If you know how to analise Sniffer output, try using one in your NIS network interface card. Maybe you can see if you have too many bad requests, or NFS failures. If you use solaris box, there's a sniffer called snoop. It can be helpfull.
I just ran an application that crashed... but before it did, it managed to set readline echo off, and probably a bunch of other settings.
Is there any way I can just tell my shell to re-initialize? To get back to whatever state existed before my shell got messed up by this evil program? (2 Replies)
I have a strange problem with the FTP server on AIX 5.2. During the busiest time of the day, we get intermittent connection failures or timeouts connecting to the ftp server. The only thing clue that I can find is that daemon log shows the following message:
ftpd: /bin/ls: Resource temporarily... (2 Replies)
I have changed my machine name from A202 to B205. All I modified was /etc/hosts, /etc/nodename, hostname.ce0, /etc/net/<stuff needed to change>. But for some reason now NIS does not work. This is not the NIS server. When I telnet in I get "No directory! Logging in with home=/" when I... (4 Replies)