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SERVER CONSTANTLY ABENDS - (EIP in FILESYS.NLM)

Hello -

We are at our wit's end with a Netware server that ran fine up to about a year and a half ago.  It started to abend I believe after installing SP 5 or 6 and despite applying the latest Service Packs to it, we cannot seem to get the system to stabalize.

We have added, swapped, upgraded and downgraded memory.  Right now it has 768 MB of memory in it. We are running Brighstore 9.1, Groupwise 5.5 (SP5), SAV 9.0, Web Server, and file/print services on this system.  I suspect it has something to do with users accessing one or more services on the server as we can run all weekend with no problems and even through a day or two sometimes during the week, but usually between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM (sometimes earlier, sometimes later - but always between 8:00 and 5:00) the server experiences one or more critical errors.  Normally the first is not recorded, but the second is.  Either way the abend log pretty much always looks like the one below:


*********************************************************

Server MYSERVER halted Tuesday, April 5, 2005  11:40:00.694 am
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.00l: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code 00000000)

Registers:
    CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
    EAX = B9C2B540 EBX = 33333333 ECX = D05F0904 EDX = D05F0904
    ESI = C7DC97E0 EDI = CF04EC40 EBP = C7DC9780 ESP = C72BBF3C
    EIP = D0B25046 FLAGS = 00010006
    D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]=?
    EIP in FILESYS.NLM at code start +0005D046h
    Access Location: 0x3333333B

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]
D0B25049 39D6           CMP     ESI,EDX
D0B2504B 744E           JZ      D0B2509B
D0B2504D 89D3           MOV     EBX,EDX
D0B2504F EBF1           JMP     D0B25042
D0B25051 C7463000000000 MOV     [ESI+30],00000000
D0B25058 C7460C00000000 MOV     [ESI+0C],00000000
D0B2505F 5D             POP     EBP
D0B25060 5E             POP     ESI
D0B25061 5B             POP     EBX


Running process: Server 16 Process
Created by: NetWare Application
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: C72BBF88
OS Stack limit: C72B4040
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 50500F0  (Waiting for work)
Stack: --C7DC9780  ?
       --00000070  ?
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       D0B22ADA  (FILESYS.NLM|WakeStation+9A)
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       -D05549E4  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+30)
       CE709790  (NCPIP.NLM|ReplyKeepNoFragmentsWithStation+0)
       -CE71C6F0  (NCPIP.NLM|replyVector+0)
       --00000007  ?
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       D0B22A04  (FILESYS.NLM|wakestns+18)
       --00000000  ?
       D0B229E7  (FILESYS.NLM|cleardelay+7B)
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       D0B22A0A  (FILESYS.NLM|wakestns+1E)
       FC10A6CA  (SERVER.NLM|InitializeAESProcessManager+9A)
       -D05549E4  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+30)
       FC1088D1  (SERVER.NLM|StartWorkToDo+91)
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000005  ?
       --D0BA46A0  ?
       --D00E3210  ?
       FC007DD4  (SERVER.NLM|WorkerThread+94)
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --C3F44700  ?
       FC01F9E2  (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+26)
       --C3F44700  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --C72B4000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       
   Stack dump exceeded the valid memory limit

Additional Information:
    The CPU encountered a problem executing code in FILESYS.NLM.  The problem may be in that module or in data passed to that module by a process owned by SERVER.NLM.

