP SET OPTIONS •

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    STARTUP CHECKPOINTING • I like th

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    STARTUP FILE • SYSMAN uses the da

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    sort_vms$layered.srt ! SORT_VMS$LAY

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    Startup Database • Two database f

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    Where the SY*.COM file execute •

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    Shutdown Minimum Minutes • SHUTDO

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    Shutdown Account Username: SHUTDOWN

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    Shutdown Parameter Note • Note th

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    System Information • DISK_SNOOPY.

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    Procedure Output Node SADCSA - VAXs

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    MACRO_SNOOPY.MAR • This program c

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    Additions Needed • Need to add CL

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    Program Output • Note this is a 8

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    Logical Name Table Outline • Norm

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    Logical Name Search Table • Norma

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    Warning! Danger Will Robinson! •

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    Trusted Logical Name Search Table

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    Add the to the search list with sub

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    Do as Digital says not as they do

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    Summary • Your own system logical

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    What is a Pseudo Disk? Another name

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    Translation Qualifiers • "USER_DI

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    What the Procedure does for the Sys

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    Command Procedure Description • P

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    Description Continued 2 • If P2 w

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    Calling Procedure from SYSTARTUP_V5

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    More Uses • New mega-gig disk arr

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    Pseudo Disk for DECnet • Also can

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    Summary • Ease the editing of the

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    Another good user logical - SYS_LOG

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    SYS$SYSROOT Outline • How can the

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    New Definition for SYS$SYSROOT "SYS

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    SYS_MANAGER Usage • SYS_MANAGER i

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    SY*.COM Files $if f$trnlnm("sys_man

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    SYS_HELP Usage • SYS_HELP is the

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    Additional Logical for Databases DA

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    Summary • Ease the editing of the

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    StorageWorks Command Console • Li

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    StorageWorks Command Console • Li

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    StorageWorks Command Console • Ma

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    StorageWorks Command Console HP Wor

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    Sources for Files • AMDS and Avai

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    AMDS Startup • Start AMDS with

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    Availability Manager • Windows NT

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    eXcursion Installation • Run the

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    HP World 2004 - Seminar 4063 198

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    Display AMDS Information • When l

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    AMDS • Now here are some AMDS dis

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    OpenVMS Management Tools • PC cli

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    Install and Startup • Install wit

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    Install PC client files • Run the

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    Speaker Contact Information • F.

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