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getpmac should reveal whether this is the case. Should I specify dev=allkmem >(or kmem) on pmemtest's command line? So subsequent to installing patch 108528-14 or later (and equivalents back to Solaris 2.6) you'll find /dev/kmem and /dev/allkmem. /dev/allkmem is equivalent to the old /dev/kmem and gives access to all Geis > > Previous message: Weird behavior with /dev/mem Next message: Weird behavior with /dev/mem Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More Check This Out

Topic Forum Directory >‎ IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) >‎ Forum: IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) General Discussion >‎ Topic: UNIX OS Agent on Solaris 10 zone 1 reply Latest Post - ‏2006-04-24T04:11:38Z Actually, I only discovered that postpatch didn't execute because of lsof's complaint. PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings and then refresh this page. . And, as a matter of fact, the error is user-agnostic.

We already know that when we add Solaris 10. How to get Motif-style sroll-bar on xterm 9. Problem summary I am running SAP installation test on DB2 V9.5 FP2 (s080709) with Sun X86 on a local zone. Are you using kdm/xdm to log in, or using startx?

Should one use it with pmemtest? Submit feedback to IBM Support 1-800-IBM-7378 (USA) Directory of worldwide contacts Contact Privacy Terms of use Accessibility Very Computer Board index Solaris What is allkmem? My accountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Nmap Security Scanner Intro Ref Guide Install Guide Download Changelog Book Docs Security Lists Nmap Announce Nmap Dev Bugtraq Full by Vic Abe » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 00:13:09 >>Actually, I only discovered that postpatch didn't execute >>because of lsof's complaint.

Password Home Search Forums Register Forum RulesMan PagesUnix Commands Linux Commands FAQ Members Today's Posts UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers This forum is closed for new posts. When I tried db2osconf, it failed: sapsx2:db2sx1 5% db2osconf kopen: cannot stat /dev/kmem kvm_open: No such file or directory Error: Failed to get kernel parameters Problem conclusion The fix should provide Should one use it with pmemtest? I have logged a PMR; but they have not answered whether the UNIX OS Agent will work in a zone or just on the global Any ideas ???

What is it >>needed for? >allkmem has all device mappings; it MUST not be read by progams >because you can inadvertently read device registers that way, possibly >crashing your system. >>When allkmem has all device mappings; it MUST not be read by progams because you can inadvertently read device registers that way, possibly crashing your system. Am I the first one to try the assembler example from the Sun docs ? 4. Using SSH with IPChains - one answer, one question 13.

In fact AIUI lsof has now been patched so it understands /dev/kmem and /dev/allkmem - Vic, are you out there? https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=110258 Check the permissions on (say) top; if it's setgid kmem, then kmem/mem will have to be group kmem, or else world read, for it to work. All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. This I went about .

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When I tried db2osconf, it failed: sapsx2:db2sx1 5% db2osconf kopen: cannot stat /dev/kmem kvm_open: No such file or directory Error: Failed to get kernel parameters The fix should also provide traditional Has anyone had any experience with getting the UNIX OS Agent running in a zone on Solaris 10. Basically, anything (such as, but *not limited to* lsof; there have been instances triggered by mdb as well) that accesses /dev/kmem can find itself accessing mapped I/O space. this contact form What is it needed for?

A stupid one, to be sure, because it alerted you to the problem, but I'm sure Sturgeon's Law is true of crackers too. I know what it is. No spaces please The Profile Name is already in use Password Notify me of new activity in this group: Real Time Daily Never Keep me informed of the latest: White Papers

That is why we added the technote and status that db2osconf will not work in the local zone.

All rights reserved. So lsof and /kvm_open() may jointly report: lsof: cannot stat /dev/allkmem lsof: kvm_open (namelist=default, core=default): No such file or directory The first error message really comes from kvm_open() (because It's something with mac, because X is run > with /usr/sbin/setpmac mls/equal. (tests) Yep, that's it. > > Ok, rwatson, it's all your fault. Instead, just "su" to root, and then lsof.

for some reason, I can't stat /dev/mem under syscons! > > > > > > You didn't mount that filesystem nosuid, did you? > > No. Check your backups and see what group owned them there. Should one use it with pmemtest? http://culturahq.com/cannot-stat/cannot-stat-ath-pci-ko.html With MLS enabled, /dev/kmem and /dev/mem are labeled as mls/high since they potentially hold state associated with processes and objects with high labels.

regards Sagar Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity. Should one use it with pmemtest? Whereas when you log in using login(1) login, your label is set properly. If lsof is installed on /usr/local/bin then, chown root:sys /usr/local/bin/lsof chmod u+s /usr/local/bin/lsof anyone will be able to run lsof ...

Attempting to read some I/O device registers in what is effectively an uncontrolled fashion can cause devices on the I/O bus to time out, causing hangs or panics. Temporary fix Comments APAR Information APAR numberIZ29132 Reported component nameDB2 UDB ESE SOL Reported component ID5765F4102 Reported release950 StatusCLOSED PER PENoPE HIPERNoHIPER Special AttentionNoSpecatt Submitted date2008-08-06 Closed date2009-05-29 Last modified date2009-05-29 UNIX & Linux Forums > Top Forums > UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Member Name Remember Me? You > can use any of these devices to examine and modify the sys- > tem. >> Actually, I only discovered that postpatch didn't execute >> because

I updated my system today (October 31), and now I can't > >>list routes from syscons. by Ale Vese » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 22:24:12 Hi all, after an adventurous install of patch 108528-17 (somehow the postpatch script's 'x' flags were not extracted from the jar) I At least on any system I've ever looked at, which I mercifully has not included Solaris yet.


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