Loaded Modules:
TSANDS.NLM       TSA for Novell eDirectory 7.x, 8.x
  Version 10551.46    December 1, 2003
  Code Address: B805D000h  Length: 0001254Ch
  Data Address: D621D000h  Length: 00001410h
SCCLO.NLM        HTML Export Localization Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: BC630000h  Length: 00000244h
  Data Address: BC5B2000h  Length: 00009450h
TSA500.NLM       NetWare 5.1 Target Service Agent
  Version 5.05i   April 16, 2004
  Code Address: C3DF6000h  Length: 00027FC3h
  Data Address: C78BB000h  Length: 000052F0h
NAVENG.NLM       Symantec AntiVirus NAVENG External Module
  Version 1.00t   December 30, 2004
  Code Address: C30A6000h  Length: 000121EFh
  Data Address: D6FC3000h  Length: 00000910h
NAVEX15.NLM      Symantec AntiVirus Navex15 External Module
  Version 1.00v   December 30, 2004
  Code Address: C3A57000h  Length: 00091063h
  Data Address: C74FB000h  Length: 00008B88h
ECOMSRVR.NLM     ECOMSRVR
  Version 1.00    February 7, 2005
  Code Address: C2720000h  Length: 0001E062h
  Data Address: D6F4D000h  Length: 00000C7Ch
GWWEB.NLM        GroupWise LCGI Web Server Extension
  Version 5.55    November 29, 2001
  Code Address: C2188000h  Length: 000122FAh
  Data Address: C62E9000h  Length: 000052DBh
TAPEALRT.NLM     Tape Alert 2.1 SNMP Agent For NetWare (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C5569000h  Length: 0000A27Dh
  Data Address: C5575000h  Length: 000021C0h
STANDARD.NLM     BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Standard Tape Support (Build 617.007 02/19/04)
  Version 9.01    February 19, 2004
  Code Address: C5774000h  Length: 0000E6BEh
  Data Address: C5784000h  Length: 000989ACh
UNIDMSVR.NLM     CA Universal RPC Device Manager (Build 617.001 01/09/04)
  Version 9.01    January 9, 2004
  Code Address: C558A000h  Length: 00023BCFh
  Data Address: C55AF000h  Length: 00004F06h
VALIDATE.NLM     BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 ARCserve Validation Module (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C53F9000h  Length: 000003CDh
  Data Address: C53FB000h  Length: 000001A0h
TAPESVR.NLM      BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Tape Driver (Build 617.007 02/19/04)
  Version 9.01    February 19, 2004
  Code Address: C561B000h  Length: 0007F998h
  Data Address: C5493000h  Length: 00045488h
DISCOVER.NLM     CA Discovery Module (Build 617.006 02/11/04)
  Version 9.01    February 11, 2004
  Code Address: C5176000h  Length: 00012A5Ah
  Data Address: C54F5000h  Length: 0004111Ch
UNIDB.NLM        CA Universal Database Manager (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C5480000h  Length: 00011678h
  Data Address: C2120000h  Length: 00002B70h
POOLUTIL.NLM     CA File System Pool Utility Module (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C1829000h  Length: 00000A9Eh
  Data Address: C182B000h  Length: 0000007Ch
UNIQSVR.NLM      CA Universal RPC Queue Manager (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C5400000h  Length: 000224F8h
  Data Address: C386A000h  Length: 000129A8h
ARCSERVE.NLM     BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Scheduler (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C5118000h  Length: 0004F077h
  Data Address: C5229000h  Length: 0002244Ch
SMDR.NLM         SMS - Storage Data Requestor
  Version 6.54a   October 7, 2004
  Code Address: C533F000h  Length: 0003FA3Ch
  Data Address: C528B000h  Length: 00008C88h
ASDB.NLM         BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Database (Build 617.006 02/11/04)
  Version 9.01    February 11, 2004
  Code Address: C17C2000h  Length: 0002E116h
  Data Address: C31C7000h  Length: 000156C0h
CATIRPC.NLM      CA RPC Interface (Build 614.008 09/18/03)
  Version 9.01    September 18, 2003
  Code Address: C1483000h  Length: 000132C4h
  Data Address: C29F7000h  Length: 0001A178h
CANWPABD.NLM     BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Board Driver (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C4320000h  Length: 00008B49h
  Data Address: C432A000h  Length: 00004630h
BOARDSVR.NLM     BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Board Server (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C42FE000h  Length: 000034EFh
  Data Address: C4303000h  Length: 00000C30h
CANWPA.CDM       BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI CDM Device Driver (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.00    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C42FB000h  Length: 00001BBAh
  Data Address: 1D2BA000h  Length: 00006710h
CSDBAPIB.NLM     ARCserve Database API (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
  Version 9.01    September 2, 2003
  Code Address: C42B3000h  Length: 0000374Ch
  Data Address: C42B8000h  Length: 00005620h
ECOMLODR.NLM     ECOMLODR
  Version 1.00    June 27, 2003
  Code Address: C3A17000h  Length: 00000BB1h
  Data Address: C3354000h  Length: 000100D0h
I2_LDVP.NLM      Symantec NAVAPI Interface NLM
  Version 9.00    December 30, 2004
  Code Address: C3932000h  Length: 000BB665h
  Data Address: C34D7000h  Length: 00051C30h
RTVSCAN.NLM      Symantec Runtime Virus Protect NLM
  Version 9.00    December 30, 2004
  Code Address: C35EB000h  Length: 000A4800h
  Data Address: C3691000h  Length: 000CCF98h
SNMPHNDL.NLM     Intel LANDesk SNMP Trap Alert Handler
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C342B000h  Length: 00000B77h
  Data Address: C342D000h  Length: 00001922h
NLMXHNDL.NLM     Intel LANDesk Load NLM Handler
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C33FE000h  Length: 00000377h
  Data Address: C3400000h  Length: 000004FCh
BCSTHNDL.NLM     Intel LANDesk Broadcast Alert Handler
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C33D8000h  Length: 00000437h
  Data Address: C33DA000h  Length: 00001114h
IAO.NLM          Intel LANDesk Alert Originator
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C3366000h  Length: 0000A4C7h
  Data Address: C3372000h  Length: 000370A0h
HNDLRSVC.NLM     Intel LANDesk Handler Manager
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C31F3000h  Length: 00002F3Ch
  Data Address: C31F7000h  Length: 00000AE0h
AMSLIB.NLM       Intel LANDesk AMS Library
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C3127000h  Length: 00002827h
  Data Address: C312B000h  Length: 000007D8h
MSGSYS.NLM       no description
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C3070000h  Length: 00007F07h
  Data Address: C30D5000h  Length: 00001B04h
NLSTRAP.NLM      NetWare License Server Trap
  Version 5.02    July 26, 2001
  Code Address: C2EEF000h  Length: 000028EEh
  Data Address: C2FFD000h  Length: 00000689h
NLSFLAIM.NLM     NLS FLAIM Database Engine
  Version 5.02    July 31, 2001
  Code Address: C2F66000h  Length: 00071D97h
  Data Address: C2FD9000h  Length: 00006FB4h
PDS.NLM          no description
  Version 6.12    August 13, 2004
  Code Address: C2E89000h  Length: 00003D67h
  Data Address: C2E8E000h  Length: 00002348h
NLSADPT2.NLM     NLS and Metering adapter for iManager 2.0 plugin
  Version 2.00    September 9, 2003
  Code Address: C23B7000h  Length: 0000665Dh
  Data Address: C23BF000h  Length: 00000E7Dh
NLSLRUP.NLM      NLS - Usage Metering
  Version 4.01d   August 27, 2003
  Code Address: C187B000h  Length: 0003B9EAh
  Data Address: C18B8000h  Length: 00010AB0h
HWDETECT.NLM     Novell Hardware Insertion/Removal Detection
  Version 1.18e   January 23, 2003
  Code Address: C2340000h  Length: 00002B33h
  Data Address: C2344000h  Length: 00000D50h
VPREG.NLM        Symantec VPRegistry NLM
  Version 9.00    December 30, 2004
  Code Address: C2156000h  Length: 00005BD6h
  Data Address: C215D000h  Length: 000021F4h
DHCPSRVR.NLM     DHCP Server
  Version 3.13e   October 25, 2004
  Code Address: C173F000h  Length: 00022F38h
  Data Address: C16DD000h  Length: 0000BC48h
IPCLINFO.NLM     IP Client Info Module  17Dec99
  Version 1.11a   December 17, 1999
  Code Address: C20A1000h  Length: 00000F1Ch
  Data Address: C20A3000h  Length: 00000490h
CSAUDIT.NLM      CSLIB: Audit Trail Facility  
  Version 3.05    April 5, 1999
  Code Address: C149E000h  Length: 00009F04h
  Data Address: C2050000h  Length: 0000169Ch
PWRCHUTE.NLM     PowerChute PLUS for NetWare UPS Monitor
  Version 4.33    March 23, 1999
  Code Address: C16F6000h  Length: 0003768Eh
  Data Address: C172F000h  Length: 0000E7F8h
GWINTER.NLM      GroupWise Web Access Server
  Version 5.55    November 29, 2001
  Code Address: C14B1000h  Length: 0001EF55h
  Data Address: C1FE1000h  Length: 00007E9Ch
GWCMC.NLM        GroupWise Common Messaging Calls Agent
  Version 5.55    November 29, 2001
  Code Address: C1638000h  Length: 00039182h
  Data Address: C1673000h  Length: 0000E740h
SCCEX.NLM        HTML Export Export Interface Module
  Version 7.10    August 9, 2001
  Code Address: C1521000h  Length: 000114F4h
  Data Address: C1FA5000h  Length: 000003D0h
SCCDA.NLM        HTML Export Data Access Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: C1F82000h  Length: 00003D04h
  Data Address: C1F87000h  Length: 00000040h
SCCFA.NLM        HTML Export Filter Access Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: C1F6B000h  Length: 00001D64h
  Data Address: C1F6E000h  Length: 000002B0h
SCCCH.NLM        HTML Export Chunker Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: C1515000h  Length: 0000A194h
  Data Address: C1F48000h  Length: 00000660h
SCCFI.NLM        HTML Export File Identification Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: C0545000h  Length: 0000DFA4h
  Data Address: C1F32000h  Length: 00002D80h
SCCUT.NLM        HTML Export Utility Module
  Version 7.10    August 1, 2001
  Code Address: C15F1000h  Length: 0001A524h
  Data Address: C160D000h  Length: 0000EE10h
GWIA.NLM         gwia
  Version 5.55    November 29, 2001
  Code Address: C1553000h  Length: 0009C02Ah
  Data Address: C052A000h  Length: 0000C328h
GWENN15.NLM      Novell GroupWise Common Libraries
  Version 5.55    October 24, 2001
  Code Address: C1982000h  Length: 002DA36Eh
  Data Address: C1C5E000h  Length: 000BB34Ah
GWPOA.NLM        Novell GroupWise Post Office Agent
  Version 5.55    December 18, 2001
  Code Address: C05C2000h  Length: 0003555Bh
  Data Address: C0F6A000h  Length: 000058E8h
UNI_1252.NLM     NetWare Unicode conversion API for code page 1252, V1.01
  Version 1.01    July 23, 1998
  Code Address: C0F45000h  Length: 000001B7h
  Data Address: C0F47000h  Length: 0000084Ch
GWMTA.NLM        Novell GroupWise Message Transfer Agent
  Version 5.55    December 18, 2001
  Code Address: C0565000h  Length: 0004F072h
  Data Address: C05B6000h  Length: 00006A00h
GWENN2.NLM       Novell GroupWise Common Libraries
  Version 5.55    December 18, 2001
  Code Address: C0A7F000h  Length: 003C9BE2h
  Data Address: C0E4A000h  Length: 00092FDEh
WEBDAV.NLM       Novell WebDAV NSAPI plugin
  Version 5.18a   August 16, 2004
  Code Address: C0469000h  Length: 0002900Ah
  Data Address: CFD93000h  Length: 00007D60h
RCONAG6.NLM      RConsole Agent for Netware
  Version 6.10f   January 28, 2005
  Code Address: CFD05000h  Length: 00006A6Bh
  Data Address: CFD0D000h  Length: 000031D4h
NLDAP.NLM        LDAP v3 for NDS 8
  Version 3.23    August 15, 2001
  Code Address: C0406000h  Length: 0002A145h
  Data Address: CFCA9000h  Length: 0000F220h
NWHDIR.NLM       Novonyx User Home Directories
  Version 5.18a   August 16, 2004
  Code Address: CFC4D000h  Length: 0000372Bh
  Data Address: D2ED1000h  Length: 000009D4h
QFIND215.NLM     QuickFinder Engine
  Version 2.15l   October 2, 2001
  Code Address: C025C000h  Length: 0009FEA0h
  Data Address: C04AE000h  Length: 000204D5h
SPXS.NLM         NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol  (PTF)
  Version 5.14    January 18, 2000
  Code Address: D609A000h  Length: 0000A021h
  Data Address: D04C3000h  Length: 00000FD8h
  Global Code Address: D04C5000h  Length: 00001000h
ADMSERV.NLM      NetWare Web Manager
  Version 5.10c   May 1, 2001
  Code Address: C0305000h  Length: 0005A16Ch
  Data Address: C0361000h  Length: 00045384h
NSHTTPD.NLM      NetWare Enterprise Web Server
  Version 5.19a   December 10, 2004
  Code Address: C0001000h  Length: 00192318h
  Data Address: C0195000h  Length: 00083698h
NWGLOBSM.NLM     nwglobsm CGI
  Version 5.10c   May 1, 2001
  Code Address: CFFA4000h  Length: 000016CBh
  Data Address: CFFA7000h  Length: 00000824h
NSLCGI.NLM       LCGI support library
  Version 5.10c   May 1, 2001
  Code Address: CF942000h  Length: 0000DC33h
  Data Address: CFC3C000h  Length: 00002EC8h
CSSYSMSG.NLM     CSLIB: System Messages Facility
  Version 1.01h   March 18, 1999
  Code Address: CFC20000h  Length: 00010A57h
  Data Address: CF924000h  Length: 00004298h
NSSNMP.NLM       NSSNMP
  Version 5.10c   May 1, 2001
  Code Address: CF918000h  Length: 000046F2h
  Data Address: CFCE6000h  Length: 0000164Ch
CRON.NLM         NetWare Scheduler
  Version 1.70    June 8, 1998
  Code Address: CFCCC000h  Length: 00000BFCh
  Data Address: CFCCE000h  Length: 00000308h
SAS.NLM          Secure Authentication Services
  Version 1.75    November 1, 2004
  Code Address: CFB79000h  Length: 00056050h
  Data Address: CFBD1000h  Length: 0001E700h
SAL.NLM          Novell System Abstraction Layer Version 2.0.0
  Version 10110.05    November 20, 2001
  Code Address: CF98B000h  Length: 0000793Ah
  Data Address: CFB6A000h  Length: 000011F0h
PORTAL.NLM       NetWare Remote Manager NLM
  Version 1.10d   December 7, 2004
  Code Address: CF9FF000h  Length: 00069672h
  Data Address: CFA6A000h  Length: 0002AC7Ch
NWIDK.NLM        CDWare Volume Module
  Version 3.01a   September 19, 2003
  Code Address: CF77B000h  Length: 00004640h
  Data Address: CF9DB000h  Length: 00000730h
PARTAPI.NLM      Partition APIs
  Version 1.21    December 21, 1999
  Code Address: CF9D7000h  Length: 00000879h
  Data Address: CF9D9000h  Length: 00000114h
WSPSSL.NLM       NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for SSL
  Version 6.21j   February 26, 2005
  Code Address: CF752000h  Length: 00006D9Fh
  Data Address: D6583000h  Length: 000108BFh
HTTPSTK.NLM      Novell Small Http Interface
  Version 1.10    September 25, 2003
  Code Address: CF26C000h  Length: 00016396h
  Data Address: CF284000h  Length: 000121B0h
NILE.NLM         Novell Secure Socket Services NLM  
  Version 2.01c   December 15, 2003
  Code Address: CF6EA000h  Length: 0005454Bh
  Data Address: CF646000h  Length: 0001F620h
PKI.NLM          Novell Certificate Server
  Version 2.23b   April 4, 2002
  Code Address: CF78A000h  Length: 0006CE25h
  Data Address: CF580000h  Length: 000215D0h
PKIAPI.NLM       Public Key Infrastructure Services
  Version 2.23    October 22, 2003
  Code Address: CF68A000h  Length: 00036D91h
  Data Address: CF6C2000h  Length: 00006444h
LDAPSDK.NLM      LDAP SDK Library (Clib version)
  Version 3.01    November 13, 2003
  Code Address: CF618000h  Length: 0001CE0Bh
  Data Address: CF636000h  Length: 000066D9h
NWUTIL.NLM       Novell Utility Library NLM  ()
  Version 1.03e   November 21, 2003
  Code Address: CF5BF000h  Length: 000128D8h
  Data Address: CF5D3000h  Length: 00019D14h
PSERVER.NLM      NetWare Print Server PTF v1.12 (000830)
  Version 5.00    August 30, 2000
  Code Address: CF075000h  Length: 0001F3F6h
  Data Address: CF34F000h  Length: 000A2E5Ch
NWSNUT.NLM       NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
  Version 7.00    June 22, 2004
  Code Address: CF31C000h  Length: 00013417h
  Data Address: CF331000h  Length: 000006F8h
XCONSSRV.NLM     XConsole: Remote Administration Utility
  Version 9.00f   August 21, 2001
  Code Address: D655E000h  Length: 000116E4h
  Data Address: D24DC000h  Length: 00008954h
TELNETD.NLM      Telnet daemon for XConsole and TN3270
  Version 4.00r   March 9, 1999
  Code Address: CE771000h  Length: 00002A24h
  Data Address: CF1D5000h  Length: 000014E8h
NWCCSS.NLM       Character Code Set Support
  Version 3.03n   January 7, 1997
  Code Address: CF1AE000h  Length: 00000F2Eh
  Data Address: CF1B0000h  Length: 000002B0h
XCONSOLE.NLM     NetWare - Xconsole Loader
  Version 4.02j   June 30, 2000
  Code Address: CF17F000h  Length: 00000D81h
  Data Address: CF181000h  Length: 00000364h
NETDB.NLM        Network Database Access Module
  Version 4.11e   January 6, 2005
  Code Address: CE725000h  Length: 0001394Dh
  Data Address: CE761000h  Length: 000025FCh
RSPX.NLM         NetWare Remote Console SPX Driver
  Version 4.12    August 21, 1998
  Code Address: CE758000h  Length: 00002380h
  Data Address: CE75C000h  Length: 000038D8h
REMOTE.NLM       NetWare Remote Console
  Version 4.12a   January 22, 2003
  Code Address: CF150000h  Length: 000053A4h
  Data Address: CF157000h  Length: 0000151Ch
IPXRTRNM.NLM     IPX Router Network Management
  Version 6.60    June 24, 1998
  Code Address: D6550000h  Length: 0000C223h
  Data Address: CF11C000h  Length: 000043C0h
IPXRTR.NLM       IPX NLSP Router Production_02Dec2001
