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SCO network Failed after being run for 30 mins - SCO

Dear All, I just set up a new server running SCO OSR 5.0.4 using 3com 905c ethernet card. After the server started to run it could only survive for 30 mins and below is the output from netstat -am. (stune is also given below) streams allocation: config alloc free total max fail stream 3716 107 3609 217809 117 0 queues 566 223 343 435643 244 0 mblks 29967 29861 106 2323488 29863 0 buffer headers 29882 29830 52 338986 29846 0 class 1, 64 bytes 29602 29601 1 2001316 29602 1167387 class 2, 128 bytes 23 23 0 2762 24 ...

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    Default SCO network Failed after being run for 30 mins

    Dear All,

    I just set up a new server running SCO OSR 5.0.4 using 3com 905c
    ethernet card. After the server started to run it could only survive
    for 30 mins and below is the output from netstat -am. (stune is also
    given below)

    streams allocation:
    config alloc free total max
    fail
    stream 3716 107 3609 217809 117
    0
    queues 566 223 343 435643 244
    0
    mblks 29967 29861 106 2323488 29863
    0
    buffer headers 29882 29830 52 338986 29846
    0
    class 1, 64 bytes 29602 29601 1 2001316 29602
    1167387
    class 2, 128 bytes 23 23 0 2762 24
    0
    class 3, 256 bytes 8 8 0 4020 13
    74391
    class 4, 512 bytes 6 6 0 84 7
    0
    class 5, 1024 bytes 0 0 0 3296 8
    0
    class 6, 2048 bytes 137 137 0 159 137
    20887
    class 7, 4096 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    class 8, 8192 bytes 0 0 0 1666 1
    8
    class 9, 16384 bytes 0 0 0 2 1
    0
    class 10, 32768 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    class 11, 65536 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    class 12, 131072 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    class 13, 262144 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    class 14, 524288 bytes 0 0 0 0 0
    0
    total configured streams memory: 4000.00KB
    streams memory in use: 3319.01KB
    maximum streams memory used: 3355.23KB

    inet mblk cache: 256 = 0, 2048 = 97, 4096 = 0

    networking allocation:
    type alloc max fail
    socket 76 85 0
    rawcb 0 1 0
    inpcb 61 68 0
    tcpcb 31 32 0
    ifnet 6 6 0
    route 18 22 0
    ifaddr 3 3 0
    ipfrag 0 0 0
    sockaddr 152 170 0
    iovec 0 0 0
    moptions 0 0 0
    ipmaddr 3 3 0
    arpinfo 1 5 0
    mbcl 0 0 0
    ppp 0 0 0
    usock 27 29 0

    --------------------- stune start----------------------
    NODE "myserv"
    EVDEVS 80
    EVQUEUES 72
    FLCKREC 400
    GPGSHI 300
    GPGSLO 160
    MAXBUF 16000
    MAXFC 8
    MAXUP 1000
    MSGMAP 3200
    MSGMAX 512
    MSGMNB 60000
    MSGMNI 8
    MSGSEG 6400
    MSGSSZ 16
    MSGTQL 150
    NBLK256 2048
    NBLK4096 2048
    NBUF 6324
    NCALL 150
    NCLIST 120
    NFILE 1200
    NHBUF 2048
    NHINODE 1024
    NINODE 1200
    NOFILES 1200
    NPBUF 60
    NPROC 3000
    NQUEUE 4096
    NREGION 900
    NS5INODE 100
    NSPTTYS 64
    NSTREAM 3712
    NSTREVENT 8192
    NUMSP 256
    NUMTIM 1040
    NUMTRW 1040
    SECCLEARID 1
    SECLUID 0
    SECSTOPIO 1
    SEMMNI 20
    SEMMNS 64
    SEMMNU 100
    SEMMSL 60
    SEMOPM 10
    SEMUME 10
    SEMVMX 32767
    STRMSGSZ 32767
    TTHOG 4096
    NSTRPAGES 1000
    ----------------------------- stune end ----------------

    Please give me some advice of how to cope with this problem.
    Thanks you very much.

    Chalawal
    Chalawal Guest

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    Default Re: SCO network Failed after being run for 30 mins

    In article <google.com>,
    Chalawal Maliwan <com> wrote: 
     

    How about any error messages? Those would help. Does the system
    just totally lock up and you need to reboot? I think most who can
    help you would like a few more details.

    Bill
    --
    Bill Vermillion - bv wjv . com
    Bill Guest

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    Default Re: SCO network Failed after being run for 30 mins

    Bill Vermillion wrote: 
    >

    >
    >
    > How about any error messages? Those would help. Does the system
    > just totally lock up and you need to reboot? I think most who can
    > help you would like a few more details.
    >
    > Bill[/ref]

    mmm...

    Something like this happened to me once on an OpenServer install - I
    think it was 505 - except it would goes a couple of days before some
    sort of error popped up complaining about something.

    I installed some sort of patch and it went away.

    damn i crack myself up sometimes.

    /dev/null Guest

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