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Posted By rahul72
Hello friends, Thank you very much to all...
Hello friends,

Thank you very much to all who replied to my question. We could able to solve the problem. It was /bin/login problem. We copied the /bin/login file from similar type of other server...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 08-07-2002
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Posted By rahul72
Thanx for the ans. The null writting over utmp...
Thanx for the ans. The null writting over utmp and wtmp has already done. Also the space has been made on the root file system. Still the problem persist.

Regards,
Rahul
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 08-06-2002
9,160
Posted By rahul72
root partition was full and problem start
We have SunOS 5.7 m/c. Following is the situation and problem what we are facing -

- The root partition was full.
- No login was possible on server (not from console also)
- M/c was power...
3,136
Posted By rahul72
root partition full and problem start
We have SunOS 5.7 m/c. Following is the situation and problem what we are facing -

- The root partition was full.
- No login was possible on server (not from console also)
- M/c was power...
Forum: IP Networking 08-05-2002
3,136
Posted By rahul72
Limit crossing question will arise only when...
Limit crossing question will arise only when there is atleast a telnet session. Not a single session possible.

Raul
Forum: IP Networking 08-02-2002
3,136
Posted By rahul72
telnet problem
Hello friends,

The problem is that we have one SunOS5.7 server, while attempting telnet to that server following error is occured -

ld.so.1: login: fatal: libc.so.1: open failed: Too many open...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 08-02-2002
2,324
Posted By rahul72
telnet problem
Hello friends,

The problem is that we have one SunOS5.7 server, while attempting telnet to that server following error is occured -

ld.so.1: login: fatal: libc.so.1: open failed: Too many open...
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