  Version 6.70a   December 3, 2001
  Code Address: CF0AC000h  Length: 00047B7Eh
  Data Address: CE6E9000h  Length: 00017B10h
NSPDNS.NLM       NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPDNS.NLM Name Service Providers
  Version 6.20c   September 8, 2003
  Code Address: CE753000h  Length: 00002527h
  Data Address: CF036000h  Length: 000004E4h
WSPIP.NLM        NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for TCP and UDP
  Version 6.21k   February 27, 2005
  Code Address: D653F000h  Length: 0000F734h
  Data Address: CE74B000h  Length: 0000223Ch
SLPTCP.NLM       SERVICE LOCATION TCP/UDP INTERFACE (RFC2165/RFC2608)
  Version 2.12    September 20, 2004
  Code Address: CE73C000h  Length: 0000386Ah
  Data Address: CEFC7000h  Length: 0000108Ch
NCPIP.NLM        NetWare NCP Services over IP
  Version 1.35    September 8, 2003
  Code Address: CE707000h  Length: 00013CF9h
  Data Address: CE71C000h  Length: 000020E0h
BSDSOCK.NLM      Novell BSDSOCK Module  
  Version 6.09c   November 10, 2004
  Code Address: D7F67000h  Length: 0000C609h
  Data Address: D24C5000h  Length: 0000BA80h
TCPIP.NLM        Novell TCP/IP Stack - Network module (NULL encryption)  
  Version 5.87f   January 12, 2005
  Code Address: CE624000h  Length: 0004A2ECh
  Data Address: CE77A000h  Length: 000312F0h
TCP.NLM          Novell TCP/IP Stack - Transport module (NULL encryption)  
  Version 5.87f   January 7, 2005
  Code Address: CE602000h  Length: 00020D5Bh
  Data Address: CE92A000h  Length: 00087180h
NETLIB.NLM       Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module  CSP9_Rel
  Version 6.03a   October 7, 2002
  Code Address: D789D000h  Length: 00008CFCh
  Data Address: CE858000h  Length: 000D08C0h
CSLIND.NLM       TCPIP CSL INDEPENDENCE MODULE 7Dec99  7Dec99
  Version 4.21    December 7, 1999
  Code Address: D7C8B000h  Length: 000003CCh
  Data Address: D7893000h  Length: 000024E0h
AIOCOMX.NLM      Novell AIO Serial Port Driver
  Version 2.18    December 14, 2000
  Code Address: D787D000h  Length: 00004159h
  Data Address: D7C7E000h  Length: 00001170h
AIO.NLM          NetWare Asynchronous I/O Library
  Version 7.00g   November 17, 2003
  Code Address: CE67A000h  Length: 0001A137h
  Data Address: CE696000h  Length: 00051A10h
CHPTX.LAN        HP 10/100TX PCI Ethernet Driver for CHSM spec 1.11
  Version 1.62    November 24, 1999
  Code Address: D7830000h  Length: 00007950h
  Data Address: 1C5F1000h  Length: 00006880h
ETHERTSM.NLM     Novell Ethernet Topology Specific Module
  Version 3.89    January 27, 2003
  Code Address: D782C000h  Length: 000024D7h
  Data Address: D7C50000h  Length: 000002BCh
MSM.NLM          Novell Multi-Processor Media Support Module
  Version 4.10    January 24, 2003
  Code Address: D7813000h  Length: 0000E5B3h
  Data Address: D7823000h  Length: 00003DCCh
CSL.NLM          NetWare Call Support Layer For NetWare
  Version 2.06b   January 13, 2000
  Code Address: D77DC000h  Length: 0000CB32h
  Data Address: D77EA000h  Length: 000028F4h
BTRIEVE.NLM      BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90.000
  Version 7.90    March 21, 2001
  Code Address: D7BE4000h  Length: 000013BFh
  Data Address: D7BE7000h  Length: 00000980h
NWMKDE.NLM       NWMKDE.NLM v7.94.251.000
  Version 7.94    December 11, 2001
  Code Address: D5F71000h  Length: 00053D55h
  Data Address: D6C52000h  Length: 0000F784h
NWENC103.NLM     NWENC103.NLM v7.90.000 (Text Encoding Conversion Library)
  Version 7.90    February 24, 2001
  Code Address: D5F22000h  Length: 0004D0F5h
  Data Address: D7987000h  Length: 001B0208h
NWAIF103.NLM     nwaif103.nlm v7.94, Build 251 ()
  Version 7.94    November 30, 2001
  Code Address: D651B000h  Length: 00010E51h
  Data Address: D7754000h  Length: 00006828h
PSVCS.NLM        Portability Services
  Version 251.00    November 30, 2001
  Code Address: D2ED3000h  Length: 0001270Fh
  Data Address: D6C3D000h  Length: 00009464h
NWUCMGR.NLM      NWUCMGR.NLM v1.5 Build 230
  Version 1.05    March 14, 2001
  Code Address: D7709000h  Length: 0000D920h
  Data Address: D7718000h  Length: 000078D4h
IPXS.NLM         NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
  Version 4.10a   February 12, 1998
  Code Address: D76DB000h  Length: 00001C95h
  Data Address: D76DE000h  Length: 000000ECh
  Global Code Address: D76E0000h  Length: 00001000h
SNMP.NLM         Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP Service
  Version 4.17    January 23, 2004
  Code Address: D2E7D000h  Length: 00014070h
  Data Address: D76B1000h  Length: 000031E0h
TLI.NLM          NetWare Transport Level Interface Library
  Version 4.30b   December 19, 2000
  Code Address: D7693000h  Length: 00003859h
  Data Address: D7698000h  Length: 00000164h
  Global Code Address: D769A000h  Length: 00001000h
  Global Data Address: D769C000h  Length: 00002000h
TDIS600.NLM      Turbo FAT disable diagnostic.(991020)
  Version 1.00    August 23, 2001
  Code Address: D768F000h  Length: 0000009Bh
  Data Address: D7691000h  Length: 00000010h
CONNAUD.NLM      NLS - Connection Metering
  Version 3.14    October 14, 2003
  Code Address: D7194000h  Length: 00003763h
  Data Address: D7199000h  Length: 00000AA8h
NLSMETER.NLM     NLS - Software Usage Metering Database
  Version 3.40    August 26, 2003
  Code Address: D6C0D000h  Length: 0000E3B7h
  Data Address: D7177000h  Length: 000074BCh
LSAPI.NLM        NLS LSAPI Library
  Version 5.02    January 7, 2003
  Code Address: D248F000h  Length: 0000A51Bh
  Data Address: D6D8E000h  Length: 00001B00h
NLSAPI.NLM       NLSAPI
  Version 5.02    August 7, 2003
  Code Address: D6BCF000h  Length: 000124DBh
  Data Address: D6D41000h  Length: 000022A4h
NLSLSP.NLM       NLS - License Service Provider
  Version 5.02    June 25, 2003
  Code Address: D6C87000h  Length: 00069F47h
  Data Address: D6CF2000h  Length: 0001EE58h
NSPSAP.NLM       NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM NSPSAP.NLM Name Service Provider
  Version 6.20b   September 8, 2003
  Code Address: D3A76000h  Length: 00001EE7h
  Data Address: D3A79000h  Length: 00000610h
WSPIPX.NLM       NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for IPX and SPX
  Version 6.21    June 11, 2004
  Code Address: D24E7000h  Length: 0000DB09h
  Data Address: D3A63000h  Length: 00001762h
NCPIPX.NLM       NetWare NCP Services over IPX
  Version 5.10    September 8, 2003
  Code Address: D32F7000h  Length: 00005844h
  Data Address: D32FE000h  Length: 00001268h
CONLOG.NLM       System Console Logger  
  Version 1.04b   February 23, 1999
  Code Address: D32CC000h  Length: 00001D8Ch
  Data Address: D32CF000h  Length: 00001C50h
AFTER311.NLM     NetWare 3.11 Compatible NLM Support Module
  Version 4.10a   October 21, 1994
  Code Address: D32C8000h  Length: 00000018h
  Data Address: D32CA000h  Length: 00000004h
IPXSPX.NLM       NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol Stack NLM
  Version 5.04    November 20, 2001
  Code Address: D2518000h  Length: 0000FC60h
  Data Address: D261C000h  Length: 00009ACCh
NSPNDS.NLM       NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPNDS.NLM Name Service Provider
  Version 6.20    November 12, 2001
  Code Address: D3287000h  Length: 00006547h
  Data Address: D328F000h  Length: 00000518h
CALNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWCalls Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D2457000h  Length: 00017349h
  Data Address: D326F000h  Length: 00000510h
TIMESYNC.NLM     NetWare Time Synchronization Services
  Version 5.30j   September 29, 2004
  Code Address: D24B6000h  Length: 0000DE3Ch
  Data Address: D323C000h  Length: 00004240h
CLXNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWCLX Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D3237000h  Length: 00001213h
  Data Address: D323A000h  Length: 000001B0h
DSAPI.NLM        NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
  Version 5.05i   October 28, 2003
  Code Address: D3230000h  Length: 00000043h
  Data Address: D3232000h  Length: 00000024h
DSEVENT.NLM      NetWare DSEvent Runtime Library
  Version 5.05i   October 28, 2003
  Code Address: D322C000h  Length: 00000633h
  Data Address: D322E000h  Length: 00000034h
NETNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
  Version 5.05i   October 28, 2003
  Code Address: D263D000h  Length: 00034F97h
  Data Address: D3217000h  Length: 00004D45h
NCPNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D2471000h  Length: 0001C0C3h
  Data Address: 00000000h  Length: 00000000h
CLNNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWClient Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D31F2000h  Length: 00001C72h
  Data Address: D31F5000h  Length: 00000130h
CLIB.NLM         (Legacy) Standard C Runtime Library for NLMs
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D249C000h  Length: 0001898Eh
  Data Address: D2CCE000h  Length: 00002FB0h
NIT.NLM          NetWare Interface Tools Library for NLMs
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D25DE000h  Length: 0001C694h
  Data Address: D31DC000h  Length: 00000690h
NLMLIB.NLM       Novell NLM Runtime Library
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D25B6000h  Length: 0002633Dh
  Data Address: D2CC9000h  Length: 000038C0h
STREAMS.NLM      NetWare STREAMS  PTF
  Version 6.00c   January 18, 2002
  Code Address: D25A2000h  Length: 000120CDh
  Data Address: D31AB000h  Length: 000010A0h
  Global Code Address: D31AE000h  Length: 00001000h
REQUESTR.NLM     Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D24F6000h  Length: 00020C63h
  Data Address: D31A2000h  Length: 000010B0h
THREADS.NLM      Novell Threads Package for NLMs
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D2575000h  Length: 00018C48h
  Data Address: D258F000h  Length: 00011680h
LIB0.NLM         Novell Ring 0 Library for NLMs
  Version 5.90k   December 2, 2004
  Code Address: D252A000h  Length: 000252AAh
  Data Address: D2F40000h  Length: 002280C0h
DS.NLM           Novell Directory Services Version 8
  Version 8.85c   December 19, 2003
  Code Address: D270D000h  Length: 001A6B31h
  Data Address: D28B5000h  Length: 00035F20h
ROLLCALL.NLM     RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
  Version 5.00    July 27, 1998
  Code Address: D2709000h  Length: 0000055Dh
  Data Address: D270B000h  Length: 000002D4h
POLIMGR.NLM      NetWare License Policy Manager
  Version 6.18    June 27, 2003
  Code Address: D22D0000h  Length: 00013B2Ch
  Data Address: D22AC000h  Length: 00008C74h
NDSAUDIT.NLM     Directory Services Audit
  Version 2.09    May 22, 2003
  Code Address: D22BE000h  Length: 00010844h
  Data Address: D2451000h  Length: 00002ED0h
MASV.NLM         Mandatory Access Control Service
  Version 1.34a   August 23, 2001
  Code Address: D1E8D000h  Length: 0000F176h
  Data Address: D2443000h  Length: 00002340h
PMLODR.NLM       PMLodr for NW51
  Version 1.20    February 4, 2003
  Code Address: D2262000h  Length: 0000DE7Ah
  Data Address: D243A000h  Length: 00001684h
NSPSLP.NLM       NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPSLP.NLM Name Service Provider
  Version 6.20b   September 8, 2003
  Code Address: D1E86000h  Length: 00005ED3h
  Data Address: D2430000h  Length: 00000B30h
SLP.NLM          SERVICE LOCATION PROTOCOL (RFC2165/RFC2608)
  Version 2.12    January 19, 2005
  Code Address: D183D000h  Length: 000194E8h
  Data Address: D1E80000h  Length: 00004D44h
DSLOADER.NLM     Novell Directory Services Version 8 Loader
  Version 1.84    January 24, 2003
  Code Address: D2247000h  Length: 00006DF6h
  Data Address: D23A0000h  Length: 0000060Ch
XIM.XLM          Novell NICI Signed Loader
  Version 26410.05    November 10, 2003
  Code Address: D1E4D000h  Length: 00020790h
  Data Address: 003FC000h  Length: 000039B8h
WS2_32.NLM       NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
  Version 6.21j   February 26, 2005
  Code Address: D1D92000h  Length: 000376A8h
  Data Address: D19BA000h  Length: 000118F4h
LIBC.NLM         Standard C Runtime Library for NLMs [optimized, 6]
  Version 8.00a   February 11, 2005
  Code Address: D1ECA000h  Length: 000C3356h
  Data Address: D1F8F000h  Length: 0003E40Ch
UNI_UPR.NLM      NetWare Unicode Upper Case API, V1.01
  Version 1.01    July 23, 1998
  Code Address: D1D84000h  Length: 00000107h
  Data Address: D1D86000h  Length: 00002328h
UNI_MON.NLM      NetWare Unicode Lower Case API, V1.01
  Version 1.01    July 23, 1998
  Code Address: D1D7E000h  Length: 00000107h
  Data Address: D1D80000h  Length: 0000207Ch
UNI_437.NLM      NetWare Unicode conversion API for code page 437, V1.01
  Version 1.01    July 23, 1998
  Code Address: D1D76000h  Length: 000001B7h
  Data Address: D1D78000h  Length: 00000B44h
LOCNLM32.NLM     NetWare NWLocale Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D0567000h  Length: 000047EBh
  Data Address: D1D6C000h  Length: 00000C60h
UNICODE.NLM      NetWare Unicode Runtime Library
  Version 5.05h   July 1, 2003
  Code Address: D1D46000h  Length: 00003413h
  Data Address: D17B2000h  Length: 00008AE4h
NCP.NLM          NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) Engine
  Version 5.10a   September 15, 2004
  Code Address: D17F0000h  Length: 0002395Fh
  Data Address: D1815000h  Length: 00018244h
QUEUE.NLM        NetWare Queue Services NLM
  Version 5.10    June 20, 2000
  Code Address: D1D2E000h  Length: 00006D70h
  Data Address: D1D36000h  Length: 000000A0h
FILESYS.NLM      NetWare File System NLM
  Version 5.10    November 12, 2004
  Code Address: D0AC8000h  Length: 0008DD27h
  Data Address: D054C000h  Length: 00012C40h
LFS.NLM          NetWare Logical File System NLM
  Version 5.10    May 30, 2003
  Code Address: D09B6000h  Length: 000093ECh
  Data Address: D09C1000h  Length: 0000832Ch
CONNMGR.NLM      NetWare Connection Manager NLM
  Version 5.11    June 16, 2004
  Code Address: D095F000h  Length: 0000D635h
  Data Address: D096E000h  Length: 00002838h
SGUID.NLM        NetWare 5 GUID Services
  Version 1.52    October 18, 2000
  Code Address: D095B000h  Length: 00000C0Ch
  Data Address: D095D000h  Length: 000000FAh
LSL.NLM          Novell NetWare Link Support Layer
  Version 4.81    May 7, 2004
  Code Address: D05F7000h  Length: 0000A617h
  Data Address: D0603000h  Length: 00009EC8h
SYM_U3NW.HAM     Symbios Ultra3 NWPA/HAM SCSI Driver.
  Version 5.02    June 1, 2000
  Code Address: D0578000h  Length: 0001B405h
  Data Address: 2F719000h  Length: 00004E1Ch
MEGA4_XX.HAM     NetWare NWPA MegaRAID HAM Driver
  Version 6.02    August 16, 2001
  Code Address: D053A000h  Length: 00007C90h
  Data Address: 0061F000h  Length: 00000C51h
SCSIHD.CDM       Beta Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed Disk Custom Device Module
  Version 3.02i   December 17, 2004
  Code Address: D0499000h  Length: 00004C1Eh
  Data Address: 0061B000h  Length: 00000F00h
MPS14.PSM        Platform Support Module for NetWare 5/6 and MPS v1.4 compliant systems.
  Version 2.09a   August 11, 2003
  Code Address: D050E000h  Length: 0000F200h
  Data Address: 00615000h  Length: 00004BB0h
NWPALOAD.NLM     NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
  Version 3.00    February 8, 2000
  Code Address: D06EE000h  Length: 00000007h
  Data Address: 00000000h  Length: 00000000h
NWPA.NLM         NetWare 5 NetWare Peripheral Architecture NLM
  Version 3.09g   January 6, 2005
  Code Address: D04F6000h  Length: 00016846h
  Data Address: D05D1000h  Length: 00002968h
MM.NLM           NetWare 5.1 Media Manager
  Version 2.03c   May 18, 2004
  Code Address: D04C7000h  Length: 00023137h
  Data Address: D04EC000h  Length: 00008BF8h
NBI.NLM          NetWare Bus Interface
  Version 2.28c   August 30, 2004
  Code Address: D0485000h  Length: 00009A89h
  Data Address: D0680000h  Length: 00001748h
NEB.NLM          Novell Event Bus
  Version 1.04    September 6, 2002
  Code Address: D05C8000h  Length: 00003F31h
  Data Address: D0674000h  Length: 00000724h
DIAG500.NLM      Diagnostic/coredump utility for NetWare 5
  Version 2.00    February 7, 2000
  Code Address: D0450000h  Length: 000047F4h
  Data Address: D0456000h  Length: 000152E4h
CPUCHECK.NLM     NetWare Processor Checking Utility
  Version 1.03    October 21, 2003
  Code Address: D0667000h  Length: 00001444h
  Data Address: D044A000h  Length: 0000492Ch
PVER500.NLM      NetWare 5.XX Version Library
  Version 3.00    February 4, 2003
  Code Address: D043E000h  Length: 000006A3h
  Data Address: D0440000h  Length: 00000360h
NWKCFG.NLM       NetWare Kernel Config NLM
  Version 2.07    September 9, 2003
  Code Address: D042F000h  Length: 000038CBh
  Data Address: D0434000h  Length: 00002E44h
CDBE.NLM         NetWare Configuration DB Engine
  Version 5.11a   May 11, 2004
  Code Address: D008C000h  Length: 00010106h
  Data Address: D009E000h  Length: 00015B9Ah
SERVER.NLM       NetWare Server Operating System
  Version 5.00    January 19, 2005
  Code Address: FC000000h  Length: 00117000h
  Data Address: FC517000h  Length: 000DC000h


