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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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#include <InterViews/box.h> DESCRIPTION
A box is a scene of interactors that are tiled side-by-side in the available space. Interactors are placed left-to-right in a horizontal box, and top-to-bottom in a vertical box. A box will try to stretch or shrink the interactors inside it to fit the available space. The natural size of a box is the sum of its ele- ments along the major axis, and the maximum along its minor axis. A box's stretchability (shrinkability) is the sum of its elements along its major axis and the minimum of its elements along its minor axis. PUBLIC OPERATIONS
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