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Operating Systems Solaris Solaris 9.0 (x86 on AMD Opteron) reboots after i FTP through Telnet Post 302140674 by jsvarma on Monday 15th of October 2007 10:03:43 AM
Old 10-15-2007
Solaris 9.0 (x86 on AMD Opteron) reboots after i FTP through Telnet

Hi All,
I have installed Solaris 9 on on an AMD Opteron based server.

The server is rebooting after i perform the following:

- Logon to Solaris 9 AMD box through telnet or putty
- ftp to any other box suppose box A where the FTP server is running
- After logging in to the box A through FTP , just make ls or any operation like mget and mput , This is rebooting the Solaris 9 AMD box .
But if we do the same operation after logging to Solaris 9 AMD box through Xmanager , there is no problem at all .

Can somebody suggest why i get the reboot only when i telnet. Is there some way i can avoid it.

Regards
Jagdish S Varma
 

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BBSTORED.CONF(5)						    Box Backup							  BBSTORED.CONF(5)

NAME
bbstored.conf - Box Backup store daemon configuration file SYNOPSIS
/etc/box/bbstored.conf DESCRIPTION
The following configuration options are valid: RaidFileConf Specifies the path to the raidfile.conf(5). This is normally /etc/box/raidfile.conf. AccountDatabase Specifies the path to the account database created by bbstoreaccounts(8). This is usually /etc/box/bbstored/accounts.txt. ExtendedLogging Specifies whether extended logging should be enabled to show what commands are being received from clients. TimeBetweenHousekeeping How long between scanning for files which need deleting. Server These options relate to the actual daemon..PP PidFile The location of the pidfile, where the daemon's process ID is kept. User The user to run as. ListenAddresses The interface addresses to listen on. Hostnames may be used instead of IP addresses. The format is: inet:hostname or inet:10.0.0.1. CertificateFile The path to the server's public certificate. PrivateKeyFile The path to the server's private key. This should only be readable by root and/or the User. TrustedCAsFile The Certificate Authority created by bbstored-certs(8). EXAMPLES
The following is an example bbstored.conf: RaidFileConf = /etc/box/raidfile.conf AccountDatabase = /etc/box/bbstored/accounts.txt TimeBetweenHousekeeping = 900 Server { PidFile = /var/run/bbstored.pid User = _bbstored ListenAddresses = inet:server.example.com CertificateFile = /etc/box/bbstored/server.example.com-cert.pem PrivateKeyFile = /etc/box/bbstored/server.example.com-key.pem TrustedCAsFile = /etc/box/bbstored/clientCA.pem } FILES
/etc/box/bbstored.conf SEE ALSO
bbstored(8), bbstored-config(8), raidfile-config(8) AUTHORS
Ben Summers Per Thomsen James O'Gorman Box Backup 0.11 10/28/2011 BBSTORED.CONF(5)

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