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We have disabled with Brightstore Groupwise Backup Agent.  We have tried everything we know to do and can still not seem to stop the problems from occurring.  Some additional information is below:

Server has a 6 HArd drives in a RAID 5 array with about a 4 GB SYS: VOLUME and a 30 GB VOL1: Volume.  All client data other than the Groupwise Domain resides on the VOL1: volume.  VOL1: has over 400,000 files in at least 40,000 directories on it.  Cache available memory never dips lower than 47% and usually stays above 50% (Even with added memory and the cache buffers higher we still saw this problem).

I am not sure what else to do - anything would be appreciated.  We have done everything but upgrade the server to the latest version of Netware - but I am not too comfortable doing that as of yet - as the hardware requirements seem to go higher with each version of the OS.

Thanks for you help!
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ShineOnCommented:
But hardware keeps getting less expensive, too.  I can get five times the server for less than half of what I paid 5 years ago, which is when NetWare 6 came out...  and you get SO much more with OES 1.0(AKA NetWare 6.5/SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9)   than what you have now, not the least of which is user-object based licensing, which lets you install NetWare 6.5 on as many servers as you want, and SLES9 on up to 5 servers for the first 50 users, with additional servers as your user count goes up, without paying an extra dime for server licenses OR user licenses, and your users can access as many of those servers as they need to without any licensing worries.

Anyway, as to the current problem, one thing that will help you diagnose the cause is to turn off auto restart after abend, so the first abend is the one that gets caught.  It won't make the users happy 'cause the server won't "keep going" as it were, but you might benefit from getting ABEND 0 data.

You are at what SP level?  NetWare 5 SP6a?  What kind of client PC's do you have - OS, client version, etc?  What protocol(s) are you using? Are you using the Novell Client32 client or the crapware that comes with Windows?

Do you have client-side file caching turned off at the server, if 5.0SP6A has that SET command?  If it's not available, do you have all of your clients configured to turn off opportunistic locking? (how to turn that off depends on your client version.)  
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
We are actually running SP8 on the server.  The clients are mostly Windows XP Pro SP2 with Netare Client 4.90 or higher installed.  File caching is turned off on the server.  The server also is using the TurboFAT disabler that Netware provides (required for preventing problems in one of their client apps - TABS).

We are running TCP/IP for Groupwise and IPX for the client connections (again required for tabs).  Opportunistic locking should be disabled on all client systems.  

As to the new versions of Novell.  Would love to put that in, but convincing hte powers to be that using the latest version of a product that they see as failing and problematic may be somewhat diffictult to do.  Still pushing for it however.  The problem is that I am not onsite all day and most likely this thing will happen while I am out and therefore cause a major problem for them.

Thanks for your quick response
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ShineOnCommented:
SP8?  Is this NetWare 5.1?

TABS?  Is this a law firm?  I remember TABS, if it's the same thing - their tech support sucks, and they blame NetWare for their software's problems.

If it's the same TABS, it's no wonder you're having probems, jumping through their hoops instead of fixing it.  

Maybe TPTB will listen to a disinterested third party (me) when I say your problem is TABS and not NetWare.
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PsiCopCommented:
OK, so NetWare v5.1 with SP8, right? You're unclear on the VERSION of NetWare. Is it v5.0 or v5.1? There is an SP8 for both, I believe, so you need to be complete in the info you give. Based on the ABEND log, looks like NetWare v5.0, but I might be wrong.

If you ARE running NetWare v5.x or later, why are you still using IPX for the client-to-server NCP communications? NetWare doesn't need it - it'll talk NCP over TCP/IP just fine. What is this TABS application? Does it *really* need IPX, or did someone who really doesn't know what they're talking about just say that? Has anyone ever tried it on a workstation that was running NCP over TCP/IP (I'm thinking that it uses and old BTrieve or something like that, meaning while it might need an IPX stack on the workstation, there's no reason to handicap Client 32 with IPX)?

While running IPX and TCP/IP on the server is generally not an issue (aside from the performance hit of supporting both protocols), this CAN be a problem on the Windoze clients. You should insure that TCP/IP is not bound to the Novell Client 32. Actually, optimally, you should get rid of IPX and move them to a Pure IP environment, but that may not be practical in the short term.
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ShineOnCommented:
If the TABS folx (I forget the company name, starts with an S, IIRC) are trying to convince you to switch to Windows - guess what?  The problems follow the software!  The firm I worked for gave up on TABS altogether because the TABS folx are all morons, and switched to another platform for accounting and billing that worked way better with a lot more features - and no crashes or corruption.  I forget the name, starts with a G I think.
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ShineOnCommented:
There's an SP8 for 5.0?  The last one posted on filefinder is 6A.  I don't remember...
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
PsiCop -

Exactly what makes you feel that we are running Netware 5.0 instead of 5.1?  Typing version at the console yields NEtware 5.1 SP8 which also states it is 5.00.11.   Just for the curiouus or in the event it would help - here is the config of the server (kinda long). As the the TABS using IPX - I believe that the folks at tech support seemed to insist it needed IPX - and yes we did try it on a system w/o IPX and NO it did not work...

ShineOn - So you have experienced the tabs disaster also?  This law firm has about 50 users - 30 of which can be assumed using the system at any given time - we are using the flat file system and not the SQL.  Any pointers to documented issues would be helpful....


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Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: MYSERVER
Novell File Server Configuration Report Created: Tue, Apr 5, 2005  4:26 pm
Novell File Server Configuration Report.  [Produced by CONFIG.NLM v3.10.10]

Novell NetWare 5.00.11 January 19, 2005
(C) Copyright 1983-2005 Novell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Server name...............: MYSERVER
OS Version................: v5.00
OS revision number........: 11
Product Version...........: v5.10
Product Revision Number...: 8
Server Up Time(D:H:M:Sec).: 3:21:50:22
Serial number.............: XXXXXXXX
Internal Net. Addr........: E7B63C5Eh
Security Restriction Level: 1
SFT Level.................: 2
Engine Type...............: NATIVE  
TTS Level.................: 1
Total Server memory.......: 767.56 MB or  804841472 Bytes
Processor speed rating....: 76840
Original cache buffers....: 195891
Current Cache Buffers.....: 100989
LRU Sitting Time(D:H:M:S).: 0:00:56:05
Long term cache hits......: 90%
Current FSP's.............: 39
Current MP FSP's..........: 4
Current Receive Buffers...: 500
Directory cache buffers...: 500
Workstations Connected....: 78
Max Workstations Connected: 79
Server language...........: ENGLISH (4)
Timesync active...........: Yes
Time is synchronized......: Yes
Total Processors..........: 1
Server DOS Country ID.....: 1
Server DOS Code Page......: 437

