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Dear Sir,

      I have configured a sun Enterprise 420r server with two internal 17gb hard disk with 1GB ram and 2 450mhz processors with storedgeA1000 with raid5 as a database server with solaris8 and oracle81.I was trying to connect this machine to an HPnetserver running oracle8,forms6i to be used as an application server which is acting as a domain controller and the sun solaris server is configured as a member server to the hp server.While booting up the sun server I am getting the following error messages and I am not able to map each others files or directories across each other.I also have SSP which is configured in the sun server.The error messages are displayed below:-

 Syslog service starting
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved
Syslogd:/var/opt/SUNWssp/.ssp_private/machine_server_fifo - no reader
( the message is repeated one more time)
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved
Syslogd:/var/opt/SUNWssp/.ssp_private/machine_server_fifo - no reader

NetBios   Network Initilization start ......

Sun NetBios: No Active network adapter found.
  NetBios Network Initilalization Failed
WARNING: There are no 'nf' devices plumbed and up.
   Unable to start NF FDDI SMT/SNM daemon.
WARNING:  There are no 'pf' devices plumbed and up.
   Unable to start PF FDDI SMT/SNM daemon.
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved.
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved.
Syslog service starting.
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved.
Syslogd:line 24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved.
Syslogd:syslogd pid 828 already running.Cannot start another.
Syslogd: pid 840
Syslogd:line24:WARNING:loghost could not be resolved.
 
     Please help me in the above regard now.
                            Thanking you in advance.
                                Chanchal Antony

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I am not familiar with that particular setup
but the loghost error is usually due to a missing entry
in the hosts table (/etc/hosts)

usually i'd have something like this:

127.0.0.1 localhost loghost

or

my.machine.ip.address nodename nodename.domain.name loghost

if you do have the 2nd entry, then that means that
your network is not running, the 2nd part of the message
confirms this as there are no nf/pf devices that are up

check your network configuration and make sure you configured
the right card.

tc
-nick
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