Here's my "shot in the dark": I would check the OS tunable dealing with inode and related settings such as nfile. It's been over a year since I attempted to tune any HPUX kernels.
Since the &COMO& file is a type 1/19 it's a Unix directory so has limitations dealing with the native OS. Now, someone correct my ignorance so I can learn, too. On Tue, 2004-01-27 at 15:05, Robert Porter wrote: > This has happened a couple of times now. The &COMO& file somehow becomes "corrupt" - for the lack of a better explaination. Any attempt to edit a record in it results in a severely hung process. You won't be able to break out of it. MASTER OFF (usernumber) doesn't work. A standard kill at the Unix level won't touch it either. It will take a kill -9 to get rid of the user. > > This is on a UniVerse 188.8.131.52 box running under HP-UX 11.0. It's run fine for a couple of years now, and has recently (past few months) begun strange occurances like this. It's also periodically corrupted a few dynamic type files as well. On those, it simple would fail with a Fault Type X (11/13 IIRC). Anyone experienced anything like this before? > > TIA, > Robert > ---- > > _______________________________________________ > u2-users mailing list > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users -- Karl L. Pearson Director of IT, ATS Industrial Supply Direct: 801-978-4429 Toll-free: 888-972-3182 x29 Fax: 801-972-3888 http://www.atsindustrial.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users