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Top of Modules List       195 Modules Loaded.
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ADMSERV.NLM   v5.10.03         May.  1, 2001  NetWare Web Manager
AFTER311.NLM  v4.10.01         Oct. 21, 1994  NetWare 3.11 Compatible NLM Support Module
AIO.NLM       v7.00.07         Nov. 17, 2003  NetWare Asynchronous I/O Library
AIOCOMX.NLM   v2.18            Dec. 14, 2000  Novell AIO Serial Port Driver
AMSLIB.NLM    v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk AMS Library
ARCSERVE.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Scheduler (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
ASDB.NLM      v9.01            Feb. 11, 2004  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Database (Build 617.006 02/11/04)
BCSTHNDL.NLM  v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk Broadcast Alert Handler
BOARDSVR.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Board Server (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
BSDSOCK.NLM   v6.09.03         Nov. 10, 2004  Novell BSDSOCK Module  
BTRIEVE.NLM   v7.90            Mar. 21, 2001  BTRIEVE.NLM v7.90.000
CALNLM32.NLM  v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare NWCalls Runtime Library
CANWPA.CDM    v9.00            Sep.  2, 2003  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI CDM Device Driver (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
CANWPABD.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Board Driver (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
CATIRPC.NLM   v9.01            Sep. 18, 2003  CA RPC Interface (Build 614.008 09/18/03)
CCS.NLM       v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  Controlled Cryptography Services from Novell, Inc.
CDBE.NLM      v5.11.01         May. 11, 2004  NetWare Configuration DB Engine
CHPTX.LAN     v1.62            Nov. 24, 1999  HP 10/100TX PCI Ethernet Driver for CHSM spec 1.11
CLIB.NLM      v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  (Legacy) Standard C Runtime Library for NLMs
CLNNLM32.NLM  v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare NWClient Runtime Library
CLXNLM32.NLM  v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare NWCLX Runtime Library
CONFIG.NLM    v3.10.10         Jan. 13, 2005  NetWare Server Configuration Reader
CONLOG.NLM    v1.04.02         Feb. 23, 1999  System Console Logger  
CONNAUD.NLM   v3.14            Oct. 14, 2003  NLS - Connection Metering
CONNMGR.NLM   v5.11            Jun. 16, 2004  NetWare Connection Manager NLM
CPUCHECK.NLM  v1.03            Oct. 21, 2003  NetWare Processor Checking Utility
CRON.NLM      v1.70            Jun.  8, 1998  NetWare Scheduler
CSAUDIT.NLM   v3.05            Apr.  5, 1999  CSLIB: Audit Trail Facility  
CSDBAPIB.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  ARCserve Database API (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
CSL.NLM       v2.06.02         Jan. 13, 2000  NetWare Call Support Layer For NetWare
CSLIND.NLM    v4.21            Dec.  7, 1999  TCPIP CSL INDEPENDENCE MODULE 7Dec99  7Dec99
CSSYSMSG.NLM  v1.01.08         Mar. 18, 1999  CSLIB: System Messages Facility
DHCPSRVR.NLM  v3.13.05         Oct. 25, 2004  DHCP Server
DIAG500.NLM   v2.00            Feb.  7, 2000  Diagnostic/coredump utility for NetWare 5
DISCOVER.NLM  v9.01            Feb. 11, 2004  CA Discovery Module (Build 617.006 02/11/04)
DS.NLM        v8.85.03         Dec. 19, 2003  Novell Directory Services Version 8
DSAPI.NLM     v5.05.09         Oct. 28, 2003  NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
DSEVENT.NLM   v5.05.09         Oct. 28, 2003  NetWare DSEvent Runtime Library
DSLOADER.NLM  v1.84            Jan. 24, 2003  Novell Directory Services Version 8 Loader
ECOMLODR.NLM  v1.00            Jun. 27, 2003  ECOMLODR
ECOMSRVR.NLM  v1.00            Feb.  7, 2005  ECOMSRVR
ETHERTSM.NLM  v3.89            Jan. 27, 2003  Novell Ethernet Topology Specific Module
FILESYS.NLM   v5.10            Nov. 12, 2004  NetWare File System NLM
GWCMC.NLM     v5.55            Nov. 29, 2001  GroupWise Common Messaging Calls Agent
GWENN15.NLM   v5.55            Oct. 24, 2001  Novell GroupWise Common Libraries
GWENN2.NLM    v5.55            Dec. 18, 2001  Novell GroupWise Common Libraries
GWIA.NLM      v5.55            Nov. 29, 2001  gwia
GWINTER.NLM   v5.55            Nov. 29, 2001  GroupWise Web Access Server
GWMTA.NLM     v5.55            Dec. 18, 2001  Novell GroupWise Message Transfer Agent
GWPOA.NLM     v5.55            Dec. 18, 2001  Novell GroupWise Post Office Agent
GWWEB.NLM     v5.55            Nov. 29, 2001  GroupWise LCGI Web Server Extension
HNDLRSVC.NLM  v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk Handler Manager
HTTPSTK.NLM   v1.10            Sep. 25, 2003  Novell Small Http Interface
HWDETECT.NLM  v1.18.05         Jan. 23, 2003  Novell Hardware Insertion/Removal Detection
I2_LDVP.NLM   v9.00            Dec. 30, 2004  Symantec NAVAPI Interface NLM
IAO.NLM       v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk Alert Originator
IPCLINFO.NLM  v1.11.01         Dec. 17, 1999  IP Client Info Module  17Dec99
IPXRTR.NLM    v6.70.01         Dec.  3, 2001  IPX NLSP Router Production_02Dec2001
IPXRTRNM.NLM  v6.60            Jun. 24, 1998  IPX Router Network Management
IPXS.NLM      v4.10.01         Feb. 12, 1998  NetWare STREAMS IPX Protocol
IPXSPX.NLM    v5.04            Nov. 20, 2001  NetWare IPX/SPX Protocol Stack NLM
LDAPSDK.NLM   v3.01            Nov. 13, 2003  LDAP SDK Library (Clib version)
LFS.NLM       v5.10            May. 30, 2003  NetWare Logical File System NLM
LIB0.NLM      v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  Novell Ring 0 Library for NLMs
LIBC.NLM      v8.00.01         Feb. 11, 2005  Standard C Runtime Library for NLMs [optimized, 6]
LOCNLM32.NLM  v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare NWLocale Runtime Library
LSAPI.NLM     v5.02            Jan.  7, 2003  NLS LSAPI Library
LSL.NLM       v4.81            May.  7, 2004  Novell NetWare Link Support Layer
MASV.NLM      v1.34.01         Aug. 23, 2001  Mandatory Access Control Service
MEGA4_XX.HAM  v6.02            Aug. 16, 2001  NetWare NWPA MegaRAID HAM Driver
MM.NLM        v2.03.03         May. 18, 2004  NetWare 5.1 Media Manager
MPS14.PSM     v2.09.01         Aug. 11, 2003  Platform Support Module for NetWare 5/6 and MPS v1.4 compliant systems.
MSGSYS.NLM    v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  no description
MSM.NLM       v4.10            Jan. 24, 2003  Novell Multi-Processor Media Support Module
NAVENG.NLM    v1.00.20         Dec. 30, 2004  Symantec AntiVirus NAVENG External Module
NAVEX15.NLM   v1.00.22         Dec. 30, 2004  Symantec AntiVirus Navex15 External Module
NBI.NLM       v2.28.03         Aug. 30, 2004  NetWare Bus Interface
NCP.NLM       v5.10.01         Sep. 15, 2004  NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) Engine
NCPIP.NLM     v1.35            Sep.  8, 2003  NetWare NCP Services over IP
NCPIPX.NLM    v5.10            Sep.  8, 2003  NetWare NCP Services over IPX
NCPNLM32.NLM  v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare NWNCP Runtime Library
NDSAUDIT.NLM  v2.09            May. 22, 2003  Directory Services Audit
NEB.NLM       v1.04            Sep.  6, 2002  Novell Event Bus
NETDB.NLM     v4.11.05         Jan.  6, 2005  Network Database Access Module
NETLIB.NLM    v6.03.01         Oct.  7, 2002  Novell TCPIP NETLIB Module  CSP9_Rel
NETNLM32.NLM  v5.05.09         Oct. 28, 2003  NetWare NWNet Runtime Library
NICISDI.NLM   v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  Security Domain Infrastructure
NILE.NLM      v2.01.03         Dec. 15, 2003  Novell Secure Socket Services NLM  
NIT.NLM       v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  NetWare Interface Tools Library for NLMs
NLDAP.NLM     v3.23            Aug. 15, 2001  LDAP v3 for NDS 8
NLMLIB.NLM    v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  Novell NLM Runtime Library
NLMXHNDL.NLM  v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk Load NLM Handler
NLSADPT2.NLM  v2.00            Sep.  9, 2003  NLS and Metering adapter for iManager 2.0 plugin
NLSAPI.NLM    v5.02            Aug.  7, 2003  NLSAPI
NLSFLAIM.NLM  v5.02            Jul. 31, 2001  NLS FLAIM Database Engine
NLSLRUP.NLM   v4.01.04         Aug. 27, 2003  NLS - Usage Metering
NLSLSP.NLM    v5.02            Jun. 25, 2003  NLS - License Service Provider
NLSMETER.NLM  v3.40            Aug. 26, 2003  NLS - Software Usage Metering Database
NLSTRAP.NLM   v5.02            Jul. 26, 2001  NetWare License Server Trap
NSHTTPD.NLM   v5.19.01         Dec. 10, 2004  NetWare Enterprise Web Server
NSLCGI.NLM    v5.10.03         May.  1, 2001  LCGI support library
NSPDNS.NLM    v6.20.03         Sep.  8, 2003  NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPDNS.NLM Name Service Providers
NSPNDS.NLM    v6.20            Nov. 12, 2001  NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPNDS.NLM Name Service Provider
NSPSAP.NLM    v6.20.02         Sep.  8, 2003  NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM NSPSAP.NLM Name Service Provider
NSPSLP.NLM    v6.20.02         Sep.  8, 2003  NetWare Winsock 2.0 NSPSLP.NLM Name Service Provider
NSSNMP.NLM    v5.10.03         May.  1, 2001  NSSNMP
NWAIF103.NLM  v7.94            Nov. 30, 2001  nwaif103.nlm v7.94, Build 251 ()
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NWENC103.NLM  v7.90            Feb. 24, 2001  NWENC103.NLM v7.90.000 (Text Encoding Conversion Library)
NWGLOBSM.NLM  v5.10.03         May.  1, 2001  nwglobsm CGI
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NWIDK.NLM     v3.01.01         Sep. 19, 2003  CDWare Volume Module
NWKCFG.NLM    v2.07            Sep.  9, 2003  NetWare Kernel Config NLM
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NWPA.NLM      v3.09.07         Jan.  6, 2005  NetWare 5 NetWare Peripheral Architecture NLM
NWPALOAD.NLM  v3.00            Feb.  8, 2000  NetWare 5 NWPA Load Utility
NWSNUT.NLM    v7.00            Jun. 22, 2004  NetWare NLM Utility User Interface
NWUCMGR.NLM   v1.05            Mar. 14, 2001  NWUCMGR.NLM v1.5 Build 230
NWUTIL.NLM    v1.03.05         Nov. 21, 2003  Novell Utility Library NLM  ()
PARTAPI.NLM   v1.21            Dec. 21, 1999  Partition APIs
PDS.NLM       v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  no description
PKI.NLM       v2.23.02         Apr.  4, 2002  Novell Certificate Server
PKIAPI.NLM    v2.23            Oct. 22, 2003  Public Key Infrastructure Services
PMLODR.NLM    v1.20            Feb.  4, 2003  PMLodr for NW51
POLIMGR.NLM   v6.18            Jun. 27, 2003  NetWare License Policy Manager
POOLUTIL.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  CA File System Pool Utility Module (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
PORTAL.NLM    v1.10.04         Dec.  7, 2004  NetWare Remote Manager NLM
PSERVER.NLM   v5.00            Aug. 30, 2000  NetWare Print Server PTF v1.12 (000830)
PSVCS.NLM     v251.00          Nov. 30, 2001  Portability Services
PVER500.NLM   v3.00            Feb.  4, 2003  NetWare 5.XX Version Library
PWRCHUTE.NLM  v4.33            Mar. 23, 1999  PowerChute PLUS for NetWare UPS Monitor
QFIND215.NLM  v2.15.12         Oct.  2, 2001  QuickFinder Engine
QUEUE.NLM     v5.10            Jun. 20, 2000  NetWare Queue Services NLM
RCONAG6.NLM   v6.10.06         Jan. 28, 2005  RConsole Agent for Netware
REMOTE.NLM    v4.12.01         Jan. 22, 2003  NetWare Remote Console
REQUESTR.NLM  v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  Novell NCP Requestor for NLMs
ROLLCALL.NLM  v5.00            Jul. 27, 1998  RollCall NLM (101, API 1.0)
RSPX.NLM      v4.12            Aug. 21, 1998  NetWare Remote Console SPX Driver
RTVSCAN.NLM   v9.00            Dec. 30, 2004  Symantec Runtime Virus Protect NLM
SAL.NLM       v10110.05        Nov. 20, 2001  Novell System Abstraction Layer Version 2.0.0
SAS.NLM       v1.75            Nov.  1, 2004  Secure Authentication Services
SASDFM.NLM    v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  SAS Data Flow Manager
SCCCH.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export Chunker Module
SCCDA.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export Data Access Module
SCCEX.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  9, 2001  HTML Export Export Interface Module
SCCFA.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export Filter Access Module
SCCFI.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export File Identification Module
SCCLO.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export Localization Module
SCCUT.NLM     v7.10            Aug.  1, 2001  HTML Export Utility Module
SCSIHD.CDM    v3.02.09         Dec. 17, 2004  Beta Novell NetWare SCSI Fixed Disk Custom Device Module
SGUID.NLM     v1.52            Oct. 18, 2000  NetWare 5 GUID Services
SLP.NLM       v2.12            Jan. 19, 2005  SERVICE LOCATION PROTOCOL (RFC2165/RFC2608)
SLPTCP.NLM    v2.12            Sep. 20, 2004  SERVICE LOCATION TCP/UDP INTERFACE (RFC2165/RFC2608)
SMDR.NLM      v6.54.01         Oct.  7, 2004  SMS - Storage Data Requestor
SNMP.NLM      v4.17            Jan. 23, 2004  Netware 4.x/5.x/6.x SNMP Service
SNMPHNDL.NLM  v6.12            Aug. 13, 2004  Intel LANDesk SNMP Trap Alert Handler
SPXS.NLM      v5.14            Jan. 18, 2000  NetWare SPX/SPXII Protocol  (PTF)
STANDARD.NLM  v9.01            Feb. 19, 2004  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 Standard Tape Support (Build 617.007 02/19/04)
STREAMS.NLM   v6.00.03         Jan. 18, 2002  NetWare STREAMS  PTF
SYM_U3NW.HAM  v5.02            Jun.  1, 2000  Symbios Ultra3 NWPA/HAM SCSI Driver.
TAPEALRT.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  Tape Alert 2.1 SNMP Agent For NetWare (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
TAPESVR.NLM   v9.01            Feb. 19, 2004  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 SCSI Tape Driver (Build 617.007 02/19/04)
TCP.NLM       v5.87.06         Jan.  7, 2005  Novell TCP/IP Stack - Transport module (NULL encryption)  
TCPIP.NLM     v5.87.06         Jan. 12, 2005  Novell TCP/IP Stack - Network module (NULL encryption)  
TDIS600.NLM   v1.00            Aug. 23, 2001  Turbo FAT disable diagnostic.(991020)
TELNETD.NLM   v4.00.18         Mar.  9, 1999  Telnet daemon for XConsole and TN3270
THREADS.NLM   v5.90.11         Dec.  2, 2004  Novell Threads Package for NLMs
TIMESYNC.NLM  v5.30.10         Sep. 29, 2004  NetWare Time Synchronization Services
TLI.NLM       v4.30.02         Dec. 19, 2000  NetWare Transport Level Interface Library
TSA500.NLM    v5.05.09         Apr. 16, 2004  NetWare 5.1 Target Service Agent
TSANDS.NLM    v10551.46        Dec.  1, 2003  TSA for Novell eDirectory 7.x, 8.x
UNICODE.NLM   v5.05.08         Jul.  1, 2003  NetWare Unicode Runtime Library
UNIDB.NLM     v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  CA Universal Database Manager (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
UNIDMSVR.NLM  v9.01            Jan.  9, 2004  CA Universal RPC Device Manager (Build 617.001 01/09/04)
UNIQSVR.NLM   v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  CA Universal RPC Queue Manager (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
UNI_1252.NLM  v1.01            Jul. 23, 1998  NetWare Unicode conversion API for code page 1252, V1.01
UNI_437.NLM   v1.01            Jul. 23, 1998  NetWare Unicode conversion API for code page 437, V1.01
UNI_MON.NLM   v1.01            Jul. 23, 1998  NetWare Unicode Lower Case API, V1.01
UNI_UPR.NLM   v1.01            Jul. 23, 1998  NetWare Unicode Upper Case API, V1.01
VALIDATE.NLM  v9.01            Sep.  2, 2003  BrightStor ARCserve 9.01 ARCserve Validation Module (Build  614.000 09/02/03)
VPREG.NLM     v9.00            Dec. 30, 2004  Symantec VPRegistry NLM
WEBDAV.NLM    v5.18.01         Aug. 16, 2004  Novell WebDAV NSAPI plugin
WS2_32.NLM    v6.21.10         Feb. 26, 2005  NetWare Winsock 2.0 NLM
WSPIP.NLM     v6.21.11         Feb. 27, 2005  NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for TCP and UDP
WSPIPX.NLM    v6.21            Jun. 11, 2004  NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for IPX and SPX
WSPSSL.NLM    v6.21.10         Feb. 26, 2005  NetWare Winsock Service 1.0 NLM for SSL
XCONSOLE.NLM  v4.02.10         Jun. 30, 2000  NetWare - Xconsole Loader
XCONSSRV.NLM  v9.00.06         Aug. 21, 2001  XConsole: Remote Administration Utility
XENGEXP.NLM   v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI Import Restricted XENG from Novell, Inc.
XENGNUL.NLM   v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI NULL XENG from Novell, Inc.
XENGUSC.NLM   v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI U.S./Worldwide XENG from Novell, Inc.
XIM.XLM       v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  Novell NICI Signed Loader
XMGR.NLM      v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI XMGR from Novell, Inc.
XNGAUSC.NLM   v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI U.S./Worldwide XMGR Assistant XENG from Novell, Inc.
XSUP.NLM      v26410.05        Nov. 10, 2003  NICI XSUP from Novell, Inc.
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End of Modules List       195 Modules Loaded.
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Top of LAN Driver Configuration Listing
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Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID        
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00306E1C3AC2
Board Number..: 1
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_802.2
MLID Version..: 1.62
Slot..........: 10003
I/O...........: 1800h -> 181Fh
Memory........: FB001000h -> FB001FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CHPTX_1_E82

Signature.....: HardwareDriverMLID        
CFG Version...: 1.15
Node Address..: 00306E1C3AC2
Board Number..: 2
Board Instance: 1
Media Type....: ETHERNET_II
MLID Version..: 1.62
Slot..........: 10003
I/O...........: 1800h -> 181Fh
Memory........: FB001000h -> FB001FFFh
IRQ...........: 10
DMA...........: None
Logical Name..: CHPTX_1_EII

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End of LAN Driver Configuration Listing
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Top of Boot Drive Information
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SERVER.EXE loaded from...........: C:\NWSERVER\
SERVER.EXE version...............: 2866258 bytes  01-19-2005  10:15am
Total Space on Drive.............: 203 MB
Available Space..................: 43 MB

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End of Boot Drive Information
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Top of Storage Device Configuration Information
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Storage Device Summary:
0x0000 [V370-A0] MEGARAID HOST ADAPTER MODULE (HAM)
0x0002  [V370-A0-D5:0] Unbound Device Object
0x0001  [V370-A0-D0:0] MegaRAID  LD01 RAID5 rev:H18
0x0003   DOS Partitioned Media
0x0006    NetWare Partition
0x0009     Hotfixed Partition
0x000A      Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x32818CAB]
0x0004    System Configuration Partition
0x0005    Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
0x0007 [V352-A1] SYM53C1010:10007
0x0008  [V352-A1-D3:0] HP      C5683A          C30
0x000B   Unidentified Media

Storage Device Details:
[V370-A0] MEGARAID HOST ADAPTER MODULE (HAM)
 Media Manager object ID..: 0x0000
 Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
 Driver name..............: MEGA4_XX.HAM
 Assigned driver ID.......: 880
 Adapter number...........: 0
 Primary port address.....: Not used
 Primary port length......: Not used
 Secondary port address...: Not used
 Secondary port length....: Not used
 Interrupt 0..............: 9
 Interrupt 1..............: Not used
 Slot.....................: 1
 DMA0.....................: Not used
 DMA1.....................: Not used
 Memory 0 address.........: 0000
 Memory 0 length..........: 0140
 Memory 1 address.........: Not used
 Memory 1 length..........: Not used

 [V370-A0-D5:0] Unbound Device Object
 [V370-A0-D0:0] MegaRAID  LD01 RAID5 rev:H18
  Media manager object ID.....: 0x0001
  Media manager Object Type...: Device
  Device type.................: Magnetic disk
  Capacity....................: 69120 MB
  Unit Size, in bytes.........: 512
  Sectors.....................: 63
  Heads.......................: 255
  Cylinders...................: 8854
  Block size, in bytes........: 65536
  Activated...................: Yes
  Registered..................: Yes
  Functional..................: Yes
  Writable....................: Yes
  Write protected.............: No
  Reserved....................: No
  Removable...................: No
  Read Handicap...............: No
  Offline.....................: No
  Controller Number...........: 0
  Device Number...............: 0
  Adapter Number..............: 0
  System Type.................: 0x90000
  Read after write verify.....: Disabled

  DOS Partitioned Media
   Media Manager object ID..: 0x0003
   Media Manager Object Type: Media
   Media type...............: IBM partition

   NetWare Partition
    Media Manager object ID......: 0x0006
    Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
    Activated....................: Yes
    Registered...................: Yes
    Functional...................: Yes
    Reserved.....................: No
    Logical partition............: No
    Beginning sector of partition: 481950
    Size, in sectors.............: 141757560

    Hotfixed Partition
     Media Manager object ID...........: 0x0009
     Media Manager Object Type.........: Hotfix
     Activated.........................: Yes
     Registered........................: Yes
     Functional........................: Yes
     Reserved..........................: No
     Logical partition.................: No
     Hot Fix offset....................: 35808
     Hot Fix identifier................: 0x2B27977B
     Total Hot Fix blocks available....: 4476
     Used Hot Fix blocks...............: 0
     Number of available Hot Fix blocks: 4436
     System Hot Fix blocks.............: 40

     Non-Mirrored Partition [Group ID: 0x32818CAB]
      Media Manager object ID..........: 0x000A
      Media Manager Object Type........: Mirror
      Activated........................: Yes
      Registered.......................: Yes
      Functional.......................: Yes
      Reserved.........................: Yes
      Logical partition................: Yes
      Remirroring......................: No
      Mirror identifier................: 0x3285836A
      Number of members in mirror group: 1
      Mirror member....................: 0x0009
      Mirror Synchronization...........: 100%

   System Configuration Partition
    Media Manager object ID......: 0x0004
    Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
    Activated....................: Yes
    Registered...................: Yes
    Functional...................: Yes
    Reserved.....................: No
    Logical partition............: No
    Beginning sector of partition: 63
    Size, in sectors.............: 64197

   Big DOS; OS/2; Win95 Partition
    Media Manager object ID......: 0x0005
    Media Manager Object Type....: Partition
    Activated....................: Yes
    Registered...................: Yes
    Functional...................: Yes
    Reserved.....................: No
    Logical partition............: No
    Beginning sector of partition: 64260
    Size, in sectors.............: 417690

[V352-A1] SYM53C1010:10007
 Media Manager object ID..: 0x0007
 Media Manager Object Type: Adapter
 Driver name..............: SYM_U3NW.HAM
 Assigned driver ID.......: 850
 Adapter number...........: 1
 Primary port address.....: 2000
 Primary port length......: 100
 Secondary port address...: Not used
 Secondary port length....: Not used
 Interrupt 0..............: 5
 Interrupt 1..............: Not used
 Slot.....................: 10007
 DMA0.....................: Not used
 DMA1.....................: Not used
 Memory 0 address.........: 2000
 Memory 0 length..........: 0040
 Memory 1 address.........: Not used
 Memory 1 length..........: Not used

 [V352-A1-D3:0] HP      C5683A          C30
  Media manager object ID.....: 0x0008
  Media manager Object Type...: Device
  Device type.................: Magnetic tape
  Capacity....................: Unavailable
  Unit Size, in bytes.........: 16384
  Sectors.....................: 0
  Heads.......................: 0
  Cylinders...................: 0
  Block size, in bytes........: 0
  Activated...................: Yes
  Registered..................: Yes
  Functional..................: Yes
  Writable....................: No
  Write protected.............: No
  Reserved....................: Yes
  Removable...................: Yes
  Read Handicap...............: No
  Offline.....................: No
  Controller Number...........: 3
  Device Number...............: 0
  Adapter Number..............: 1
  System Type.................: 0x90000
  Read after write verify.....: Not supported
  Removable drive mount status: Mounted
  Removable drive lock status.: Not locked

  Unidentified Media
   Media Manager object ID..: 0x000B
   Media Manager Object Type: Media
   Media type...............: Unknown

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End of Storage Device Configuration Information
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***********************************************
*   Volume Statistics for SYS                 *
***********************************************
File System................: NetWare 386 File System Manager
Volume Size................: 9200 MB
Block Size.................: 64 KB
Total Blocks...............: 147200
Free Blocks................: 29777
Purgable Blocks............: 2824
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 33
Total Directory Entries....: 1477632
Available Directory Entries: 1310685
Sectors per Block..........: 128
Free Disk Space............: 1861 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 176 MB
Disk Space Used By DET.....: 361 MB
Disk Percent Used by DET...: 3.9 %
Suballocation..............: ON
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

***********************************************
*   Volume Statistics for VOL1                *
***********************************************
File System................: NetWare 386 File System Manager
Volume Size................: 59999 MB
Block Size.................: 64 KB
Total Blocks...............: 959999
Free Blocks................: 433415
Purgable Blocks............: 47544
Not Yet Purgable Blocks....: 1
Total Directory Entries....: 4896256
Available Directory Entries: 3330536
Sectors per Block..........: 128
Free Disk Space............: 27088 MB
Purgable Disk Space........: 2971 MB
Disk Space Used By DET.....: 1195 MB
Disk Percent Used by DET...: 2.0 %
Suballocation..............: ON
Compression................: ON
Migration..................: OFF

***************************************************
Volume Name        Name Spaces Loaded
-----------------  --------------------------------
SYS                DOS                                    
SYS                LONG_NAMES                              
VOL1               DOS                                    
VOL1               LONG_NAMES                              

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Top of Installed Product List
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Product ID...........: CABAB
Product Version......: 9.0.0
Product Description..: BrightStor ARCserve Backup

Product ID...........: CAGWAG
Product Version......: 9.0.0
Product Description..: BrightStor ARCserve Backup GroupWise Agent

Product ID...........: CONSOLE1
Product Version......: 1.3.5
Product Description..: Console One

Product ID...........: DNSDHCP
Product Version......: 1.0.7
Product Description..: Novell DNS/DHCP Services

Product ID...........: LDAP
Product Version......: 3.18.0
Product Description..: LDAP Services for NDS8

Product ID...........: LIBUP
Product Version......: 6.01
Product Description..: NetWare LIBC NWLIB4a FTF Kit

Product ID...........: NDS8
Product Version......: 8.0.9
Product Description..: NDS 8 NetWare Update

Product ID...........: NIAS
Product Version......: 4.2.3
Product Description..: Novell Internet Access Server

Product ID...........: NICI
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure (NICI)

Product ID...........: NICIU0
Product Version......: 2.6.4
Product Description..: NICI U.S./Canada (128bit) Crypto XENG

Product ID...........: NLS
Product Version......: 5.0.3
Product Description..: Novell Licensing Services

Product ID...........: NSA
Product Version......: 1.00
Product Description..: HP NSA Application

Product ID...........: NWWebSrv
Product Version......: 3.5.3
Product Description..: NetWare Enterprise Web Server

Product ID...........: PERVASIV
Product Version......: 7.5.1
Product Description..: Pervasive SQL 2000

Product ID...........: PKIS
Product Version......: 2.7.0
Product Description..: Novell Certificate Server

Product ID...........: PORTAL
Product Version......: 1.0.3
Product Description..: NetWare Management Portal

Product ID...........: SAS
Product Version......: 1.7.4
Product Description..: Secure Authentication Services

Product ID...........: SMS
Product Version......: 1.0.6
Product Description..: Storage Management Services

Product ID...........: SPACK
Product Version......: 5.1.8
Product Description..: v8.0 Support Pack for NetWare 5.1

Product ID...........: WANMAN
Product Version......: 1.0.3
Product Description..: WAN Traffic Manager Services

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End of Installed Product List
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Top of Server Memory Statistics
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Allocated Memory.................:   219.6 MB
Cache Buffer Memory..............:   378.8 MB
Cache Moveable Memory............:     0.0 MB
Cache Non-moveable Memory........:     0.1 MB
Code Memory......................:    29.2 MB
Data Memory......................:    15.6 MB
Total Work Memory................:   643.2 MB
Other Cache Pages Memory.........:   386.3 MB
System Memory Under 4GB..........:   767.6 MB
Total Known Memory...............:   767.6 MB

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End of Server Memory Statistics
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
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End of file. [SYS:ETC\CRONTAB]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Net  0            Gateway 192.168.0.1  Metric 1 Passive

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\GATEWAYS]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
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#
# SYS:ETC\HOSTS
#
#    Mappings of host names and host aliases to IP address.
#
127.0.0.1        loopback lb localhost    # normal loopback address

#
# examples from Novell network
#
130.57.4.2    ta tahiti ta.novell.com loghost
130.57.6.40    osd-frog frog
130.57.6.144    sj-in5 in5
192.67.172.71    sj-in1 in1
192.168.0.10    myserver myserver.mynetwork.com
#
# interesting addresses on the Internet
#
192.67.67.20    sri-nic.arpa nic.ddn.mil nic
26.2.0.74    wsmr-simtel20.army.mil simtel20
192.168.0.1    mmrfw  mmrfw.mynetwork.com mynetwork.net

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\HOSTS]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\JAVA.CFG]
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JAVA_COMPILER=SymcJIT
JAVA_HOME=SYS:\JAVA
OSA_HOME=SYS:\JAVA
MGMT_HOME=SYS:\PUBLIC\MGMT
CLASSPATH=sys:\java\lib\rt.jar;sys:\java\lib\i18n.jar;sys:\java\classes;.
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\swing.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\jgl3.1.0.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$MGMT_HOME\ConsoleOne\1.2\help
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\servertop.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\jndi.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\njcl.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\lib\ucs.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWDir.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWSess.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWPrtQAdm.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWSockets.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWBind.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWVolAdm.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWSockets.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWBind.jar
CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH;$OSA_HOME\beans\NWVolAdm.jar
SERVLETCLASSPATH=\java\lib\rt.jar;sys:\java\lib\i18n.jar;\java\lib\servgate.jar
SERVLETCLASSPATH=$SERVLETCLASSPATH;\java\lib\jsdk.jar
SERVLETCLASSPATH=$SERVLETCLASSPATH;\java\servlets
SERVLETCLASSPATH=$SERVLETCLASSPATH;sys:/java/servlets/sqlcdsn/sqlcdsn.jar;sys:/java/servlets/sqlcdsn/sqlcjdbc.jar
SERVLETCLASSPATH=$SERVLETCLASSPATH;\java\lib\rt.jar;sys:\java\lib\i18n.jar;\java\lib\servgate.jar

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\JAVA.CFG]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
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#!VERSION=2.3
#!
#! --- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING -- WARNING ----
#! This file was created by the Internetworking Configuration Console.
#! It is intended to be modified ONLY by the configurator (INETCFG.NLM).
#! Tampering with this file may cause severe malfunctioning of the system.
#! The configurator will check for tampering and abort if it is detected.
#! -----------------------------------------------------------------------
#!
#!SERVERTYPE=NORMAL
#!
#!UIMODE=NORMAL
#!
#!BEGINGENLOAD
LOAD SNMP
LOAD BCALLSRV
#!END
#!
#!BEGINTSMLOAD
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=CHPTX NAME=CHPTX_1 STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1 DRVRTYPE=LAN VARIABLEPORTS=NO PORTPARAM=CHANNEL SLOT=10003
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!BEGINPORT NAME=CHPTX_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=ENABLED FRAMES=YES NUMLINKS=1 MEDIA=EtherTsm WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#Transferred from AUTOEXEC.NCF
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CHPTX NAME=CHPTX_1_E82 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2 SLOT=10003
#!REFCOUNT=1
LOAD CHPTX NAME=CHPTX_1_EII FRAME=ETHERNET_II SLOT=10003
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=WHSMAIO NAME=COMX1 STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=1 DRVRTYPE=CSL VARIABLEPORTS=YES PORTPARAM=N PORT=3F8 INT=4
#
#!BEGINEXTRA
LOAD AIOCOMX PORT=3F8 INT=4  NAME=COMX1
#
#!END
#!BEGINPORT NAME=COMX1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=UNCONFIGURED FRAMES=NO NUMLINKS=0 MEDIA=UNCONFIGURED WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#!PORTNLM=WHSMAIO CHANNEL=1 AIONAME=COMX1 AIOPORT=1
#
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINBOARD DRVR=WHSMAIO NAME=AIORCKT STATUS=ENABLED NUMPORTS=4 DRVRTYPE=CSL VARIABLEPORTS=YES PORTPARAM=N PCI PORT=1880 NPORTS=4
#
#!BEGINEXTRA
LOAD AIORCKT PCI PORT=1880 NPORTS=4  NAME=AIORCKT
#
#!END
#!BEGINPORT NAME=AIORCKT_1 NUMBER=1 STATUS=NWC FRAMES=NO NUMLINKS=0 MEDIA=UNCONFIGURED WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#!PORTNLM=WHSMAIO CHANNEL=1 AIONAME=AIORCKT AIOPORT=1
#
#!END
#!BEGINPORT NAME=AIORCKT_2 NUMBER=2 STATUS=NWC FRAMES=NO NUMLINKS=0 MEDIA=UNCONFIGURED WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#!PORTNLM=WHSMAIO CHANNEL=1 AIONAME=AIORCKT AIOPORT=2
#
#!END
#!BEGINPORT NAME=AIORCKT_3 NUMBER=3 STATUS=NWC FRAMES=NO NUMLINKS=0 MEDIA=UNCONFIGURED WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#!PORTNLM=WHSMAIO CHANNEL=1 AIONAME=AIORCKT AIOPORT=3
#
#!END
#!BEGINPORT NAME=AIORCKT_4 NUMBER=4 STATUS=NWC FRAMES=NO NUMLINKS=0 MEDIA=UNCONFIGURED WANFRAME=UNCONFIGURED
#!PORTNLM=WHSMAIO CHANNEL=1 AIONAME=AIORCKT AIOPORT=4
#
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=TCPIP STATUS=ENABLED
LOAD Tcpip RIP=Yes Static=Yes LoadSharing=No Forward=Yes
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IP CHPTX_1_EII ARP=Yes Mask=255.255.255.0 Address=192.168.0.10
#192.168.0.10
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINPROTO PROTO=IPX STATUS=ENABLED
SET Reply To Get Nearest Server=ON
#
LOAD IPXRTR ROUTING=NLSP CFGDIR=SYS:\ETC SEQ=1
#
LOAD IPXRTRNM SEQ=1
#
LOAD SPXCONFG Q=1 A=540 V=54 W=108 R=10 S=1000 I=1200
#
SET IPX NetBIOS Replication Option=1
#
SET Load Balance Local LAN=OFF
#
#!BEGINBIND STATUS=ENABLED
BIND IPX CHPTX_1_E82 NET=2
#2
#!END
#!END
#!
#!BEGINREMOTE
<Removed by Community Support>
LOAD RSPX
LOAD XCONSOLE s=2 e=500
#!END

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\NETINFO.CFG]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
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domain mynetwork.com
nameserver 192.168.0.1
nameserver 66.22.82.83

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End of file. [SYS:ETC\RESOLV.CFG]
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Top of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
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;  This is a sample of the slp configuration file.
;  Two types of entries can be made: 1) DA entries, 2) SA Register Filters.
;
;  The DA entry allows static configuration of a known DA.  This would be used
;  when the DA was out of multicast range and DHCP was not being used to
;  configure the DA.
;  The static DA configuration format is as follows 'DA <addr type>, <addr>'.
;  The first word must be "DA".  The addr type is the address type.  Currently, only
;  IPV4 has been defined.  IPV6 will be defined in the future.  The addr is
;  the address specified.  
;
;  The following is an example of a static DA.
;  DA IPV4, 130.1.1.1
;
;  The SA Register Filter would be used when the administrator wanted all services
;  of a specific service type being mapped to a single scope.  For example,
;  the administrator wanted all "lpr" printers being registered to scope "printer".
;  The format is as follows: 'REGISTER TYPE "<type name>" to SCOPE "<scope name>"'.
;  The parser will look for REGISTER, TYPE, and SCOPE as keywords followed by quote on
;  a single line.  Example:
;
;  REGISTER TYPE "lpr" to SCOPE "eng"
;
;  The last line must contain a line feed and char return.  A semi-colon specifies a
;  comment.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\SLP.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AutonomousSystem 0
Protocol rip on {
    Interface {
        Address 192.168.0.10
        Port CHPTX_1_EII
        Status on
        Cost 1
        Poison off
        SplitHorizon on
        UpdateTime 30
        GarbageTime 120
        ExpireTime 180
        OriginateDefault off
        Version ripI
        Mode normal
    }
}
Protocol egp off {
}
Protocol ospf off {
    Interface {
        Address 192.168.0.10
        Port CHPTX_1_EII
        Status on
        Cost 1
        AreaId 0.0.0.0
        Priority 1
        RetransmissionInterval 5
        TransitDelay 1
        HelloInterval 10
        RouterDeadInterval 40
        Nbma {
            PollInterval 120
            Neighbor {
            }
        }
    }
}
Interface {
    Address 192.168.0.10
    AddressMask 255.255.255.0
    Port CHPTX_1_EII
    Type lan
    RouterDiscovery no
    SolicitationAddress multicast
    NATStatus Disabled
    TOSStatus Disabled
    TOSValue 0
    ARPTimerStatus Disabled
    ARPCacheUpdateTimeout 300
    ARPCacheStaleTimeout 300
    GroupedInterface no
    PrimaryInterface no
    LBPolicy 0
    Arpable yes
    NetworkAddress 192.168.0.0
}
ForwardIPSourceRouting off
NATFiltering off
Deadgatewaydetection off {
}
LoadBalancing on {
    LBInterval 30
}
FaultTolerance on {
    FTInterval 2
    FTMinError 20
}

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\TCPIP.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:ETC\IPWAN.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
File size is 111168 bytes.
******************************************************************************
Server MYSERVER halted Friday, April 1, 2005  11:10:00.887 am
Abend 2 on P00: Server-5.00l: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code 00000000)

Registers:
    CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
    EAX = 00000000 EBX = D098F7E0 ECX = C61B7820 EDX = D7633C80
    ESI = 00000000 EDI = BB25F880 EBP = 000000FF ESP = B8DD1F60
    EIP = D0B21A91 FLAGS = 00010003
    D0B21A91 8B500C         MOV     EDX,[EAX+0C]=?
    EIP in FILESYS.NLM at code start +00059A91h
    Access Location: 0x0000000C

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
D0B21A91 8B500C         MOV     EDX,[EAX+0C]
D0B21A94 39D6           CMP     ESI,EDX
D0B21A96 7302           JNB     D0B21A9A
D0B21A98 89D6           MOV     ESI,EDX
D0B21A9A 8B00           MOV     EAX,[EAX]
D0B21A9C 3B4334         CMP     EAX,[EBX+34]
D0B21A9F 75F0           JNZ     D0B21A91
D0B21AA1 85ED           TEST    EBP,EBP
D0B21AA3 740C           JZ      D0B21AB1
D0B21AA5 8B5008         MOV     EDX,[EAX+08]



Running process: Server 54 Process
Created by: NetWare Application
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: B8DD1F88
OS Stack limit: B8DCA040
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 50500F0  (Waiting for work)
Stack: D32EE75C  (NCPIPX.NLM|IPXReplyCompletionCodeOnly+0)
       --B881BA00  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --D05F0970  ?
       -D05548CC  (FILESYS.NLM|TryRelQueueWTD+0)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000001  ?
       --C7AE6640  ?
       FC1088D1  (SERVER.NLM|StartWorkToDo+91)
       -D05548CC  (FILESYS.NLM|TryRelQueueWTD+0)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000001  ?
       --D0BB83C0  ?
       --00000000  ?
       FC007DD4  (SERVER.NLM|WorkerThread+94)
       -D05548CC  (FILESYS.NLM|TryRelQueueWTD+0)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --C7AE6640  ?
       FC01F9E2  (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+26)
       --C7AE6640  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --B8DCA000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       
   Stack dump exceeded the valid memory limit

******************************************************************************
Server MMYSERVER halted Friday, April 1, 2005   5:19:28.884 pm
Abend 3 on P00: Server-5.00l: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code 00000000)

Registers:
    CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
    EAX = B881BA00 EBX = 33333333 ECX = 00000000 EDX = D098F7E0
    ESI = D098F7E0 EDI = D098F7E0 EBP = D098F780 ESP = D059C8DC
    EIP = D0B25046 FLAGS = 00010206
    D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]=?
    EIP in FILESYS.NLM at code start +0005D046h
    Access Location: 0x3333333B

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]
D0B25049 39D6           CMP     ESI,EDX
D0B2504B 744E           JZ      D0B2509B
D0B2504D 89D3           MOV     EBX,EDX
D0B2504F EBF1           JMP     D0B25042
D0B25051 C7463000000000 MOV     [ESI+30],00000000
D0B25058 C7460C00000000 MOV     [ESI+0C],00000000
D0B2505F 5D             POP     EBP
D0B25060 5E             POP     ESI
D0B25061 5B             POP     EBX



Running process: Console Command Process
Created by: NetWare Application
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: D059C874
OS Stack limit: D0595040
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 5050030  (Blocked on Semaphore)
Stack: --D098F780  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       D0B20F04  (FILESYS.NLM|ResetStation+E8)
       --D098F7E0  ?
       --00000118  ?
       --D059C8FC  ?
       --B85B4040  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --CF494040  ?
       --B85B4040  ?
       --00000000  ?
       D1D31F0C  (QUEUE.NLM|CleanQ+138)
       --B85B4040  ?
       --000083AC  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000286  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --D059C954  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --D059C954  ?
       --00000015  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --D098F780  ?
       D096255C  (CONNMGR.NLM|LogoutConnection+110)
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --C20E06C0  (IPCLINFO.NLM|IPDHCPIsRasBoard+5920)
       --00000000  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000002  ?
       --D098F780  ?
       D09659D9  (CONNMGR.NLM|DeAllocateConnectionSlot+3E9)
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000097  ?
       C4195D13  (CSDBAPIB.NLM|CDASetASDBAPIInfo+2A1B)
       --0000007C  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --D059CA64  ?
       --B9CF7CC0  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --D0980202  (CONNMGR.NLM|WatchdogCurrentState+F9CE)
       D09655EB  (CONNMGR.NLM|ReturnAConnectionNumber+3B)
       --0000001F  ?
       --D098F780  ?
       --00000002  ?
       --D098F780  ?
       D1809070  (NCP.NLM|NCPKillStation+D0)
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000002  ?
       --00000066  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000001  ?
       D09637E8  (CONNMGR.NLM|KillStation2+54)
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000001  ?
       -FC5442A0  (SERVER.NLM|systemConsoleScreenStructure+0)
       --0000001F  ?
       D0963855  (CONNMGR.NLM|KillStation+11)
       --00000000  ?
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000000  ?
       FC0430DA  (SERVER.NLM|InternalStopServer+1D6)
       --0000001F  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --656C6946  ?
       --72657320  ?
       --20726576  ?
       --4B44494D  ?
       --20464649  ?
       --64207369  ?
       --2E6E776F  ?
       --6F432020  ?
       --63656E6E  ?
       --6E6F6974  ?
       --72657420  ?
       --616E696D  ?
       --2E646574  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000019  ?
       --00000019  ?
       --00000007  ?
       --00000001  ?
       --00000001  ?
       --D059CA40  ?
       --D059CA70  ?
       --D059CA84  ?
       --FCE17DE0  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --D059CA44  ?
       --00000001  ?
       --00000007  ?
       --FCE17DD2  ?
       -FC587449  (SERVER.NLM|scsCommandBuffer+5)
       --D059CAC5  ?
       --D059CAA4  ?
       FC042E78  (SERVER.NLM|DownCommandHandler+E0)
       
******************************************************************************
Server MYSERVER halted Tuesday, April 5, 2005  11:40:00.694 am
Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.00l: Page Fault Processor Exception (Error code 00000000)

Registers:
    CS = 0008 DS = 0010 ES = 0010 FS = 0010 GS = 0010 SS = 0010
    EAX = B9C2B540 EBX = 33333333 ECX = D05F0904 EDX = D05F0904
    ESI = C7DC97E0 EDI = CF04EC40 EBP = C7DC9780 ESP = C72BBF3C
    EIP = D0B25046 FLAGS = 00010006
    D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]=?
    EIP in FILESYS.NLM at code start +0005D046h
    Access Location: 0x3333333B

The violation occurred while processing the following instruction:
D0B25046 8B5308         MOV     EDX,[EBX+08]
D0B25049 39D6           CMP     ESI,EDX
D0B2504B 744E           JZ      D0B2509B
D0B2504D 89D3           MOV     EBX,EDX
D0B2504F EBF1           JMP     D0B25042
D0B25051 C7463000000000 MOV     [ESI+30],00000000
D0B25058 C7460C00000000 MOV     [ESI+0C],00000000
D0B2505F 5D             POP     EBP
D0B25060 5E             POP     ESI
D0B25061 5B             POP     EBX



Running process: Server 16 Process
Created by: NetWare Application
Thread Owned by NLM: SERVER.NLM
Stack pointer: C72BBF88
OS Stack limit: C72B4040
Scheduling priority: 67371008
Wait state: 50500F0  (Waiting for work)
Stack: --C7DC9780  ?
       --00000070  ?
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       D0B22ADA  (FILESYS.NLM|WakeStation+9A)
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       -D05549E4  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+30)
       CE709790  (NCPIP.NLM|ReplyKeepNoFragmentsWithStation+0)
       -CE71C6F0  (NCPIP.NLM|replyVector+0)
       --00000007  ?
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       D0B22A04  (FILESYS.NLM|wakestns+18)
       --00000000  ?
       D0B229E7  (FILESYS.NLM|cleardelay+7B)
       --C7DC97E0  ?
       D0B22A0A  (FILESYS.NLM|wakestns+1E)
       FC10A6CA  (SERVER.NLM|InitializeAESProcessManager+9A)
       -D05549E4  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+30)
       FC1088D1  (SERVER.NLM|StartWorkToDo+91)
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000005  ?
       --D0BA46A0  ?
       --D00E3210  ?
       FC007DD4  (SERVER.NLM|WorkerThread+94)
       -D05549EC  (FILESYS.NLM|StaRecordLockThresholdExceeded+38)
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --C3F44700  ?
       FC01F9E2  (SERVER.NLM|TcoNewSystemThreadEntryPoint+26)
       --C3F44700  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --00000000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --C72B4000  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       --33333333  ?
       
   Stack dump exceeded the valid memory limit

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\ABEND.LOG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# TimeSync.Cfg is now updated automatically,
# when changes are made on the System Console

# TIMESYNC Configuration Parameters

Configured Sources =      OFF
Polling Count =      3
Polling Interval =      600
Service Advertising =      ON
Synchronization Radius =      2000
Type =      SINGLE
NTP Client Port =      0

# TIMESYNC Configured time source list


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
#The Support Pack install has moved timesync configuration to sys:\system\timesync.cfg
 
SET BINDERY CONTEXT = O=MH
SET TIME ZONE = EST5EDT
SET DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME OFFSET = 1:00:00
SET START OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME = (APRIL SUNDAY FIRST  2:00:00 AM)
SET END OF DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME = (OCTOBER SUNDAY LAST  2:00:00 AM)


FILE SERVER NAME MYSERVER
SERVERID E7B63C5E
load conlog  maximum=100
SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\BIN
MOUNT VOL1:

LOAD SYS:PUBLIC\UTILS\TURBOF~1\600\TDIS600.NLM
SET CLIENT FILE CACHING ENABLED= OFF

;BSTART.NCF
;REM SQLC.NCF

SYS:ETC\INITSYS.NCF
LOAD PSERVER .MYSERVER_REMOTE.MH

SEARCH ADD SYS:\JAVA\NWGFX
;SYS:\SYSTEM\NMA\NMA5.NCF
load nile.nlm
load httpstk.nlm /SSL /keyfile:"SSL CertificateIP"
load portal.nlm
;NSALOAD
LOAD NICISDI.XLM s
LOAD SASDFM.XLM
LOAD SAS.NLM
LOAD PKI.NLM
NSWEB
LOAD SPXS
<Removed by Community Support>
;STARTX.NCF

LOAD NLDAP.NLM

GRPWISE.NCF
STRTWEB5

SEARCH ADD SYS:\PWRCHUTE
LOAD AIO
LOAD SYS:\PWRCHUTE\PWRCHUTE SYS:\PWRCHUTE
LOAD DHCPSRVR

;###### Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition SECTION START #######
;# Do not modify this section
LOAD VPSTART.NLM
;###### Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition SECTION END  #######

ASTART

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [SYS:SYSTEM\AUTOEXEC.NCF]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [C:\CONFIG.SYS]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Files=30
Buffers=30
Lastdrive=Z

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:\CONFIG.SYS]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C:
CD \NWSERVER
SERVER

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT]
******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************
Top of file. [C:\NWSERVER\STARTUP.NCF]
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LOAD MPS14.PSM
LOAD SCSIHD.CDM
LOAD MEGA4_XX.HAM SLOT=1
LOAD SYM_U3NW.HAM SLOT=10007

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End of file. [C:\NWSERVER\STARTUP.NCF]
******************************************************************************
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PsiCopCommented:
I was trying to interpret the version string in the ABEND logfile - like I said, I might be wrong. Also, since you're still running an EOLed version of GroupWise, not to mention still using IPX for NCP communications, it wouldn't be shocking if you were using an EOLed version of NetWare. Guesswork like that is what we have to resort to when we don't have all the facts.

Yep, you're right ShineOn, SP6a was the last one for NetWare v5.0. Bad day for off-the-top-of-my-head remembering.

No, I am NOT suggesting that you try TABS on a system without IPX. That is NOT what I said.

What I said that there is probably no reason to use IPX for NCP communications. So while the workstation would still have an IPX protocol stack loaded, there may not be any reason to bind IPX to the Novell Client 32 installation. Novell Client 32, and the GroupWise Client, can both use TCP/IP natively. TABS on the workstation would still have access to IPX, what I'm suggesting is to get everything else off of IPX. Certainly make troubleshooting easier.

In any case, you should insure that only ONE protocol stack - either TCP/IP or IPX - is bound to Novell Client 32. Don't bind both. That causes problems (altho generally not ABENDs, so its tangential to your other problem).

Note that if you did move towards TCP/IP, you'd probably need to configure SLP - doesn't seem to be set up.

Novell TID #10059126 (http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10059126.htm) describes a v5.1 server experiencing random crashes. The fix was to recopy SERVER.EXE to C:\NWSERVER. It won't hurt to try that.

Where is the SWAP file located? Your SYS: Volume is relatively low on space (< 2GB remaining on a 9 GB Volume) - I'd be sure it was moved to the other Volume.

Are you loading NSWEB to support GroupWise Web Access? Seems like a lot piled on this box. What is the % of RAM as cache when it starts up?

I hate INETCFG and INITSYS.NCF - its so braindead. What possible reason is there for turning IP Forwarding on? Why is IPXRTR being loaded? I shoulda found the developer who wrote INETCFG when I was at BrainShare and dope-slapped him. Mebbe next year.

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PsiCopCommented:
If you do recopy SERVER.EXE, be sure to use the one from NetWare v5.1 SP8 and not the one from the original install media.

My questions concerning INETCFG/INITSYS were rhetorical.
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your suggestions - I will indeed try to unbind the protocols this evening and see what effec that has on tabs (kinda bad to have to do this to 55+ workstatsion though....)

I belive the % cache is around 57% once system first starts and fluctuates between 46% - 57% afterwards.  Will check after rebooting this evening....

While your questions were rhetorical - I do happen to agree with you.

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s1224gAuthor Commented:
OK - so some more info.  ShinOn - your comment about TABS is rather interesting - especially when I come out to shiutdown and restart the server due to the critical error I posted above and come to find out that although all the users have shutdown and turned off their systems - on user still shows that she has a slew of tabs files open.

Now that I think about it - this is usually the case.  Sometimes other files are shown open as well - but I think that there is always a user shown as having TABS files open even if their systems are shutdown after an abend has occurred on the server.  Does this sound like it may somehow point to TABS being a problem?

Thanks!
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ShineOnCommented:
It sure does.   Is this usually the same user?  If so, check to see if that one slipped through the cracks and has caching on in the client.  Even though you turned off oplocks at the server, I have found oplocks left on on the client sometimes defeats the purpose so to speak.   Also, check the client version - make sure you have 4.90SP2 with all the latest post-sp2 patches (I think it's post SP2 update D.)  Also, since you have SP8, you should have the level 2 oplocks set command available.  If I remember right on that, you should set that off, too: SET LEVEL 2 OPLOCKS ENABLED = OFF

One thing with running dual protocols is that the client tends to connect with one protocol, and if it loses that connection momentarily might reconnect with the other.  What I'd suggest seeing you're saddled with that POS, TABS, contrary to what PsiCop suggested, would be to unbind IP from the client, since client-server mode GroupWise should connect fine without NCP over IP.

I'm checking to see what else there might be from what I remember of dealing with TABS.  I'm not familiar with the TurboFAT disabler, or at least don't remember it.  What is it supposed to do for TABS and what might it be doing to harm the other processes?

Psi also has a good point about how much you're doing on that server.  Very ambitious for 5.1.  
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ShineOnCommented:
You might want to try pitching NetWare Small Business Suite 6.5 to TPTB - it'd be an ideal fit for you, and you'd be able to have a separate server for GroupWise, BorderManager, general file & print and that horror, TABS.
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ShineOnCommented:
The main benefit of having those four separate servers include:
 1) You segregate email from everything else, which in a law firm is a mission-critical app.
 2) You segregate your Internet-facing server from all the rest
 3) You segregate file & print from everything else, so the legal sec'ys never have to stop typing and printing up those pleadings.
 4) You segregate the POS TABS from everything else, so if it goes down or crashes the server, nothing else is affected.

Plus, with SBS you get ZENworks (ZFD 4.01).  That alone makes it worth it.  And, if you have any Windoze servers in the mix, you get the DirXML starter pack to keep the identities in sync and the Redmond virus in check.
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
ShineOn -

You would think that in talking with Novell sales they would have mentioned that nice little deal with the SBS server - but no - not them - they really wanted to sell the Enterprise Server and Groupwise products seperately.  The above sounds terrific - and it is just exactly what I had recommended (splitting apart the services to seperate servers).

I made some changes to the file and record locking settings on the server based on some other documentation I ran across - but for less than half of what we thought it would be we can install the latest Netware and put tabs on its own system and hopefully resolve this whole mess!!!!!

As to the user - no it is not the same one - I will start tracking which ones they are, but I don't beleive that it is any particular group.  The main problems I have with TABS support is every time I call about this problem they have told me to load the latest netware client - which NEVER has resolved the problem and takes quite a bit of time to deploy across 55 systems (of course ZFD should make that somewhat easier).

I will keep all posted on how things run tomorrow and thanks for all your help so far.  I will get pricing together for a pitch in the direction of Netware SBS 6.5 as well.

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s1224gAuthor Commented:
Update for all:

Took some time yesterday to go through all the details of the settings on the server.  While doing so I found where the max file locks were set way up - 200,000 (I think they are supposed to be at 20,000 for our type of setup).  I lowered those settings to 50,000 (kept them high due to the number of files Groupwise uses as well as the high and increased record locks to 100,000.  

My gut is telling me that it is a locking issue with the system.  So far the system has been up for 1 day and almost 16 hours with no errors as of yet.

ShineOn.  I took your suggestions to the higher ups and they have agreed to put in a couple of new servers and upgrade the Netware 6.5 SBS which is terrific.  Now we just have to find room for them all.  One last question in regards to the new setup.  Does Zenworks in any way allow dynamic account creation for netware users under windows XP?  User and password management is such a pain in the you know what when we have to create a local XP account as well as a netware account.

Thanks for all your help!
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ShineOnCommented:
>> Does Zenworks in any way allow dynamic account creation for netware users under windows XP?

Yes.  It's called "Dynamic Local User" - DLU for short.  You can set it up to create the user, give it whatever privilege level you want, delete it after they log out(or not), delete them after a length of time passes without the local ID being used, and you can set it so if a local account already exists, DLU will take over and manage it, among other nifty things.

One caveat:  if there ever is a plan to use Windoze domain authentication rather than having the PC's all members of "workgroup" then DLU must be disabled, because the user will be logging into their domain account, not their local account.  In that scenario, you let the Domain authentication do its thing, and synch the users/passwords with DirXML (now known as Nsure Identity Manager.)
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all your help.  I *should* be able to close this out by tomorrow.  If anything new develops I will post it by then - but the suggestion to split the servers and the pointer to the latest Netware SBS product seems to have sealed the deal with management.

Thank You.
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PsiCopCommented:
Yep...and note that unlike the other "SBS" product on market, you are not limited to one physical server with NetWare SBS. You can have up to five. Also, NetWare v6.5 SBS ships with a 2-node Cluster Services license *included*. If you have the hardware for shared disk media, you can set up a 2-node cluster, out-of-the-box, no additional charge.

Generally, most Novell products these days are licensed per named user ID...the # of physical servers is largely irrelevant (SBS with a limitation of 5 is an exception).

As you migrate, consider these "best practice" bits of advice:

1) As ShineOn mentioned, its good to separate servers that talk directly to the Internet - GroupWise Web Access, GroupWise Internet Agent - from servers that do not talk directly to the Internet; and have a firewall between them that limits to traffic from the DMZ into the interior (BorderManager should be sufficient)

2) GroupWise Best Practice (BP) is that agents like GWWA and GWIA should reside in their own Secondary Domain, not in the Primary Domain.

3) Also, the GroupWise guys at BrainShare were quite emphatic that agents like GWWA and GWIA should reside on the same physical server that hosts the MTA and Domain in which they reside. So your Internet-facing GroupWise server should (optimally) have the GWWA, GWIA and the MTA for their Secondary Domain. Its really best that GWWA and GWIA reside on separate physical servers in separate GroupWise Secondary Domains, but I suspect that's overkill for your environment.

4) If you support IMAP (or POP) on the GWIA, be sure to limit it to SSL-secured IMAP (or POP). GWIA supports both protocols, and both unsecured and SSL-secured for each one. As a law firm, its my opinion that you should only support SSL-secured. While the POA supports IMAP, I wouldn't expose that to the Internet - defeats the purpose of 1)

5) Novell has released SP3 for NetWare v6.5 - it basically takes NetWare and turns it into OES with a NetWare kernel. I was playing with it today - its neat to have a bash shell on a NetWare server, and a lot of basic *NIX shell commands work fine. Even has "vi". Anyway, when you are moving to your new environment, be sure to install NetWare from the Support Pack 3 Overlay version of the media (download from the Novell Support website and burn to CD). No sense istalling from the base media that Novell ships and then having to apply the latest SP.

6) As ShineOn noted, yes, ZENworks includes DLU for creating users and applying policy packages on the fly. When you get it, if you take some time to play with it, you'll find that DLU is just scratching the surface of ZEN's capabilities. It does a LOT more.
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ShineOnCommented:
Another benefit of being able to have up to 5 servers is that you can have the recommended three eDirectory replicas (1 master and  2 read/write) for Best Practices for eDirectory fault-tolerance.
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s1224gAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all your help!  We ordered the servers and they are on the way - did I mention that I got a killer deal from Dell?  

The new setup will have TABS on the current "older" server w/ 800MB RAM and 72GB HDD.  Groupwise will go on its own system - DUAL XEON 3.0 w/ 2GB MEM AND 146GB HARD DRIVE and the current File/Print/Backup services will go on a twin of tthe Groupwise Server.  Bordermanager is already on a fairly decent system and will simply be upgraded to the latest version.

TPTB are still not positive about staying with Netware - but this solution is at least $5000.00 cheaper than a comparable Microsoft setup - so I think this is where we are going to ultimately end up...

All in all it seesm that changing the record and file locks definately settled the problem down - but today we abended again.  In reading the log it would seem that we once again ran out of record locks (which I believe I have set at least at 100,000).  Anyway I suspect that it is related to TABS as it is Monday morning and usually everyone is in the office and trying to enter time in.  Isolating the pieces of the network will greatly help control this problem.

I have found both of you - PsiCop and ShinOn - to be immensely helpful.  Do you have any problems with me splitting the points on this issue?

Thanks!



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ShineOnCommented:
Nah.  It's not about points any more for either of us. (I remember PsiCop saying that a couple of times, anyway.)  We get our jollies from having the right answer, or at least helping to find it. ;)

Hope you don't have problems with Dell support.  I find it to kinda suck, and used to prefer Compaq when it was Compaq, and actually lean toward IBM these days, for quality of support.

If Dell would get their heads outa their butts and realize that when folx buy servers they expect to be treated like IT professionals when they're looking for support, not like home-use consumer "<x> for Dummies" type people.
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PsiCopCommented:
Split was fine by me.
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